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The dining vibe here is delicious, diverse, nourishing, and indulgent.

Imagine it. A food scene of eclectic culinary artistry, nestled in a wooded river valley.

Randolph’s hidden gems are quickly being discovered — and not just the James Beard Foundation, who gave the Best Chef Award for the Northeast to Saap Restaurant's chef-owner Nisachon (Rung) Morgan in 2022.

Cocktail enthusiasts are flocking to One Main Tap & Grill with its full bar and plenty of cold beer on tap for those who prefer a brew, and Short Notice to enjoy their tapas-style small plates and signature drinks. 

Small town Vermont dining doesn't get cozier, nor more abundant in its diversity of cuisines.

Within just a few blocks, the food options you'll find include fusion, Italian, Northern Thai, Mexican, Chinese, and American.

There's a popular ice cream window in the summertime, and plenty pouring of piping hot beverages in the winters.

What's more, dining in Randolph is an immersive experience interwoven with artistic expression. Most of the town’s restaurants double as visual art galleries, live music venues, or both. 

Here are a few categories of Randolph's restaurants, cafes, bars, bakeries, and more. 

See full alphabetical list of dining options at bottom.

  • Globally Inspired

    - Saap Thai (James Beard Award winner)
    Bent Hill (uniquely meatless menu)
    - Tacocat Cantina (casual street tacos)
    East Garden (Chinese takeout)

    Saap Reservations
  • Morning Munchies

    - Wee Bird Bagel Cafe (best bagels ever)
    - Wit & Grit (breakfast and lunch classics with unique style)
    - Windy Lane Bakehouse (freshly baked sweets)
    Valley Bowl (classic bowling alley breakfast)

    Order Bagels To Go
  • Local Gems

    Short Notice (tapas-style small plates)
    Chef's Market (sandwiches & specialty groceries)
    - One Main Tap & Grill (locally inspired cuisine)
    The Forge (American bar & grill)

    Short Notice's Menu