We were here off-season on a Fall Foliage tour and Mulligans was the only restaurant we found open for breakfast and dinner. They did an exceptional job of accommodating large groups (like 2 tour bus-loads of us hitting at the same time). Since table seating was at a premium, we grabbed a couple of their 'cowhide' covered stools at the bar. They had about 20 beers on tap and a decent selection of wine. Our bartender was efficient and friendly, she even gave us a couple beer 'tasters'. I decided on a Trapp pilsner made by descendents of the Von Trapp family, famous for escaping from Austria during WWII. It tasted like authentic Tyrolean/Bavarian biers should. We noticed a huge spigotted glass container filled with veggies & vodka? sitting on the bar. I guess it's used for Mulligans specialty drink, Infused Bloody Marys.
The pot roast dinner I ordered had large, tender chunks of braised roast beef, real mashed potatoes, gravy and al-dente whole green beans. My friend got Mulligan's The Little Pig - wood-fired flat bread topped with pulled pork, bacon, jack & cheddar cheeses with maple BBQ sauce. Their apple crisp was also delicious, it came warm and topped with both whipped cream and ice cream. The next morning their buffet contained a good variety of breakfast items, I liked the bacon and pancakes the best. Mulligans prices did not seem grossly over-priced; but then I expect to pay ski-resort prices when vacationing in an upscale, premier ski resort village like Stratton Mtn. advertises.
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