food & drink
Food for the Hungry Traveler
We call it, American Comfort Food with a twist. The twist is the creativity Chef Miguel brings to each item on the menu. What you will find is an approachable and familiar selection of delicious items prepared with integrity and care. Our menu changes seasonally.
Drink for the Thirsty Traveler
Nothing compares to one of Otis’ unique cocktails. Every mixer is freshly made, fruits are house-dried, and liquor is chosen carefully to meet our standards. We have an excellent beer list (local and further afield) and wines that will satisfy.
Our name is more than an address. The station, built in 1872, was once the most important in Central Vermont bringing passengers from as far away as Ogdensburg, New York and Portland, Marine. Prized Green Mountain lumber made its way through Morrisville on freight trains that hooked up to other rails heading every which way throughout the U.S.
As early as 1884 the 24 by 55 foot Depot Restaurant was added to the station. Our bar space has been a communal dining area for over 150 years and the current seating area was once the station’s platform. The original ticket window is where it has always been on the platform.
Trains have not passed by the station since 1994, but in 2014 the rails were given new life. Now, bikers, hikers, skiers, walkers, runners, and snowmobilers can find their way to 10 Railroad Street on the Lamoille Valley Rail Trail.