We just visited Stratton this MLK weekend and when it was lunchtime we decided to walk into the village instead of eating at the lodge. We tried for a table at Mulligan's but were informed it was a 1.5 hour wait and given the alternative to eat downstairs at the Green Door Pub. It's entrance bars admittance to minors, probably a good idea. It's a pub for certain, with excellent food! We had a kale & quinoa salad, a burger, and a shredded buffalo chicken sandwich. All our food was amazing and quickly served. It was down a winding staircase so it was interesting to walk down in ski boots. I can't imagine anyone drunk could navigate the steps, but I'm a novice (skier not drinker).
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