Killington Night Life Guide
presented by KBL Ed
Wobbly Barn : Great steakhouse downstairs. World-famous happy hour upstairs. Various cover bands on weekend nights, that can range from 70's "soul/funk" reviews to "alternative". Click on their logo to find their calendar.
Pickle Barrel : Good happy hour here. Frequently has free food for happy hour. Better known for its bands at night. An "alternative" cover band downstairs, and usually an acoustic band upstairs in the Crow's Nest. Slightly younger crowd, though you'll see the whole age range here.
Tabu/Outback : Two nightclubs in one! Front room (Tabu) (formerly Nitespot) is usually mellow. Friday and Saturday nights are different, but this is the first year as Tabu, so it's hard to tell what it's going to be like. Nice loungey couches, anyway. (The Nitespot used to turn into an ersatz hotel disco, with requisite bad dj.) The Outback has the best pizza on the mountain, and bands many nights. On the weekend, these are usually cover bands, but with a tilt towards the "jam band" genre.
Lookout Tavern : Very laid back usually, but can get insanely crowded at happy hour, as most of the people who have ski houses in Killington think they're friends with the owner. But the owner's cool with that and a really friendly guy. Probably the best less-expensive food on the mountain.
Casey's Caboose : Half-decent restaurant that also has a bar that attracks locals/ski-house people (along with the folks waiting for a table of course.) They've got happy hour specials, I think. Wings at least.
Charity's: pretty good food, good Guiness. Sometimes a party develops there, sometimes not.
Moguls: Killington's only sports bar, for what it's worth. Food is touch & go. Cheap beer, though.
Grist Mill : the food generally is not great. Famous for their Goombay Smashes. Not a bad happy hour, though the crowd is a bit on the older side.