Summer & Fall at General Stark’s Pub
The Pub is open from Memorial Day through Columbus Day. Dinner is served on Thursday, Friday and Saturday nights from 4:30 to 8:30 PM featuring the Summer Pub Menu which includes the legendary MRG Fish Fry each and every night.
Fall Special Event Hours
Sept 20-21 Regular Hours,
Sept 22 – Siptemberfest – open 1-5 PM with pub lunch menu
Sept 27 & 28 Regular Hours
Sept 29 – 11-8:30
Sept 30, 11 AM- 6 PM
October 4 & 5th -Regular Hours
Oct 6th – 11-8:30
Oct 7th, 11 AM- 6 PM
Oct 8th, Columbus Day, 11 AM- 6 PM
Winter at General Stark’s Pub
General Stark’s Pub, everyone’s favorite apres-ski hangout, offers full bar and table service for lunch and après ski. There is a great selection of Vermont micro-brews along with a hearty pub menu. There is often live music in the pub after skiing, a big ‘ole TV for watching sports and a comfortable place to swap ski stories with friends.Each and every Thursday throughout the ski season our good friends at Cabot are sponsoring FREE Cabot Fondue & Live Music après-ski in General Stark’s Pub. The Pub will also go off one Saturday night (7 pm start) each month during the ski season. Check out the live music line-up for the season.
In the Pub you will also find the “Wall of Fame” where photos of Mad River Glen’s iconic Ski It If You Can bumper stickers from around the world are proudly displayed. Oh yeah BTW, General Stark’s Pub is recognized as one of the World’s Top Après Ski Bars by Men’s Journal Magazine.Ask about Private Parties at Mad River Glen any time of year! Call (802) 496-3551 ext. 133.
General John Stark, (August 28, 1728 – May 8, 1822) is the namesake for the pub and mountain that is home to Mad River Glen. The General was a New Hampshire native who served as an officer in the British Army during the French and Indian war and a major general in the Continental Army during the American Revolution. He became widely known as the “Hero of Bennington” for his exemplary service at the Battle of Bennington in 1777. The General is well known for coining New Hampshire’s motto; “Live Free or Die”. The phrase was adopted from a toast written by the General on July 31, 1809. Poor health forced Stark to decline an invitation to an anniversary reunion of the Battle of Bennington. Instead, he sent his legendary toast by letter:
Live free or die: Death is not the worst of evils.