Welcoming travelers and diners since 1803.

Valentine’s Day

Join us on Wednesday, February 14, for our special Valentine’s Day menu:


Cream of Tomato Soup

Roasted Stuffed Poblano Pepper
corn, black beans, cheese, bacon, crunchy sweet potato

tomato jam, balsamic reduction, lemon

Bayley Hazen & Pomegranate Salad
fresh greens, bleu cheese, pomegranate, orange vinaigrette

Main Plates

Breezy Acres Apple & Sausage Stuffed Pork Roulade
Yukon mashed potatoes, brown gravy

Cheese Stuffed Heart-Shaped Ravioli
vodka rose sauce, spinach, garlic & herb crostini


Raspberry Chambord Cake
Gail’s white chocolate cake brushed with Chambord, layered with sweetened ricotta, buttercream, white chocolate shavings

Decadent Chocolate Hearts
rich chocolate cake, glazed with ganache, served with whipped cream
…and more chocolate

We are serving from 5:30 – 9:00pm; make reservations by calling 802-326-3269.


We are proud to partner with local farmers to serve the freshest meats, cheeses, and produce. We offer a dining experience where couples can enjoy a special night out with filet and a bottle of wine while nearby outdoor enthusiasts unwind with mac and cheese after a day on the slopes or in the woods.

Our menu changes seasonally, and we offer a variety of daily specials based on what is available locally. Our tavern menu is available here, and we will try to keep our facebook page up to date with the daily specials.

The dining room is open Wednesdays through Sundays. Doors open at 4pm, and we serve from 4:30pm – 9pm.


Black Lantern’s nine rooms in the main inn and five suites in the Burdette House make it the perfect size for wedding groups, family reunions, and bike tour groups.

We are close to Jay Peak, and offer a peaceful alternative to staying on the mountain. Spend your ski week or romantic weekend with us, and enjoy one of the best views of historic Hazen’s Notch.

We look forward to welcoming you to our special part of Vermont. Please check our availability here.

About Us

The Black Lantern Inn has been welcoming guests in Montgomery since 1803. When it closed abruptly in 2015, a group of “locals” began hatching a plan to open the doors again. The community came together to purchase, and now to reopen, the inn.

The Lantern is located in the heart of Montgomery Village.