It’s a full schedule here at The Wildcat Inn & Tavern in Jackson, NH. With the natural snow that has fallen and the outstanding work of the snowmakers at the many surrounding ski resorts this is an ideal time to come to Jackson for either a mid-week or a New Hampshire weekend getaway. Through the end of January (2012) you can stay Sunday through Thursday nights for only $59 per night (double occupancy). In addition to our low lodging rates here’s a quick rundown on the fun nights at The Wildcat Tavern:
Tuesdays: Our Hoot Night (open mic night) has been going on for 25 years and brings the best local musicians into the Tavern for a night or great live music and lots of fun.
Wednesdays: Our popular Dinner For Two night happens every Wednesday. Two entrees, two people and one great price…only $24.50 for our best entrees. Reservations are strongly recommended as the dining room fills quickly.
Thursdays: FREE all-you-can-eat pasta feed for area ski resort, ski shop and Forest Service employees. Not one of these employees? That’s ok, show today’s lift ticket and pay only $5.95 and if you didn’t ski pay only $8.95. (Ends mid-March)
Fridays: All-you-can-eat fish fry. Endless fish and fries served up hot every Friday night.
Saturdays: Live music in the Tavern every Saturday night. Come listen to the sounds of local favorites Bennett & Perkins, Lex & Joe, The White Mountain Boys and many more.
Sundays: The Sunday Buffet has just started up again. Enjoy another all-you-can-eat buffet with live music for only $14.95. (winter only)
For an up to date list of events and prices check out our calendar then turn the car towards The Wildcat Inn & Tavern.
This time of year the valley is fairly quiet since all the ski resorts are now closed and they haven’t opened up yet for their summer activities. There’s plenty going on at The Wildcat Inn & Tavern though. It seems we’re always busy planning for the next special event like a wedding rehearsal dinner, business meeting, birthday party, holiday party or just our regular weeknight special promotions and live music.
This week coming up we are having 100 guests from the Tri County CAP organization for a meeting. Then on Tuesday we have our weekly Hoot Night (open mic night) hosted by the great Jon Sarty of The White Mountain Boys. On Wednesday, it’s our weekly dinner for two (only $23.50) and some great jazz and big band music by The Swingtones. The events seem to go on and on all week.
The entire month of May is very busy with private parties but don’t let that stop you from visiting us and enjoy the fun here in Jackson. Don’t forget that during the month of May you can stay FREE on any Tuesday or Wednesday night so we hope to see you soon.
I know you’re going to find this hard to believe since I work for The Wildcat Inn and Tavern but I don’t get the chance to go to Hoot Night on Tuesdays very often. Then when I do go I always ask myself why I don’t go more often because it’s so much fun.
What makes it so fun? Glad you asked. First there’s the Tavern itself. A lot of places might call themselves taverns but very few actually have the look and feel of an authentic tavern. From the flooring to the fireplace to the old fashioned wooden sled used for the beer taps the Wildcat certainly fits the bill as a tavern. Next is the people. You have people of all ages and walks of life that come to enjoy their friends company and some good music. Last and certainly not least, the music. The quality of musicians that perform on Hoot Night is incredible. On any given night you could have pianists, guitarists, fiddlers, drummers and the list goes on.
So the next time you’re at home sitting in front of the tv and you realize it’s a Tuesday night, shut off the tube and head to The Wildcat Inn and Tavern in Jackson for a night you’ll enjoy and talk about for a long time.