The Hyde Away Inn was featured in a Yankee Magazine article titled, Mad River Valley | Vermont's Snow Globe in the January/February 2014 issue.
"At the Hyde Away, a comfortable old shoe of an inn just off Route 100 on the way to Mad River Glen, I spent an agreeable hour in the pub having drinks with a member of another venerable New York institution, the Fire Department. Other Vermont resorts are thick with Bostonians or Montrealers, but Gotham still skis the Valley."Read the full article...
The Best Things to Happen in Vermont Food in 2013
By Alice Levitt and Corin Hirsch
Best Menu Reinvention
AL: Before this year, the fusty après-ski bar Hyde Away Inn & Restaurant was barely on my radar. But general manager Bruce Hyde Jr. and chef Ryan Mayo have remade the inn’s eatery into a localvore destination. When I visited in September, I flipped for the Parmesan-flavored risotto cakes in smoked-tomato sauce and the buttery duck Reuben. Looking at the latest menu, I know I’ll have to return for the braised-oxtail grilled cheese with marrow butter and pork-fat wings.
The Hyde Away Restaurant was reviewed by food writer Alice Levitt in the Seven Days Bite Club blog.
"...Hyde Away was a total treat! Its local vibe coupled with uneven floors and outstanding french onion soup, made it a perfect transition from the weekly grind into the classic Vermont experience known as Sugarbush. Aside from the attractive bar staff, there were a few things that stood out to me about The Hyde Away. Naturally the first things was the local vibe and old-school VT tavern feel. Although there isn’t a level floorboard in the place, the charm easily outweighs the feeling of being sea sick, and if there was any question as to how the Hyde Away is heated, just check out the half-chord stacked next to the pool table... Read more...
— apresski.us, February 7, 2010
"The Hyde Away
What’s on Tap: Described as rustic and cozy, the tavern at the Hyde Away Inn & Restaurant is a local’s spot where you can debate single chair vs. high-speed lifts, skiing vs. snowboarding, and the Mad River Valley’s toughest slope. Regarding the latter, the folks from the Hyde Away will have you know that you won’t find the answer at either Sugarbush or Mad River Glen, since the toughest slope in the area—in their opinion—is the tavern floor. Read more...
— Vermont Sports, January 28, 2010