Hours of Operation Update
LODGING – the Wildcat Inn and Tavern continues to welcome hotel guests looking for lodging. Discounted hotel rates and inn room/take out dining are available to all hotel guests including breakfast. For more lodging information please call 603-383-4245LUNCH AND DINNER – The Wildcat Tavern will be open for dinner take out Tuesday through Sunday 3:00 – 8:00 PM. We are also pleased to offer our in-home “Heat and Serve Menu” of comfort food for families and larger parties. For more information call 603-383-4245 and ask for our General Manager Sue Holt or our Executive Chef Bryant Alden.
Takeout Dinner Menu
Takeout Heat & Serve Menu
HEALTH AND SAFETY – Whether you are spending the night with us or ordering a delicious take out dinner please be assured that every safety precaution is being taking to insure your service and food meets the highest standards
Once again, our top priority is the health and safety of our customers and staff as we negotiate the unsettling time. If you have any questions, suggestions or concerns please share them with us as we all work to bring this situation to a rapid close.
Stewart M. Dunlop, Owner
Wildcat Inn & Tavern Aspires to Musical Heights with Focus on Performers, Amenities and Dining
June 22nd Acoustic Nuisance Show is Next Installment in Cold River Radio Concert Series
JACKSON, NH — Building on a decades long commitment to bringing the best in musical talent to an intimate setting, the Wildcat Inn & Tavern is making plans to go big on the regional music scene with an on-going investment in top regional performers, improved amenities and access for guests. The next installment of their popular Cold River Radio Show mini concerts hits the stage June 22 as they welcome Acoustic Nuisance, a celtic-inspired acoustic trio featuring Davey Armstrong, Kevin Dolan and Simon Crawford. These concerts offer exceptional live music in a dinner theater setting. Concert tickets are just $5 with a dinner reservation.
The Wildcat Inn and Tavern has long been known as the home to exceptional music in the mountain town of Jackson, New Hampshire. Back in the 1960s, Big Band jazz ensembles played at the Tavern. Now owner and music aficionado Stu Dunlop wants to establish the Wildcat as the place where performers who want to play in a true listening room and music lovers can come together.