Two Heroes Grill & Tiki Bar
Bike Ride Destination
I make a point of reaching a destination on my bike rides. Often that destination involves a meal or a dessert. I need to reward myself for the exercise. This time, my journey brought me 14.5 miles round trip between The Green Cottage in Grand Isle, Vermont to Two Heroes Grill & Bar in North Hero. Most of the journey was relatively flat. The few slopes along the way were gradual. Of course I was riding in temperatures around 70 degrees Fahrenheit. Warmer temperatures could lead to a sweaty ride.
The ride down Pelots Point Road is especially nice with plenty of vistas to absorb along the way. I had many clear chances to see the southern end of Isle La Motte, another Champlain Island that's particularly nice for biking.
North Hero Marina
The road went from paved to gravel the last quarter mile. Soon the North Hero Marina sign welcomed me.
Arriving at Two Heroes Grill & Tiki Bar
within seconds the marina and the moored boats were visible. It's such a beautiful view of the Lake and Carry Bay.
I took the path that cars would take to the non-members parking lot. From the lot to the Tiki Bar, it's a short walk. I just rode through on my bike.
The outdoor eatery is very welcoming. I chose to sit at the bar, but their are high top tables, regular tables and 2-person booths available too.
Two Heroes Grill and Tiki Bar Menu
The Grill & Bar is open 7 days a week in the summer from 11am until 9pm. I overheard that they also have live music on Saturdays. Check out photos of their 2018 menus:
I ordered the chicken on croissant sandwich with fries. I was happy I was served a real piece of chicken and it was perfectly marinated and grilled. That along with my iced tea made for a delicious lunch. The view enhanced my meal.
Beverages with a Little Kick
Others around me enjoyed drinks from the bar, a nice selection of beer on tap and the frozen margaritas and pina coladas.
I'll be back again to Two Heroes Grill & Bar. I'm thinking it will be a boat ride next time!