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Edson Hill1. Edson Hill
100 reviews
Contemporary American | Stowe, Vermont

Beautiful patio to have dinner, loved the ambience. Great food and service! More

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Dorset Inn2. Dorset Inn
170 reviews
Contemporary American | Dorset, Vermont

We dine here fairly often and the quality of the food and service has never disappointed. More

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Starry Night Cafe3. Starry Night Cafe
331 reviews
American | Ferrisburgh, Vermont

If you are driving along Route 7 between Middlebury and Burlington you could easily miss the unassuming facade of Starry Night Cafe. But once inside, you will be greatly surprised at the size of the establishment--there is a screened-in porch and an open patio, in addition to the two dining rooms. The service is impeccable, and the menu is diverse and unique. Definitely worth a stop, or a detour, for the Starry Night Cafe. More

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The Reluctant Panther Restaurant4. The Reluctant Panther Restaurant
347 reviews
American | Manchester, Vermont, Vermont

Great service, cocktails, and desert. Waiter opened a special wine bottle that was lovely after we balked an the first. Thank you very much. I wish I could laud the main entrees which were fair. More

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Simon Pearce Restaurant5. Simon Pearce Restaurant
2431 reviews
American | Quechee, Vermont

Stunning setting . Memorable meal . Pleasure of being served on Simon Pearce’s handmade glassware and pottery . A must dine at place in VT. More

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Barrows HouseBarrows House
Gastro Pub | Dorset, Vermont

Barrows House Restaurant is an American gastropub with a modern twist on traditional New England tavern fare that pairs great food with craft beers. Our menus and beverages showcase Vermont’s abundance of local products and celebrate its farms and producers. These quality ingredients are simply prepared demonstrating classic culinary techniques offering guests uncomplicated seasonal tastes of Vermont. Set against the historic backdrop of a circa 1803 building, the ambiance is at once warm and welcoming, sophisticated yet casual featuring Dorset white marble accents and historic black & white photos from the local Norcross-West Marble Quarry, one of the oldest in the country. Paired with our large outdoor terrace and colorful gardens, Barrows House Restaurant is the ideal setting for outdoor dining and all types of special events.More

Fritz Bar + RestaurantFritz Bar + Restaurant
American | Stowe, Vermont

Step into our intimate downstairs bar, named after world-famous mountaineer and one-time resident of The Stowehof, Fritz Wiessner. In 1929, Wiessner emigrated from Germany and pioneered many popular American mountain-climbing routes. Now, we commemorate him at the Fritz Bar, with a casual Vermont Bavarian menu of locally-sourced foods, beers, and spirits.More

Harper's RestaurantHarper's Restaurant
American | South Burlington, Vermont

Join us at Harper's Pub for drinks and dinner daily. Our relaxing atmosphere, overstuffed chairs, and friendly bartenders are sure to make your visit unforgetable. Whether it's to catch the game or meet coworkers for drinks after work, Harper's Pub is the place for you.More

Discover Burlington, Vermont

A beautiful and historic town bordering Lake Champlain, Burlington, Vermont is a must-visit for food-lovers, especially those who enjoy locally sourced food and drink. Burlington has been called a locavore capital within New England, and Vermont has more cheesemakers and brewers per person than any other state. Home to a number of small bistros and cafés, you will have plenty of options to enjoy a pastry alongside a cup of coffee. The city is also home to a number of pubs and breweries where you can enjoy dinner with a brew. As with many things in Vermont, there is a heavy French influence, so if you are in the mood for beef bourguignon or chocolate soufflé, then Burlington is the place to be.