Archive for March, 2014

Revolution Kitchen

9 Center St., Burlington, 802-448-3657

Burlington’s first all-vegetarian restaurant promises upscale, “good for you” food made with fresh, local and organic ingredients.

The Bearded Frog

5247 Shelburne Rd., Shelburne, 802-985-9877

Chef Mark LaRiviere’s eclectic, French-inflected menus spotlight local meats, produce and dairy. Dine near the fireplace in winter or on the sunny patio in summer.

Blue Cat Steak & Wine Bar

1 Lawson Lane, Burlington, 802-363-3639

The cozy alleyway restaurant is known for fine steaks, handmade ravioli and a 300-bottle wine list.

Hen of the Wood (Burlington)

55 Cherry St., Burlington, 802-540-0534

Rustic charm, locavore cuisine and a legendary wine list distinguish this James Beard Award-nominated restaurant. The bar is open for cocktails and craft brews until 11 p.m.

A Single Pebble

133 Bank St., Burlington, 802-865-5200

Traditional preparation and presentation distinguish dishes such as the nationally recognized mock eel — a favorite of the Food Network’s Alton Brown. Try the tasting menu. Dim sum on Sunday.

Vermont Tap House

70 Marshall Avenue, Williston, 802-879-7060

Local ingredients make this pizzeria and pub a standout among Williston’s chain restaurants. Wood-fired pies, salads and sandwiches meet 28 brews on tap.

Juniper

Juniper

41 Cherry St., Burlington, 802-651-5027

Head inside Hotel Vermont for food and drink inspired by fresh, local ingredients. Enjoy cocktails on the outdoor terrace.

Fire & Ice Restaurant

26 Seymour St., Middlebury, 802-388-7166

Adults dig the steakhouse’s historic décor and huge salad bar. Kids love the room with books and movies. And where else can you pour yourself a glass of local chocolate milk on draft?

The Skinny Pancake (Burlington)

60 Lake St., Burlington, 802-540-0188

Steps from Waterfront Park, crêpes are griddled before customers’ eyes. Try the Lovemaker, combining strawberries and Nutella.

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