Elegant, ever-changing plates such as vegetable gnocchi and poached Maine lobster make the most of New England ingredients and the chef-owner’s European roots.
With beer pairing: $59; with wine pairing: $75; beverage pairings available à la cart, priced as noted.
Vegetarian, vegan and gluten-free options available; regular menu available.
$1 from every meal goes to the Vermont Foodbank.
With Vermont Creamery chèvre, horseradish
Pair with von Trapp Brewing Helles Lager, $5; Anne Amie Vineyards Pinot Gris ’18; Willamette Valley, $11
Spring-Dug Parsnip Soup
With pickled fiddlehead mostarda, ramp oil
Duck Leg Confit
With roasted roots, lentils, preserved lemon
Pair with Burlington Beer “Elaborate Metaphor” multigrain APA, $8; Pertinace Barbara d’Alba ’16, $10
Carrot Pistachio Chocolate-Chunk Cake
With birch-scented mascarpone
Pair with Founders Brewing porter, $6; Eden Ice Cider “Heirloom Blend,” $14
Vermont Artisan Coffee or Tea Selections
Classic WhistlePig 10-Year Oak-Aged Old Fashioned, $16
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