Restaurants in Vermont

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Previously featured on The Amazing Race, the 3 Dives jerk stand is named for the surrounding limestone cliffs, which provide great diving spots as... Read More

Seriously good Indian cuisine is often found in the most unlikely places here, so ignore Passage to India’s location in a busy strip mall in... Read More

Though located outside of Burlington’s historic center, Al’s French Frys remains an institution and veritable rite of passage for locals.... Read More

Popular with the locals, Alfred’s Ocean Palace is a casual restaurant, entertainment venue, and hotel situated on Negril’s famous Seven Mile... Read More

Excellent coffee and fresh-baked goods. Read More

Pizza toppings come almost secondary at American Flatbread. Instead, it’s the bread that receives the most care, baked according to old-world... Read More

When Will Dodson and Ruth Schimmelpfennig graduated from the Culinary Institute of America, they established two successful restaurants in San... Read More

As one of Vermont’s most-loved businesses, it’s fitting that Ben and Jerry’s flagship Scoop Shop resides in the heart of the... Read More

Chow down on pub grub, including burgers and wood-grilled pizza, served amid ski memorabilia at extreme skier John Eagan’s restaurant. Read More

60-odd sketches and prints by the French artist and caricaturist Honoré Daumier are on display at this favorite spot for buttermilk-marinated... Read More

Forget gentrified jerk. For the hardcore stuff—cooked long ‘n’ slow over smoldering green pimiento twigs— seek out Boston Jerk... Read More

The menu that features seasonal, locally grown ingredients—dishes like pork loin with rhubarb and maple. Read More

One of Vermont’s most dramatic views belongs to Stowe’s Cliff House. Perched at roughly 3600 feet on the edge of the state’s... Read More

Country Peppa restaurant is just steps from the water on Seven Mile Beach in Negril. The soft pink tropical hut has a grass-thatched roof, a shaded... Read More

Hang with locals over hearty breakfasts and French bistro fare, including cassoulet, at dinnertime. Read More

Located along Vermont’s scenic Route 100, this homey café is especially popular during the ski season thanks to its proximity to... Read More

The restaurant, known for its house-made pastries, is locavore in its approach. Read More

Dine on local delicacies at the Green Room, which offers locavore favorites like Vermont lamb braised with green peppercorns. Read More

Ensconced in a former grist mill built in 1835, Hen of the Wood’s modesty keeps it off the main tourist trek in nearby Stowe, but chef Eric... Read More

Located in Middle Quarters at the turnoff for YS Falls, Howie’s is a casual roadside eatery housed in a long, low-slung cinderblock building. Out... Read More

Originally dedicated to Ull, the Norse god of skiing, this former lodge in Vermont’s Mad River Valley remains popular with winter enthusiasts... Read More

Part of Jake's Hotel in Treasure Beach, Jack Sprat is a casual waterfront eatery with its own private beach on Calabash Bay. The bright yellow building... Read More

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