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Re: “Rotisserie Restaurant

Sunday brunch combined quality and value in a warm and friendly atmosphere. Eggs Benny were perfect, and the hash and eggs, huge. Plus $5 Bloody Marys!

Posted by miguelito on 01/17/2017 at 10:22 AM

Re: “McGillicuddy's on the Green

Mcgillicuddys has great food and great service. Food is always consistent and tastes great. They have local grass fed burgers and a great variety of menu items. They also have one of the largest selections of local brews anywhere around. As a google guide I would highly recommend them to try.

Posted by Sean Fitzgerald on 12/29/2016 at 11:45 AM

Re: “Hattie's Kitchen

We enjoyed our first trip to Hattie's this morning for breakfast and we will certainly return soon. Pat personally welcomed us to her oh-so-cozy eatery and made a point to greet and serve all of her guests. My husband's homemade cinnamon raisin bread French Toast was both flavorful and filling. The side of bacon was perfectly cooked to his liking. My blueberry pancake was huge (about 9 inch diameter) and plump with berries. Vermont maple syrup is standard fare as are bottomless cups of coffee and tea. Enjoying Hattie's is a quintessential slice of Vermont!

Posted by NHTeacher on 12/26/2016 at 5:59 PM

Re: “Esperanza Restaurante

This place offers the only hope of authentic Tex-Mex in Vermont. I grew up in Texas and have delightfully consumed thousands of Tex-Mex dishes, thus, a move to Vermont a decade ago created a huge culinary void -- particularly in the area of queso, refried beans and Mexican rice. This restaurant is the only one I've found that knows how to do these items right, *without* drowning them in cumin, or melting American cheese into a bowl and calling it queso, etc. And they actually use lard in the refritos (gasp!) as authentic recipes often call for. My default is the two-item combo with a refried-bean tostada and chile relleno.I do wish they offered a hotter version of salsa, but overall I'm very glad for this place to exist.

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Posted by Amy Modun on 12/21/2016 at 2:00 PM

Re: “Queen City Brewery

Here you'll find European delicacies brewed in America that have stood the test of time. (I'm talking centuries!) With all of the proliferation of American inventiveness in beer and ales, these taps produce the standards to judge by.

Posted by Paul McMahon on 12/13/2016 at 6:14 PM

Re: “Vermont Goat Collaborative

What Pine Island Farm has accomplished in just 3 years is simply astounding! Building strong, joyful, collaborative, and resilient individuals and communities through raising goats, chickens, bees, rice, and more! It's a charmed idea, and Farm Founder Karen Freudenberger's deft hand has ensured that its implementation has been equally charmed. Vermont is blessed to have Karen's legacy live on in generations of new and not-so-new Vermonters to come.

Posted by Very Merry Theatre on 12/09/2016 at 11:58 AM

Re: “The Guilty Plate Diner

It is a great place, great service. too bad a couple of whiners posted here. One apparently can not read as their policy is clearly posted, seated after all in the party arrives.
Been there so many times but can not read. Apparently not many other diners either as it is common in many diners unless seated at the Hey beatnik, not the sharpest knife eh, to update the staff that the rest of your party may not make it and get seated. .

Our second reviewer, Gerryyy is a big traveler and spender worried about using gas to drive to mallets bay. Not only that but a Ramsey want-a-be and sound engineer too. Wow...putting onions on the home fries, yup...sure you did not touch anything on your plate for 10 mins. Perhaps this is your scam to save money. You got up and walked out probably without paying and I am sure without a tip. Got to further try to insult her by describing her as stout. Guess you have not looked in the mirror lately. Save your gas money and don''t drive out to malletts bay. We locals will keep it for ourselves. And by the way, Chef Ramsey said you are a "wanker".

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Posted by Tom Johnson on 11/24/2016 at 12:03 AM

Re: “King's Corner Deli

unassuming, friendly people making hearty delicious affordable sandwiches. Get the Holy Mole breakfast sandwich or the Fresh Italian and you'll know what I mean. Call it in and get to work!

Posted by regular on 11/16/2016 at 5:51 PM

Re: “Hubbard's Country Store

Delicious home-baked goods and custom-made sandwiches offered in an open, country-lovely atmosphere by caring, friendly owners Jon and Sara Deering. Highly recommended. In addition, you'll find lots of food items that you need or decide on-the-spot that you need. A fun experience. Try it, you'll love it!

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Posted by Beryl Goldsweig on 11/15/2016 at 4:18 PM

Re: “My Farmers Market

Such an awesome place to shop and lovely people who know their products. Will miss dropping by on the way home!! Thank you for being here!!!

Posted by Deborah Williams Turner on 11/15/2016 at 10:01 AM

Re: “Brickwork Art Studios

The address "266 South Champlain Street" is misleading because the building can only be accessed from the Pine Street side! Make sure you park behind Tapna Yoga and Vermont Art Supply to access Brickwork Studios from Pine Street. I usually send people to 277 Pine Street.

Posted by Emilie Lee on 11/01/2016 at 7:27 AM

Re: “Juniper

Thank you so much for Jazz Weds.!!!

Posted by Jan Morse on 10/25/2016 at 5:16 PM

Re: “First Baptist Church of Burlington

There is no excitement anywhere like a First Baptist Church chicken pie supper. Come prepared for thrills and laughs.

Posted by Jay Furr on 10/22/2016 at 12:11 AM

Re: “Piecemeal Pies

Delicious pies--perfect crust and delicious, flavorful fillings--and great staff. Thanks much!

Posted by leslier on 10/20/2016 at 1:42 PM

Re: “Treewild

Great for all ages!! This event incorporates the mystical and the real. Music playing from fields and interspersed through a wooded path, dancers on cliffs, poetry read from the trees and faerie houses that can be repaired/built and imagined are just a few things that you can expect on this 1-1.5 hour adventure. Don't worry, you will have a guide to help tell the story and lead you through a variety of ecosystems that add to the feeling that you are straddling two worlds- the "common" and the "unseen". A lot of bang for your buck! Snack, drink, and a little something extra are all included in the ticket price... a really enjoyable way to spend a fall afternoon in Vermont.

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Posted by Storknomo on 10/18/2016 at 9:32 PM

Re: “Tuckaway's Pub

Five Stars

Posted by VTMAPLE on 10/11/2016 at 5:39 PM

Re: “Hoagie Hut

I love this place. Its dingy, the staff is rude, the food is cheap, the portions are giant and they cater to locals. Its a classic old school sandwich shop offering no apologies to the more sensitive members of society. They make the best Philly cheesesteak in the state hands down. Its easily big enough to fill two grown adults and it cost less then ten bucks. I recommend this place to everyone I get a chance to, but the location and outside athstetic scares most of them off.

Posted by C.s. Hayden on 10/04/2016 at 2:33 PM

Re: “Tuckaway's Pub

Good food and friendly staff. We sat next to the beautiful fireplace and enjoyed ourselves very much.

Posted by Mary D on 09/28/2016 at 11:09 AM

Re: “Pork & Pickles BBQ

Delicious!

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Posted by Nicole Carey on 09/19/2016 at 8:31 AM

Re: “Charlie-O's World Famous

In a sentence: They run a tight ship.

Not a whole lot of nonsense and drama here. If it happens, your outta here! And there will be a discussion about you in the Wednesday staff meeting. Some leave for LIFE!

Lot's of fun, great staff and awesome pool players. You never know what type of live music is happening next. If there is none, try the jukebox, It's loaded. Corn hole, darts, pinball or watching a game; even the barflies stay engaged at Charlie O's. It's where you wanna be. So gritty that they cal the restrooms heaven and hell! Don't miss the fine cuisine!

You wanna go where everybody knows your shame.

cash bar. ATM inside.

Posted by Mark A. Hughes on 09/11/2016 at 1:51 PM

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