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Enjoy a pulled pork taco stuffed with house-smoked meat, or choose from 35 types of tequila while relaxing on the patio. Lunch weekends only.
Café Mediterano
The Bosnian-born owner serves up Greek gyros, panini sandwiches, Turkish-style kebabs and cevapi sausages — plus burgers, fries and wraps. Try the baklava.
Asiana House (Burlington)
At this fusion-style Japanese spot, the vegetarian maki and sushi bar are especially popular, as are the Korean and Thai dishes.
Blue Paddle Bistro
There’s a wooden canoe suspended over the bar at this artsy eatery, known for innovative yet unpretentious cuisine.
Mexicali Grill & Cantina
The fajitas and burritos come with homemade salsas, which range from mild to extra hot. The margaritas and daily specials are popular, too.
Michael's on the Hill
This romantic, farm-to-table fine-dining restaurant has alpine roots. Swiss- trained chef-owner Michael Kloeti runs the kitchen. The menu changes regularly, but homemade gnocchi and chocolate fondue are perennials.
Asiana Noodle Shop
Here you’ll find comfort food from across Asia: Pick your own broth, noodles and meat to create a huge bowl of soup. Dumplings and sushi round out the menu.
South End Kitchen at Lake Champlain Chocolates
Pastries, pastas and breads are made fresh daily at this colorful café that's part of Lake Champlain Chocolates. Try the daily tartine, or indulge in a sumptuous hot chocolate.
Piecasso Pizzeria & Lounge
Choose from hand-tossed New York-style pizzas as well as pasta, salads and entrées. A spinach, basil, tomato, garlic and onion pie is called the Treehugger.
The Belted Cow Bistro
Passionate attention to detail defines the food at this locally focused eatery. Chef-owner John Delpha is a barbecue world champion, so look for smoked specialties, hearty cuisine and a fun and lively atmosphere.
 
A historic train station is the setting for this from-scratch restaurant and bar. The owners have imported their Blue Donkey burger from Stowe, but there's roasted duck and other upscale comfort fare.
This restaurant serves meatloaf and shepherd’s pie alongside fancier, more tourist-friendly dishes such as sesame-seared tuna. Brunch only on Sunday.
The menu at this historic country inn boasts both pub fare and upscale specialties such as roasted duck with plum-tea sauce and eight-hour-braised short ribs. Lunch during ski season only.
Local teens come to this youth-oriented community forum, managed by Burlington Parks & Rec, for movie nights, music education, and live, alcohol-free entertainment.
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