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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.
After skiing, biking or hiking, stop by for a Den burger or an entrée made with local meat. The flat-panel, large-screen TVs have all the sports packages, so you can take in a game while you eat.
All-natural, wood-fired pizzas with a social conscience. Emphasis is on organic and locally farmed ingredients. There’s always a line, but it’s worth the wait.
This lively restaurant with a pub atmosphere specializing in homemade and local fare.
Head through the red doors for authentic Mexican food prepared by a Chihuahua native and NECI grad. Soft tacos in corn tortillas are popular, as are tamales (by special order) and chicken chile rellenos.
Ben & Jerry’s Factory
In winter, the road to Stowe sees a lot of slope-seeking Saabs and Subarus. The summer crowd tends to be driven by ice cream: The Ben & Jerry's Factory in Waterbury is one of the top tourist destinations in Vermont. If your visitors have heard of one thing in the Green Mountain State, sadly, this is probably it. The guided tour doesn’t dwell on the company’s founding entrepreneurs — you have to search high and low for signs of Ben Cohen and Jerry Greenfield — but it maintains their “If it’s not fun, why do it?” philosophy. Don’t miss the “flavor graveyard” and, of course, the free samples.
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