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The menu changes regularly at this highly acclaimed Italian restaurant. But favorites such as squash blossom fritters with honey and truffle oil and potato-crusted seabass are always available. Eat in the elegant dining room or at the comfy mahogany bar.
Choose from more than 60 varieties of wine, fresh fish delivered daily and Italian imports such as cured meats and desserts. At lunch, pick up a sandwich; dinner brings choices such as pork and papardelle.
Looking for chef-owned fine Mediterranean dining on the shores of Lake Memphremagog? Options at this award-winning restaaurant include grilled flatbread pizzas, frutti di mare and a 16-ounce rib-eye stuffed with Gorgonzola. The wine list sports bottles ranging in price from $10 to $200.
This rustic restaurant serves Italian and French comfort food, including braised meats and pasta dishes. Grab a seat at the bar for a meal and carefully chosen wines until late.
Hoagie's Pizza & Pasta
Fresh, homemade, Italian-inspired food runs from calzones, subs and pasta to pizza with 22 toppings.
This low-key, homey restaurant features photos of the owner's Italian grandparents. The calzones are crowd pleasers.
This pizzeria has all the staples, plus daily gourmet specials at lunch. Look for breakfast pastries and espresso drinks — or pick up some craft beer to take home.
Everything is homemade at this longstanding pizza and pasta joint. Try a "Village Special" with peppers, pepperoni, onions, 'shrooms, ground beef and sausage.
Authentic Italian dishes, such as gnocchi, braciole and wedding soup, reign at this airy ristorante. The chef's family recipes pepper the menu. No lunch on Monday.
This pizzeria and deli is famous for homemade sub rolls, as well as stone-baked pizza, calzones and sandwiches. Limited delivery.
Owner James Roy serves hand-tossed New York-style pizza, with pesto, tomato, barbecue and olive-oil bases. "We've got every topping in the book," Roy says. Also stromboli, soups and hot and cold sandwiches.
Diners watch everything from fig and prosciutto pizzas to miso and brown sugar salmon cook in the open flames of the stone oven. Cook’s Illustrated editor-in-chief, Christopher Kimball calls it one of his "top go-to spots to dine in Vermont." Lunch on weekends.
A 22-foot-long oval bar get guests in the mood at this eclectic pizzeria.
The handcrafted, locally sourced fare includes hand-tossed New-York-style pizza, complemented by a huge craft beer list. Settle in for a meal or grab a slice from the express window.
No longer a Ramunto's franchise "everything is same but the name" including Sicilian and New York-style slices. Choose from 40 speciality pies — such as the Eight Veg Primavera, topped with slow-roasted eggplant and caramelized onions.
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