Seven Daysies Awards: Best vegetarian fare, 2016

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Best vegetarian fare 

A Single Pebble (Burlington) & Green Goddess Café (Stowe)

click to enlarge A Single Pebble - COURTESY OF A SINGLE PEBBLE
  • Courtesy of A Single Pebble
  • A Single Pebble

A Single Pebble — This authentic Chinese restaurant cooks up a mean mock eel. Lunch every day except Sunday, when there's dim sum. Dinner nightly.

Other Finalists (Inside Chittenden County)

  • City Market/Onion River Co-op
  • Pingala Café & Eatery
  • Revolution Kitchen
  • Zabby & Elf's Stone Soup

click to enlarge Green Goddess Café - JEB WALLACE-BRODEUR
  • Jeb Wallace-Brodeur
  • Green Goddess Café

Green Goddess Café — First things first: Green Goddess Café is not a by-the-book vegetarian restaurant. Its menu offers breakfasts built around runny eggs and peppery maple bacon. And the Cuban sandwich, stacked with long-roasted pork and slabs of smoky ham, is a favorite at lunch. But Green Goddess’ vegetarian fare is more than just an afterthought. Imagine fresh-baked, griddled toast oozing with pesto aioli, melty mozzarella, leafy greens and avocado — or a springy Asian salad heaped with crisp summer veggies and fresh edamame noodles. And with many items now packaged in grab-and-go format at the café’s new takeout counter, Green Goddess is a winning choice for everyone.

Other Finalists (Outside Chittenden County)

  • Kismet
  • MINT Restaurant and Tea Lounge

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