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FlatbreadOne is a devotedly locavore flatbread purveyor. The other, a café with elegant, French-influenced fare. This Vermont Restaurant Week, both focus on wild foods.

For $35, American Flatbread -- Burlington Hearth offers three courses along with a house-brewed beer pairing with each course.  Wild ramps flavor a vichyssoise to start. Fiddleheads and ramps top a vegetarian pizza. Curried local pork and apricot chutney grace another and the whole thing ends with maple bread pudding.

The great deals start early at Pauline's. For $10, chef David Hoene is serving up a two courses, including choices of beef tongue with wild watercress on rye or vegan dumplings with lily roots and shoots.

On the $15, three-course dinner menu, Vermont Chevon and chickpea curry joins the proceedings and for $25, diners can enjoy local veal with blue cheese, gnocchi and foraged mushrooms. No matter what and when you order, there are plenty of desserts and two of them are vegan, including coconut, almond and flax pudding.

To learn more or to see the full menu for American Flatbread--Burlington Hearth, click here.

To see the full menu or to make a reservation at Pauline's Restaurant & Café, click here.

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