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6a00d83451b91969e20167632a62e5970b-200wiIn Vermont, the name Three Tomatoes Trattoria is synonymous with bubbling, thin-crust pizzas. But the menu is also chock full of hearty dishes loaded with local meats, cheeses and veggies— and during Restaurant Week, the chefs are planning to have some fun with it.

For $10, lunch guests at both the Williston and Burlington locations will be treated to three courses of Italian street food: a salad of local greens and tomatoes; an Umbrian sausage grinder with broccoli rabe (on Red Hen Baking Company grinder); and pistachio gelato.

Those in search of dinner can hit the Rutland branch, where a $35, four-course feast begins with pan-seared shrimp with Vermont bacon, salsa verde and Parmesan p0lenta and ends with a Tuscan bread pudding topped with maple syrup and whipped cream — with all kinds of good stuff in between.

To find out more about Three Tomatoes Trattoria in Burlington, click here.

To learn more about Three Tomatoes Trattoria in Williston, click here.

To check out the menu at Three Tomatoes Trattoria in Rutland, click here.

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Corin Hirsch

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Corin Hirsch was a Seven Days food writer from 2011 through 2016. She is the author of Forgotten Drinks of Colonial New England, published by History Press in 2014.

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