It has been awhile since I've been to the Northeast Kingdom of Vermont. I remember that there aren't too many restaurants in the area. If I do a trip to northern Vermont this winter or Quebec in the spring, I may want to head over to the Northeast Kingdom for the day if there is a chance. Any suggestions for restaurants in the area? [Go here to post a reply.]
(Posted on 11/19/08 by hiddenboston)
Patricia M Sears wrote:
In Newport, Lago's Trattoria is a treat and has been written up in Yankee Magazine for years. Also on Main Street in Newport is the new Montgomery Cafe which adjoins Newport Natural Food Store. All of the food Montgomery Cafe serves is local and delicious! Espresso drinks are available here, too! Enjoy
(Posted on 11/19/08)
Tamarack Grill at Burke Mountain is a nice restaurant and Junipers at the Wildflower Inn is a kid friendly place which is in Burke, VT.
(Posted on 11/26/08)
Eric H. wrote:
In Lyndonville, I recommend the Lyndon Freighthouse. A former freigthouse, this charming long, red building with a front porch now houses a restaurant that features locally sourced natural and organic dishes. Open for breakfast, lunch and dinner, the food is wholesome and delicious, and the atmosphere is purely rustic Vermont. Also on the premises is a gift shop, ice cream parlor, coffee shop, tourist information center and railroad museum! Wow!
(Posted on 12/5/08)
Elements in St Johnsbury! New, fresh, contemporary, great wines. Junipers is in Lyndonville, not Burke. We didn't enjoy dinner there this summer as we did past years. same 2 sides no matter what the entree. overall pretty boring. Agree that freighthouse is a great casual spot.
(Posted on 9/2/09)
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