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words // David Scherr photos // Greg Forber Attached to solid ground by just a hinged walkway, Splash at the Boathouse is Burlington, Vermont’s only floating restaurant. An outdoor haven during summertime in ...

Farm-to-Table Spitfires Guild & Company

words // Lin Stone photos // Craig Thomas It was a dreary Thursday night when we pulled onto the rain-drizzled tarmac of the Guild and Company’s very full parking lot. But within just a few steps inside the ...

words & photos // Julia Donnini In a state plush with artisanal spirits, the use of local ingredients now extends beyond food on the plate. One tilt of the glass reveals local apertifs and handcrafted infusions. ...

Crop Bistro & Brewery

WORDS // LIN STONE        PHOTOS // CRAIG THOMAS If Crop Bistro and Brewery’s Chef Tom Bivins had lived in England in the late 1800s, he would likely have drunk tea and dark, malty, English strong ale with ...

Events, music, tastings First Friday Wine-Down Lincoln Peak Vineyard, New Haven Swing by the cozy Lincoln Peak Vineyard tasting room to “wine down” on the first Friday of every month from 5:30 to 7:30 pm.  ...

The Spot

Surfboards, palm trees, and tropical fish aren’t usually the first things that come to mind when you picture land-locked Vermont, but upon entering The Spot restaurant, I found myself transported into what could ...

Barkeaters

  Friday night was just incredible, thanks to the ionic activity in the air just prior to a storm rolling in and the dinner menu at Barkeaters. My husband Matt and I timed our meal perfectly, in that we could ...

By Kara Brown Photos by Ben Sarle As we left El Cortijo on New Year’s Eve, I asked the owner Jed Davis what he wanted to achieve in the community with this new restaurant venture. With mock seriousness, he slammed ...

by Margo Callaghan Dick Hess, owner of Archie’s Grill on Route 7 in Shelburne, hasn’t been at it that long. His “neighborhood grill” opened not quite two years ago. It was his calling; a passion for cooking ...

by Margo Callaghan The Chinese word for fish is homonymous to the word “overabundance”, so being served a whole steamed fish is a symbol of good will. And good eating, as Chef Leu’s delicate tilapia was served ...