Restaurants in Historic Places
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The Bearded Frog
The Bearded Frog Bar and Grill serves inspired and eclectic American fare. Located in the Shelburne Village, inside the recently renovated, historic Shelburne Inn. We offer seating on an outdoor patio, an intimate bar and a cozy dining room.
Our Bar opens at 4:30 for cocktails. Dinner is served seven nights a week beginning at 5:00pm.
The Bee's Knees
Home cooked meals emphasizing local and organic ingredients. Casual coffee house atmosphere, local beer and organic wine, live music most nights.
Carpenter and Main Restaurant
Carpenter and Main offers fresh local ingredients in the French tradition. “The seasons are an integral part of life here in Vermont, and we love to share our joy of exploring their abundance and variety. We use goods from local farms year-round to help integrate the spirit and distinctive flavors of Vermont." Chef/Owner Bruce MacLeod
The classic diner that was destroyed in 2011 by Hurricane Irene, and rebuilt with a lot of hard work and community support.
The Gleanery Restaurant
The Gleanery is a slow food joint located in the heart of Putney Village in the historic Tavern on the Green at 133 Main Street. The restaurant is open for lunch and dinner, Wednesday-Saturday, 11:30-9 and Sundays 11:30-8.
Like the taste of spring maple to the patient vermonter, KISMET is the gift given to hard work and honest intention. KISMET, means fate, or Good Karma returned, & is the heart of our philosophy, the reason we remain dedicated to our local economy, and what we hope may encourage and inspire a whole community. KISMET is a farm-to-table, community-oriented restaurant, chef owned and operated since 2006
Milagro's Mexican Kitchen
The the freshest, finest Latin food at a price everyone can afford.Open six days a week for lunch and dinner, closed Sunday.
Penny Cluse Cafe,
You will love breakfast and lunch at Penny Cluse, Cherry Street, downtown Burlington.
Sarducci's Restaurant and Bar
Sarducci's is a Mediterranean style Italian restaurant.
The Shoreham Inn
The Shoreham Inn was built in 1790 and has run almost continuously as an Inn since that time. Meals five nights a week in British-style pub.
Overlooking the idyllic waterfall of the Ottauquechee River, Simon Pearce offers award-wining American cuisine featuring local ingredients and a global wine list amongst the rustic charm and simple elegance of the quintessential Vermont pastoral. Be sure not to miss a trip to our glassblowers’ studio.
Village Wine and Coffee,
Over 800 wines from small and family
Zabby & Elf's Stone Soup,