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Restaurants in Northeastern Vermont

The Ice Bar at the Maplewood Lodge in St. Johnsbury, VTDining in Vermont's Northeast Kingdom may be an experience in itself. 

Though remote, many of our restaurants are Chef owned and operated. 

To the left is a collage of entrees from the Jay Village Inn's Restaurant.  

Though we're not near an ocean shoreline, local restaurants import lobster and fish from Maine, however, you might also find local brook trout on the menu.

Wayne's Snack Bar, Riley's Fish House and Hidden Country Restaurant are just a few that bring in either clams, lobster or oysters across New Boiled Lobster and Shrimp Roll served at Riley's Fish House in St. Johnsbury, VTHampshire to their patrons.  Local fried clams rival what you might find on Cape Cod while local recipes maintain the New England tradition in our Green Mountain State.

The Restaurants at the Jay Peak Resort combine a finer flair with Vermont country and are available for casual or fine dining for breakfast, lunch and dinner seven days a week.

For Mexican food try Bernies Restaurant and Bar.  Chef owned and operated, Bernies adds his unique flair to traditional and Mexican entrees in Montgomery Center, VT.

Authentic cuisine from Thailand are also a mainstay with Dusit Thai Cuisine in Newport, VT., also home to Lago Trattoria, that serves authentic Italian and Mediterranean cuisine including seafood, pasta, brick oven pizza made with Vermont grown vegetables and herbs.

Can't get to Newport?  If you're in or near St. Johnsbury you'll be near Cantina de Gerardo another truly authentic Italian restaurant serving finer cuisine on Main Street. 

For the health conscious, Juniper's Restaurant might suit your pallet.  The restaurant focusses on presenting, in part, organic and health foods as a menu choice.  Don't worry about depriving your dinner guests of French fries, as they serve those too.

Many restaurants up here, however, will serve local produce and meats when in season.  Local farms produce milk, cheese, along with squash and corn.

Upcoming Events

Saturday, October 28
The Kingdom Challenge 1/2 Marathon
Newport Monster Bash
Great Pumpkin Walk & Haunted House

Wednesday, November 1
Geezum Crow It's November - Art Exhibit

Friday, November 10
Biggest Buck and Lottery Contest - Last Day To Enter!!!

Saturday, November 18
An Evening with Amy Helm

Saturday, November 25
Country Crafters Craft Fair

Thursday, November 30
Natalie MacMaster and Donnell Leahy-A Cape Breton Christmas

Saturday, December 2
Burkelyn Arts Council - Christmas Market

Sunday, December 3
Burkelyn Arts Council - Christmas Market

 

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