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Sweetwaters on Church Street

Restaurant Review - Burlington, Vermont

In a warm and welcoming atmosphere, diners can enjoy a drink, a light snack or a full meal at Sweetwaters Grill on Church Street in Burlington.

By Allison Flint | October 23, 2012
The Storm Café

Restaurant Review - Middlebury, Vermont

On the shores of the roaring Otter Creek in Middlebury, Vermont, stop by the Storm Café, if you like excellent food and great service in a comfortable atmosphere.

By Allison Flint | July 26, 2012
The Skinny Pancake

Restaurant Review - Burlington, Vermont

The waterfront in Burlington, Vermont is an intriguing combination of old and new. The historic architecture and views over Lake Champlain create a charming atmosphere where you can indulge in all...

By Allison Flint | March 08, 2012
Sabai Sabai

Restaurant Review – Middlebury, Vermont

In this technological age, how does one review a restaurant that is so new it doesn’t have a website or online menu yet? You go to it, obviously, and so should you.

By Allison Flint | March 02, 2012
Nutty Steph’s

Middlesex, Vermont

Much like an old school speakeasy, “Bacon Thursdays” at Nutty Steph’s in Middlesex caters to forbidden desires.

By Devin Bramhall | January 05, 2012
Things Maple

Is there anything that says “Vermont” more than Maple Syrup?

By Michael F. Bisceglia, Jr. | November 18, 2011
The Lasting Taste of the Apple Harvest in Vermont

While we celebrate and enjoy our fall apples in Vermont, mail order delivery allow us to enjoy them anytime and anywhere.

By Allison Flint | November 04, 2011
The Vermont Grape

Lincoln Peak Vineyard and Winery

High quality and great tasting northern wines are steadily pouring in local Vermont markets.

By Allison Flint | January 03, 2011
Halloween Stuffed Baked Pumpkin


Throughout Fall pumpkins and gourds can be seen throughout New England, adorning the front of homes and adding an autumnal twist to table decorations.

By Mark B. Oliver | October 25, 2010

The Green Mountain State’s nickname is derived from its stunning mountains, which are central to tourism, industry and maple syrup production. Vermont’s rugged terrain has developed a way of life that typifies the independent Yankee spirit, with ingenuity that many people ascribe to New Englanders.

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