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We regularly get a "take and bake" pizza from the Good Times. They are one of the very few pizza places that offers this option and we love it. Their thin crust pizza is fantastic and their choices for toppings very good.
Good Times Cafe is my favorite restaurant in Hinesburg. It is the standard to which I hold up "grown up" pizzas to. There are so many gourmet varieties and they understand what you mean when you want to build your own "white" pizza. My other...favorite dishes are the Crawfish Etouffe, Gumbo, Jambalya and Chana Masala. The value is very good AND they often host live music nights (though it can get crowded in the small dining area.)More
A favorite place to go where you can reliably get delicious food for a reasonable price. The cafe is not fancy, it is a cosy place to have a meal and talk one-on-one or with a small group of friends. Specials and soup of the...day are always good choices, and hope that they have key lime pie available for dessert!More
We were visiting family in Hinesburg and were taken to the Good Times for dinner. The food was simply fantastic. Their thin crust pizza was excellent and "generous." They eclectic food choices were all good ranging from gumbo to amazing salads.
The Cafe is also...known for its live music and it was a treat to look at all the pictures of musicians that have performed in the small place.
We hope to visit again when in Vermont.More
Good Cajun food is hard to find in Vermont, but Good Times Cafe has it in Hinesburg. I don't live there, but it is worth the drive for some real, Louisiana-style Cajun food. The Crawfish Etouffe and the Gumbo are awesome. Best I have had...in Vermont. They also bring in some excellent acoustic musicians (blues, jazz, folk) there, too.More
My wife and I came here not realizing it was a "music night". We were two hours early for that so thought we'd be in and out before it got crowded. There were plenty of tables available but that soon changed. We ordered a pizza...(just ok) and waited quite a while to get it. While waiting the head chef (owner?) came out into the seating area and proceeded to turn light bulbs further into their sockets to turn them on as more people were sitting down. (No switches?!!!) then I watched as he went back in the kitchen and proceeded to handle food again with out washing his hands. Not cool. As more and more people came to hear the music, the woman behind the counter actually encouraged those people to come stand next to the seated eating customers to "hurry us along". When I asked for pie, she askd if I'd take it home! Excuse me for being a paying customer! She handles money, tap handles and your food, no gloves, and no hand washing. Yuk! We won't be back.More