For such a small state and city to have such a big choice of cool places to eat at is a wonderful thing. It's like the Athens of local food.
It's got a view of the lake and the lake scene, and a bit of a breeze -- very nice place to people-watch and nature-watch.
There's a huge assortment of crepes, and most of what's inside is local. Don't worry about whether there's enough maple syrup.
I apply a little test to see if a restaurant deserves to be treated seriously as a place that actually makes food, rather than reheats stuff from a distributor and charges you, as if they actually cooked it. If they can't make ice tea and instead offer you ice tea in a can, they have no self-respect because they just pretend to run a restaurant.
Here's the skinny: this place serves real tea.
I'm a big fan of the way Vermonters link local food and restaurants and tourism -- it's a major theme of my e-book, Food for City Building. Very nice to see my idea tested and proved here.
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