After a 4 hour bike ride, we were heading back to our little B&B when the urge for an early dinner and-- most urgently, cold beer-- hit us. Passing by the Good Times Cafe in scenic Hineburg, we gambled that this was our place. We were not disappointed!
The slightly limited, but appealing menu featured several dishes I associate with New Orleans, like crawfish ettouffe, jambalaya and gumbo. What a surprise! My wife and sister-in-law went for the gumbo and I chose a simple thin crust pizza with sliced tomatoes and pesto. Everything was delicious (I tried the gumbo too)-- very fresh and tasty. Oh, yeah, the salads likewise tasted as if the lettuce was picked within the hour.
Most important, the cafe had several local beers on tap and served generous mugs. The beer was cold and delish, but probably a warm Schlitz would have tasted OK at that point, parched as we were.
Although they had several tables inside, during the summer it was a no-brainer to dine al fresco at one of the umbrella-shaded tables in the front. All in all, this cute place won our Tour de Vermont yellow jersey!
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