(Published in 7 Nights 2009-10)
When bars advertise they’ve got “rock,” they’re usually talking about music.
At McGrath’s Pub, in an inn on Pico Mountain, they mean it literally: The dining room and pub are built around a massive boulder.
(Published in 7 Nights 2004-05)
(Published in 7 Nights 2005-06)
Before last July, Brandon was best known for its downtown truck traffic problem. Now the little burg between Middlebury and Rutland is on the map for its moules marinières.
(Published in 7 Nights 2006-07)
The Blue Benn and Miss Lyndonville may get more press, but when you're seeking swivel stools and sausage gravy in the heart of Rutland County, Castleton's art-deco Birdseye Diner is what's for breakfast, lunch and dinner. Locals, students and summer people all patronize the lovingly restored 1940s "Silk City" eatery on Main Street, with its bright orange neon sign and chrome-and-porcelain detailing.
(Published in 7 Nights 2008-09)
Back Home Again Café, food is a religion — literally. The group that runs the café is part of an international Christian sect known as the Twelve Tribes Communities. Its bearded men and make-up-free women look a bit like Amish hippies as they submit to perpetual kitchen duty for Christ.
(Published in 7 Nights 2007-08)
Frog City Cheese is a family owned and operated cheese manufacturing business located at the Plymouth Cheese Factory on the President Calvin Coolidge Historic Site Cheese Factory in Plymouth Notch, Vermont. The factory and retail store are open every day from 9:30-5:00 until the end of October. Visitors can watch the cheese making process through several viewing windows. Please call ahead for days and times. Customers will also enjoy visiting our retail shop which carries a variety of Vermont-made cheeses and other specialty foods. We focus on specialty products from Vermont and New England.
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