Dining December 21, 2017
9 Restaurants In Vermont That Require A Reservation, And They’re Well Worth The Wait
The best things in life are often worth the wait, and when it comes to these restaurants you’ll want to call ahead. Here are 9 of our favorite VT restaurants where reservations are highly recommended, and we’re sure you’ll agree that the wait was totally worth it!
During these uncertain times, please keep safety in mind and consider adding destinations to your bucket list to visit at a later date.
1. The Silver Fork - 4201 Main Street, Route 7A, Manchester
With only 6 tables and a couple of bar stools, seating is kept intentionally small so reservations are a must. This small setting allows for some of the most welcoming and top notch service you'll ever find!
2. Café Provence - 11 Center Street, Brandon
This chefs/owners are originally from the Provence/Languedoc area, so you're sure to get a taste of authenticity here. Also, you'll find cooking classes every Monday that explore the classic French techniques used to make many of the restaurant’s entrées and desserts. Be sure to call ahead!
3. Basin Harbor - 4800 Basin Harbor Road, Vergennes
From 1886 to present day, the Basin Harbor Club with has been delighting their guests and patrons with scrumptious meals. Guaranteed to please in an absolutely stunning setting!
4. Bailiwicks on Mill - 98 Mill Street, St. Johnsbury
Tucked away on a side street, this popular fine dining spot has great food along with delicious martinis.
5. The Essex Resort & Spa - Essex
Foodies will delight at this resort and spa that has not one, but
two incredible restaurants.
6. Hotel Vermont - 41 Cherry Street, Burlington
Fresh and fabulous dishes await at Burlington's only independent hotel. You'll also love the creative touches both on and off the plates.
7. Red Clover Inn & Restaurant - 7 Woodward Road, Mendon
Handmade and farm to table meals are waiting at this place where the small kitchen produces some big flavor!
8. The Reluctant Panther Inn and Restaurant - 39 West Road, Manchester
The dishes here are upscale and exquisite. Fantastic service, warm hospitality and understated elegance await!
9. Hen of the Wood - 92 Stowe Street, Waterbury
Hen of the Wood is often called one of the best restaurants in the world, and one bite and we're sure you'll agree.
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