Restaurants in Vermont

It is rare to find a café in Vermont that does not serve genuine maple syrup with pancakes or French toast. The importance of maple syrup plus a large population of vintage diners means that breakfast is a big deal in this state. That good syrup also is the flavor foundation for creemees, the Green Mountain State’s version of custard, as well as for maple cream pie, maple donuts, and maple ice cream. As a matter of fact, Vermont just may be the nation’s #1 ice cream state, with small-batch farms and parlors producing pints of the creamiest anywhere. It also is a place where traditional hidebound Yankee fare still can be found in the form of red flannel hash, Indian pudding, and American chop suey.

Vermont’s Most Famous Dishes

A plated stack of 5 hefty pancakes with pitchers of melted butter and syrup

Pancakes

Rough-hewn corned beef hash contains big hunks of potato

Corned Beef Hash

Freshly baked assorted bagels for sale, hung on wall pegs

Bagels

BBQ-sauced beans in a blue bowl

BBQ Beans

Vermont’s Best Restaurants

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