We'll have two nights in Burlington early in June. It's a tour, and one of them will be a dinner cruise on Lake Champlain, so that's set. But one night is free, and we'd like to have some really wonderful food; both delicious and interesting is the goal. (We live in Northampton, where the bar is set pretty low.)
Browsing turns up Hen of the Woods and L'Amante, but there seem to be LOTS of restaurants, and Chowhounders are more likely to know and recommend really good places than other websites we could mention (ahem). Our favorite foods are, in no particular order, new American, French, Italian (the Hub), Chinese/Japanese (me). Our idea of a great dining city is Portland, if that gives a clue. Will appreciate any suggestions, help, guidance. The more opinionated, the better!
Just discovered two things: 1. we'll be dining out on a Monday night 2. we're staying at Best Western Windjammer without car, so will probably need somewhere pretty close. Rats! Does A Single Pebble fit the bill?
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