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Central Vermont Dining

Shooley | Feb 1, 200812:39 PM

We're going to Woodstock in mid-March, staying at the Woodstocker B&B. We're looking for a really good, fine dining experience. Just two couples; no kids. We've looked at the Jackson House, but hear they've got a brand new chef on the way, so it's an unknown. We've also considered the small, Italian place (Osteria Pane e Salute) in town. Then someone most highly recommended Hemingway's up in Killington. We'd prefer to dine in the town where we're lodged, but don't mind driving a bit if it's as good at Hemingway's as people say. I don't mind pricey, which I understand Hemingway's is, but of course want it to be worth the money: inventive and tasty, but not such slavishly small portions that you feel ripped off. What do you all say about these three places?

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