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wut_the_phuck t1_j3ri207 wrote

In Bennington there is the publyk house.


patsboston t1_j3r1xo7 wrote

Cloudland Farm or Simon Pearce


Unique-Public-8594 t1_j3r358u wrote

Do either of these have outdoor dining?


papercranium t1_j3r7g2l wrote

Simon Pearce has a screened in dining porch during warm weather. It's quite lovely.


Unique-Public-8594 t1_j3r7ne7 wrote

Thanks. I did not know.


alfonseski t1_j3rfy5k wrote

You are looking down at the covered bridge and waterfalls. On the flip side in the summer jumping into the river you can see the Diners up there.


quartadecima t1_j3rkp6r wrote

Athens Diner by Exit 16 on 89.


BudsKind802 t1_j3ro2bz wrote

Good food locations:

  • Waterworks has nice views of the river both patio and inside.

  • Trapp Family Lodge and the Trapp Family Dining room have some great views of their property. Be aware the dining room had a dress code the last time I went.

  • Michael's on the Hill has a nice view of Waterbury.

Less good food locations:

  • The Shanty has nice views of Lake Champlain.

  • Many of the larger ski resorts have restaurants near the base that are open to the public. Stowe has a nice cafe at Spruce peak.

  • Skinny pancake in Burlington looks out on the lake.

  • Bayside Pavilion in St Albans is also right on the lake


Unique-Public-8594 t1_j3rwdzb wrote

Which of these have big views from every table?


BudsKind802 t1_j3rynzu wrote

Shanty probably had the most tables with view but hands down the worst food. But for almost every place listed in the whole thread, you can call and make a reservation requesting one of the window tables.


Eiixb t1_j3rp0aa wrote

Peak Lodge at Killington.


Kiernanstrat t1_j3s0ztu wrote

Michaels on the Hill has a nice view.