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Arrigoni Winery

Want to pair wine with pancakes or pumpkin pie? Arrigoni’s specialty wines are subtly crafted, and your tasting favorites may surprise you. Chocolate Love, a red blend, has just hints of the chocolate infused at the end. Smashed Pumpkin is a crisp, autumnal white made with locally grown fruit. And

The Sunnyside Diner’s Recipe for Dutch Baby

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The Sunnyside Diner’s Recipe for Dutch Baby

Editor’s Note: The Sunnyside Diner is now closed, but you can still get their recipe for Dutch Baby by clicking the link below.

It’s a water-view breakfast spot out of central casting: a gray-clapboard building facing the marshy coast of the Warren River. In warm weather, customers linger at outdoor tables

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Chapman’s Country Store

Since 1924, members of the Chapman family have been steadily expanding the stock of this old pharmacy, founded in 1897. It includes 10,000 hand-tied flies, Mexican silver and Indonesian jewelry, used books, maple syrup, paddleboards, USGS maps, and an unusual selection of affordable toys. Fishing licenses also available. BEST SURPRISE

Hot & Heavy

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Hot & Heavy

The hotter the fire, the better, says Morse, who recommends soft-wood slabs to feed the flames. “Simmering is not a friend of maple syrup,” he notes. When the sap threatens to boil over, throw in a pat of butter to calm the froth.

Green Mountain Sugar House

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Green Mountain Sugar House

Producers of Vermont’s finest award winning maple syrup. Sugarhouse and gift shop attached, view the sugarhouse and then shop from our great selection of maple syrup, maple candies and Vermont food products and gifts and enjoy a maple creemee. We do ship.

Daily Chocolate

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Daily Chocolate

The cream, butter, and maple syrup come from local sources, but the cherries marinated in port wine and the macadamia nut clusters are unearthly.
7 Green St.
Vergennes, VT
802-877-0087
dailychocolate.net

Harman’s Cheese & Country Store

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Harman’s Cheese & Country Store

Really-Aged Cheddar Cheese; aged 2 full years. Unique country store & mail-order business providing the best products and service to customers for over 50 years. Stop in for free sample of Cheddar to see why it’s called “World’s Greatest” Cheddar Cheese. Other unusually good products: Hickory-Smoked Cheddar, Old-Fashioned New England

Harman’s Cheese and Country Store

Harman’s Cheese and Country Store

Really-Aged Cheddar Cheese; aged 2 full years. Unique country store & mail-order business providing the best products and service to customers for over 50 years. Stop in for free sample of Cheddar to see why it’s called “World’s Greatest” Cheddar Cheese. Other unusually good products: Hickory-Smoked Cheddar, Old-Fashioned New

Liberty Hill Farm

At Beth Kennett’s 270-head dairy farm, guests wake up to house-made pork sausage and local maple syrup, spend the day collecting eggs or shoveling Holstein pies, and then relax on the porch as the stars come out. Rates: from $90 per person ($70 teen/$50 child), including full breakfast and dinner.

Mary Prentiss Inn

This Neoclassical lodging within walking distance of Porter and Harvard squares blends historic charm (high tea) with modern niceties (free parking, wireless). A hot breakfast is served every morning with local specialties like banana–nut waffles and Vermont maple syrup. Try to reserve Room 9, which boasts a wood-burning fireplace. Rates:

McLaughlin Vineyards

Sitting on a hilltop terrace, sample one of the vineyard’s seven wines. The former barn, now two intimate tasting rooms, is also a shop stocked with local art and artisanal foods. Try the farm’s own maple syrup. BEST WINERY & GIFT SHOP.

Parker’s Maple Barn Restaurant

Set in a 19th-century barn, the folks at Parker’s serve breakfast all day, offering their own maple syrup to pour over waffles, French toast, or pancakes. Those who prefer lunch needn’t miss out; the menu offers maple baked beans, maple ribs, and a maple frappe. Open early February through late

Pomegranate Inn

Best Breakfast As An Art FormInnkeeper and cookbook author Dana Moos prepares gourmet breakfasts that are as gorgeous to view as they are delicious to eat. She treats the plate as a canvas, balancing tastes, textures, and colors in dishes such as asparagus/caramelized-shallots/goat-cheese frittata and lemon-zest French toast with Maine

Shelburne Farms

Shelburne Farms

A National Historic Landmark located on a 1,400-acre working farm with inn and restaurant, Shelburne Farms has become a leader in the local-foods movement with farm-based education programs for both children and adults. The children’s farmyard attraction is one-of-a-kind. Farm meats, cheeses, and maple syrup are all available for purchase.

Sugar & Spice

BEST PUMPKIN PANCAKESHunker down to light-as-a-feather flapjacks crowned with maple syrup made right here. Dessert after breakfast? Of course–a maple-crunch sundae!Time your visit for late March and you’ll be scooping hot maple syrup straight from the evaporator onto your buckwheat pancakes. The plank-walled eatery doubles as a sugarhouse.

The Belted Cow Bistro

Best Use of Local FlavorsTry the two-bite “sliders,” made with local pork and served with spicy kimchee slaw and ginger- and-scallion relish. Another seasonal highlight: butternut-squash soup, enhanced with a whisper of maple syrup. Entrees: from $20.The Belted Cow Bistro’s chef/owner, John Delpha, earned his culinary stripes in some of

Vermont Gift Barn

You’ll find a full array of Vermont-made things, from maple syrup to pottery to furniture, at this unique shop, housed in (you guessed it) a real barn. BEST GIFT SHOP.

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