New York Times article on Burlington misses the Best!
A recent New York Times article in the Travel Section missed a great deal that this energized, hip and beautiful Vermont city has to offer!
36 Hours in Burlington, Vermont
It is no surprise that Burlington, a city whose biggest exports include the jam band Phish and Ben & Jerry’s, has a chill, socially conscious vibe. But for all its worldliness — antiglobalization rallies and fair-trade products abound — Burlington has lately turned an eye to the local. The Lake Champlain shoreline has undergone a renaissance in recent years, with gleaming new hotels, bike and sailboat rental shops and parks with sweeping views of the Adirondack Mountains. But perhaps the strongest emphasis on local can be found in the city’s developing restaurant scene, where menus are now filled with heirloom tomatoes and grass-fed beef from (where else?) Vermont. And you’re practically required to wash it all down with a local microbrew.
Source: New York Times – 36 Hours in Burlington Vermont
For example, the article did not mention The Willard Street Inn, the Lang House as great places to stay the night. It missed the Skinny Pancake – an extraordinary creperie on the lake, Trattoria Delia and Pulcinella’s
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