Where to eat, drink and be merry in the greens!

Table magazine is your guide to restaurants, bars and nightclubs, specialty markets, food purveyors, wineries, breweries and distilleries in Morrisville, Stowe, Waterbury, the Mad River Valley and beyond. Table includes editorial content, menus and a restaurant index. Let us help you set your table.

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Restaurant Menus: Breakfast, lunch, dinner, brunch and late-night diningLocal Markets: Delicious sandwiches, bakery items and Vermont productsBreweries & Wineries: Local wine and beer, artisan cider and craft spirits…

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Topnotch Resort and Spa features two restaurants:

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“Chinese Gourmet Hibachi Steak House” reads the sign in front of this Mountain Road restaurant. Say what?

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This soon-to-be-not-so-small cidery has met with nothing but success since opening in August 2013; so much success, in fact, that sales have quadrupled and the company has outgrown its tasting room, which closed in mid-O…

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It has a cool 25-foot-long, brass-topped bar with a foot rail made of an actual railroad tie. It has funky depot lights and black-and-white photos of vintage trains. It has a little track embedded in the floor that guide…

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It’s no surprise that Fodor’s, the venerable travel guide, tags The Pitcher Inn as “romantic,” “luxurious,” “sophisticated” and “Fodor’s choice” in its online edition.

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Michael’s advertises itself as “chef-owned,” and indeed, chef Michael Kloeti — who started his classical cooking training in his native Switzerland at age 15 — is certainly at the heart of the business.

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(BPT) - Parents are struggling to provide for their families during these uncertain and challenging times. A recent survey conducted by the Brookings Institution finds 1 in 5 young children in the U.S. are not getting enough food during this pandemic, and food insecurity is rising at an unpr…

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(BPT) - Whether students are attending class in person, virtually or a hybrid version of both, there's one thing everyone has in common: A lot more education is happening digitally. Screens are a valuable tool in education, but they also can have health implications, including stress on the eyes.

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(NAPSI)—Although the holiday season may be a little different this year for families, you don’t have to say goodbye to fun and good cheer.Create new traditions and make lasting memories of good times together with fun family projects. For example, you can cook up some great gifts in your own…

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