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irish

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I will be travelling to Vermont in two weeks. Does anyone know of any good restaurants or supermarkets.

Thanks Loretta

Greetings,

Where are you going in Vermont. I live in NH, not far from Vermont. I am going to the Tip Top Pottery / Bakery, it actually has a really nice Restaurant in it. I will be having dinner there tomorrow night. I know that they offer gluten-free food, as I asked them last week. It is in White River Junction Vermont. There is also a COOP store in Hanover and West Lebanon. They have a lot fo gluten-free Food, there are brochures about Gluten when you enter the Lebanon Store . Good luck

Sara

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In the Woodstock/Quechee area I would recommend:

Restaurants: Simon Pearce (fine dining, great location, understand gluten-free...just let them know in advance)

Bentley's in Woodstock has prepared a good gluten-free steak salad for me. Just let them know when you arrive. The chef seems very knowledgeable, came out and spoke to me.

The Quechee Club Grille Room (weekend evenings) or the Deck(lunches and weekday evenings) Call in advance and let them know. Chef is awesome. Food is great!

Grocery Stores:

Mac's in Woodstock has gluten-free pasta (Tinkanyada) some frozen pizza crusts & Amy's Mac & Cheese. Also in Woodstock, Gillingham's General Store now has a small gluten-free shelf with cookies, crackers, etc..

Shaw's in West Lebanon NH (just over the boarder) has a good Wild Harvest section with lots of gluten-free stuff.

Hope this helps!

Ruth Ann

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My coworker just came back from Vermont and she brought us Antler Chips and Kettle Corn, both said gluten free on the bags. She said she bought it in a cute little shop in the country.

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