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Jay Village Inn
Jay Village Inn
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When Vernon Hamel, known as “JR,” opened the Jay Village Inn & Restaurant several years ago, he brought 31 years of experience with
him. He has been providing high-quality food and service
to the people of the Jay area “forever,” as he puts it. Mr. Hamel and his staff of 14 offer something for everyone — burgers, pizza, handcut
steaks, fresh seafood, and ribs. They offer lunches daily as well, and also now serve breakfast daily from 6:30-11 a.m.

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jay village innWhen Vernon Hamel, known as “JR,” opened the Jay Village Inn & Restaurant several years ago, he brought 31 years of experience with
him. He has been providing high-quality food and service
to the people of the Jay area “forever,” as he puts it. Mr. Hamel and his staff of 14 offer something for everyone — burgers, pizza, handcut
steaks, fresh seafood, and ribs. They offer lunches daily as well, and also now serve breakfast daily from 6:30-11 a.m. The inn began as a barn, built in 1902, which Mr. Hamel remodeled over the past five years. Far from its former purpose, the inn has 16 rooms, a 45-seat restaurant, and a small pub with a full service bar. Guests may enjoy the heated outdoor pool or hot tub, the indoor sauna, and the pool table. The Jay Village Inn offers weekly pool tournaments as well as horseshoe tournaments in the summer.
The inn is open year-round, and can accommodate wedding rehearsal dinners. There is plenty of parking. They are located on the VAST trail. Mr. Hamel and the staff are very community minded; they want you to come back over and over again. Every time you eat at the Jay Village Inn you will walk away feeling fulfilled. Go ahead and make the trip to downtown Jay — you won’t regret it. A great dining alternative! Join them for breakfast, lunch and dinner! Open daily at 6:30 a.m.

1078 Rte. 242, Jay, VT 05859 • (802) 988-2306

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(802) 988-2306
1078 Rte. 242
Jay
VT
05859
Le Belvedere
Le Belvedere

If you’re looking for a unique fine-dining experience, Le Belvedere is a must. The young restaurant offers a gorgeous view of Lake Memphremagog, as well as an unusual and delicious culinary repertoire. Where else can you get sushi, or tapas, those little plates of delectables that are somewhere between an appetizer and a meal?

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DR2If you’re looking for a unique fine-dining experience, Le Belvedere is a must. The young restaurant offers a gorgeous view of Lake Memphremagog, as well as an unusual and delicious culinary repertoire. Where else can you get sushi, or tapas, those little plates of delectables that are somewhere between an appetizer and a meal?

Dena Gray of the East Side Restaurant opened Le Belvedere two years ago with the idea of providing a new kind of dining experience in the Northeast Kingdom. The menu is seasonal and fresh. Thursday is sushi night. Every night includes French cuisine prepared by chef Jason Marcoux, an extensive wine list, martinis you may never have thought of, and friendly, personalized service.

Le Belvedere’s waiters and waitresses pay attention to details and try to make sure the customer’s experience is 100 percent satisfactory. In fact, if you’ve been there more than once, chances are your server will remember your preferences.

Enjoy a drink at the bar, celebrate special events such as birthdays or anniversaries, or just plan to have a truly terrific and unusual dining experience at Le Belvedere.

100 Main St., Newport, VT 05855 • 487-9147

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100 Main Street
Newport
VT
05855
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Parson’s Corner
Parson’s Corner

Parson’s Corner in Barton serves both hearty lunches and breakfasts Wednesday through Monday. (The restaurant is closed on Tuesdays.) Ingredients are fresh, meals are made to order, and the coffee is bracing. Parson’s Corner has daily lunch specials such as their tasty, hand battered fried fish. They make their own corned beef, and the pastrami for delicious Reubens is smoked in-house. Owner David Rath found a love for food while working in MacKinac Island and attended business and culinary arts school. He took over at Parson’s Corner ten months ago, and the parking lot in downtown Barton is generally full.

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Dave Rath

Dave Rath

Are you looking for good, homecooked food? Parson’s Corner in Barton serves both hearty lunches and breakfasts Wednesday through Monday. (The restaurant is closed on Tuesdays.) Ingredients are fresh, meals are made to order, and the coffee is bracing. Parson’s Corner has daily lunch specials such as their tasty, hand battered fried fish. They make their own corned beef, and the pastrami for delicious Reubens is smoked in-house.

Owner David Rath found a love for food while working in MacKinac Island and attended business and culinary arts school. He took over at Parson’s Corner ten months ago, and the parking lot in downtown Barton is generally full.

Parson’s Corner has a family setting, and its staff is friendly and hard-working. For his part, Mr. Rath says he enjoys greeting his customers and making them feel welcome.

The menu appeals to most everyone and relies heavily on good, old-fashioned, New England fare — hearty soups, burgers, hot and cold sandwiches, fresh salads, and favorites like fries and onion rings.

14 Glover Rd., Barton, VT • (802) 525-4500

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(802) 525-4500
14 Glover Rd.
Barton
VT
05822
Rachel’s Teapot – Café & Tea Room

MP-24“Plain, simple and good home cooking has been the main attraction here. Everything is made fresh in-house — desserts, muffins, soups and daily entrees,” states Rachel Ducharme, owner and cook. The Tea Room is still a convenient room for luncheons, meetings, or gatherings. They accept parties of up to 20 people. Stop in at Rachel’s Teapot Café for a comfortable, homey feeling with good home-cooked food. You can even pre-order takeout quiche, pies, or muffins.

43 Main St., Derby Line, VT 05830 • (802) 873-3505

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(802) 873-3505
43 Main St.
Derby Line
VT
05830
Tavern on the Hill
Tavern on the Hill

tavern pic's 014Tavern on the Hill is a new business adventure, but the staff is quite seasoned.  They are all a part of the 802, and they are owned and vested by each person who walks in the door.

The staff has worked with some of the best around, including Pete Kellaway, Lo Kelly & Dena Gray to name a few.  The business wants to become one of those memorable NEK places, both past and present, like Jimmy’s, Valleys, Lo’s Tavern, and the Nickelodeon Café.  The Tavern is a unique and fun experience, and we also support live acoustic local musicians three times per week or more.  The staff prides itself to be individuals, show personality, and impromptu fun is always had. The Tavern serves cold beer, and great food.

“ We just love what we do, and we appreciate the chance at being allowed to do it.”

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(802) 334-9006
1724 East Main St.
Newport
VT
05855


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