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J1836 Aug 10, 2011 01:44 PM

Looking for a breakfast spot between Stowe and Canadian Border... Craving for fluffy pancakes, so heads-up on that would be appreciated!

Will be direction Montreal... small detours are no big deal.

Any tips greatly appreciated.

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    rasalhanout Aug 26, 2011 11:54 AM

    Favorite breakfast places in Burlington: First, Penny Cluse, per the prior message. Second, Magnolia Bistro, http://www.magnoliabistro.com/. I find the food at Sneakers too busy, but some people love it. On a weekend expect a 30 minute wait at any of these places.

    Hardwick is somewhat of a detour northeast of Stowe. If you're willing to go that far you might also check out Rainbow Sweets in Marshfield. It may not have pancakes, but the owner (known as a 'character,' I enjoy him) is an incredibly good patissier.

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    Penny Cluse Cafe
    169 Cherry St, Burlington, VT 05401

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      chuck s Aug 26, 2011 11:12 AM

      Dutch Pancake House in Stowe. I like the savory pancakes with potato and onions. Its a cross between a pancake and crepe.

      1. 3catsnh Aug 17, 2011 04:12 AM

        We often stop in Sneakers Bistro in Winooski, Vermont on our way up and back from Montreal.
        sneakersbistro.com

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        Sneakers Bistro & Cafe
        36 Main St, Winooski, VT 05404

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          jarschef Aug 16, 2011 07:25 PM

          If you would detour into burlington.. Penny Cluse Cafe is amazing!

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          Penny Cluse Cafe
          169 Cherry Street, Burlington, VT

          Penny Cluse Cafe
          169 Cherry St, Burlington, VT 05401

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            baltymoron Aug 13, 2011 08:50 PM

            village restaurant in hardwick is kind of nice and cute- right over a river in a cute town. This was a favorite of former chief supreme court justice Rehnquist.

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