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Hemingway's in Killington. What's up?

rockbound Jul 12, 2012 04:37 PM

15 yrs. ago I dined at Hemingways a few times and loved it. Went to their website and couldn't figure out if Hurricane Irene permanently closed them or not. Can anybody set me straight? Thx 'hounds

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  1. CindyJ RE: rockbound Jul 24, 2012 07:16 AM

    We also dined at Hemingway's about 15 (or more) years ago, and looked for information about the place when we were up that way last fall, shortly after the hurricane. Hemingway's was closed, of course, and there was no indication if/when it would reopen.

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      jackiew RE: CindyJ Jul 24, 2012 12:01 PM

      Hemingway's closed several years ago.

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        cflynn RE: jackiew Jul 24, 2012 01:26 PM

        Yes, hurricane Irene did them in. Very unfortunate as the Killington area lacks high end places (although Birch Ridge Inn is excellent) - and I've dined there since before I knew what great food meant. I believe Chef Ted and his wife paired up with local farms for a concept dining approach although we haven't indulged as of yet. Going back next month and will look them up and report.

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      Shann RE: rockbound Jul 25, 2012 05:22 AM

      As has been said, it is closed. The building is vacant and there is a for sale sign up.

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