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cookingguy07 Mar 1, 2013 12:11 PM

Hey my girlfriend's birthday is coming up and she absolutely loves southern style food (grits, mashed potatoes, biscuits, etc...). Is there any great southern style restaurant in Vermont that I can take her to? Help would be appreciated!

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    bm_vt RE: cookingguy07 Mar 1, 2013 12:36 PM

    Prohibition Pig in Waterbury comes to mind. Don't think they have grits though!
    http://www.prohibitionpig.com/

    1. MightyFrog RE: cookingguy07 Mar 2, 2013 07:32 PM

      Yeah, with the closure of River Run in Plainfield a couple years back I think Prohibition Pig in Waterbury is the best bet.

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        nancyl126 RE: cookingguy07 Mar 3, 2013 09:32 PM

        If you live in Western Vermont and Saratoga NY isn't too far, you could go to Hatties. It's a go - to place for incredible fried chicken, jambalaya, catfish, collards, and all things Southern.
        I don't remember if they have grits at dinner, but certainly at brunch.
        We make the trip regularly from Manchester, VT.

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          GG Mora RE: cookingguy07 Mar 6, 2013 10:05 AM

          Downtown Grocery in Ludlow takes southern cues and spins them into something a little more upscale and contemporary. Highly recommended.

          http://thedowntowngrocery.com/

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            windward RE: cookingguy07 May 15, 2013 07:37 AM

            The Vittles Stop in Windsor has some darn good BBQ. Ribs, briscuit, pulled pork and sides.
            Take out place only so have a nice picnic

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