Best American Restaurants in Lyndonville

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Best American Restaurants in Lyndonville

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Lyndonville Restaurants

Pica-Pica Filipino Cuisine
Pica-Pica Filipino Cuisine
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Filipino | Lyndonville, Vermont

Outstanding. What a find! Flavorful, unique food an wonderful service. More

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Juniper's at The Wildflower Inn
Juniper's at The Wildflower Inn
(351)
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American | Lyndonville, Vermont

Never had a bad meal or moody server at Juniper’s. Creative chef and well-trainee, experienced servers who are most friendly and efficient. Also super accommodating with any special dietary concerns. Our fave restaurant in the Kingdom Trails area More

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Discover Lyndonville

Nestled between the White Mountains and the Canadian border, Lyndonville offers its visitors and residents the opportunity to experience Vermont dining. Stop by a classic American diner to sample a variety of maple-flavored dishes like pancakes topped with real maple syrup or a maple-bacon doughnut made with ingredients from the nearby maple forests. You can also enjoy a bowl of New England clam chowder to warm up after a cool day on the mountains. The town's cafés and bistros boast menus that focus on using local ingredients in creative ways, and you can enjoy your meal with a locally brewed beer. If you need something different, you can visit an Italian spot for pasta, a Chinese restaurant for dumplings, or a Thai restaurant for tom yum goong.

Discover Lyndonville

Nestled between the White Mountains and the Canadian border, Lyndonville offers its visitors and residents the opportunity to experience Vermont dining. Stop by a classic American diner to sample a variety of maple-flavored dishes like pancakes topped with real maple syrup or a maple-bacon doughnut made with ingredients from the nearby maple forests. You can also enjoy a bowl of New England clam chowder to warm up after a cool day on the mountains. The town's cafés and bistros boast menus that focus on using local ingredients in creative ways, and you can enjoy your meal with a locally brewed beer. If you need something different, you can visit an Italian spot for pasta, a Chinese restaurant for dumplings, or a Thai restaurant for tom yum goong.