Thursday, May 10, 2012

Pigs Prohibited? Sample Vermont Eats

Here is a sample listing from Vermont Eats—this is a sneak preview of a new listing that will be in the next update

Prohibition Pig is known for its large selection of beers (about 24 on tap and over 100 bottles including local and international varieties and three gluten-free) and pub-style fare. You can check out the daily listing of draft beers here. Fans missing the Hurricane Irene-damaged Alchemist Pub will be heartened to learn that the Alchemist's brews are served and most of its staff now work at the Pig.

The Pig loves sweet potatoes—you will find sweet potato fries, sweet potato muffins,  sweet potato bread pudding, sweet potato buns and sweet potato bbq sauce in addition to plenty of non-sweet potato choices from vegie, tempeh and meat burgers to salads, sandwiches, plates and desserts.

Locally made kim chi, root beer, cheeses, and tempeh as well as Vermont-grown fruit and vegetables are used to create the menu options. In addition to its local beers, The Pig's alcohol offerings include Vermont-made Barr Hill Gin, Whistle Pig Rye, and Dunc's Mill Rums.

Located on Waterbury's Main Street right where The Alchemist used to be: 23 South Main Street, Waterbury, VT 05676, 802-244-4120

Open 7 days a week. Monday to Thursday the bar is open 4 pm to 12 midnight & dining until 10 pm; Friday & Saturday the bar is open 3 pm to 1 am, dining from 4 pm to 11pm; Sunday the bar is open 3 pm to 12 midnight, dining 4 pm to 9 pm
$ Starters $4-10; Salads & Sandwiches $7-9; Plates $14-19

Sunday, May 6, 2012

Vermont Eats...Again

I am thrilled to announce the launch of the Vermont Eats app.... again. Due to some technical difficulties the app got off to a rough start last fall, but it is now available as an individual app on both the iTunes® store and the Android Market.

Vermont Eats is a tour de force of the great, green, groovy food scene in Vermont.

Vermont Eats has over 1500 photos and 470 entries, all searchable by price, region and type of business including farmer's markets, artisan cheeses, farm-to-table restaurants, micro-breweries, pizzas, gluten-free foods, vegetarian options, organic farms, health food stores and about thirty more categories
—all easy-to-find with built-in Google maps.

Vermont Eats is a must-have for both residents and travelersyou won't want to leave home without this App! Eat well and enjoy!