Best American Restaurants in White River Junction

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Best American Restaurants in White River Junction

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White River Junction Restaurants

Elixir
Elixir
(882)
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American | White River Junction, Vermont

Had gone to the Elixir years ago and at the time we thought the atmosphere and food not as good as other restaurant options. We were pleasantly surprised when we tried Elixir this week before going to the theater. It wasn't as noisy and the menu was more focused with a good wine selection. The wait staff was accommodating, making sure we were on time for the show, and efficient. We would definitely go back and can recommend it. More

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Discover White River Junction

If it's New England regional fare you crave, White River Junction is an excellent choice. With the sugar maple as the official state tree, it's only natural that you'll find local diners and cafés serving up pancakes and waffles topped with syrup and gift stores offering maple sugar candies. Vermont is also known for its cheeses, so make sure to stop by a local farm to taste some of the state's renowned local cheeses. Beekeepers in the area offer raw honey, harvested in small batches, that's perfect on a piece of toast. At the end of the day, White River Junction's craft beer culture is well worth exploring; many craft beer makers offer tours with attached diners serving the best of the brewery with classic local dishes.

Discover White River Junction

If it's New England regional fare you crave, White River Junction is an excellent choice. With the sugar maple as the official state tree, it's only natural that you'll find local diners and cafés serving up pancakes and waffles topped with syrup and gift stores offering maple sugar candies. Vermont is also known for its cheeses, so make sure to stop by a local farm to taste some of the state's renowned local cheeses. Beekeepers in the area offer raw honey, harvested in small batches, that's perfect on a piece of toast. At the end of the day, White River Junction's craft beer culture is well worth exploring; many craft beer makers offer tours with attached diners serving the best of the brewery with classic local dishes.