"And in Vermont, a Yankee is somebody who eats pie for breakfast." Can you really eat pie for breakfast in Vermont? If so, please help make this dream a reality! Request for restaurant & nearby place to stay.
I've heard the old saying
, but is it really true? Are there people who eat pie for breakfast in Vermont? If it's true, I want to do this. Heck, even if it's not true, I wouldn't mind a great slice of pie (or two!) for my morning meal.
I will be driving from Quebec City to Boston in early December with a night's stopover somewhere in Vermont. I'm willing to travel off the highway or out of my direct route. I've never been to VT before.
What I'm looking for is: a great, or dare I say the best place in Vermont to eat pie for breakfast. And, hopefully this place will be in or near a beautiful locale. And
, ideally, there would be somewhere quaint and nice to stay close by, so that it's not too far a drive to get to breakfast (we usually camp or hostel; cheaper is better, though we don't mind a splurge for a quirky b&b or small hotel; splurge could be up to $100/night).
Any ideas? Great pie, great place to eat pie for breakfast, great place to stay? Thanks!