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Burlington fine dining

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I lived in Vermont for 20+ years and will be going back in a few days for a short visit. I'm looking at the restaurants in the Burlington area and they don't seem to be of the quality that I remember from the 70's and 80's. I know the Ice House and Paulines are still there - but are there any new "fine" didning options?

Right now I'm thinking of the Basin Harbor since I will be driving up from Middlebury.

My other option is someplace with fried whole belly clams and good homemade ice cream....

Thanks in advance!

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