The Restaurant at Burdick Chocolate is a little bit of Paris transplanted to New England. Its casually elegant French bistro-style atmosphere and sophisticated menus evoke the Old World and dining by the Seine, even though we are located in the heart of the Connecticut River Valley.
Our daily and seasonally changing menus are developed emphasizing use of the many diverse organic, natural and artisan ingredients produced locally and regionally. James Bergin, our talented and imaginative executive chef, leads his culinary team in creating dishes showcasing French gastronomic precision. The same thoughtfulness and care put into our cuisine is found on our wine list, which features a selection of bottles mindfully chosen to highlight the nuances in every dish.
The Restaurant at Burdick Chocolate is a serene and inviting spot, whether for a casual lunch and cocktails with close friends or a celebratory - perhaps romantic - dinner and champagne.
Trio of Patés - grain mustard, pickled vegetables, crostini
Grilled Octopus - potato, fennel, roasted onion, lemon vinaigrette
Ricotta Cavatelli - pancetta, peas, gruyère cheese & parmesan broth
Goat Cheese Salad - organic greens, warm goat cheese,
pickled shallot vinaigrette, honey
Lyonnaise Salad - frisée, warm bacon vinaigrette, lardons,
croutons, poached duck eggs
Pan Roasted Cod - roasted corn, summer vegetables & smoked shrimp butter
House Beef Stew - roasted tomato, olives, whipped potatoes
Honey Roasted Duck Breast - with roasted peaches, fingerling
potatoes and grilled red onion
Leg of Lamb - daily preparation
Risotto - with zucchini, green onion & shrimp
Founded by six New Hampshire artists Donna Allen, Evelien Bachrach-Seeger, Carole-Anne Centre, Diane Gibbons, Gundy Khouw and Martine Villalard-Bohnsack, The Lone Mountain Artists grew from the camaraderie developed in the challenging and inspirational watercolor classes taught by Seeger at the Sharon Arts Center. Wanting to spend more time creating art and expanding artistic horizons, a few of her students decided to pursue their training at Evelien’s studio and later, at the Harris Center for Conservation Education. The bond and commitment strengthened and in the spring of 2007 The Lone Mountain Artists was formed.
On display through July 28, 2014
"Contemplating the Man in the Moon"
Watercolor & Gunpowder
by Carole-Anne Centre
1.) Follow Vermont's Interstate 91 to Exit 5. Continue east (turn left off the exit ramp if arriving from the north; turn right if arriving from the south) to T intersection and turn right onto Rte 5 South.
2.) Follow Rte 5 South for just over a mile, then make a left (under the railway bridge) onto Rte 123.
3.) Follow Rte 123 across Connecticut River. At the stop sign turn right onto Rte 12 South.
4.) Follow Rte 12 South to blinking traffic lights, make a left onto South Street, following South St to stop sign.
5.) Turn left onto Main Street. Continue for approximately 500 yards - L.A. Burdick is on left.