I had less time than I thought to blog while I was in Vermont for graduate school. I had even less time to eat anything tasty- except for a quick meal with Andy before he dropped me off at Carmody's in Bennington, Vermont.
The restaurant was recommended to us by a friendly gas station attendant, and it was just what we were looking for. Something fast, simple, and good.
We started with one of our "most frequently ordered" appetizers, buffalo chicken fingers with ranch dressing:
We had been driving for four hours by this point, and these chicken fingers helped ease our appetite and our complete exhaustion.
Then we both had the Southwestern Turkey Burger with sweet potato fries:
I'm not sure what made this turkey burger "southwestern" except for some spicy seasoning in the meat, but it was tasty. The sweet potato fries were a highlight- they were thin and crispy- and I'm always thrilled to see the sweet-fries option on a menu.
This, unfortunately, was the most memorable meal I had for almost two weeks during my stay in Vermont. However, my parents are in town now and that promises some great meals out to some Providence restaurants I've been waiting to try! La Laiterie and Gracie's are both on the list!