Caroline’s Opens in Jericho

November 10, 2010  
Filed under Business

Diners in northwestern Vermont have a new venue for fine food.

Stephen Burke, owner of the Village Cup in Jericho, is pleased to announce the grand opening of a restaurant next door to the renovated café/bakery. Caroline’s, named in honor of Burke’s late mother, opened for business on Oct. 1.

Burke designed the restaurant to have a feeling of bygone elegance. Antique cherry wood furniture, a grandfather clock, Vermont landscape paintings by Robert Aiken and historic photographs add to the ambience. Even as Burke updated the building for energy efficiency, he retained its vintage flavor. In addition to the main area, there are several smaller rooms and nooks including one intimate setting which has already been informally dubbed “the proposal room.”

While the Village Cup’s bistro is an informal, affordable place where friends might share food with one another, the restaurant is a more upscale setting. The establishments share a kitchen and beer and wine bar, but are two separate entities. Caroline’s seats 60 but has a smaller, more intimate feel with warm, light colors and lace curtains. No seating area holds more than 20 people.

Caroline’s is located at 30 Route 15 in the Jericho Village. Dinner is served from 5 to 10 p.m., daily except Tuesday. For reservations, call 899-2223.

 

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