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Vadeboncoeur Pops Up to Serve Hikers at Snake Mountain

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Published October 1, 2019 at 1:56 p.m.
Updated October 2, 2019 at 10:03 a.m.


Vadeboncoeur's café at Snake Mountain - COURTESY OF SNAKE MOUNTAIN
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  • Vadeboncoeur's café at Snake Mountain

Over this summer's gardening season, Julianne and Didier Murat's Vadeboncoeur café was ensconced at Red Wagon Plants in Hinesburg. Now that it's fall hiking season, the café is popping up in a new seasonally appropriate location: across from the trailhead of Snake Mountain in Addison.

The couple, who sold Vergennes Laundry in 2017, are offering a range of sweet and savory cakes in a former granary on the Wilmarth homestead, which is owned by Bob and Lisa Schatz. The Murats also serve coffee and hot cocoa and plan to add a few more picnic foods, Julianne said.

They will be open during hiking hours on weekends through the end of October or "until it's too cold," she said. "You don't have to hike to come," Julianne clarified. For updates, check vadeboncoeurnougat.com.

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