After last summer's upheaval, we're always looking for a way to help revitalize Waterbury. A sign of good things brewing — several of the town's restaurants are serving delicious Vermont Restaurant Week meals, including a pair of popular pubs.
Brand-new Prohibition Pig has two menus — one for $15, another for $25. Both feature Southern-style starters such as pork cracklings and desserts including sweet potato bread pudding. The lower-priced menu focuses on sandwiches while the $25 entrées consist of smoked meats with a choice of two sides.
The Reservoir is back for a second year, offering an eclectic mix of dishes made from local products. The $15 menu starts with a choice of shrimp satay with Vermont kimchee or vegetarian "Rez puppies," stuffed with goat cheese. The meal ends with caramel-apple cornbread served à la mode with housemade molasses ice cream.
Click here to see the full menu or to learn more about Prohibition Pig.
Click here to see the full menu or to learn more about the Reservoir.