Nestled between the White Mountains and the Canadian border, Lyndonville offers its visitors and residents the opportunity to experience Vermont dining. Stop by a classic American diner to sample a variety of maple-flavored dishes like pancakes topped with real maple syrup or a maple-bacon doughnut made with ingredients from the nearby maple forests. You can also enjoy a bowl of New England clam chowder to warm up after a cool day on the mountains. The town's cafés and bistros boast menus that focus on using local ingredients in creative ways, and you can enjoy your meal with a locally brewed beer. If you need something different, you can visit an Italian spot for pasta, a Chinese restaurant for dumplings, or a Thai restaurant for tom yum goong.