The Hardwick Street Cafe

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What we have: Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner, Baked Goods, Coffee, Sunday Brunch

Hours: CLOSED MARCH 2, 2020 – MARCH 18. 2020   Wed. – Sat. 9 a.m. – 9p.m.; Sun. 10:00 a.m. – 8:00 p.m.; Mon. & Tues. CLOSED

Address: 285 Hardwick Street, Greensboro, Vermont, 05841

Phone: 802-533-9399

Website: Hardwick Street Cafe

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The town of Greensboro, Vermont if full of surprises. Situated along the banks of Caspian Lake, this town has been a destination for summer guests for generations. Many lake camps have been the summer residence of families, passed down through the years. Famous writers have made Greensboro their adopted home, and the town has been a haven for artists of all kinds.

the dining room at the Hardwick Street CafeLocated just outside of the town center is the Highland Center of the Arts, and inside you’ll find the best kept secret in town – The Hardwick Street Café!

Serving breakfast, lunch, and dinner this beautiful eatery gives diners the opportunity to enjoy dinner and a show, take part in a cultural experience, or view beautiful works of art from the local area.

The restaurant itself highlights the art of the earth, making use of local food producers and locally grown produce to treat your taste buds to culinary master pieces.

fish cakes with Asian Sauce from restaurant in Greensboro, VTIn addition to their meals, the baked goods that come from the kitchen are almost to pretty to eat – Almost! And with a nice selection of beers, wines, and non-alcoholic beverages you’re sure can enjoy your meal from first bite to the last.

The atmosphere of the café is modern and airy. With large windows to let light in, the space is bright through the winter months. And in the summer it looks on a beautiful garden area bringing the outside in.

If you’re in the Northeast Kingdom, make a trip to Greensboro a part of your agenda. The views alone are worth it, but the events at the Highland Center for the Arts and the food from the Hardwick Street Café will make your trip something your won’t soon forget.

art displayed at the hardwick street cafe