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Historic Burlington diner for sale

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NBC 5Dozens of soldiers from Vermont Army National Guard deploy for year-long mission
NBC 5Henry’s Diner listed for sale in downtown Burlington
Newport DispatchDrunk driver hits vehicle head-on in St. Johnsbury
VT DiggerSenate bill would expand aid-in-dying to those living outside Vermont
VT DiggerMicroMoo transportation initiative in Windsor is pilot program for state
Newport DispatchTeen injured during snowmobile crash in Somerset
WCAXOnline harassment documentary features former Bennington representative
WCAXBurlington mayor to hold updates on Elmwood Ave pod project
WCAXCrews battle fire in South Burlington

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  1. Well, I certainly stopped going into Burlington and spending money. Parking, crime, and even more unpleasant wokies than out here in the rest of Vermont. See ya, Henry’s. How about a boutique weed store, or maybe a nice little cat house instead?

  2. The historic Henry’s Diner in Burlington Vermont is an exciting foodie experience. Imagine stepping into the quaint diner and being transported back in time. The smell of fresh coffee and sizzling bacon fills the air, as you take a seat at the counter and admire the vintage décor. You peruse the menu and can’t resist ordering the famous corned beef hash, made from scratch with the diner’s secret recipe. As you take your first bite, the savory flavor of the corned beef combined with the crispy potatoes sends you into a state of pure gastronomic bliss. Your taste buds are dancing with delight as you wash it all down with a perfectly brewed cup of coffee. With every bite, you are transported back in time and reminded of why the diner has been a beloved Burlington landmark for nearly 100 years.

  3. Why don’t you post the fact check, you cowards? Because it undermines your whole premise here perhaps. My god you people, you’re pathetic.

    • Mr. Lines: Please reference the ‘fact check’ issue for us. I see your post on Vermont Political Observer. But I find no reference to the characterization of an ‘apocalypse’ in the VDC headline.

      I’ll keep looking.