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Filibuster Cafe is Open for Breakfast (and Lunch)

Server Shawn Narramore and breakfast patrons Mary Admasian and Stephanie Lahar at the newly opened Filibuster Cafe on the corner of State and Elm streets in Montpelier. The starry-night-inspired murals in the background are by Erika McCormick and depict State Street and other Montpelier spots. Photo by John Lazenby.
Montpelier has a dedicated breakfast restaurant once more in the Filibuster Cafe at the corner of Elm and State Streets in an former bank building. The Capital City’s newest hot spot for eggs and toast opened last week and has seen a steady stream of hungry Vermonters, eager to try out the benedict, shakshuka, French toast souffle, or omelets, not to mention a variety of sandwiches for lunch. Owner Brian Lewis had installed a comfortable waiting area with seating and a coffee table for busy weekends when there’s a line and a waiting list. Reservations are for parties of eight or more only, so show up early if you want to avoid a wait.