BUDGET TRAVEL MAGAZINE NAMES WHITE RIVER JUNCTION,
ONE OF THE “10 COOLEST SMALL TOWNS”
ELIXIR Restaurant & Lounge featured in section on White River Junction
In the September 2008 issue of Budget Travel Magazine, on newsstands now, an article and pictorial called “10 Coolest Small Towns” calls White River Junction one of them and ELIXIR Restaurant one of the reasons.
The magazine says, “These towns all have fewer than 10,000 people – but they can rival larger cities when it comes to good food, culture, and quality of life.”
The story also made it to ABC’s “Good Morning
The towns featured in the article are:
10 Coolest Small Towns:
These towns all have fewer than 10,000 people—but they can rival larger cities when it comes to good food, culture, and quality of life.
| September 2008 issue
White River Junction,
The long-depressed former railroad hub reinvented itself as an artists' colony several years ago, so the 19th-century storefronts traffic more in quirky than in quaint. The Main Street Museum showcases a collection of oddities that includes gallstones said to be Elvis Presley's (58 Bridge St., 802/356-2776, mainstreetmuseum.org), and The Center for Cartoon Studies offers lectures by cartoonists such as Garry Trudeau (94 S. Main St., 802/295-3319, cartoonstudies.org). The Tip Top building, a former bakery, is home to about 40 artists' studios, the Tip Top Café (85 N. Main St., 802/295-3312, tiptopcafevt.com), and the Cooler Gallery, which exhibits the works of international artists (802/295-8008, coolergallery.biz). Over at Revolution, Kim Souza sells espresso and indie-designed and vintage clothes (
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Located at The Freight House,