Burlington Bay Market and Cafe – Crab Cake Sandwich, Maple Creemee

On the Burlington Vermont waterfront is Burlington Bay Market and Cafe. As the name suggests is a hybrid fish market, cafe, tourist shop, and mini beer bar. I actually haven’t ordered beer there, but they have an impressive back deck which I imagine goes well with beer.

Burlington Bay Market and Cafe - Burlington Vermont

Burlington Bay Market and Cafe - Burlington Vermont

Burlington Bay Market and Cafe - Crab Cake Sandwich

Burlington Bay Market and Cafe - Crab Cake Sandwich

This was a poor shot, it was a very sunny day.

The crab cake is hand-made pan fried, nice toasted bun, lettuce, tomato, and slightly spicey sauce. The sandwich comes with a slice of lemon, I recommend using it a little acid helps. I wish the remoulade sauce has a little heat to it, but this sandwich is nice much better than some deep fried crab cakes I’ve tried. The sandwich was $7.76 with tax.

Burlington Bay Market and Cafe - Small Maple CreeMee

Burlington Bay Market and Cafe - Small Maple CreeMee

Ah Maple CreeMees a great Vermont-y treat. Real maple syrup is very prevalent in this saccharine confection. If you like maple syrup and have tried a maple creemee (aka soft serve in other parts of the US) you need to. A small was $2.22, also the “EAT-IT ALL” cone was nice and fresh. So what about that view?

Echo Center - Burlington Vermont

Echo Center - Burlington Vermont

The Echo Center is a cool museam of Lake Champlain, if you haven’t been.

Burlington Bay Market and Cafe - Burlington Vermont View

Burlington Bay Market and Cafe - Burlington Vermont View

So in conclusion if do get lunch @ BBMC, sit on the back deck and bring shades.

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2 Responses to “Burlington Bay Market and Cafe – Crab Cake Sandwich, Maple Creemee”

  1. Chef Chick Says:

    Geez more things bread. why do that to a delicate crab cake?

  2. What to Eat in Burlington, Part One « Joyce & Anthony's Wedding Says:

    […] after a hot day spent by the lake, it’s all about a maple creemee from Burlington Bay Market & Cafe.  Try a […]

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