Café Shelburne




            Located in the village of Shelburne Vermont, across  from the Shelburne Museum, Café Shelburne is a friendly contemporary French restaurant owned and operated by Christine and chef Patrick Grangien. ""Chef Grangien trained with three star rated chefs in France. Winner of the taste of Vermont Grand award two years in a row, and winner of the National seafood Challenge in Charleston, South Carolina. 


Cafe Shelburne is opened Tuesday through Saturday, closed on Monday and Sunday except on Mother's Day, UVM graduation and foliage season.


***Menu changes periodically, Our Menu

     New year's eve menu 2007 at Cafe Shelburne         

Amandine's Thanksgiving menu    

Valentine's menu 2008 

         Amandine on the village Green

Cafe Shelburne's "Gourmet Store" is opened. 

Located 195 Falls road in Shelburne 



Private parties up to 40 people. Extensive wine list, including 200 wines from California and France. Open Tues. through Sat. at 5:30 Open Sundays on special occasions. 

Private parties. Information about reservation.

Directions: From Burlington-Take 89 south to exit 13, which will take you to route 7.Turn left, direction Vergennes, we are 5 miles south on route 7, 500 yards past the traffic light in Shelburne, on the left hand side of the road, right across from the covered bridge of the Shelburne Museum.


For chocolate truffles lovers only

Cafe Shelburne Chocolate Truffles

            While completing my culinary training in France, I worked with the famous Lyon's chocolate maker "Bernachon", one of the only chocolate artisans today roasting and blending his own chocolate beans to make his chocolate from scratch. Bernachon's philosophy for truffle making included using only the finest ingredients available. A truffle should be crispy on the outside while remaining soft and moist at its core. I would like to offer you a homemade truffle made from the best imported chocolate and the finest VERMONT cream. Packaged in an ornate golden box, they are excellent gift ideas.

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We ship anywhere in the US, Check our chocolate truffles' page Café Shelburne Chocolate Truffles


Café Shelburne, 5573 Shelburne Road  -  PO Box 57

Shelburne, VT 05482  -  Tel (802) 985-3939  

Amandine tel: (802) 985 3990

Chef Grangien' recipe from the TV series "Great Chefs from the East"