I would provide a link, but their web site is not quite up yet.
We both started with slow roasted pork belly with a cider jus and pureed parsnips. Great combination of flavors.
We both had the smoked crispy duck with sweet potatoes, Vermont (!) cranberries, and toasted hazelnuts.
Instead of dessert, we had the cheese plate with some local cheese. I brought home a menu and I'll post more details later. I have Sophia on my lap.
They did not actually have hen of the wood mushroom (also known as maittake)---it has been too warm. There is a dish they serve (a starter) with hen of the wood and bacon.
All the menu choices sounded delicious. I could have happily left it to the chef to pick. It was all very local and seasonal.
It is a little sad to see Mist Grill go (they just closed and Hen of the Wood opened in its place) but at least another good restaurant is taking its place.
We had a 2001 Clos La Chance Zinfandel. It was a pretty good match, fruity but not at all cloying and with some vanilla and a great finish.