Eat Drink Local Guide



TheMarinaburgers and fish-2The Marina
28 Spring Tree Rd.

Where the West River meets the Connecticut, a memorable and casual waterfront dining experience for all. Offering seafood, burgers, breakfast/brunch. Extensive menu with something for everyone. M–W 11:30am–9pm, Th–Sa 11:30am–10pm, Su brunch 10am–1pm, closing at 9pm






Hen of the Wood
55 Cherry St.

Opened in 2013 with a goal of providing a true Vermont dining experience, Hen of the Wood offers food that is simple, uncomplicated and down-to-earth. Daily changing menus are based on the wealth of premium ingredients found only miles from the restaurant. Dining room open daily 5–10pm, bar 4pm–midnight.




The Farmhouse Tap & Grill
“A Farm-to-Table Gastropub”
160 Bank St.

Dedicated to showcasing our many local farms and food producers. Award-winning local burgers, comfort entrees, artisan cheeses, vegetarian options and innovative nightly specials complete the menu. The Tap Room delivers highly prized and rare beers from Vermont’s backyard and beyond. Be sure to visit the Parlor and seasonal Beer Garden during a visit or stop in on Wednesday nights for the weekly Special Happenin’s. Lunch daily 11:30am–3pm, dinner Su–Th 3–10pm, F–Sa 3–11pm, brunch Sa–Su 11am–3pm.


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“A Farm-to-Taco Experience”
189 Bank St.

Focused on showcasing fine Vermont foods in fun and fresh ways. Located in the historic 1950s building once home to the Oasis diner, El Cortijo has a vibrant atmosphere with lively decor. The menu features tacos, soups, salads and entrees prepared with local ingredients and expressed as traditional Mexican fare. Fresh-squeezed margaritas and handcrafted cocktails are refreshing year round and full menu is available until midnight Su–Th and 1am F–Sa.

Breakfast and Lunch Bistro
1 Lawson Ln.

Breakfast and Lunch Bistro. Offering nontraditional takes on traditional dishes while using the finest local and organic ingredients whenever possible. Specialties include house-cured salmon and the Vermont maple sausage omelet. Certified by the Green Restaurant Association. M–F 7am–3pm, Sa–Su 8am–3pm


TrattoriaDeliaLogoTrattoria Delia
152 St. Paul St.802-864-5253

1993, family owned and operated with a focus on preserving the art of traditional Italian cuisine, using the finest imported ingredients and locally foraged edibles. An extensive Italian wine list recognized by the Wine Spectator Awards of Excellence since 1995 and member of the Slow Food Movement. Serving dinner daily 5–10pm, reservations suggested.


Windjammer Restaurant

1076 Williston Rd.

Locally owned and operated for over 35 years, the Windjammer is Burlington’s original steak and seafood restaurant. In addition to classic American fare, the menu offers vegetarian and gluten-free options plus an extensive salad bar. Specialty cocktails, craft beers and a Wine Spectator wine list complement the restaurant and pub menus. Proud to support Vermont farms, producers and businesses since 1977. Lunch daily 11:30am–2:30pm, dinner daily 5–9pm; pub M–Sa 11:30am–11:30pm, Su 2:30–10pm



PASCOLO_LOGO_RedPascolo Ristorante
83 Church St.

Serving casual, handmade Italian cuisine in the heart of downtown Burlington. Featuring fresh pastas, Italian entrees, Neapolitan-style pizza from the wood-fired oven, antipasti, seafood and homemade gelato sundaes. A killer Italian wine menu complements the casual fare with handcrafted cocktails and local brews to round it out.





Guild_Logo_Main_BrownGuild Tavern
1633 Williston Rd.

Farm-to-table wood-fired grill featuring dry aged, locally sourced beef. The menu offers casual tavern fare, small plates for sharing, dry aged steak, seafood and vegetarian options, award-winning wine list, and an innovative cocktail program. Private dining room available.





Boyden-Valley-Winery-Spirits-Logo-2013Boyden Valley Winery
64 VT Rte. 104

Vermont’s international award-wining winery producing high-quality red wines, white wines, “Vermont Ice” wines, hard cider and crème liqueurs. Tastings available daily 10am–5pm. Free tours 11:30am–1pm. French gourmet cheese plates available May–October.





logo-HNWilliamsH.N. Williams Store
Route 30

Great fresh-food deli with a seasonal taste. Breakfast, lunch or pick up dinner to go. Daily specials. Try the “Get a Great Morning” Breakfast Sandwiches, the Vermonter Panini, or Cheese Tortellini Salad, to name a few. Don’t forget the fresh homemade desserts. Eat in or take out. Holiday, catering and specialty menus available. M–F 7:30am–6pm, Sa 7:30am–5pm, Su 8am–4pm







The Perfect Wife Restaurant
2594 Depot St.
Routes 11 & 30

cated artistry of chef-owner Amy Chamberlain, whose creative approach to combining ingredients results in an intriguing and delicious menu. Enjoy a broad wine list and extensive selection of spirits to provide just the right accompaniment to your meal. The freestyle cuisine showcases the best in fresh and local.




The Other Woman Tavern
2594 Depot St.
Routes 11 & 30

Relaxing atmosphere, favored by locals and tourists alike. Offering a wide array of tavern-style specialties including Crock of Turkey Chili, Vermont Farm Burgers, Salad Like Your Vegetarian Sister’s and Miracle Loaf, to name a few! Bring the whole family. Eat in or out on the three-season patio. We are Manchester’s premier source for live music, hosting an eclectic assortment of acts most every weekend.





Red Clover Inn3The Red Clover Inn & Restaurant
7 Woodward Rd.

oin us in our relaxed dining room or cozy tavern for exquisite farm-to-table food and a glass from our award-winning wine list, a unique cocktail or local craft brew. Chef Colin Arthur’s dishes highlight the local, seasonal flavors of the region and reflect his passion for Vermont food. Reservations recommended. Th–M 5:30–9pm





Tulsi Tea Room LogoTulsi Tea Room
34 Elm St.

kitchen, tea lounge and healing foods café that offers dairy-free, gluten-free and seasonally inspired menu creations enriched with spices and herbs from adjunct Grian Herbs Apothecary. We are famous for our specialty drinks, extensive bulk tea selection and our simply sweet beautiful treats. Tu–Sa 9:30am–6:30pm, Su 11am–4pm





3.75x4.75The Inn at Weathersfield
1342 Highway 106

One of Vermont’s best restaurants, a culinary gem inside an 18th century countryside inn,” Fodor’s 2013 Travel Guide. More than a farm-to-table dining experience. Restaurant, tavern, private dinners in the wine cellar, seasonal fireside and outdoor dining. Cooking classes and culinary weekends. Dinner served W–Su, seating 5:30–8:30pm





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J.J. Hapgood General Store & Eatery
305 Main St.

J.J. Hapgood General Store & Eatery is a purveyor of quality dry goods, local produce, meat and dairy products, prepared sandwiches and meals to go, après-ski fare including Vermont cheese and charcuterie boards, craft beers and Aqua Vitea kombucha on tap, wood-oven-fired pizzas, focaccia and bread, fine wines, basic household provisions and penny candy. J.J. Hapgood has served the historic village of Peru, Vermont, since 1827 and continues to serve its community in a newly rebuilt store helmed by Juliette & Tim Britton. Meeting and event space is available. Tu–Su 7am–7pm





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The Gleanery
133 Main St.

The Gleanery is a new community-supported restaurant in the heart of Putney. Our menus are crafted around meats and produce procured directly from local farms and served on handmade tables and plates. We are a BYOB establishment, so feel free to bring a drink, or pick one up just across the street. Lunch and dinner W–Sa 11:30am–9pm, Su 11:30am–8pm







Harvest Market

1031 Mountain Rd.

Harvest Market is a one-stop gourmet shop offering delicious salads, sandwiches, entrees, baked goods and breads prepared by our chefs and bakers! We also offer an incredible selection of wonderful cheeses, meats, wine, beer, farm-fresh produce and specialty food items. M–Su 7am–7pm during the high season, otherwise 7am–5:30pm







Hen of the Wood
92 Stowe St.

Opened in 2005 with a goal of providing a true Vermont dining experience, Hen of the Wood offers food that is simple, uncomplicated and down-to-earth. Daily changing menus are based on the wealth of premium ingredients found only miles from the restaurant. Dining room Tu–Sa 5–9pm.



Prohibition Pig

23 S. Main St.

ocated in Waterbury, the food and beverage crossroads, we feature New England’s largest & best curated selection of craft beer, proper cocktails, eclectic wines with a full menu featuring barbecue, vegetarian and cozy American fare. Open F–M at 11:30am, Tu–Th at 4pm. Kitchen stops serving two hours before bar. Our bar stays open Su–Th until midnight, F–Sa 1am.

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