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Burlington, VT Restaurant Guide
Waterworks Food + Drink
Nestled in the historic Champlain Mill on the Winooski River,
Waterworks Food + Drink offers a unique dining experience featuring creative American cuisine.
Foodies, rejoice: the resort's signature restaurant, Junction,
will make all your culinary senses sing! Enjoy the scents and sounds of the open
kitchen, the flavors and textures of the creative tasting menus, and you'll feel
like you're dining in the Chef's own home.
Enjoy the best of pub fare served in a casual setting.
The Tavern at The Essex features an expanded bar area along with seasonal patio
seating and the menu is inspired by the finest local ingredients, sourced from
Burlington and nearby areas.
Burlington, VT Restaurant Guide
You're going to be hungry during your stay - check out some of the best restaurants
Burlington has to offer. Explore a variety of Burlington restaurants in the Lake
Champlain Valley of northwestern Vermont, whether you want to grab a quick bite at
a Burlington cafe, looking for a great Burlington pub for a night on the town, or
want to hire a local favorite for catering in Burlington, VT.
Vermont.com Recommends ...
123 Church St, Burlington
Open the door and welcome to Ireland. Beautifully presented traditional
Irish food and drink - coupled with the most authentic Irish atmosphere this
side of Dublin. Erin go Bragh!
1834 Shelburne Rd, So. Burlington
One of Burlington's best-known restaurants for over two decades. A great
place to meet friends for delicious food and fine wine.
211 College St, Burlington
Stone Soup is everything we've come to love about Burlington dining.
Fresh, local ingredients. Delicious, creative food and a community atmosphere
second to none.
70 Essex Way, Essex
Vermont's Culinary Resort offers two award-winning restaurants, JUNCTION
and The Tavern, plus fun, hands-on cooking classes at Cook Academy.
144 College St, Burlington
A legend in the world of craft brewing, Vermont Pub and Brewery has been
serving up delicious food and drink for over 25 years - a true Burlington landmark.
159 Main St, Burlington
Burlington's premier sports bar and restaurant. With world-class wings, cold
beers, and great music, Ruben James' is a true local hotspot that's always a good time.
115 Church St, Burlington
Leunig's Bistro & Cafe has been a Burlington institution since it opened
in 1980. Come visit Burlington's own little Parisian Cafe.
20 Winooski Falls Way, Winooski
Offering creative American cuisine with spectacular views of the Winooski
River and live entertainment on weekends.
Burlington is the largest city in Vermont, located on the eastern shore
of Lake Champlain, just 45 miles south of the US-Canadian border. Whether you're
visiting for a day or a week, or planning to live in Vermont, Burlington has
a little something for everyone.
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Things To Do
Whether you're looking for some family fun
or planning a Vermont vacation, Vermont.com can help you find something for everyone.
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for suggestions to plan your Vermont vacation in the Burlington area.
As the largest city in Vermont, Burlington offers shopping experiences that
meet the expectations of visitors and locals alike. A visit to Church Street
makes clear why Burlington shopping is not to be missed.
You're going to need somewhere to put all those bags when you're done shopping
- check out some of our favorite places to stay in the greater Burlington area.
A unique and memorable hotel and resort on the shores of Lake Champlain.
Open from May to October, find what you're looking for at Basin Harbor,
from family-friendly fun to golf, dining and outdoor walks. The restaurants and their menus
reflect time-honored favorites as well as contemporary flavors by taking advantage
of the bounty of Vermont.