Burger Bite | Food News | Seven Days | Vermont's Independent Voice

Seven Days needs your financial support!

Burger Bite 

Side Dishes: New eatery coming to B-town

The Sky Burgers website has a tagline — “Coming soon to a stomach near you” — and a note that it will open on Church Street in December. Aside from that, the juiciest thing it offers is a photo of a bacon-topped burger oozing virtual cheese. The single page doesn’t mention where the restaurant will be or who owns it.

But a little sleuthing helped Seven Days locate owner Sky Kenney, also the manager of Splash at the Boathouse. “We’re trying to create a little mystique around [Sky Burgers],” he explains. “[The site] is mostly a teaser.”

Kenney was willing to divulge the upcoming eatery’s location — on lower Church Street where Tilley’s used to be — and talk briefly about the concept. “It’s something I’ve been formulating for quite some time now,” he says. “It’s all about burgers, but the scope of it is so much bigger. It’s gonna be very current.”

Though Sky Burgers will serve booze, including half-pints of beer for those who like to sip in smaller quantities, the hard stuff won’t be the main focus. “I’m really going for the lunch and dinner part of it,” Kenney notes. “There will be things like Cosmos, but no blender drinks. It’s gonna be a restaurant that happens to sell alcohol.”

Will Sky Burgers be all about beef? On the contrary: “There’s gonna be everything, from vegetarian to pork to lamb … the gamut,” says Kenney. “There isn’t any dinner I can’t transpose into a burger.”

Hmm … lasagna burgers?

Got something to say? Send a letter to the editor and we'll publish your feedback in print!

More By This Author

About The Author

Suzanne Podhaizer

Suzanne Podhaizer

Bio:
Former contributor Suzanne Podhaizer is an award-winning food writer (and the first Seven Days food editor) as well as a chef, farmer, and food-systems consultant. She has given talks at the Stone Barns Center for Agriculture's "Poultry School" and its flagship "Young Farmers' Conference." She can slaughter a... more

Comments


Comments are closed.

Since 2014, Seven Days has allowed readers to comment on all stories posted on our website. While we’ve appreciated the suggestions and insights, the time has come to shut them down — at least temporarily.

While we champion free speech, facts are a matter of life and death during the coronavirus pandemic, and right now Seven Days is prioritizing the production of responsible journalism over moderating online debates between readers.

To criticize, correct or praise our reporting, please send us a letter to the editor. Or send us a tip. We’ll check it out and report the results.

Online comments may return when we have better tech tools for managing them. Thanks for reading.

Latest in Food News

Keep up with us Seven Days a week!

Sign up for our fun and informative
newsletters:

All content © 2020 Da Capo Publishing, Inc. 255 So. Champlain St. Ste. 5, Burlington, VT 05401  |  Contact Us
Website powered by Foundation