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Good To-Go Vermont: A Directory of Takeout Options During the Coronavirus Era 

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The restrictions placed on restaurants are evolving, but many Vermont businesses are still making delicious food and drinks. Seven Days has compiled Good To-Go Vermont as a resource to help you find out what your favorite eateries are serving up via takeout, delivery or curbside pickup. Some locations now offer seating. Be sure to make a reservation if applicable.

Is your restaurant open for takeout?

Let us know! If you're doing something different, we want to know that, too.

Adult beverage with that? Liquor-license-holding Vermont restaurants can also sell take-out wine, beer and spirit-based drinks for off-site consumption, per gubernatorial directive. Drink up!

Check back often. More details and locations are coming every day. Got an update for an existing listing? Let us know at goodtogo@sevendaysvt.com.

What are you up for today?

See who's serving in your area:

  • Burlington
    • Istanbul Kebab House
      Turkish specialties are available through the restaurant's zero-contact takeout system. Order and pay online and pick up at the takeout window, or have it delivered. Mediterranean-inspired cocktails, local beer and Turkish wine are also available to-go.
      • 175 Church St., Burlington
      • 802-857-5091
      • website
    • Three Needs Taproom & Pizza Cube
      The bar is offering its New Jersey-style hand-tossed pies for curbside pickup. Make a night of it with rotating Jell-O shots and cocktails or canned beer, cider and seltzer. Gluten-free pizzas are also available. Order online; open Wednesday through Saturday evenings.
      • 185 Pearl St., Burlington
      • 802-497-0119
      • website
    • Penny Cluse Café
      Favorite dishes from Penny Cluse and sister restaurant Lucky Next Door are available to-go. Order online and pick up at Lucky Thursday through Monday.
      • 169 Cherry St., Burlington
      • 802-651-8834
      • website

    View All 115 Options…

  • Chittenden County
    • Belle's Café
      Belle's is open for curbside pickup of breakfast wraps, quiche, sandwiches and homemade cookies. Call ahead to order. Catered lunches for essential businesses available.
      • 121 Connor Way, Maple Tree Place, Williston
      • 802-872-2802
      • website
    • Tiny Thai Restaurant
      Vermonters have voted this the best Thai restaurant in the state for seven years straight. Its tom kha, satay, stir-fries and curries are available for takeout.
      • 24 Main St., Winooski
      • 802-655-4888
      • website
    • Misery Loves Co.
      Winooski's casual farm-to-table kitchen is operating a digital delicatessen. Grocery items, local produce, beer, wine, cocktails and prepared meals and kits are available for curbside pickup Thursday through Saturday. Order online.
      • 46 Main St., Winooski
      • 802-497-3989
      • website

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  • Barre/Montpelier
    • The North Branch Café
      Montpelier's cozy tea-and-wine lounge is closed, but you can order loose-leaf tea, wine and baked goods through the online shop. Wine is for curbside pickup only; teas may be shipped nationwide; local delivery may also be arranged.
      • 41 State St., Montpelier
      • 802-552-8105
      • website
    • Mulligan's Irish Pub
      Irish fare including wings, fried cheese curds and burgers is available for takeout from 11 a.m. to 7 p.m daily.
      • 9 Maple Ave., Barre
      • 802-479-5545
      • website
    • Subway
      The national sandwich chain is open in Northfield for takeout and delivery.
      • 9 East St., Northfield
      • 802-485-7827
      • website

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  • Stowe/Smuggs
    • Live Forever Foods
      The weekly plant-powered holistic food delivery service features organic vegan nut butters, dips, soups, spreads and meals. Order via online form by Wednesday for Friday home delivery. Pickup is also available in Burlington, Shelburne, Montpelier and Stowe, as is nationwide shipping.
    • Harvest Market
      This Euro-inspired gourmet market is offering "comfort food for the community," with porch-side pickup beginning April 7. Options include a "breakfast bag," a "picnic bag" with sandwiches and cheese, and dinner entrées packaged to reheat or freeze. Any unsold food will be donated to the Lamoille Community Food Share and to the market's unemployed staff.
      • 1031 Mountain Rd., Stowe
      • 802-253-3800
      • website
    • Riverbend Market
      The market remains open for essential grocery visits, though hours have been adjusted. Nepali Cuisine plans to reopen May 1.
      • 18 Bridge St, Morrisville
      • 802-888-5978
      • website

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  • Mad River Valley/Waterbury
    • Mad River Taste Place
      Charcuterie, cheese, crackers, cookies and more are all available at this "taste place" celebrating Vermont-made products. Shop in store or order online for shipping or by phone for curbside pickup.
      • 89 Mad River Green, Waitsfield
      • 802-496-3165
      • website
    • American Flatbread Waitsfield Hearth
      The original American Flatbread location is open for takeout by donation — pay what you can.
      • 46 Lareau Rd., Waitsfield
      • 802-496-8856
      • website
    • Cold Hollow Cider Mill
      The 2019 Seven Daysies winner for best doughnuts and best cider has a history dating back to 1974, when Eric and Francine Chittenden started selling cider to their friends from their farm at the base of northern Vermont’s Cold Hollow Mountains. Today, you can shop apple products, baked goods, maple syrup, pantry items and very Vermonty gift packs in store or online for shipping.
      • 3600 Route 100, Waterbury Center
      • 802-244-8771
      • website

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  • Middlebury Area
    • Costello's Market
      Get the full Italian treatment at this market carrying imported meats, homemade mozzarella, fresh fish and an excellent wine selection.
      • 99 Maple St., Suite 13A, Middlebury
      • 802-388-3385
      • website
    • Dakin Farm (Ferrisburgh)
      Founded in 1960 as the Dakin Farm Maple Market, this family-run specialty foods store has grown to offer a range of maple products, smoked ham and bacon, gift basket samplers, cheeses, pantry staples, and so much more. Shop online for shipping or stop in for safe in-store shopping or curbside pickup.
      • 5797 Route 7, Ferrisburgh
      • 800-993-2546
      • website
    • Mary's Restaurant
      Preorder and pay online, then pick up chef-owner Doug Mack's fresh, seasonal fare, such as arancini, roast duck, garlic soup and coconut cream pie.
      • 1868 Route 116, Bristol
      • 802-453-2432
      • website

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  • Rutland/Killington
    • Casey's Caboose
      Some say the après ski restaurant has been around since the mountains were formed — in reality, it was built in the early 1980s. The burgers and other favorites are available for takeout, including draft beer and the Plowcar Smash, a boozy staple. Call to order.
      • 1930 Killington Rd., Killington
      • 802-422-3795
      • website
    • Cattails Restaurant
      Brandon's trailside eatery is open on occasional Wednesday nights with wings, fries and liquor to go.
      • 2146 Route 7, Brandon
      • 802-247-9300
      • website
    • Dellveneri's Bakery
      This "one-stop shop for sweets and treats" supplies Rutland with tasty eats daily, offering bread and donuts for quick pickup and curbside service.
      • 14 Terrill St., Rutland
      • 802-775-4022
      • website

    View All 29 Options…

  • Champlain Islands/Northwest
    • Tim's Place
      At breakfast, the sausage is freshly ground in-house and the waffle batter is from scratch. Available for takeout, along with a lunch menu of sandwiches, salads and burgers until 8 p.m.
      • 51 S. Main St., St. Albans
      • 802-782-8417
      • website
    • The Main Squeeze
      Immune-boosting foods such as smoothies, juices, soups, salads, stews and power bars will help nourish your body. Order online or call ahead for early-morning curbside pickup.
      • 14 Swanton Rd., St. Albans
      • 802-393-4488
      • website
    • The Black Lantern Inn
      The farm-to-table to-go fare at this cozy historic inn includes tortellini carbonara and a lamb burger with fries. Alcohol takeout also available. Pick up your order on the porch.
      • 2057 N. Main St., Montgomery
      • 802-326-3269
      • website

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  • Upper Valley
    • The Norwich Inn
      The inn's restaurant is closed, but bottled beer, growlers and cheese are available for takeout at the front desk.
      • 325 Main St., Norwich
      • 802-649-1143
      • website
    • Simon Pearce Restaurant
      The restaurant team has created a special takeout menu including customer favorites. A selection of beer and wine by the can or bottle is also available. Preorder a special family-style Easter dinner by April 9.
      • 1760 Quechee Main St., Quechee
      • 802-295-1470
      • website
    • Abracadabra Coffee
      Woodstock's village roaster is still roasting and shipping coffee every week in rotating individual shifts. Order from the online store.
      • 54 Pleasant St., Woodstock
      • 614-915-8944
      • website

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  • Northeast Kingdom
    • Blackbird Bistro
      Craft cocktails and local beer meet comfort food with a twist. Order online for takeout, or stop by and enjoy drinks from the outdoor bar and full tableside service on the patio and lawn.
      • 1037 S. Craftsbury Rd., Craftsbury
      • 802-586-2400
      • website
    • Jasper Hill Farm
      The farm's gift box collections deliver delicious staples such as cheese, bacon and salami to your door.
      • 884 Garven Hill Rd., Greensboro
      • 802-533-2566
      • website
    • Smith's Grocery
      The locally owned grocery store offers takeout and free delivery to surrounding towns for grocery and deli orders. If you are a home or business in need, call the store for support.
      • 767 Main St., Greensboro Bend
      • 802-533-2631
      • website

    View All 14 Options…

  • Brattleboro/Okemo Valley
    • Chef Mei
      The owner promises that his Hunan beef, orange chicken and mala shrimp are "the best food in town." Call to order takeout.
      • 14 Main St., Ludlow
      • 802-228-4355
      • website
    • Vermont Inn Pizza
      The pizzeria's menu of pies, calzones, grinders and gryos is available for takeout, curbside pickup and delivery to the Brattleboro, Vernon, Guilford, Hinsdale, West Chesterfield and West Brattleboro areas.
      • 460 Canal St., Brattleboro
      • 802-254-6264
      • website
    • Ludlow Village Pizza
      The straightforward, cheesy pies made here are destined for takeout, and curbside pickup is available for those who request it.
      • 26 Main St., Ludlow
      • 802-228-5618
      • website

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