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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?

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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.

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See who's serving in your area:

  • Burlington
    • Pizzeria Verità
      The restaurant's thin-crust, Neapolitan-style pizzas are available for curbside pickup or delivery. Go online to place an order. Meal kits and other Italian pantry staples are available online at Sotto Provisions, too.
      • 156 St. Paul St., Burlington
      • 802-489-5644
      • website
    • Henry's Diner
      Sen. Bernie Sanders has been known to dine at this local landmark, which offers breakfast all day and home-cooked dishes in a cozy, old-school atmosphere. Open with limited indoor seating; reservations and strict social distancing required. Takeout and curbside pickup are also available; call to place an order and they'll bring it out to you when you arrive.
      • 155 Bank St., Burlington
      • 802-862-9010
      • website
    • Handy's Lunch
      Since 1945, three generations of Handys have dished out diner fare from their station at the flat-top griddle. The family continues that tradition through curbside takeout.
      • 74 Maple St., Burlington
      • 802-864-5963
      • website

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  • Chittenden County
    • Goodwater Brewery
      Visitors stop by the taproom for pints and panini, or to grab growlers and cans to-go.
      • 740 Marshall Ave., Williston
      • 802-999-7396
      • website
    • Dale Boca Argentinean Café
      The café is closed, but authentic empanadas, chimichurri sandwiches and other Argentinian specialties are available from the food truck at pop-ups. Find upcoming events online.
      • 25 Winooski Falls Way, Winooski
      • 802-497-2994
      • website
    • Sunset Drive-in
      The movies start rolling again on March 31 at the area's last remaining drive-in. Takeout orders from the snack bar may be placed online or by calling (802) 962-0030.
      • 155 Porters Point Rd., Colchester
      • 802-862-1800
      • website

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  • Barre/Montpelier
    • The Uncommon Market
      The capital city's Euro-style market offers fresh seafoods, local meats and Vermont-made products. Stop by for a spicy Red Hot Rooster deli sandwich and take it to-go.
      • 1 School St., Montpelier
      • 802-223-7051
      • website
    • Langdon Street Tavern
      Tavern fare such as burgers, buttermilk-fried chicken sandwiches and Reuben panini are served for takeout or curbside pickup. Beer and wine are also available. Dine in or call to order takeout.
      • 14 Langdon St., Montpelier
      • 802-223-2721
      • website
    • Panera Bread (Barre)
      The bakery and sandwich shop offers its menu for curbside pickup and delivery. Try the Family Feast meal package, or place an order for grocery essentials such as milk, bread, yogurt and fresh produce.
      • 1450 Barre-Montpelier Rd., Barre
      • 802-476-1953

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  • Stowe/Smuggs
    • The Alchemist (Stowe Brewery & Visitor Center)
      Cans of Heady Topper and Focal Banger, and other specialty beers, as well as fun merchandise, are all available for curbside pickup at one of Vermont's seminal small-batch breweries. Sales of the brewery's "No Farms No Beer" T-shirts benefit NOFA-VT. Shop online.
      • 100 Cottage Club Rd., Stowe
      • 802-882-8165
      • website
    • My Favorite Things
      Chef-owner Lea Ann Macrery offers up scratch-made comfort food favorites including poutine, fresh-cut chicken nuggets and hefty burritos from her food truck. Order ahead or in-person. Local delivery available.
      • 16 Iris Lane, Jeffersonville
      • (802) 734-7939
      • website
    • The Matterhorn
      "Infamous since 1950," the après-ski landmark now offers sushi, pizza, wings, beer, wine, cocktails and more for curbside pickup; also open for indoor and outdoor dining. Call to place your order.
      • 4969 Mountain Rd., Stowe
      • 802-253-8198
      • website

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  • Rutland/Killington
    • Taso on Center
      Husband-and-wife owners Jay Sabataso and Audrey Brandt offer an ever-evolving menu with roots in traditional American, Mexican and Asian cuisines. Reservations required for on-site dining; takeout is available.
      • 22 Center St., Rutland
      • 802-775-8276
      • website
    • Gill's Delicatessen
      Family-owned since 1964, Rutland's long-loved deli offers crabmeat grinders and other hefty sandwiches on homemade rolls. Call to place an order for takeout.
      • 68 Strongs Ave., Rutland
      • 802-773-7414
      • website
    • Back Country Café
      En route to the mountain, skiers fuel up on popovers, pancakes and banana-bread French toast. Sit outside or take it to-go.
      • 923 Killington Rd., Killington
      • 802-422-4411
      • website

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  • Champlain Islands/Northwest
    • Cook Sisters Café
      Veggie lasagna and shrimp scampi are among the specials at this 18-seat cafe in the Islands. Call or text 372-1363 for a pickup order.
      • 260 Route 2, South Hero
      • 802-372-1363
      • website
    • La Casa Loco Bar & Grill
      Check the website daily and order online for new menu items and family-style meals, or dine in the restaurant. Beer and wine are available for takeout and delivery, too.
      • 50 Kingman St., St. Albans
      • website
    • Seb's Snack Bar
      Seb's is open daily at 11 a.m. for the sesaon, taking orders for onion rings, burgers, clam rolls and hot dogs at the window or by calling ahead. Creemeees, of course.
      • 299 Route 2, South Hero
      • 802-372-6611
      • website

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  • Upper Valley
    • The Prince & the Pauper
      Country pâté, charcuterie boards, grilled sirloin and veggie lasagna are among the options available to take away, as are bottles of Champagne and other wines from the restaurant's extensive list. Call or fill out a form online to place an order, which will be available to pick up outside at a specified time.
      • 24 Elm St., Woodstock
      • 802-457-1818
      • website
    • Bliss Village Store & Deli
      "Put a little bliss in your day" is the general store's tagline — and housemade baked goods, pizzas and sandwiches are its tools of the trade. Call in an order, or order and pay at the window.
      • 158 S. Main St., Bradford
      • 802-222-3355
      • website
    • Angkor Wat
      Dishes such as Khmer curry soup, drunken noodles and lemongrass chicken are informed by Vietnamese and Thai flavors, as well as the chef-owner's native Cambodian palate. Available for delivery and curbside pickup, call to order.
      • 61 Pleasant St., Woodstock
      • 802-457-9029
      • website

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  • Northeast Kingdom
    • The Gap Pub and Grill
      The "Gappatizers" at the friendly locals' pub include fried green beans and poutine. Follow them with a burger and a Vermont beer either dine in or take out. Check out social media for daily specials.
      • 280 Route 5A, Westmore
      • 802-525-4187
      • website
    • Caja Madera
      Caja Madera has moved under cover into a rehabbed garage for the winter to serve up its simple, fresh tacos filled with housemade chorizo or tomatillo-garlic-marinated shrimp with fresh salsas. An expanded seasonal menu includes breakfast burritos, gyros and barbecue. Call to order ahead.
      • 154 Route 15, Hardwick
      • 607-765-6576
      • website
    • Hoagie's Pizza & Pasta Newport
      Steps from Lake Memphremagog, diners will find pizzas and pastas, along with quick-service hot and cold sandwiches. Eat in or take out.
      • 58 Waterfront Plaza, Suite 7, Newport
      • 802-334-0200
      • website

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  • Brattleboro/Okemo Valley
    • Tulip Café
      Mediterranean flatbreads, Turkish specialties and frozen margaritas are on the takeout menu. Order online for pickup.
      • 126 Main St., Brattleboro
      • 802-490-2061
      • website
    • SoLo Farm & Table
      Wesley and Chloe Genovart's critically acclaimed restaurant is offering prepared family meals for pre-order and curbside pickup at Honeypie.
      • 95 Middletown Rd., South Londonderry
      • 802-824-6327
      • website
    • Jake's Restaurant & Tavern
      For three decades, families have frequented Jake's for classic American eats. The restaurant is offering family dinners for curbside pickup.
      • 5700 Route 100, Londonderry
      • 802-824-6614
      • website

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  • Manchester/Bennington
    • Dorset Union Store
      Virtual shopping and curbside pickup or delivery let locals stock up from the general store's wine room, bakery and deli.
      • 31 Church St., Dorset
      • 802-867-4400
      • website
    • The Village Peddler
      Satisfy your chocolate fix at the family-owned confectionery. Call to order fudge, truffles, buttercrunch and other chocolatey treats for curbside pickup.
      • 261 Old Mill Rd., East Arlington
      • 802-375-6037
      • website
    • Mrs. Murphy's Donuts
      The Boston cream and maple-frosted doughnuts have kept crowds coming to this coffee shop for more than 30 years. Get them to-go.
      • 374 Depot St., Manchester Center
      • 802-362-1874

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  • Randolph/Royalton
    • Chelsea Station
      Hunker down in the dining area with a two-egg breakfast or a Reuben — the restaurant is open for limited seating. Curbside pickup for to-go orders is also available. Call to order or check seating availability.
      • 206 Chelsea St., South Royalton
      • 802-763-8685
      • website
    • McCullough's Quik Stop
      On-the-go customers swing into the convenience store and liquor market to fill a growler with local craft beer or pick up a premade deli sandwich.
      • 2069 Route 107, Bethel
      • 802-234-9365
      • website
    • South Royalton Market
      Creative sandwiches, salads, soups and daily specials fill bellies at the co-op market and café facing the town green. Open for in-person shopping and curbside pickup.
      • 222 Chelsea St., South Royalton
      • 802-763-2400
      • website

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