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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
    • Central Market: Taste of Asia
      Owned by former Bhutanese refugees, this market and deli cooks up Indian and Nepali specialties such as lentil dal, momo and chicken tikka masala to-go.
      • 242 N. Winooski Ave., Burlington
      • 802-495-5966
      • 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 and reduced hours.
      • 74 Maple St., Burlington
      • 802-864-5963
      • website
    • Shy Guy Gelato
      Crafted by a gelato maker who perfected his technique in Italy, Sicilian-style pints come in flavors such as fior di latte and lemon-thyme. Operating via walk-up window service for pre-packed pints.
      • 457 St. Paul St., Burlington
      • 802-355-2320
      • website

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  • Chittenden County
    • The Guilty Plate Diner
      The all-day menu offers something for everyone — eggs Benedict, Cajun fish burritos and a roasted pork dinner are just some of the possibilities. Takeout and on-site dining are available.
      • 164 Porters Point Rd., Colchester
      • 802-399-2011
      • website
    • Al's French Frys
      Offering takeout and delivery for the first time in 74 years, the classic burger joint has also added tipping to support employees.
      • 1251 Williston Rd., South Burlington
      • 802-862-9203
      • website
    • Rocky's N.Y. Pizza & Ice Cream
      The old-school pizza parlor does all the classics: hot subs, pastas, calzones and New York-style slices, of course. Available for curbside pickup and delivery (through GrubHub).
      • 39 Park St., Essex Junction
      • 802-878-4441
      • website

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  • Barre/Montpelier
    • Rise Up Bakery
      Stop by the historic bakery’s window for bread fresh from the oven — advance phone orders appreciated at 401-396-6694.
      • 46 Granite St., Barre
      • 802-331-0013
      • website
    • Shady's Deli
      Northfield's gas-station deli features house-smoked meats and from-scratch dressings, available for takeout.
      • 438 N. Main St., Northfield
      • 802-485-8400
      • website
    • The Mad Taco (Montpelier)
      Customers go mad for Mexican dishes made with fresh ingredients from the owner's Fayston farm. Call ahead to place an order for curbside pickup.
      • 72 Main St., Montpelier
      • 802-225-6038
      • website

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  • Stowe/Smuggs
    • Black Cap Coffee & Beer (Morrisville)
      Locals love this coffee stop for its extensive array of drinks, from a maple latte with real Vermont syrup to beer, cider and wine. Swing by, too, for a fresh croissant, muffin or panini. Limited seating is available inside, and the café has expanded its outdoor seating. The Stowe location of Black Cap is temporarily closed for renovations.
      • 53 Upper Main St., Morrisville
      • 802-521-7197
      • 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
    • Downtown Pizzeria & Pub
      The Italian American owners of the village restaurant know their pizza and Parm. Start with homemade meatball sliders, then bring on the Gurdie specialty pie with capicola, arugula and a pesto drizzle.
      • 21 Lower Main St., Johnson
      • 802-635-7626
      • website

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  • Mad River Valley/Waterbury
    • 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
    • The Blue Stone (Waterbury)
      Hand-tossed pizzas meet short rib, burgers, and "serious" mac and cheese. A rotating tap list features brews from Vermont and beyond. Open for takeout.
      • 15 Stowe St., Waterbury
      • 802-882-8185
      • website
    • Paradise Provisions
      Within sight of Sugarbush slopes, the market is stocked full of groceries, veggies, beer, wine and prepared meals. Shop online for retail items including branded clothes, hats, mugs and water bottles.
      • 2367 Sugarbush Access Rd., Warren
      • 802-583-2757
      • website

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  • Middlebury Area
    • Almost Home
      Almost Home closed its doors in June 2020, but customers can sign up at almosthome@gmavt.net to get on the caterer's "To Go" mailing list and order meals for local delivery.
      • 28 North St., Bristol
      • 802-453-5775
      • website
    • Lincoln Peak Vineyard
      A Vermont winery since before they were cool, this vineyard packs bottles of its Marquette and Black Sparrow for front-porch pickup. Order online.
      • 142 River Rd., New Haven
      • 802-388-7368
      • website
    • Snaps Restaurant
      On Bristol's quaint main drag, pick up curbside breakfast, lunch or dinner. Call ahead and pay by phone.
      • 24 Main St., Bristol
      • 802-453-2525
      • website

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  • Rutland/Killington
    • Johnny Boy's Pancake House
      Breakfast is served all day at the village pancake house. Go for a stack of buttermilk flapjacks and a coffee cocktail.
      • 182 Route 4, Rutland
      • 802-855-8043
      • website
    • Forest Dale Grocery & Deli
      This one-stop shop, open since 1989, has more than 2,100 different items on the shelves. Curbside pickup and delivery are available for grocery essentials, deli items and prepared meals.
      • 15 Furnace Rd., Brandon
      • 802-247-6457
      • website
    • The Garlic
      The bar attracts an over-30 crowd for martinis, fire-grilled steaks and Italian-inspired tapas. Linguine with puttanesca sauce is a signature dish. Open for dine-in and takeout.
      • 1724 Killington Rd., Killington
      • 802-422-5055
      • website

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  • Champlain Islands/Northwest
    • Feldman's Bagels (St. Albans)
      Pick up bagels by the dozen or split, toasted and smeared with cream cheese. Soups, salads and sandwiches are also available.
      • 133 N. Main St., St. Albans
      • 802-582-4540
      • website
    • Hangry the Donut Bar
      The home-based doughnut shop uses local, farm-fresh ingredients for all its fillings and doughs. Flavors such as strawberry shortcake, chocolate brownie and maple bacon are available for pickup at pop-ups in St. Albans and the greater Burlington area. Order online, and check Facebook for pop-up dates and details.
    • St. Albans Diner
      Serving classic diner fare three meals a day, with table service and takeout available. The hot lunch plate, served with choice of potato and veggie or fries and slaw, includes country-fried steak and broiled haddock.
      • 8 Swanton Rd., St. Albans
      • 802-528-8505
      • website

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  • Upper Valley
    • Wicked Awesome BBQ
      The restaurant slings New England-style barbecue for takeout, delivery and curbside pickup. Meat straight off the smoker might include maple chicken and root beer-basted pulled pork.
      • 93 Beswick Dr., White River Junction
      • 802-698-8059
      • website
    • Soulfully Good Café
      Breakfasts and lunches made with locally sourced and organic ingredients are available for curbside pickup. Specials may include broccoli-cheddar soup and ham-and-pesto macaroni and cheese. Call ahead or email orders@soulfullygood.com.
      • 67 Central St., Woodstock
      • 802-457-7395
      • website
    • Newbury Village Store & Thistle Café
      There's a cozy café hidden at the back of Newbury's historic general store, and they're open with grocery essentials, baked goods and daily specials. Delivery is available within Newbury, Bradford and Wells River.
      • 4991 Route 5, Newbury
      • 802-866-5681
      • website

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  • Northeast Kingdom
    • The Derby Cow Palace
      A taxidermied polar bear still greets visitors at the door whether they're eating in, or taking out. Call for reservations or to place orders for fried haddock, chicken and biscuits or the spicy Boom Boom shrimp basket.
      • 3111 Route 5, Derby
      • 802-766-4724
      • website
    • Mooselook Diner
      Find classic diner selections packed with pizzazz, from baked haddock filet with a crumb crust to buttermilk fried chicken with peppercorn gravy. Breakfast is served all day.
      • 1058 Main St., Concord
      • 802-695-2950
      • website
    • The Creamery Restaurant
      Travel off the beaten path for nationally renowned maple cream pie and classics such as haddock chowder and apple-pork ravioli in maple-bacon cream sauce. Call for reservations.
      • 46 Hill St., Danville
      • 802-684-3616
      • website

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  • Brattleboro/Okemo Valley
    • Crow's Bakery & Opera House Café
      The popular spot is open with breakfast and lunch items to-go, as well as pastries and freshly baked bread. In a gesture of community support, a pint of soup and a roll is only $2.50. Call to order.
      • 73 Depot St., Proctorsville
      • 802-226-7007
      • website
    • Remedy Wine Bar
      Housemade cheeses, spicy nuts and charcuterie plates are available for curbside pickup and local delivery — complete with suggested wine pairings. Call or email to order, and don't forget a bottle of wine from the shop.
      • 3090 Route 100, Jacksonville
      • 802-659-4480
      • website
    • The Sub-Way
      Don't confuse it with that chain sub shop. This family-owned eatery's pizza oven has been running since 1974. Try a hot pastrami sub or a garden pie, available for curbside pickup and delivery.
      • 85 Clinton St., Springfield
      • 802-885-2022
      • website

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  • Manchester/Bennington
    • Bob's Diner
      The chrome-plated 1950s-style diner serves all the essentials, including six types of pancakes for indoor and outdoor dining as well as takeout.
      • 2279 Depot St., Manchester
      • 802-362-4681
      • website
    • The Dutchman's Tavern
      Daily specials for takeout, curbside pickup and delivery include potstickers, sandwiches and a pork tenderloin dinner for four.
      • 135 Depot St., Bennington
      • 802-681-7276
      • website
    • Sam's Wood Fired Pizza Co.
      The chefs call their oven "the eighth wonder of the world." It fires up creative specialties such as the Wright Pie, with bacon, caramelized onions and Gouda, available to-go and for non-contact delivery.
      • 4478 Main St., Manchester
      • 802-366-1693
      • website

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  • Randolph/Royalton
    • East Garden
      Generous portions of orange shrimp, sesame chicken and moo shu pork bring serious bang for the buck at the downtown Chinese restaurant. Takeout is available.
      • 3 Salisbury St., Randolph
      • 802-728-3288
      • website
    • Upper Pass Beer Company
      Flagship beers from the Tunbridge-based brewery include First Drop IPA and Cloud Drop DIPA. Open for curbside pickup; order online.
      • 228 Chelsea St., South Royalton
      • 802-763-0010
      • website
    • Black Krim Tavern
      Chef-owner Sarah Natvig changes the farm-fresh menu at her downtown bistro weekly. Recently, she also changed the location; Black Krim moved two doors down. While temporarily closed for onsite dining as of mid-November, check out the new on site retail store, which also offers meat, seafood, chef-prepared meals and pantry staples.
      • 29 Merchants Row, Randolph
      • 802-728-6776
      • website

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