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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
    • Leonardo's Pizza (Burlington)
      The award-winning pizza shop is open for takeout and contact-free delivery. Try the new Hot Honey Bliss pie on white, organic wheat or gluten-free crust.
      • 83 Pearl St., Burlington
      • 802-862-7700
      • website
    • Drifters
      The tiny neighborhood joint is keeping people fed with its regular menu of plates such as kimchi ramen, pork belly tacos and hand-rolled parsnip gnocchi available for takeout.
      • 156 N. Winooski Ave., Burlington
      • 802-540-0332
      • website
    • Church Street Tavern
      Wings, burgers, entrée-size salads and other tavern fare is available to-go or for curbside pickup Wednesday through Saturday. Call to order.
      • 103 Church St., Burlington
      • 802-658-1309
      • website

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  • Chittenden County
    • El Gato Cantina (Essex)
      The Mexican eatery serves up its menu of tacos, tamales, chimichangas and more via takeout, curbside pickup and delivery (UberEats, Grub Hub and DoorDash). Every order comes with free chips and salsa. Get a margarita to go! Call to place your order.
      • 4 Park St., Essex Junction
      • 802-662-4334
      • website
    • Uncle Tony's Pizza
      Uncle Tony's menu of thin-crust pies, calzones, wings, subs and pastas is available for takeout and delivery.
      • 360 Dorset St., South Burlington
      • 802-864-5222
      • website
    • El Cortijo Taqueria y Cantina (Winooski)
      The Farmhouse Group's hip taqueria keeps it fresh and fun on the Winooski traffic circle. Farm-to-table burritos, bowls and killer margaritas are available for takeout.
      • 5 E. Allen St., Winooski
      • 802-540-0052
      • website

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  • Barre/Montpelier
    • Fresh Tracks Farm Vineyard & Winery
      The tasting room is closed, but wines pressed from estate-grown grapes, apples and maple sap can be picked up by appointment. Call to arrange.
      • 4373 Route 12, Berlin
      • 802-223-1151
      • website
    • Buddy's Famous
      The capital city's old-school burger and malt shop crafts patties with grass-fed beef for takeout. Go online or call to order.
      • 15 Barre St., Montpelier
      • 802-225-6400
      • website
    • Whammy Bar
      In conjunction with the Maple Corner Community Store, grocery staples and yeast-risen doughnuts from Local Donut are available for curbside pickup. Call in your order, or email maplecornercommunitystore@gmail.com.
      • 31 W. County Rd., Calais
      • 802-229-4329
      • website

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  • Stowe/Smuggs
    • The Farm Store
      The small natural-foods shop offers baked goods, cheeses, meats, produce, breads, ferments and other local, fresh sustenance. Shop online and call in drink and pastry orders. Gift cards are also available.
      • 168 Main St., Jeffersonville
      • 802-644-9463
      • 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
    • Quarry Hill Farm
      Got a sweet tooth? The farm offers iced maple lattes, hot fudge or hot maple sundaes, and a variety of baked goods from Red House Sweets. Call or text 735-4003 for curbside delivery.
      • 4331 Route 15, Jeffersonville
      • 802-644-5014
      • website

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  • Mad River Valley/Waterbury
    • Michael's on the Hill
      Order elegant, seasonal dishes via gloved curbside takeout. Dine-in service is also available by reservation, complete with mini shoji-screen partitions and optional contactless menus. Wine and beer are also available to-go. Open Wednesday through Sunday.
      • 4182 Route 100, Waterbury Center
      • 802-244-7476
      • website
    • Fit to be Thai'd Thai Restaurant
      Thailand native Nattaya Isaacson makes everything down to the dumplings, spring rolls and sauces at this Bangkok-style restaurant. Takeout is available, including beer and cocktails.
      • 1840 Sugarbush Access Rd., Warren
      • 802-496-3008
      • website
    • Hender's Bake Shop & Café
      Named after chef-owner Jessica Wright's golden retriever, the bakery is open, preparing meals, breakfast pastries, cakes and cookie boxes. Preorder and pay online, then pick items up on the front porch.
      • 22 N. Main St., Waterbury
      • 802-560-7110
      • website

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  • Middlebury Area
    • Haymaker Bun Company
      Order sticky buns in a variety of flavors, take-and-bake cookie and scone dough, and other baked treats through Haymaker's sister restaurant, the Arcadian, at thearcadianvt.com. Find Haymaker's curated, build-your-own Mother's Day gift baskets here: haymakerbuns.com/mamas.
      • 7 Bakery Lane, Middlebury
      • 802-989-7026
    • Alderman's of Vermont
      The chocolate and sandwich shop also offers pickup and delivery of grocery essentials such as dairy, veggies, meat, fruit, snacks and bread.
      • 231 Monkton Ridge, Monkton
      • 802-453-2385
      • website
    • Dedalus Wine Shop
      Shop online through the Stone Mill Public Market for wine and cheese from the offshoot of Burlington’s quintessential wine market, then pick it up curbside.

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  • Rutland/Killington
    • Birdseye Diner
      The restored 1940s Silk City dining car is slinging diner favorites and contemporary cuisine for takeout, delivery and curbside pickup.
      • 590 Main St., Castleton
      • 802-468-5817
      • website
    • Roots the Restaurant
      Roots To Go offers specially crafted family-style delivery menus for parties of three or more, consisting of one main dish per person, one side and a serving of the daily vegetable to share, plus house rolls with butter. Available from 4:30 to 8 p.m. Tuesday through Sunday. Additionally offering 20 percent off each regular menu item.
      • 55 Washington St., Rutland
      • 802-747-7414
      • website
    • Castleton Pizza Place and Deli
      Housemade dough is fired in a brick oven with toppings ranging from pepperoni to pineapple. Get your pie, sandwich or wrap to go; after 2pm you can order select Birdseye Diner meals right at the Deli, too.
      • 575 Main St., Castleton
      • 802-468-2911
      • website

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  • Champlain Islands/Northwest
    • Pie in the Sky (St. Albans)
      Pizzas, salads, cheesesteaks, hot and cold subs populate the menu at this family-style pizzeria and restaurant. Save room for a maple creemee.
      • 267 Swanton Rd., St. Albans
      • 802-524-5442
      • website
    • Groennfell Meadery
      The woman-owned and operated craft meadery believes in "drinking your values," and is transparent about its ingredients and business practices. The fermented honey beverages range from classic Valkyrie's Choice to the Buckland, flavored with green tea and lemon. Call or go online to order ahead for curbside pickup of packaged mead; mix-and-match cases are half-off until the end of quarantine.
      • 650 Industrial Park Rd., St. Albans
      • 802-497-2345
      • website
    • The Drake Bar and Kitchen
      Married owners Eben and Tessa Hill serve classic Waldorf salads, tacos, burgers and crispy fries to-go at their newly opened restaurant. Specials, desserts and a takeout bar program are in the works. Order online.
      • 30 S. Main St., St. Albans
      • 802-528-5991
      • website

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  • Upper Valley
    • Dan & Whit's
      The original general store in this building opened in 1891, and it has been stocked with daily necessities for small town life ever since. Curbside pickup and local delivery are available; pay with store charge or credit card.
      • 319 Main St., Norwich
      • 802-649-1602
      • 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
    • Barnard General Store
      The historic store is fully operational for grocery shopping and to-go orders from the deli, as well as curbside pickup and delivery within Barnard for those under quarantine.
      • 6134 Route 12, Barnard
      • 802-234-9688
      • website

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  • Northeast Kingdom
    • Asia Restaurant
      Call to order house specialties to go including spicy shrimp and Volcano Beef: a meaty sauté with snow peas, pineapple, peppers and water chestnuts, plus cocktails.
      • 133 Depot St., Lyndonville
      • 802-626-3382
      • 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
    • New Century
      Many locals say New Century puts out the best Chinese food in the area. Order up some wonton soup and sesame chicken alongside your to-go Scorpion Bowl. Pickup is at the curb.
      • 264 Portland St., St. Johnsbury
      • 802-748-2338
      • website

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  • Brattleboro/Okemo Valley
    • West Dover Joe’s
      Chef-owner Brett Sewing's neighborhood spot is open for takeout from the market and deli, and also has daily specials on ready-made meals to go.
      • 271 Route 100, West Dover
      • 802-464-2422
      • website
    • Putney Diner
      Start your morning, afternoon or night with Belgian waffles or a Cajun Skillet — breakfast is served all day here, available for takeout or delivery. Ingredients hail from nearby, including the bread, the beef and the blueberries. Order online.
      • 128 Main St., Putney
      • 802-387-5433
      • website
    • MacLaomainn's Scottish Pub
      Haggis, neeps and tatties, and other traditional dishes are available for takeout and curbside pickup.
      • 52 S. Main St., Chester
      • 802-875-6227
      • website

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  • Manchester/Bennington
    • Ramunto's Brick Oven Pizza
      The village pizzeria has make-your-own pizza kits, slices, whole pies and beer available for curbside pickup and delivery.
      • 519 Main St., Bennington
      • 802-442-6622
      • website
    • Moonwink
      These Burmese specialties are available for takeout only. The restaurant also plans to offer free meals to parents and kids in need.
      • 4479 Main St., Manchester Center
      • 802-768-8671
      • website
    • Rumney's Deli
      Pantry items, frozen foods, newspapers, seeds and soils, feeds and grains, beer and wine are all available to go.
      • 2732 Route 30, Dorset
      • 802-867-5353
      • website

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  • Randolph/Royalton
    • One Main Tap & Grill
      The corner pub offers takeout of food, beer and wine, as well as delivery service to locations within five miles. Call in your order and pay by card. $20 minimum order for delivery, and $5 delivery fee to support drivers and waitstaff. ID required for alcohol purchase. Also on offer: free meals to seniors at the Red Lion Inn elder housing and soon to other senior residents.
      • 2 Merchants Row, Randolph
      • 802-565-8117
      • website
    • Bent Hill Brewery
      Head to the hills for experimental ales made with brewery-grown hops and maple syrup. Beer is available for pickup; online orders preferred.
      • 1972 Bent Hill Rd., Braintree
      • 802-249-1125
      • website
    • Bethel Village Sandwich Shop
      Well-crafted soups and sandwiches are available for curbside pickup.
      • 269 Main St., Bethel
      • 802-234-9910
      • website

    View All 15 Options…

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