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


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.

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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!

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  • Burlington
    • Taco Gordo
      Tacos and what the owners call "the best burritos in the state" can be ordered online for takeout or delivery.
      • 208 N. Winooski Ave., Burlington
      • 802-540-0770
      • website
    • Knead Bakery
      Filling a "knead" for vegan baked goods, owner Robert Blum puts forth chocolate croissants, challah wreaths, glazed-tempeh breakfast sandwiches and other plant-based bites. Order online for curbside pickup.
      • 294 N. Winooski Ave., Burlington
      • 802-540-6852
      • website
    • Rí Rá Irish Pub & Whiskey Room
      Here you'll find a friendly pub experience featuring an Irish-inspired menu, craft brews and single-malt Scotches. Go online to make a reservation.
      • 123 Church St., Burlington
      • 802-860-9401
      • website

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  • Chittenden County
    • Yummy Chinese Restaurant
      Families come in for dinner deals on Thai specialties and Chinese favorites, especially jumbo shrimp and dim sum. Takeout only.
      • 49 Heineberg Dr., Colchester
      • 802-860-2828
      • website
    • Gusto Gelato
      Farm-fresh milk and local fruits go into the small-batch gelato, made daily and served in pints. The gelateria has consolidated with La Villa Bistro next door; current flavors can be ordered online.
      • 3762 Shelburne Rd., Shelburne
      • 802-238-0452
      • website
    • Miss Weinerz
      "Donut give up," says baker Ren Weiner. She offers baked goods, cellar items, herbal blends and local products through BBz Delivery Collective. There are options for anyone struggling to pay right now, as well as ways to donate to help feed others.
      • n/a, Winooski
      • 802-497-7647
      • website

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  • Stowe/Smuggs
    • The Bagel
      The cafe and bagelry rolls, boils and bakes more than 20 varieties of New York-style bagels daily. Pick up a dozen to-go or eat a bagel sandwich in the cafe. Delivery available through Stowe To Go.
      • 394 Mountain Rd., Stowe
      • 802-253-9943
      • website
    • Boyden Valley Winery & Spirits
      The winery offers internet and phone orders for flat-rate shipping. Curbside pickup available, call to place your order. Visit the website for cocktail and sangria recipes.
      • 64 Route 104, Cambridge
      • 802-644-8151
      • 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

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  • Mad River Valley/Waterbury
    • Big Picture Theater and Café
      The café is currently taking a break from takeout, but its "world famous" maple-glazed doughnuts are available for pickup Friday through Sunday. Order online.
      • 48 Carroll Rd., Waitsfield
      • 802-496-8994
      • website
    • Stoke Ramen Bar
      This small noodle bar serves imaginative, ever-changing takes on ramen using ingredients both traditional and creative. Order online for takeout.
      • 5081 Main St., Waitsfield
      • 802-496-5081
      • website
    • The Sweet Spot
      Overlooking an 1833 covered bridge, the beloved village café proffers fine coffees, cocktails and baked goods — not to mention soups, salads and sandwiches. Call in orders for curbside pickup.
      • 40 Bridge St., Waitsfield
      • 802-496-9199
      • website

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  • Middlebury Area
    • Hired Hand Brewing Co.
      Wood-fired pizza and brews crafted from local grains and malts are available for takeout. Find the menu online; call to order.
      • 35 Green St., Vergennes
      • 802-870-7191
      • website
    • Savouré
      Local fruits and veggies sparkle in this producer's hand-crafted sodas. Order online, or find seasonal flavors like grapefruit tarragon, peach-yuzu and strawberry Thai basil on various local tap lists.
      • 26 Main St., Bristol
      • 802-734-4236
      • website
    • Lost Monarch Coffee
      Royal Oak's sister shop has an identity of its own within the Stone Mill Public Market. Expertly crafted coffee drinks made with beans from rotating roasters are available to-go.
      • 3 Mill St., Middlebury
      • 802-349-1609
      • website

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  • Rutland/Killington
    • Willie's BBQ
      Smoke signals draw carnivores to this roadside barbecue stand. Find wood-fired pulled pork, brisket and ribs; burgers, dogs, beans and slaw, too. Open Saturday and Sunday for lunch and dinner.
      • Mobile food truck, Fair Haven
      • 802-558-6340
      • website
    • Olivia’s Market
      Build your own sandwich to-go from a menu of Boar’s Head meats, fresh veggies and creative condiments — or take a staff suggestion, such as Rutland’s Choice with chicken salad, bacon and provolone.
      • 199 Stratton Rd., Rutland
      • 802-775-1144
      • website
    • Bueno Burrito
      "Quick, healthy and fresh!" is the tagline at this Mexican joint on the edge of town. Build a burrito, or choose from a menu of tacos, quesadillas, salads and nachos, available for takeout or delivery.
      • 136 Strongs Ave., Rutland
      • 802-772-7033
      • website

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  • Champlain Islands/Northwest
    • Red House Sweets
      French Canadian baker Caroline Demers offers her sweet and savory items for pickup. Call ahead.
      • 10 Lake St., St. Albans
      • 802-393-8036
      • website
    • Swanton House of Pizza
      Pizzas, barbecue chicken, salads, sweets and more at this pizzeria -- which also offers pizza kits: dough, sauce, cheese and fixings to assemble and bake at home.
      • 32 Merchants Row, Swanton
      • 802-868-3085
      • website
    • Hometown Beverage and Redemption
      The delicatessen, beverage outlet and bottle redemption center offers daily specials such as macaroni and cheese, beef stroganoff and lasagna. Offering takeout, curbside pickup, and a well-stocked selection of booze to go.

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  • Upper Valley
    • Pizza Chef of Quechee
      The pizzeria's owner is "hoptimistic" that "everything will be fine with a craft beer." Get a growler, a DIY pizza kit or a pie to take home.
      • 5893 Woodstock Rd., Quechee
      • 802-296-6669
      • website
    • The Hartland Diner
      Diner classics are available to-go and for curbside pickup, including pancakes and comfort foods in batches big enough for the whole family.
      • 159 Route 5, Hartland
      • 802-436-3663
      • website
    • 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

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  • Northeast Kingdom
    • 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
    • Smith's Grocery
      The locally owned grocery store offers takeout pizza, deli grinders and daily hot meal specials like lasagna and turkey dinners.
      • 767 Main St., Greensboro Bend
      • 802-533-2631
      • website
    • Kham's Thai Cuisine
      At St. Johnsbury's family-owned Thai restaurant, the seafood is fresh and so are the veggies. Try the red curry with shrimp or the crispy ginger duck.Take-out only Tuesday through Saturday.
      • 1112 Memorial Dr., St. Johnsbury
      • 802-751-8424
      • website

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  • Manchester/Bennington
    • The Avocado Pit
      Fast burritos, bowls, salads and tacos with housemade "pit sauce" come with a little kick or a big one. Open for dine-in, takeout and delivery.
      • 201 South St., Bennington
      • 802-753-7003
      • website
    • The Arlington Inn
      Inn guests and the general public feast on potato gnocchi, porterhouse veal chops and pan-roasted duck at a chef-owned inn built in 1847. Indoor and patio dining are available.
      • 3904 Route 7A, Arlington
      • 802-375-6532
      • website
    • Thai Basil
      Traditional dishes such as slow-roasted duck, massaman curry and pad see ew distinguish the upscale Thai restaurant. Open for curbside pickup, including cocktails.
      • 4940 Main St., Manchester
      • 802-768-8433
      • website

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  • Randolph/Royalton
    • Babes Bar
      The bar that has become rural Bethel's melting pot is temporarily closed, but its owners are hosting occasional pop-up events. Check social media for details.
      • 221 Main St., Bethel
      • 802-234-1144
      • website
    • First Branch Coffee
      Caffeine connoisseurs stop by for espresso, drip coffee, maple lattes and CBD-infused pick-me-ups made with beans roasted weekly on-site. Open Wednesday through Monday for takeout and curbside pickup; the full menu of hot and iced drinks is available, and doughnuts from Woodbury's Local Donut are for sale every Wednesday. Making coffee at home? Order beans online.
      • 228 Chelsea St., South Royalton
      • 802-281-8453
      • website
    • Sandy's Books & Bakery
      Part bookstore, part bakery, this locavore café makes bagels, croissants, soup, spanakopita and pizza in-house. Open for takeout Wednesday through Sunday.
      • 30 N. Main St., Rochester
      • 802-767-4258
      • website

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