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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.

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  • Burlington
    • Poppy Café & Market
      Sisters Abby and Emily Portman opened their café in the former home of the Chubby Muffin in early November. Place orders for sandwiches such as the Meryl — marinated sardines with Calabrian chili aioli, salsa verde, almond/citrus/pickled fennel/olive salad, arugula and radicchio on Trent's Bread — online or order in-person for pickup. A small market in the space they share with Café Mamajuana features housemade pantry items and a selection of local products.
    • Lion Turtle Tea
      This teahouse offers a Vermont-focused interpretation of East Asian food and drink. Dishes such as bao and jiaozi feature local ingredients as the menu moves through the four seasons, following the tea production cycle. Call to place an order for takeout.
      • 135 Pearl St., Burlington
      • 802-391-0630
      • website
    • Simple Roots Brewing
      This New North End brewery is selling cans and growlers of its classic, accessible ales, including Simple Pils, Double Fib and Radiant. Stop by the taproom on Friday for pop-up food from Chile Colorado.
      • 1127 North Ave., Suite 8, Burlington
      • 802-399-2658
      • website

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  • Chittenden County
    • The Lighthouse Restaurant and Lounge
      Order cheddar-ale soup, a California chicken sandwich, lobster mac and cheese, and more to-go. Call to order and again when you arrive for easy curbside pickup.
      • 38 Lower Mountain View Dr., Colchester
      • 802-448-3361
      • website
    • Richmond Community Kitchen
      Healthy and locally sourced prepared meals — including soups, stews and lasagna — are available for curbside pickup; free delivery within an established area on Thursday. Call or go online to order. Cooking classes are not currently being offered.
      • 13 Jolina Ct., Richmond
      • 802-434-3445
      • website
    • Blank Page Café
      The farm-to-table café located inside the Bread & Butter Farm store offers specialty coffee, gluten-free baked goods and hearty meals for curbside pickup. Order online, where you can add local meat, produce, bread and other grocery staples from the farm store to your haul. Don't miss the breakfast taco pop-up on Fridays.
      • 200 Leduc Farm Rd., Shelburne
      • 860-573-4403
      • website

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  • Stowe/Smuggs
    • El Toro
      Tamales and pozoles and huevos rancheros — oh, my! Morrisville's from-scratch Mexican joint uses local ingredients and recipes from the chef-owner's abuela. Open for takeout and dine-in.
      • 82 Lower Main St., Morrisville
      • 802-521-7177
      • website
    • Bistro at Ten Acres
      On weekends at the Bistro at Ten Acres, you'll find sushi from Green Mountain Sushi. During the week the bistro serves entrees such as fried gnocchi with Brussels sprouts and cauliflower, filet mignon with seasonal vegetables and Thai red curry. Food and drink are available by delivery, for curbside pickup and at the bistro.
      • 14 Barrows Rd., Stowe
      • 802-253-6838
      • website
    • Umami
      The chefs at this takeout Asian restaurant trained with Steve Bogart, the founding chef of A Single Pebble restaurant. The menu features Cantonese and Sichuan cuisine, with dishes such as spicy chicken dumplings, crispy chili shrimp, hot and sour soup and seared greens. Call to order takeout.
      • 151 Main St., Stowe
      • 802-253-4177
      • website

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  • Mad River Valley/Waterbury
    • Yak it to Me VT
      Vermont-grown Yak: it's rolled into sausages, pressed into patties, stir-fried and grilled at this Mad River Valley food cart. Available all winter to book for private parties and special occasions.
      • Mobile food cart, Waitsfield
      • website
    • The Reservoir Restaurant & Taproom
      Beer fans hit up "the Rez" for its locally famous draft list and locavore pub snacks: burritos, chicken tenders and big-time burgers. Open for on-site dining and takeout; order online.
      • 1 S. Main St., Waterbury
      • 802-244-7827
      • website
    • Pro Pig
      Waterbury's destination brewpub offers a Vermont take on eastern North Carolina barbecue in the dining room, plus world-class house beers, classic cocktails and unique wines. The attached brewery serves up street eats. Both are open for takeout and socially distanced dining.
      • 23 S. Main St., Waterbury
      • 802-244-4120
      • website

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  • Middlebury Area
    • The Mad Taco (Middlebury)
      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.
      • 3 Mill St., Middlebury
      • 802-382-9070
      • website
    • The Braided Loaf
      Homemade baked goods such as bagels, challah, cinnamon rolls and other treats are available for no-contact delivery. Find the weekly menu online and place your order through the linked form.
      • N/A, Whiting
      • 802-349-7808
      • website
    • Champlain Valley Creamery
      The award-winning organic cheesemaker will ship its specialty, farm-fresh cheeses to your door, place them out for curbside pickup at the creamery or even deliver locally in town. Email or call to place your order and pay.
      • 88 Mainelli Rd., Suite 3, Middlebury
      • 802-989-7361
      • website

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  • Rutland/Killington
    • The Wheel Inn
      Stop by the red-and-white farmhouse for a filling breakfast plate, hot sandwich or burger. Dine inside, outside or curbside.
      • 730 Lake Rd., Benson
      • 802-537-2755
      • website
    • Gourmet Provence
      Café Provence's offshoot market offers breads and pastries straight from the oven — plus soups, salads and sandwiches to-go. Grab a bottle of wine for later.
      • 37 Center St., Brandon
      • 802-247-3002
      • website
    • Ramunto's Sicilian Pizza
      Deft dough makers toss the pies for takeout and delivery. The garlic-knot pizza is beloved; its crust is braided with garlic knots and laced with Parmesan.
      • 102 Strongs Ave., Rutland
      • 802-747-9980
      • website

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  • Champlain Islands/Northwest
    • Pan's Pizza
      A pizza is only as good as the crust, sauce and cheese, and this takeout joint nails all three. Order pies, salads and cheesy breadsticks by phone for curbside pickup. To help community members financially impacted by COVID-19, the eatery has implemented a pay-what-you-can model with five tiers of payment options.
      • 326 Route 2, South Hero
      • 802-372-4729
      • website
    • 14th Star Brewing Co.
      The taproom is open for cans of beer to-go, new growler fills and takeout from the on-site Grazers. Indoor and outdoor seating available; reservations required.
      • 133 N. Main St., Suite 7, St. Albans
      • 802-528-5988
      • website
    • Warner's Snack Bar
      Milk shakes are mixed thin, medium or thick and can be paired with a pastrami hoagie, BLT wrap or egg salad sub. Sandwiches, burgers, hand-cut fries, salads and more are available to-go, delivered to customers' cars, every day but Sunday. Picnic area on-site.
      • 499 Route 7, St. Albans
      • 802-527-2377
      • website

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  • Upper Valley
    • La Garagista Farm + Winery
      Farmers, winemakers and restaurateurs Deirdre Heekin and Caleb Barber are offering curbside pickup for wine orders at their Barnard farm and vineyard. Online purchasing is also available.
      • 1834 Mount Hunger Rd., Barnard
      • 802-291-1295
      • website
    • Lake Morey Resort
      The resort's restaurant is serving creative fall dishes for the entire family, featuring ingredients sourced from local and regional producers. Go online or call to order dinner, wine and beer to-go Thursday through Saturday. On-site outdoor seating will remain open throughout the fall as temperatures allow, and indoor lakeside dining will continue regardless of weather. Reservations are required.
      • 1 Clubhouse Rd., Fairlee
      • 802-333-4311
      • 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

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  • Northeast Kingdom
    • Star Theatre of St. Johnsbury
      The movies are rolling again with limited capacity Fridays through Tuesdays. Even if you're not going to the movies, you can swing by for popcorn — topped with real Cabot butter, of course — jumbo hot dogs, candy and cold drinks. Discount movie ticket books are also for sale.
      • 17 Eastern Ave., St. Johnsbury
      • 802-748-9511
      • website
    • 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
    • Craftsbury General Store
      The 150-year-old general store offers a localvore menu of scratch-made food including all the baked goods. Global meals to-go range from Tunisian chickpeas and couscous to comfort food classics like chicken and biscuits.
      • 118 S. Craftsbury Rd., Craftsbury
      • 802-586-2811

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  • Manchester/Bennington
    • The Pawlet Station Restaurant
      Formerly a train stop, the restaurant invites diners aboard for morning omelettes, oatmeal and waffles. Chili burgers and fried delights pull into the station later in the day. On-site dining and takeout are available.
      • 50 School St., Pawlet
      • 802-325-2503
      • website
    • Your Belly's Deli
      The delicatessen's all-American classics include the Reuben — available open- or closed-face — and the Belly Up with housemade roast beef. Call in an order for pickup.
      • 100 Pleasant St., Bennington
      • 802-442-3653
      • website
    • Johnny Seesaw's
      Family meals, growler fills and specials to-go are available for curbside pickup.
      • 3574 Route 11, Peru
      • 802-824-5533
      • website

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