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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.

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!

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What are you up for today?

See who's serving in your area:

  • Burlington
    • Vermont Pub & Brewery
      Burlington's original brewpub, open since 1988, deals in classic plates such as country meatloaf and fish and chips. They're best paired with one of 10 ever-changing beers. Physically distant indoor and al fresco dining are available; call to make a reservation or order takeout. Open Wednesday through Sunday.
      • 144 College St., Burlington
      • 802-865-0500
      • website
    • Syp Brand Pierogi
      Miranda Syp hosts occasional pop-ups at Barrio Bakery, serving plates of "little pockets of love." Bags of frozen pierogi are also available.
      • Pop-up Business, Burlington
      • website
    • New Moon Café
      The café is offering curbside pickup and outdoor seating Sunday through Friday. Place your order online or stop by the garage door to order in-person. While you're there, donate to the café's suspended meal program to help feed neighbors in need.
      • 150 Cherry St., Burlington
      • 802-383-1505
      • website

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  • Chittenden County
    • Texas Roadhouse
      Download the Texas Roadhouse app to order and pay, then pick up your meal at the curb. New options include ready-to-grill steaks as well as family meal packs.
      • 225 Interstate Corporate Center, Williston
      • 802-288-1110
      • website
    • Monkey House
      Winooski's neighborhood nightclub now serves pizza by the slice in addition to beer, wine and cocktails. Dine-in or take it to go; open seven days a week. Order online or at the bar.
      • 30 Main St., Winooski
      • 802-655-4563
      • website
    • Lantman's Market
      On the run? Stop into the market's deli for a sandwich, salad, soup or hot meal. Check the bakery department and the cooler for to-go fare, prepared in-house daily. Delivery available for vulnerable individuals; call 482-8115.
      • 10681 Route 116, Hinesburg
      • 802-482-2361
      • website

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  • Barre/Montpelier
    • 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
    • O'Maddi's Delaraunt
      Deli by day, restaurant by night, Northfield's family-run "delaraunt" produces pastries, breakfast sandwiches, salads and subs for takeout and curbside pickup. Call ahead to order; Venmo payment is encouraged. Find daily specials on Facebook and Instagram.
      • 40 Depot Sq., Suite 1, Northfield
      • 802-485-4700
      • website
    • The North Branch Café
      Montpelier's cozy tea-and-wine lounge is open for takeout service of tea, wine and food such as sushi, spring rolls and knish, with gluten-free and vegan options for both savory and sweet. Order online. Teas can be shipped nationwide; downtown delivery is also available.
      • 41 State St., Montpelier
      • 802-552-8105
      • website

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  • Stowe/Smuggs
    • Moogs Joint
      Sip a cocktail outside while listening to live music, or call 730-8091 to order burgers, barbecue and other favorites for curbside pickup.
      • 1015 Route 15, Johnson
      • 802-730-8091
      • 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
    • The Butchery (Stowe)
      Butcher shop, fishmonger and fromagerie in one, this market is open for in-store shopping — limited to six customers at a time, with gloves and hand sanitizer provided. Online shopping, curbside pickup and local delivery also available; call to place your order and pay.
      • 504 Mountain Rd., Stowe
      • 802-253-1444
      • 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
    • Aztlan Foods
      Chef-owner Fred Dominguez's spice-laden dishes might include tacos, chiles rellenos and El Bombero: a marinated chicken or seasoned beef burrito with housemade sauce and chipotle cream. Call to order and pick up outside the restaurant's main door.
      • 40 Foundry St., Suite 5, Waterbury
      • 802-244-5570
      • website
    • Lake Champlain Chocolates (Waterbury Center)
      This Burlington-born brand is known for its gourmet specialty chocolates, available in truffle, bar, coin and cluster forms. Notable for high-quality ingredients, many from local farmers and producers, these confections are available for shipping; purchase online. Prefer curbside pickup? Place your order from the Burlington locations instead and pick up there.
      • 2653 Route 100, Waterbury Center
      • 802-241-4150
      • website

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  • Middlebury Area
    • 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
    • Sabai Sabai Thai Cuisine
      Turn up the heat with northern Thai dishes or sushi — available for curbside pickup every day but Tuesday.
      • 22 Merchants Row, Middlebury
      • 802-989-7376
      • website
    • Lucky Star Catering
      This catering business operates out of Hogback Mountain Brewery & Taproom, where owner Katie Baas also curates a small but diverse menu available for takeout and on the patio. An online "pantry" featuring taproom favorites, meal kits and monthly brunches is launching soon.
      • 372 Rockydale Rd., Bristol
      • 802-643-2304
      • website

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  • Rutland/Killington
    • The Wild Fern
      One young customer dubbed Stockbridge's chef-owned café a "baker-ria" for its homemade bagels and pizzas, which incorporate produce from nearby farms. Order for Wednesday pickup.
      • 1730 Route 100, Stockbridge
      • 802-746-9119
      • website
    • The Palms Restaurant
      A Rutland-area tradition since 1933, this downtown landmark is known for its Neapolitan pizzas, eggplant Parmigiana and grilled Delmonico steaks. The whole menu is available to-go, including beverages.
      • 36 Strongs Ave., Rutland
      • 802-773-2367
      • website
    • Clear River Tavern
      The Clear Team is offering both dine-in and take-out options, including fresh and local pub fare. Enjoy a meal on the sweeping 9 acre property or in a large, safely distanced dining area inside.
      • 2640 Route 100, Pittsfield
      • 802-746-8999
      • website

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  • Champlain Islands/Northwest
    • The Main Squeeze
      Immune-boosting foods such as smoothies, juices, soups, salads, stews and power bars will help nourish your body. Order online or call ahead for early-morning curbside pickup.
      • 14 Swanton Rd., St. Albans
      • 802-393-4488
      • 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
    • The Black Lantern Inn
      The farm-to-table to-go fare at this cozy historic inn includes tortellini carbonara and a lamb burger with fries. Dining on the porch and in the dining room is available with 90-minute reservations.
      • 2057 N. Main St., Montgomery
      • 802-326-3269
      • website

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  • Upper Valley
    • 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
    • Waits River Country Store and Deli
      Located in one of Vermont's most photographed towns, the modest market is stocked with grocery essentials, seeds for the garden and prepared food specials. Curbside pickup and local delivery are available.
      • 149 Route 25, West Topsham
      • 802-439-9510
      • website
    • Simon Pearce Restaurant
      The restaurant team has created a special takeout menu including customer favorites. A selection of beer and wine by the can or bottle is also available.
      • 1760 Quechee Main St., Quechee
      • 802-295-1470
      • website

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  • Northeast Kingdom
    • Kingdom Crust Co.
      Affordable and family-run, this pizzeria strives to use local ingredients. It also dishes nachos, mac and cheese, chicken tenders and subs galore, plus a "Kingdom Kids" menu. Order online for take-out and free delivery within St. Johnsbury.
      • 1216 Railroad St., St. Johnsbury
      • 802-424-2328
      • website
    • The Essex House & Tavern
      Customize a burger with cheese, applewood bacon or an egg; snack on poutine or stuffed mushrooms; or dine on broiled maple bourbon scallops. Indoor and seasonal outdoor seating plus take-out.
      • 138 Cross St., Island Pond
      • 802-723-9888
      • website
    • Front Seat Coffee
      Open for takeout and curbside pickup of espresso drinks, tea and coffee beans. Pre-order drinks online as well as baked goods for Saturday pickup.
      • 101 S. Main St., Hardwick
      • 802-472-7947
      • website

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  • Brattleboro/Okemo Valley
    • Family Kitchen & Pizzeria
      Handmade Asian fare — including pad Thai, dumplings and Hong Kong noodles — is big here, but so is pizza. The full menu is available to go.
      • 8814 Route 30, Jamaica
      • 802-297-0458
      • website
    • The Village Roost
      Visit to order from a menu spanning breakfast to family chicken dinner. Grocery and snack items are also available, including bagged coffee, granola and popcorn.
      • 20 W. Main St., Wilmington
      • 802-464-3344
      • website
    • 371 Restaurant
      The River Street restaurant serves inexpensive pizzas, burgers and fried seafoods — but the best reasons to stop in are the tamales, empanadas and other authentic Mexican specialties. Open for takeout and delivery.
      • 371 River St., Springfield
      • 802-886-8300
      • website

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  • Manchester/Bennington
    • 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
    • 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
    • Gringo Jack's Southwestern Bar & Grill
      Famous for its sauces, salsas and tortilla chips, this Tex-Mex spot is serving up its regular menu of tamales, tacos, enchiladas, wings and barbecue for takeout. Family-style options can be ready-to-eat or frozen by request. Don't forget the margaritas.
      • 5103 Main St., Manchester Center
      • 802-362-0836
      • website

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  • Randolph/Royalton
    • 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
    • Brocklebank Craft Brewing
      There may not be any curbs in Tunbridge, but the town's friendly neighborhood nanobrewery is offering its easy-drinking ales, lagers and session beers for curbside pickup.
      • 357 Dickerman Hill Rd., Tunbridge
      • 802-685-4838
      • website
    • Maple Soul
      Vermont comfort food meets Southern soul food. Call ahead to order hush puppies, shrimp and grits, Cajun chicken, and more for curbside pickup. Beer and wine available. Card payments only.
      • 13 School St., Rochester
      • 802-967-8064
      • website

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