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


Vermont restaurants may be off-limits to dine-in customers for the foreseeable future, but they are still making delicious food. Seven Days has compiled Good To-Go Vermont as a new resource to help you find out what your favorite eateries are serving up via takeout, delivery or curbside pickup.

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

What are you up for today?

See who's serving in your area:

  • Burlington
    • Syp Brand Pierogi
      Miranda Syp hosts her Pierogi Monday pop-ups at Barrio Bakery, serving plates of "little pockets of love." Pre-order for curbside pickup at Barrio on May 18. Bags of frozen pierogi are also available.
      • Pop-up Business, Burlington
      • website
    • Pizza 44
      New York-style pies baked in cast-iron skillets are available for pickup at the takeout window. Order online or by phone; no cash accepted.
      • 703 Pine St., Burlington
      • 802-540-0441
      • website
    • Halvorson's
      Church Street's long-standing bistro is open for takeout, offering Bailey Melts, grilled cheese, fries and other favorites, as well as anything from the bar. Call to order.
      • 16 Church St., Burlington
      • 802-658-0278
      • website

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  • Stowe/Smuggs
    • Salute
      The chef-owned cucina crafts wood-fired Neapolitan pizzas, pastas, prime steaks and more for pickup or delivery. Get beer or wine to go, too. Call ahead.
      • 18 Edson Hill Rd., Stowe
      • 802-253-5677
      • website
    • Cork Wine Bar & Market
      Call to order from one of Vermont's largest natural wine collections — they'll bring your order out curbside.
      • 35 School St., Stowe
      • 802-760-6143
      • website
    • North Country Cakes
      At her village bakeshop, pastry chef Nicole Maddox turns out "approachable Americana desserts" including doughnuts, fritters, scones and babka. Preorder online at for Saturday pickup.
      • 73 Lower Main St., Morrisville
      • 802-851-8258
      • website

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  • Middlebury Area
    • Black Sheep Bistro
      A full menu of entrées ranging from bistro steak to Thai broiled haddock are available for takeout and curbside pickup, including bottles of wine. Orders must be placed over the phone.
      • 253 Main St., Vergennes
      • 802-877-9991
      • website
    • Paddlers Pub
      Friday takeout options might include prime rib, pizza or wings — and don't forget a drink to go. Order by phone.
      • 937 W. Shore Rd., Salisbury
      • 802-352-4382
      • website
    • Bar Antidote
      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
      • 802-877-2555
      • website

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  • Champlain Islands/Northwest
    • 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. Alcohol takeout also available. Pick up your order on the porch.
      • 2057 N. Main St., Montgomery
      • 802-326-3269
      • 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
    • Tim's Place
      At breakfast, the sausage is freshly ground in-house and the waffle batter is from scratch. Available for takeout, along with a lunch menu of sandwiches, salads and burgers until 8 p.m.
      • 51 S. Main St., St. Albans
      • 802-782-8417
      • website

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  • Upper Valley
    • SILO Distillery
      The distillery is open only for free pickup of hand sanitizer. It also offers discounts on gift cards and booze available for online ordering and delivery.
      • 3 Artisans Way, Windsor
      • 802-674-4220
      • website
    • Chef Brad's CrazySide
      Out of a vintage yellow camper, Brad Pirkey cooks up lobster rolls, smoked brisket, fish & chips, and more. Window service only, no phone orders. Masks required. One person at a time.
      • 1 Quechee Main St., Quechee
      • 802-295-6400
      • website
    • Barnard Inn Restaurant and Max's Tavern
      Call ahead to pick up upscale pub fare at the curb Thursday through Saturday. Wine and beer are 10 percent off, and a 15 percent gratuity is added to all orders.
      • 5518 Route 12, Barnard
      • 802-234-9961
      • 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
    • Smith's Grocery
      The locally owned grocery store offers takeout and free delivery to surrounding towns for grocery and deli orders. If you are a home or business in need, call the store for support.
      • 767 Main St., Greensboro Bend
      • 802-533-2631
      • website
    • Blackbird Bistro
      Craft cocktails and local beer meet comfort food with a twist. Order online for takeout Thursday through Sunday.
      • 1037 S. Craftsbury Rd., Craftsbury
      • 802-586-2400
      • website

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  • Brattleboro/Okemo Valley
    • Green Mountain Sugar House
      The red-roofed sugar house on the water's edge makes everything from maple syrup to mouth-watering maple fudge. It's also a Vermont country gift shop, with local cheeses, smoked meats, coffee and more. Curbside pickup is available.
      • 820 Route 100, Ludlow
      • 800-643-9338
      • website
    • Singleton's General Store
      Deli sandwiches, meals ready-to-eat and grocery essentials are available for curbside pickup and delivery.
      • 356 Main St., Proctorsville
      • 802-226-7666
      • website
    • The Southern Pie Company (Chester)
      These sweet treats weave Dixie flavors with Yankee ingredients. Sample a slice of bourbon-pecan, or sit down to a lunch of chicken pot pie. The scones, cookies and doughnuts are housemade, too.
      • 94 Common St., Chester
      • 802-875-7437
      • website

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  • Manchester/Bennington
    • Mystic Café & Wine Bar
      Homestyle Mediterranean dishes are available for takeout and delivery from this corner café.
      • 4928 Main St., Manchester Center
      • 802-768-8086
      • website
    • China Wok
      The buffet is temporarily closed, but takeout is available for Chinese-American favorites. Call to order.
      • 67 N. Bennington Rd., Bennington
      • 802-447-2280
    • Heer Inc.
      This small-town grocery and liquor store is open with sandwiches, pizza, fried munchies and South Indian specials to-go, as well as grocery staples and toilet paper. Call to order.
      • 3713 Route 7A, Arlington
      • 802-375-6427
      • website

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  • Randolph/Royalton
    • 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
    • Cockadoodle Pizza Café
      Blistered pies, tomato-basil panini and local brews are available for curbside pickup.
      • 235 Main St., Bethel
      • 802-234-9666
      • website
    • 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

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