Seven Days Launches 'Good To-Go Vermont,' an Online Directory of Local Restaurants Offering Takeout and Delivery | Inside Seven Days

Seven Days Launches 'Good To-Go Vermont,' an Online Directory of Local Restaurants Offering Takeout and Delivery

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TOM MCNEILL
  • Tom McNeill
In response to the current ban on table service at all Vermont restaurants, Seven Days has launched a digital directory of local eateries that are offering takeout, delivery or curbside drop-off options during the coronavirus pandemic.

“Vermont restaurants may be off-limits to dine-in customers, but they are still making delicious food that people want to purchase and enjoy,” said Paula Routly, publisher and co-founder of Seven Days. “By collecting all of this information in one place, we hope to generate business for anyone who is still open during this unbelievably challenging time.”

GoodToGoVermont.com will make it easy for diners to sort by region and find restaurants still operating near them and what they are cooking up. The directory draws on the extensive database of Vermont restaurants featured in our annual dining guide, 7 Nights.



To view the growing list of restaurants, visit GoodToGoVermont.com. Restaurateurs can add themselves right there on the site. Know an eatery that should be listed? Contact us at goodtogo@sevendaysvt.com
Seven Days’ Vermont Restaurant Week, originally scheduled for April 24 to May 3, is being postponed until later in 2020. All seven of the event’s sponsors — Vermont Federal Credit Union, Vermont Creamery, Burlington Beer Company, WhistlePig, City Market, Onion River Co-op, Shacksbury Cider and the Essex, Vermont’s Culinary Resort & Spa — are supporting Good To-Go Vermont.

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