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Eat This Week, May 9 to 15, 2018: Eat the East


Sisters of Anarchy Ice Cream
  • Sisters of Anarchy Ice Cream

Sustainable Woodstock launches its first annual food truck gathering to support its East End redevelopment initiative. Tap into the flavors of summer with Vermont and New Hampshire vendors. Food items include a creamy ice cream cone courtesy of Sisters of Anarchy Ice Cream and a fresh New England lobster roll from Boisvert's Curbside Kitchen. And there will be tasty bites from Taco's Tacos, blistery Neapolitan crusts from La Pizza Lupo, fresh cocktails from SILO Distillery and caffeinated perks from Abracadabra Coffee, as well as treats from several other vendors. Live music and lawn games make it a family affair.

East End Eats: Saturday, May 12, noon-4 p.m., 54 Maxham Meadow Way, Woodstock. Cost of food and drink. Info, 457-2911,

More food events

Five-Year Celebration: Hen of the Wood sings itself the "Happy Birthday" song with a Hill Farmstead tap takeover, $1 oysters, free snacks and Local Dork on the turntables. Wednesday, May 9, 6-10 p.m., Hen of the Wood, Burlington. Free. Info,

Fourth Annual 14th Star Run for the Beer: Runners hit a 5K course to benefit the Vermont Make-A-Wish Foundation — and then drink beers to mark the event. Saturday, May 12, 10 a.m.-1 p.m., 14th Star Brewing, St. Albans. $30. Info,

Sunday Soul Brunch: Brunchers sway to swooning soul tunes and sip specialty cocktails while waiting for a table at one of Winooski's downtown eateries, or they swing by afterward to keep the brunch buzz alive. Sunday, May 13, 11 a.m.-2 p.m., Monkey House, Winooski. Cost of food and drink. Info,

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