Good To-Go Vermont: A Directory of Takeout Options During the Coronavirus Era | Food + Drink Features | Seven Days | Vermont's Independent Voice

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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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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  • Burlington
    • City Market, Onion River Co-op (Burlington South End)
      The South End location of Burlington's grocery cooperative is open daily from 7 a.m. to 9 p.m. with groceries, prepared foods, wellness items, local note cards, and artisan-made specialty food and drink products. The hot bar and dining area are closed, but the deli is open for call-in custom sandwich orders daily between 10 a.m. and 4 p.m.
      • 207 Flynn Ave., Burlington
      • 802-540-6400
      • website
    • GBG Indian Kitchen
      The small family-owned restaurant serves mostly scratch-made Indian classics such as pakora, tandoor chicken and variety of fresh breads, as well as Himalayan dishes. Call or place orders online for pickup or delivery; on-site dining is also available.
      • 471 Riverside Ave., Burlington
      • 448-3653
      • website
    • My Little Cupcake
      Stop by the walk-up window for an assortment of cupcake flavors, or call to place a special order. Open 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. Wednesday to Saturday.
      • 217 College St., Burlington
      • 802-660-9330
      • website

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  • Chittenden County
    • A Taste of Abyssinia
      Alganesh Michael is offering her popular Ethiopian and Eritrean dishes in a new format: friends-and-family-sized dinners delivered to your door. Order via email; the rotating menu features authentic dishes with vegan and vegetarian options. Catering is also available.
    • The Pickled Perch
      New York strip steak, chicken cacciatore, and pulled pork mac and cheese are among the takeout options that can be delivered right to your car. Call to place your order. On-site dining is also available.
      • 97 Blakely Rd., Colchester
      • 802-497-1647
      • website
    • McGillicuddy's Five Corners
      The Irish pub fare — think burgers, meatloaf, and fish and chips — is available for daily takeout and on-site dining. Order online.
      • 4 Pearl St., Essex Junction
      • 802-857-5940
      • website

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  • Stowe/Smuggs
    • The Village Tavern
      The Smugglers Notch Inn's watering hole is a destination for high-quality pub fare — now available for takeout. Call in your order.
      • 55 Church St., Jeffersonville
      • 802-644-6765
      • website
    • Stowe Cantina
      Formerly known as Over the Wall, this restaurant's new iteration serves up top-shelf tequilas and traditional Mexican dishes such as posole rojo and tacos al pastor. Order online for pickup.
      • 2160 Mountain Rd., Stowe
      • 802-253-9333
      • website
    • Stowe Cider
      The cidery's family-friendly taproom is open for socially distanced on-site consumption, both indoors and outdoors, and for takeaway Thursday through Monday. Find a menu of coffee and espresso drinks, as well as breakfast and lunch specials, to accompany the full line of hard ciders, seltzers and teas, all sourced from local producers. Order online for T-shirts, hoodies, hats, glassware, jellies, pickles, and other cool merch.
      • 17 Town Farm Lane, Stowe
      • 802-253-2065
      • website

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  • Middlebury Area
    • Bobcat Café & Brewery
      The Bobcat is open and offering its contemporary comfort food for curbside pickup; call to order. Beer, cider, wine and cocktails are also available to-go.
      • 5 Main St., Bristol
      • 802-453-3311
      • website
    • Appalachian Gap Distillery
      The solar-powered distillery is offering its line of unique spirits — carefully crafted using local ingredients as much as possible — for curbside pickup. Shop online or call to place an order for pickup at the Middlebury tasting room.
      • 88 Mainelli Rd., Middlebury
      • 802-989-7362
      • website
    • Strong House Inn
      Tired of taking takeout home? The inn is opening its patio and inviting diners to bring their takeout from restaurants in downtown Vergennes on Thursday, Friday and Saturday nights. The inn will offer wine, local beer and mixed drinks for purchase.
      • 94 W. Main St., Vergennes
      • 802-877-3337
      • website

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  • Rutland/Killington
    • Dellveneri's Bakery
      This "one-stop shop for sweets and treats" supplies Rutland with tasty eats daily, offering bread and donuts for quick pickup and curbside service.
      • 14 Terrill St., Rutland
      • 802-775-4022
      • website
    • Birch Ridge Inn
      A covered bridge leads to cozy, upscale dining. The menu changes weekly and features dishes such as coconut-carrot-ginger soup and roasted ham with beans and greens — and the whole menu is available for takeout.
      • 37 Butler Rd., Killington
      • 802-422-4293
      • website
    • The Back Behind Restaurant & Barbecue Smokehouse
      Enjoy menu items such as hickory-smoked barbecue with jalapeño corn bread and homemade baked beans for dining on-site or takeout. Call ahead to make a reservation or place an order.
      • Junction of routes 4 and 100, Killington
      • 802-422-9907
      • website

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  • Champlain Islands/Northwest
    • Feldman's Bagels (St. Albans)
      Pick up bagels by the dozen or split, toasted and smeared with cream cheese. Soups, salads and sandwiches are also available.
      • 133 N. Main St., St. Albans
      • 802-582-4540
      • website
    • Beverage Mart
      The liquor store and deli opened its doors in 1971, and it's been a destination for thirsty mouths ever since. Curbside pickup and delivery available for deli items, soda and snack food.
      • 211 Lake St., St. Albans City
      • 802-527-7437
      • 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

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  • Upper Valley
    • Dan & Whit's
      The original general store in this building opened in 1891, and it has been stocked with daily necessities for small town life ever since. Curbside pickup and local delivery are available; pay with store charge or credit card.
      • 319 Main St., Norwich
      • 802-649-1602
      • 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
    • Wolf Tree
      The cocktail lounge is centered on local products, from the green-and-white bar made from Danby marble to the cocktails mixed with found and foraged ingredients. Snacks include cheeses and meats. Takeout is available, as are indoor and outdoor dining.
      • 40 Currier St., White River Junction
      • 802-698-8409
      • website

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  • Northeast Kingdom
    • Salt Bistro
      The chef-owned restaurant's menu has an Italian inflection. Call or make online reservations for onsite dining, or call to order for pickup or free delivery within St. Johnsbury.
      • 94 Eastern Ave., St. Johnsbury
      • 802-424-1690
      • website
    • Central Café
      On rapidly revitalizing Railroad Street, this casual community café offers a warm atmosphere and even warmer coffee drinks. Order salads, chocolate croissants and biscotti online to take-out or eat in.
      • 418 Railroad St., St. Johnsbury
      • 802-424-1344
      • website
    • The Brown Cow
      You can get pancakes, an omelette or a burger at this neighborly spot reminiscent of Grandma's kitchen. Go early — it opens at 5 a.m. but closes by 1 p.m. for eat-in or take-out.
      • 350 E. Main St., Newport
      • 802-334-7887
      • website

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  • Brattleboro/Okemo Valley
    • Honeypie
      Honeypie's prepared weekend meals are available for preorder and prepay via Main dishes might include braised bone-in lamb shanks or whole-roasted Misty Knoll chicken. Ask about wine-pairing options.
      • 8811 Route 30, Jamaica
      • 802-548-4999
      • website
    • Inn at Water's Edge
      The Victorian inn continues to host prix-fixe four-course suppers in its formal dining room on Tuesday nights. Reservations are required.
      • 45 Kingdom Rd., Ludlow
      • 802-228-8143
      • website
    • Wunderbar
      This eclectic spot offers everything from pretzels and bratwurst to pumpkin Bolognese and fish tacos. Local beer and craft cocktails pay homage to its German beer garden inspiration, too. Call to place an order to-go.
      • 22 Rockingham St., Bellows Falls
      • 802-489-0289
      • website

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  • Randolph/Royalton
    • Tozier's Restaurant
      This central Vermont standby has been in biz for more than 60 years. The dining room is open through December, and takeout is available. Call to place an order to-go.
      • 2678 River St., Bethel
      • 802-234-9400
      • website
    • First Branch Coffee
      Caffeine connoisseurs stop by for espresso, drip coffee, maple lattes and CBD-infused pick-me-ups made with beans roasted weekly on-site. Open Wednesday through Monday for takeout and curbside pickup; the full menu of hot and iced drinks is available, and doughnuts from Woodbury's Local Donut are for sale every Wednesday. Making coffee at home? Order beans online.
      • 228 Chelsea St., South Royalton
      • 802-281-8453
      • website
    • Babes Bar
      The bar that has become rural Bethel's melting pot is temporarily closed, but its owners are hosting occasional pop-up events. Check social media for details.
      • 221 Main St., Bethel
      • 802-234-1144
      • website

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