Interested in finding a great place to have dinner in Burlington, Vermont? We looked at the many great options for Burlington and created the list of the best restaurants based on the quality of the food, the ambiance, and the value of the dining experience.
Chef Hervé Mahé brings 30 plus years of experience in the culinary arts to Bistro de Margot. Born and raised in France, he trained at the prestigious Ferrandi School of the French Culinary Arts (Ecole Supérieure de Cuisine Française) in Paris and at some of the finest restaurants in Europe, Canada and the United States.
While Stowe, Waterbury, and Montpelier are food destinations in their own right, Burlington is still the best spot for an all-out gluttonous weekend getaway — it’s less than two hours from Montreal, and three and a half from Boston.
You're going to be hungry during your stay - check out some of the best restaurants Burlington has to offer. Explore a variety of Burlington restaurants in the Lake Champlain Valley of northwestern Vermont, whether you want to grab a quick bite at a Burlington cafe, looking for a great Burlington pub for a night on the town, or want to hire a local favorite for catering in Burlington, VT.
Eating out ain't cheap — but sometimes it's necessary. Empty fridge? Hot date? Just want to live a little? These can take a toll on your wallet. Avoid a state of emergency by familiarizing yourself with the Queen City's daily dining and drinking deals.
What to do, where to go, and what to eat (and drink) in Burlington, Vermont—according to Magdalena Van Dusen of Brio Coffeeworks, a local in-the-know. This is Spilling the Beans, where plugged-in baristas give us the lowdown on where to go, what to do, and what to eat (and drink) in their hometown.
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