Casual Dining in Vermont brings you the freshest foods in a relaxed setting
Casual dining is a specialty in Vermont, where farmers and food producers take pride in their work and their mountain culture. Restaurants, cafes, bistros, and bars and grilles keep it fun and festive. Sit on the waterfront
, beside a crackling fire, dine al fresco on the deck, enjoy spa
cuisine poolside, or a hearty brunch feast in a cozy setting. You’ll find the best New England fare, inspired burgers, cold beer on tap, places with plants, lots of natural light and atmosphere. The food is Vermont fresh, with locally sourced ingredients in everything from microbrews and sumptuous entrees to mouth-watering desserts.
135 U.S. Route 5 South
Norwich, VT, 05055
Relax in this tasty atmosphere and learn how to bake like the masters
If you like to browse, taste, sip, and savor along the way you’ll love this enchanting emporium in Norwich, Vermont.
The campus is all about baking all the time but you can enjoy the Bakery/Café and its own special treats from the barista-style coffees, teas and pastries to the soups, salads and sandwiches. Continue your feast on the drive home by picking up a baguette, sourdough loaf, chocolate chip cookie, or sticky bun. You can
learn some delicious baking tips at the Baking Education Center where you can watch artisan bakers at work in the state-of-the-art bakery. Then stop in at the Baker’s Store and pick up mixes, top-quality baking equipment, hard-to-find ingredients, pans, and kitchen tools you’ll need to enhance your own casual and tasty dining at home.
41 Cherry Street
Burlington, VT, 05401
Casual dining close to the source
Juniper Bar & Restaurant is Hotel Vermont's local ingredient-driven cocktail bar and restaurant. Juniper's menu is a celebration of individual and community effort. For breakfast or dinner, Juniper is the place for locally sourced cuisine. Our daily breakfast highlights the best of Vermont. Our evening menu is a celebration of individual and community effort, of small local producers growing and raising food, brewing beer, distilling spirits, and making wine. Farms, breweries, bakeries, distilleries, and gardens are not only scattered across our rural state, they’re also right here within Burlington’s city limits.
870 Williston Road
Burlington, VT, 05403
Dining is relaxed at Sheraton Burlington’s restaurant and pub
G’s Restaurant at the Sheraton Burlington is located in a Summerhouse, a bright aerie with banks of plants, lots of natural light, and daily breakfast, as well as an award-winning Sunday brunch. Since you are in Vermont you know the food is fresh, probably sourced from a nearby producer, and prepared with care. Both adults and children will feel well-nourished and well-served – ready for the day. At mid day and in the evenings, Tuckaway’s Pub presents a wide selection of microbrews, entrees and desserts. On the Big Game day, all the sports action is visible on flat-panel televisions. In the cool seasons Tuckaway’s invites guests to unwind in front of a large stone fireplace, and when things turn warm enjoy their meal on our outdoor patio. Look for seasonal foods on the menus – Vermont cherishes its food traditions.
1746 Mountain Road
Stowe, VT, 05672
Savor causal cuisine in a majestic setting all year round
This magnificent resort is also home to mouth watering casual dining. A popular Stowe eatery is the award winning, fun and festive Charlie B's Pub & Restaurant on site, an exciting alternative to traditional dining Serving tasty Vermont Fresh fare it’s the perfect spot for unwinding with a craft brew, cocktail, or glass of a wine from the award-winning wine cellar. You can select from over 3000 bottles and 50 wines available by the glass. Charlie B’s serves breakfast, lunch and dinner daily. In winter, sit beside a crackling fire and enjoy live entertainment. All summer long, dine al fresco on the deck and enjoy lighter spa cuisine including the signature bento boxes at the Poolside Spa Café.