Vermont serves up some of the best, and freshest, food in the world. From world-class restaurants to mom-and-pop diners, you'll find an endless selection of delicious meals prepared with local ingredients.
Savor a Glut of Gluten-Free Options
Discover gluten-free options on menus around Vermont, including beers and hard ciders, breads, baked goods, and elevated classics like cheese, wraps, smoothies, and salads.
Experience Harvest Season at Philo Ridge Farm
Charlotte’s 400-acre Philo Ridge Farm’s restorative agricultural practices yield savory hyperlocal meats and produce, served year-round with a seasonal menu at the farm’s kitchen.
Farm-to-Table Dining in Vermont
Farm-to-table dining puts Vermont’s flavors and fields at the heart of every plateful. Sample local cheese, Vermont-grown meat, Green Mountain produce, and more.
How to Eat Like a Local in Vermont
As you travel Vermont’s rolling hills, farm stands, country stores, farmers markets, roadside food stops, and wineries and breweries are welcoming stops along your journey. Things to do surrounding local food can fill an entire weekend.
Your Table is Outside
Outdoor dining in a beautiful Vermont summer never loses any of its appeal. Our partners at Dig In Vermont put together a rundown of where to eat outside this season and how to book your table.
Get Adventurous With Dinner
Vermont chef Sas Stewart throws “adventure dinners,” inviting family and friends to secret locations and cooking creatively for them. Get her tips on throwing your own safe, socially distanced and delicious adventure dinner.
EXPLORE VERMONT DINING
Many Vermont restaurants across the state use local produce, meats and artisan foods, that help make meals farm fresh and unique.
Fuel Up Slopeside
What’s the perfect pairing to all those runs, treks and adventures? Local, delicious Vermont food. From an arcade to a ramen joint, here are the newest spots to enjoy a meal slopeside.
Early Spring Walks and Eats
Warmer weather and longer days heralds the arrival of easier exploration around Vermont’s forests, trails and downtowns. Seven Days paired a trio of spring walks with local food sure to hit the spot.