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Community-owned co-op City Market  expands to Burlington’s South End

Words // Lettie Stratton Photos // Craig Thomas The only thing that could be better than one City Market is two. And that’s exactly what Burlington residents will be getting, with a target opening of spring 2017, ...

Montreal-style spices up B-Town

Words and Photos // Ben Sarle The year was 1981 when he got kicked out of school. “That’s when I started making bagels” said Lloyd Squires, Myer’s Bagels founder and co-owner, as he darted between the bagel ...

Fresh Flavor on Tap at Three Penny

Words // David Scherr Photos // Ben Sarle Any visitor or Vermonter interested in meeting some of the State’s top legislators, agency officials, and executive branch grandees could go on up to the Capitol building ...

Our House is a Very, Very Fine House

Words // Sadie Williams Photos // Lindsay Taylor Nestled in a cozy building on the roundabout in Winooski is Our House Bistro, the “twisted comfort food” joint run by Matt Pearsall and his wife, Maggie Barch. ...

Something for everyone at Church & Main

Words and Photos // Sadie Williams When Church & Main opened its doors in October of 2010, owner Ned Church knew he was bringing something different to Burlington’s restaurant scene. Positioned on the corner ...

Pascolo

WORDS // David Scherr PHOTO // ben sarle Exactly halfway up Church Street, Burlington’s famed pedestrian thoroughfare, sits Pascolo, an excellent new Italian-themed restaurant and a strong addition to ...

Juniper Bar and Restaurant

words // David Scherr photos // Ben Sarle It is increasingly hard to stand out in Burlington’s thriving culinary scene, where another excellent and inventive restaurant or eatery seems to spring forth in or around ...

Twiggs Restaurant

words // David Scherr photo // Ben Sarle It is in St. Albans, that you’ll find your fondest fantasy of comfort food brought to life. Hamburger patties made with half beef and half Vermont maple-smoked bacon. ...

Prohibition Pig

words David Scherr // photos Ben Sarle At the intersection of Interstate 89 and Vermont’s Route 100, where traffic meandering along the spine of the Green Mountains crosses the purposeful speedsters on the ...

Mary’s Restaurant at the Inn at Baldwin Creek

words // David Scherr photography // Ben Sarle The town of Bristol sits in a scenic fold where Champlain Valley farmland bumps into the lower hills of the Green Mountains. The Inn at Baldwin Creek, home of Mary’s ...