Things to Do / Dining
You will not be hungry, thirsty or bored in the Burlington area! Below are some dining and activity suggestions thoroughly vetted by your hosts. Please keep in mind because Burlington is a hopping place in the summertime it is important to make restaurant reservations if allowed. Parking on Burlington downtown streets can be a challenge, there are four parking garages available and they are well marked.
Seven Days is a free newspaper distributed on Wednesday of each week. It’s also online and is a great source for what’s happening, where to dine and what to see in the Burlington area. Click here: Seven Days
Please feel free to contact Susan or Sal if you have questions or require more info.
Places to Eat:
- Steak and Seafood
A Single Pebble (Try the Mock EEL)
- Fine Dining
Note: Vermont has the highest number of micro brews per capita in the country!!
Vermont Brew Fest. Sells out fast, Tickets go on sale May 15th
You can spend as little or as much time as you want here -good for all ages.
Robert Hall Fleming Museum UVM Campus
Echo Lake Aquarium & Science Museum – for Kids!!
- Bicycle Shops
- City and State Parks
Burlington has a vibrant music scene, offering a wide range of genres. Many venues offer live music on weekdays as well as weekends, and most of them serve food as well. To name a few venues:
Nectar’s Gave the band Phish their start!
- Misc. Activities
- Mountain Biking
Lake Champlain Guides