St. Johnsbury (known locally as "St. Jay") is the shire town (county seat) of Caledonia County, Vermont, United States. The population was 7,603 at the 2010 census. St. Johnsbury is located approximately 10 miles (16 km) northwest of the Connecticut River and 48 miles (77 km) south of the Canada-U.S. border.
Things to do in Saint Johnsbury
4.5 based on 297 reviews
The fried pickles and calamari were delicious!
Everyone seems to have enjoyed their dinners. good but not amazing. (However, the fried scallop plate was a bit minimalistic - 5 medium size scallops for $20--mostly french fries. Hoped for a few more.
For desserts, we had creme brûlée, Mississippi mud pie, coffee ice cream and black out cake. They were all good.
Loved the atmosphere most.
4 based on 14 reviews
This Texan loves to go to Dunkin' territory! Their coffee is so much better than Starbucks---and they even have machines to foam up milk and flavored syrups for those who don't appreciate a simple cup of good coffee. Friendly folks and good parking at this one.
5 based on 9 reviews
We are a to-go coffee shop specializing in fresh coffee!! Every drink is made fresh to order...No stale coffee...Ever! Coffee/Lattes/Mochas/Cappucinos/Teas/Hot Chocolates Cold Brewed Iced Coffee/Iced Lattes/Iced Mochas/Iced Teas/Iced Chocolates/Fruit Smoothies Lots of flavors to choose from year round!! All of our coffee is organic/fair-trade and roasted in Burlington, VT at Brio Coffeeworks. We have a beautiful seating area and would love for you to come visit and be "locally social" with us!
You can't beat the coffee & sevice here! I have called in my drink order many times when in a rush and its always ready for me and sometimes I am greeted right at the door or its even been brought out to my car. Cari & Ian (the owners) are wonderful people and will surely make you feel welcome & will make you delicious beverages!
4 based on 4 reviews
Sometimes your cone is 4.50 for a scoop....and sometimes (here) it's a huge portion for less money. Recommended for the sweaty Northeast Kingdom summer!
4.5 based on 105 reviews
Serving Craft Beer, Wine and Spirits. Complemented by a small but diverse menu, focusing on locally-sourced foods
Stopped in to visit this taproom after arriving to St. Johnsbury and looking for something to do. I found on trip advisor that this was a good location for good beer and food. We just stopped in and grabbed some beer. They had a selection of Hill Farmstead beers and other good options. Cool space and a good food selection.. didn't have French friends or anything fried for that matter.. not that it is a "bad thing".. just wanted something to munch on. Would go back if I lived local .
4 based on 266 reviews
Ate breakfast here for 2 mornings because our hotel didn't serve breakfast. Nice local place that serves you quickly and efficiently so you can be on your way. Loved the French Toast with real Vermont Maple Syrup.
4 based on 93 reviews
Yes, Drunkin Noodle. We have enjoyed lunch here many times. Like a trained dog, I always order the same dish although other choices appear very tasty. Service is friendly, parking adequate and of course Drunkin Noodle.- I have tried in in mild and mid spicy.
4 based on 135 reviews
Just wow!! The meals were amazing and large portioned too. We dined in the sidewalk/patio seating and they let us have our 2 dogs by our side while we ate. Such great people, wonderful meal, very reasonably priced too. We will certainly be back on our next trip out that way!
4 based on 64 reviews
The four of us came for lunch, after a morning of seeing the sights in this area of Vermont. In addition to fish and seafood, the menu offers burgers and other sandwiches.
3 of us had the Lobster Roll, which was great! The Scallops were also delicious. The onion rings resembled donuts, they were so nicely round and fried. The French Fries were scrumptious.
4 based on 34 reviews
Eastern & Main Market - Deli
There is not too much going on in this small town, so if you need something to eat I would suggest this place. A very good deli that makes a good sandwich at a fair price. Plenty of options to choose from. Breakfast sandwiches were also excellent and I enjoyed it before ride home to Boston. They have a decent local brew selection, but so does everyone nowadays. If I didn't eat here (I was in a hurry) I would try the Kingdom Tap room. Although I didn't go to the tap too because for some reason they don't have a burger.
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