Best Cafe restaurants nearby. Discover the best Cafe food in Shelburne. View Menus, Photos and Reviews for Cafe restaurants near you.. Shelburne is a town in Chittenden County, Vermont, United States. Located along the shores of Lake Champlain, Shelburne is a suburb of Burlington, the largest city in the state of Vermont. Shelburne's town center lies approximately 7 miles (11 km) south of Burlington's city's center. The population of Shelburne was 7,144 at the 2010 census.
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4 based on 173 reviews
Family owned upscale Cafe & Bakery. Offering breakfast, lunch, weekend brunch and caterings. 22 years in Business, Williston Vermont. Open 7 days a week: Monday & Tuesday 7:30am - 4pm Wednesday, Thursday & Friday 7:30am - 5pm Saturday & Sunday 8am - 4pm M
This is a great place for lunch -- lots of soup, salad, and sandwich options (not to mention pastries!). We had a 10-month old granddaughter in tow and they accommodated our special request for avocado toast with aplomb! Warm, friendly, casual dining at its best.
4 based on 64 reviews
A favorite South End spot for freshly baked classic and specialty breads and goodies. We use pesticide-free, non-GMO whole grains stone-milled on-site in nearly all of our baked goods, each crafted by hand. Weâre locally owned and community focused, sourc
We were heading to the Lake Champlain to have a picnic and stopped at Great Harvest Bread Company for our food and drink. The sandwich choices will meet anyone's tastes...we all chose different types of sandwiches and we all found them delicious!!! The cheese and toppings assure that they have an endless variety of possible combinations!!! The breads...as you would expect...were especially good.They also offer a large number of dessert items...many disguised as sweets that appear to be good for you.Needless to say, we can recommend that if you are in Burlington...or passing by on the Interstate...and have a desire to go down to Lake Champlain for a nice break from the fast pace to have a picnic...by all means stop here for your picnic supplies!!!
4 based on 11 reviews
Creative Menu. Unique atmosphere inside an art studio. Cafe and Gallery seating. You'll love the Sunday Brunch menu featuring fresh, locally sourced food. Be sure to save room for something from the Sweet Trolley. Ample Parking. Handicapped accessible. Co
Interesting and different menu selection. Three couples/friends had an early Sunday brunch. Everyone enjoyed their food. I had the "Rothko Red and Orange on Salmon" (pic attached). Others had the "American Gothic"(pic attached), "Frida and Diego", :Whistler's Mother's Oatmeal" and "The Scream Breakfast Sandwich". Prices ranged from $6 to $13. A bit pricey. Just realized I double-tipped, because parties of six or more have a 20% gratuity added, something I think the server should mention beforehand.Table-side mobile POS is used, but no paper bill detail is shown or printed for record, so there is no way to know if an error was made.Generous portions of fresh fruit. Friendly service from Lydia (first day on job).The house (formerly a curtain shop) is an education art center with multiple rooms for dining or painting.Definitely a place to come back to. The main negative is the entrance/exit is on a very congested road (Rt 7, close to the ramp to I189) if you are exiting to go south or entering from the north.We're glad you enjoyed your brunch. Just to clarify, you can receive a receipt if you add your email when checking out. I checked over the receipts from Sunday and did not find any case where a tip was automatically added, so you did not double tip. Sorry for any confusion. Hope to see you again.
4 based on 11 reviews
We stop here about once every month to pick up pulled pork and buns for dinner. The deli choices vary with great options. The sandwiches are terrific. Yummy dessert choices. And the people who work there are so friendly and personable. The little store has many grocery and specialty items so it's great for locals and tourists. Just 50 yards off of route 7, on the way to and from the ferry which is convenient for lunch items, plenty of parking. They cater parties too.
4 based on 79 reviews
On our last day in VT before heading back to NH we went to this fantastic breakfast place. It didnât open till 8:00 on Sunday and we were a little early. Itâs a little hole in the wall and my sister was leary. My neice Kelly checked it out and said it was really cute inside. I would have gone anyway because usually its these litlle places that serve the best food. I had another incentive and that was to buy some of their pinwheels for a family outing later that day. Well it was very nice and so was the staff. The food was great. I had the Eggs Cassidy, poached eggs with hollandaise serve on corncakes wirh chili. Yum. My daughter had the lemon ricotta pancakes. I always forget to take a oic of my plate before I eat. The family loved the pinwheels.
4 based on 283 reviews
August First is locally owned and has been serving great pastries, coffee, breakfast and lunch since 2009. A true local favorite, located in a bright and open renovated industrial garage. A very Vermont experience with fresh and delicious food served by a
We enjoy coming here for Breakfast and lunch, the food is fresh and wholesome, prices are fair and we especially love their sandwiches. A lively atmosphere most of the time with outdoor seating which is nice during the warmer months. Recommended highly!
4 based on 993 reviews
Overall the food we had for breakfast was average. Everything was good quality, but just ordinary in taste. I guess with all the rave reviews, we were expecting more. However, the staff was fantastic. Everyone from the waitress, to the hostess, to the bus girl :-)
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