Reviews on Pub food in Shelburne, Vermont, United States. 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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One of the locals tipped us off that this was a good place for a burger. It's not wildly fancy from the outside and it does seem to be the haunt of locals rather than visitors but don't let that put you off.The blue cheese burger was delicious, juicy and plentiful while the bacon cheeseburger was also first class. Plenty beers on offer with some local options.
4 based on 84 reviews
Quaint but crowded. Obviously popular. The charcuterie offering was fine albeit a bit sparse. The beers were impeccable (cudos to the brewstaff) the flavors were intense and very pleasant, the aromas were complex, joyful and intriguing. The interplay between aroma, tastes and mouth feel were truly magical.
4 based on 601 reviews
We are a locally owned and operated restaurant located on Burlington's waterfront. We specialize in the freshest seafood but also offer burgers, steaks, and vegetarian items. We have Burlington's only raw bar and the best views of Lake Champlain. Come on
Street view is unassuming and similar to something you might see on CA Hwy 1, or in Oregon. Nice inside, but great terrace view of marina and Lake Champlain. Can look down on VT Monsters HQ, "farm team" for Oakland A's. Great place to just relax, shoot the breeze with friends, and grab a drink or meal. Full bar, good menu, good chef. It was totally a place to stop after visiting lighthouse on southeast side of lake. We liked the swordfish and chowder. Our server was efficient and friendly. Prices similar to west coast, but fuller menu.
4 based on 1888 reviews
A farm-to-table gastropub dedicated to showcasing our many local Vermont farms and food producers. Award-winning local burgers, comfort entrees, and innovative nightly specials. The Tap Room delivers highly prized and rare beers from Vermont's backyard an
Thereâs generally a long wait at this restaurant as itâs known to be one of the better ones in the Burlington area. They do have a very extensive selection of craft beers and the bartenders are extremely knowledgeable and helpful. The food is OK. Itâs rather pricey but that seems par for the course in Burlington. If you donât mind sitting at the bar, itâs worth it to wait there because you are likely to get a spot for dinner sooner than if you wait for a table, and the service at the bar is excellent!
4 based on 910 reviews
The Windjammer Restaurant is one of Burlington, Vermont's favorite family restaurants. For more than 40 years, this American-style restaurant has been recognized for steak and seafood. Located in South Burlington, Vermont, the Windjammer Restaurant and Up
Stopped by for lunch with friends and spent two hours catching up. The restaurant was not slammed and since the space wasnât needed we just enjoyed ourselves. The staff was great as was the food. I had the Reuben sandwich with fries, everybody else had the salad bar. Our lunch was great. The facility was clean and very comfortable. The menu prices were very reasonable.
4 based on 175 reviews
Citizen Cider, founded in 2010 on a hunch and some good old-fashioned hard work, has quickly become a leading player in the craft cider arena. Citizen Cider strives to look at the bigger picture and focuses on being involved in every aspect of their suppl
Fantastic cider! My husband and I each tried a cider flight and enjoyed it very much. We even bought some cider to take with us. Cute business and friendly staff. Be aware that GPS does not take you to the Citizen Cider's business location. We were walking around a block over when an employee walked by us. We were able to ask for directions and were told that lost people are a common occurrence. Will come back here the next time we are in Burlington!
4 based on 1318 reviews
Took our grandson to American Flatbread for his birthday. The restaurant has been in Burlington for several years but I had never been there. The oven is in a convenient part of the restaurant so you can watch the action. That was nice and made the ambiance quite nece. We had four people so we ordered two pizzas and they were excellent. We had one meat lovers and one plain cheese. The service was very good with the servers spelling each other and making sure that customers were not left waiting for their food.I will be back.
4 based on 131 reviews
A casual visit over the holiday season was a disappointment. The pizza fell well short of expectations. Service was spotty and order was confused in arriving. It may have just been a bad night, but nevertheless, one expects better from a nationally-recognized brand.
4 based on 65 reviews
We ended up here because the restaurant we had planned on visiting couldn't seat us.What a nice gift from the fates. First of all, our waitress, Laurie was a pure delight. At her recommendation we ordered the cauliflower "wings". They were a great alternative to chicken wings, plus no bones. The fried dill pickles were way better than the flat chips. These were little crispy spears.I ordered the fish and chips which served me well for dinner and lunch the next day. My husband enjoyed the Aloha Poke Bowl & 5 grain medley. We will definitely go back!
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