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Sunday in Burlington, VT and/or surroundings

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I am visiting the Burlington area for the first time this Sunday from Montreal. I would love to have some ideas as to where I could have lunch/dinner and what attractions I could see/do (inbetween eating... nautrally).

I eat everything and anything and love all things food and wine.. any budget..

I am eager for a response..

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    1. Burlington is a cool little city with lots of good eats.
      Some really good street food on Church St in front of Borders, Hong's Dumpling Cart is out of this world and cheap, she makes them right in front of you.
      The Alchemist Pub and Brewery in Waterbury is terrific, localvore foods and tasty beers. All made right there.... The Paddy's Porter is delish.... http://www.alchemistbeer.com/
      The Bobcat Cafe in Bristol little more expensive, great food and they also brew their own,
      the Mud Puddle Porter is my fav. http://www.bobcatcafe.com/

      I would stay away from the Scuffer on lower Church St in Burlington, not the best.
      I have had multiple bad experiences there.

      1. If reservations are available I highly recommend Tratorria Delia, http://www.trattoriadelia.com/. The best Italian food I've had anywhere. Other good places on the higher end of the budget spectrum include L'Amante (http://www.lamante.com) and A Single Pebble (http://www.asinglepebble.com/). If you're going to be around during lunch, I recommend dim sum at Vietnam 2 on lower Church Street. I haven't lived in Burlington in quite a while, so the locals could probably give more insight.