Vermont

We recently spent some time in the beautiful green state of Vermont. It definitely was not green when we were there (2 feet of snow!!). But as you can see below, Vermont in the snow is pretty epic and picturesque!

Vermont is known for their amazing food and is a leader in sustainable agriculture in the US and across the globe. Farm-to-table isn’t a trend, it just is in Vermont, and it is a way of life. A state that requires restaurants to have a warning when serving Margarine takes their food seriously and appreciates good food (aka real food) from farmers.
If you are foodies like us, you definitely need to make your way up to Vermont!

After our time up there, we definitely are wanting to go back to try more amazing food! There are just so many phenomenal places!

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American Flatbread

  • Multiple Locations in Vermont
  • americanflatbread.com
  • Chris & Sarah’s Tips: What can we say? We both are Pizza SNOBS (New Yorker by birth and an Italian by blood, TOTAL pizza snobs, we’ll admit it). But, let us just say this Is the one of the Best pizza hands down in the US that we have had. And to boot for you gluten-free peeps out there their gluten-free crust is unbelievable!

Almost Home

  • 28 North St, Bristol, VT 05443
  • www.facebook.com/AlmostHomeMarket
  • Chris & Sarah’s Tips: Everything here is made from scratch and is sourced locally. In beautiful Bristol, you definitely do not want to miss stopping here! Their gluten-free treats are to die for! Can’t lie also ate one of their homemade donuts too, which are killer. If you are going to spoil yourself for an insulin spike, those DONUTS my God. Totally worth it.

The Bobcat

  • 5 Main St, Bristol, VT 05443
  • www.thebobcatcafe.com
  • Chris & Sarah’s Tips: Local Bristol spot sourcing from Addison County.

Middlebury Food Co-op

  • 9 Washington St, Middlebury, VT 05753
  • middlebury.coop
  • Chris & Sarah’s Tips: Vermont is the Co-op state of the country, no joke. This is just one of the amazing Co-ops they have in Vermont. Our main stop to load up on our groceries and goodies for our time in Vermont.

Zabby & Elf’s Stone Soup

  • 9 Washington St, Middlebury, VT 05753
  • www.stonesoupvt.com
  • Chris & Sarah’s Tips: We stumbled upon this quaint little place serving vegetarian and vegan food made seasonally and from scratch. Great place to stop for a meal to warm you up on a cold day in Vermont. Gluten-free options available.

If you LOVE Freaken Food as much as we do, GO TO VERMONT NOW. What are you waiting for? Just GO. And Eat your face off.

And don’t forget to comment below on other awesome places for us to try next time we make our way back up there.

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