Senior Week is winding down as the Class of 2016 prepares for graduation this weekend. We took advantage of Wednesday’s boat cruise to check another item off the 101 Things List: #54 Attend Senior Week.
Getting out on the lake got us excited for all things summer, so we put together a rundown of the best things to do in Burlington from now until September.
Whether you live here or are planning a weekend trip up, we’ve got something for everyone. If we missed something you love, share it with everyone by leaving a comment.
South End Breweries:
Pine Street has become a mecca of Vermont breweries. In the span of a few blocks you can hop from tasting room to tasting room with friends for a fun afternoon.
Queen City Brewery
Zero Gravity Beer
Switchback Brewing Co.
If you’re tired of the same old same old, here are a few places to try.
Pizza Barrio – coffee shop by day, ambient pizza join by night.
The Shopping Bag – these convenience store burgers are what your burger dreams are made of.
Misery Loves Company – upscale comfort food that’s well worth the trip across the river.
Good food, good drinks, and good music on Burlington’s iconic waterfront.
Burlington Wine & Food Festival – June 14-18, 2016.
Vermont Brewers Festival – July 15-16, 2016.
Grand Point North – September 17-18, 2016.
If you’re a fan of eating al fresco, you won’t want to miss these weekly Burlington institutions.
Summervale – local food, live music and more every Thursday from July 7 – August 25.
South End Truck Stop – a sort of food truck block party that runs every Friday from May 20 – October 14
Burlington Farmers’ Market – obvious we know, but still a favorite, summer market starts May 7