Tamarack Grill - $$Sherburne Base Lodge A comfortable, casual place to grab a bite after a long day on the mountain, or lunch before you head back out, the Tamarack serves new American fare with a hint of Vermont. Whether you’re in the dining room, with its open kitchen and view of the slopes, or sit bar-side and watch a game, the Burke Bleu Chips (house-made potato chips smothered with melted bleu cheese) are a must. Other favorites are the delicious Thai Wing and the locally-sourced (whenever possible) Cut of the Night with house demi. No matter your selection, after a day on the mountain, you’ll find the perfect accompaniment from the large selection of local draft beers or the impressive wine list. Live entertainment throughout the season.
Closed April 15 - May 9. Re-opening for the summer Friday, May 10.
Dinner: Thursday-Sunday 4pm-close
Kingdom Café - $ (winter season only)
Sherburne Base Lodge
Open seven days a week for lite breakfast, lunch and snacks and beverages throughout the day. The Kingdom Café serves diner-style burgers, pizza and hot items from a flattop grill.
Bear Den Lounge - $ (winter season only)
Mid Burke Base Lodge
For a quick beer and a bite between runs or a mellow aprés ski setting, the Bear Den is a full-service bar with a variety of Vermont brews on tap. Grilled paninis, soups and chili are served daily. And every Wednesday evening during ski season is pizza night, where gourmet pizzas, such as Heart of Goat (with goat cheese and artichoke hearts), take center stage, and live entertainment plays to the busy crowd of locals and visiting skiers and riders. Enjoy live music throughout the season from local and regional acts.
Mid Burke Café - $ (winter season only)
Mid Burke Base Lodge
Pizza, burgers, fries and other cafeteria fare for lunch and snacks are available weekends and holidays while you warm up mid mountain.
East Burke Market - $
461 Rt 114, 802.626.5010
Offering quality meats & fresh produce including thick juicy steaks and locally grown vegetables. Enjoy fresh sandwiches, soups, hot dogs and daily lunch specials. Extensive wine selection, beer, groceries, and other necessities. If you get there early enough, Hollyberry’s delicious doughnuts (delivered fresh from just down the road) will still be warm.
Enjoy weekly farm-to-table specials in this quintessential Vermont Inn. As a proud member of the Vermont Fresh Network, Juniper’s uses all natural beef, chicken and pork in its casual fare recipes. An extensive gluten-free menu is also available–another sign of the innkeepers catering to the needs of their guests.
Miss Lyndonville Diner - $
686 Broad St, Lyndonville
802.626.9890 yelp reviews
Pancakes, patty melts and other diner classics served hot and fast to the counter, table or booth.
Northeast Kingdom Country Store - $
466 Route 114, East Burke
Paper-wrapped sandwiches on homemade bread and make-your-own waffles set the tone in this warm environment. While you wait for your food, explore the artisan crafts upstairs or find a nice bottle in the wine room.
Somehow, in the middle of a field, in the middle of Vermont, you’ll find some of the best-tasting pizza creations and an impressive rotating selection of craft draft beers. About 30 minutes away, but well worth the drive.
Pub fare and craft beers on tap highlight this one-time cow barn turned casual burger and beer join located right on Kingdom Trails in the middle of East Burke Village.
Located in the heart of East Burke Village, this quaint café serves lunch, dinner (Wed-Sun) and an impressive brunch on Sundays. The varied menu has something for everyone, including a good choice of vegetarian selections.
A brew pub with 6-10 artisanal brews always on tap and gourmet hand-tossed, sourdough pizza. Growlers for take home also available on select beers.
Chef-inspired cuisine is served in a warm, relaxed environment in the heart of East Burke Village. The Culinary Institute of America trained chef/owner uses fresh, local ingredients on a menu that runs from pub fare and wood oven pizzas to rack of lamb and roast duckling.