In addition to its natural beauty, small-town charm, and maple syrup, Vermont has another claim to fame: an abundance of Italian restaurants. From the quaint trattorias of Burlington to bustling family-friendly eateries in Shelburne, here are the 7 Italian restaurants in the Green Mountain State.
Trattoria Delia is the place to be in downtown Burlington. Relish Italy as you indulge in authentic Italian cuisine with locally sourced and imported ingredients. Enjoy exceptional dining in the heart of downtown Burlington.
An Italian eatery overlooking the Winooski River, Sarducci's in Montpelier offers casual Italian cuisine. Whether you're enjoying a relaxing drink or beer with friends or wood-fired pizza, this is an excellent place to go.
Visit The Garlic for a martini, shaken or stirred. The eatery also serves Italian tapas and entrees in a deluxe environment. The restaurant's chicken wings, ribs, mushrooms, and meatball sliders are favorites among guests.
Cucina Antica is a family-friendly restaurant that serves Italian and Mediterranean fusion specialties. With meals even the pickiest eaters will love, Cucina Antica prides itself on using local ingredients in its dishes.
Vermont Pie & Pasta Company offers a fun, Northeastern twist on Italian classic dishes. For example, their Shaved Steak and Butternut Ravioli will leave your mouth watering, and their Loaded Tater Pizza is perfect to share with the fam.
The Prince & The Pauper is a prix fixe eatery in Woodstock serving refined global fare. Although the menu doesn't overtly feature Italian cuisine, the Tiramisu on their dessert menu vies with sweets direct from Italy and ranks them on the list.
Mamma Tamara & Famiglia offers a delectable journey of authentic Italian flavors. Have the mouthwatering tastes of traditional Italian cuisine prepared with the utmost care and love. Taste the finest of Italy without the jet lag.