This place has some really good chicken parmesean and tortellini alfredo for a restaurant thats only takeout. Prices are very resonable and the portions are well worth the price.
My husband likes their pizza but the grinders are definitly the best. The food is always hot and usually just coming out of the oven when you get there. Prices are cheap and the fries are always hot. The small fry there is like a medium anywhere else. The owners are always pleasant too!
Wilmington Pizza house is known for their potato pizza. Sounds weird at first but is so good. It has a sour cream sauce on the bottom with cheddar cheese, chives, bacon, broccoli and of course the winning ingredient red potatoes. The interior is neat, one room is Nascar theme, and the other one is antiques. Everything is made from scratch so be patient when waiting for food. The only con I can think of is that their dinners are ok. They definitly dont measure up to thier pizzas.
Great food, great drinks! The atmosphere is pretty good too but your better off going there on a weeknight to avoid the weekend rush. They have the best chicken fingers in town!
"All Natural Pizza cooked in a wood fired oven" This company is at the Big E every year in the Vermont building so if you cant make it to Vermont try it out at the Big E. Excellent pizza that is always homeade. nothing like youve had before.
Magic Hat Brewery offers free tours and beer samples 7 days a week. All their beer is handmade right there in south burlington. -In their store you'll find tees, hats, beer mugs and other novelties that are as crazy as names of the beers. If you like micro brewerys make sure to take a trip to Magic Hat.
Good store for clothes under $20. They have womens, mens and children all in one. Some of the clothing brands there are designed by athletes and movie stars such as Sara Jessica Parker and Amanda Bynes. Venus Williams also has a line coming out too. The clothing does kind of feel cheap depending on what you buy but I havent had any problems so far.
I went here for a fireplace feast for the first time and after hearing how great it was and how good the food is, I would have to say I was a little disappointed. It wasnt really wasnt what I expected. The food was ok. The good parts was watching the cooks roast the meat over the open fire and watching everyone help out making the fish chowder. The hayrides were fun too.
If your looking for good quality and inexpensive kitchen ware check this place out. Its mostly for restaurants but they have the best pots and pans for baking and cooking. You'll also find fine china, utensils of all sorts, mixing bowls, etc. Everything and anything for that chef in your life.