Eat your way through St. J
It’s a busy spring! We're happy to take one of the to-do items off your list with this handy guide to drinking and dining in St. J this week. Sample something new, revisit old favorites, and eat your way through St. J with us this final week of April.
Wednesday, April 27: Our global bistro scene
Lunch | The always-delicious brunch menu at Central Cafe features several new items with Filipino flair.
Dinner | You won’t leave hungry after enjoying the hearty Mediterranean-inspired meals at Salt Bistro.
Thursday, April 28: Music to our ears… and taste buds
Lunch | Call ahead to reserve a banh mi at Supa Spice's new location on Memorial Drive, or grab sushi or a rice bowl to go.
Dinner | It’s true! Wandering Vine is back serving dinners in St. J, only on Thursdays and Fridays at Central Cafe.
After-dinner drinks | Settle in with a craft brew or cocktail to enjoy Thursday night live music at Kingdom Taproom, this week featuring the Barnyard Incident.
Friday, April 29: Made in St. J
Breakfast | You'll find a huge variety of artisan breads and pastries at Boule.
Lunch | Taco Poco at Whirligig Brewing will be slinging tacos, beautifully paired with the craft beers brewed at this Railroad Street brewery.
Dinner & a Nightcap | Close the work week with dinner by the Prohibition Kitchen and a cocktail, made using spirits distilled on site, at the St. Johnsbury Distillery Speakeasy.
Saturday, April 30: PoemTown St. Johnsbury
Brunch | Fuel up at Kitchen Counter Cafe, then stroll along Railroad Street, Eastern Avenue, and Main Street to take in the 100+ poems by community members on display in shop windows throughout town through PoemTown St. Johnsbury.
Dinner | Pica Pica Filipino Cuisine is a dinner destination that puts poetry on a plate.
Evening | Celebrate the end of national poetry month with a truly special performance 'Up From the Roots' by the Myra Flynn Band, featuring special guest Rueben Jackson, at the Catamount Arts' ArtPort.
Sunday, May 1: Sunshiny day along Portland Street
Breakfast | Get caffeinated to start the day right at Locally Social Coffee.
Lunch | Grab a picnic lunch from Tim’s Deli and then head out for a hike to soak in some spring sunshine at Dog Mountain.
Dinner | Riley’s Fish Shack is open for season, with expanded outdoor seating and all your favorites like lobster rolls, fried fish, and more.
Dessert | It’s the opening weekend of The Milkhouse! Do you need any better excuse to end your week with a sweet frozen treat?
... and these are just some of the delicious options that await you in St. Johnsbury. Click the link below for our full dining listings.
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