Vermont's Best Foodie Tour is the perfect way to visit Vermont's premier culinary destinations and sample the very best tastes in the state!
Foodie Tour Inns and B&B's
To sample this unique culinary treat, book your two night visit at any of these fine establishments located on the hills and in the valleys of the Lake Champlain region and ask for the 2012 Foodie Tour package.
Hungry for Adventure?
Discover culinary tourism in the Champlain Valley region of Vermont where local farmers produce a wealth of fresh and organic crops for farmer's markets and farm to table restaurants. Wine makers, micro-brewers and artisan cheese makers scatter the landscape and provide a gastronomical adventure for the culinary tourist.
Vermont’s Best Foodie Tour, 2012 was specially designed to introduce this delicious bounty to our visitors. Come savor the unique tastes of Vermont!
lodging establishments in the Addison County area of Vermont - in the hills and valleys between Burlington and Rutland - have selected the very best culinary destinations of the region to share with our "food-loving" visitors.
Book a room at any of these inns for two nights, and for an additional $25 you will receive upon arrival:
Please note: Special this year, some of the inns of Vermont's Best Foodie Tour are offering you an option to help rebuild Vermont after the impact of Tropical Storm Irene. In lieu of the Foodie Sampler you may request a vanity "VT Strong" license plate. Please check with your inn if you would like to support this rebuilding of Vermont.
The VT Strong program provides funding for recovery efforts for those impacted by Tropical Storm Irene. Farms throughout Vermont were especially impacted by the flood waters and need help to restore their fields and farmland. Funding is provided through the Vermont Community Foundation. Of the $25 proceeds, $20 goes to the Disaster Relief fund, $2 goes to the VT Food Bank, and $3 for administration.
“People have no idea just how much artisanal food is produced in our area,” says Linda Harmon, owner of Mary’s Restaurant, in Bristol, Vermont, it’s one of our best-kept secrets.” Well, not anymore.