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Why We Love Church Street Marketplace

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Church Street in the heart of Burlington is one of the most popular destinations in Vermont. Visitors to the city’s brick and cobblestone pedestrian marketplace will find dozens of locally-owned restaurants, food cart vendors, shops, and cafes, as well as a variety of outdoor entertainment.

A perfect place to visit anytime of year, Church Street has something for everyone. Whether you’re a foodie, shopping enthusiast, fan of architecture or music lover, Church Street is a place worth visiting.

What makes Church Street so unique is its universal popularity among locals, students, and visitors.  Established in 1981, Church Street draws 3 million visitors a year to shop, dine, and stroll.

Here are just a few of our favorite spots in the Church Street Marketplace:

Leunig’s Bistro & Café

115 Church Street
One of the oldest continually operating restaurants in downtown Burlington, Leunig’s offers ambiance, delicious local food, Vermont cheeses and more. Serving lunch, brunch and dinner.  Visit

Uncommon Grounds

42 Church Street
A comfortable place to enjoy coffee, tea and conversation, Uncommon Grounds is Vermont’s answer to Starbucks. Visit

Sweet Lady Jane

40 Church Street

Looking for high fashion in a rural state? Sweet Lady Jane offers stylish women’s clothing and accessories. Visit

Ben & Jerry’s

36 Church Street

When you’re in Vermont, indulging on some Ben & Jerry’s is a must. Who can resist Cherry Garcia, Chocolate Therapy or Phish Food? So good. Visit

Eat well, shop, wander, and enjoy!