East Burke is a census-designated place in the town of Burke in Caledonia County, Vermont, United States. Its population was 132 as of the 2010 census. It is home to Burke Mountain and Burke Mountain Academy.
Things to do in East Burke
4.5 based on 241 reviews
You can tell these people treasure the history of this diner. I loved the "old-timey" feel! It was the perfect place to have a relaxing dinner of yummy comfort food after a chilly day of traveling. The servers were very friendly, and the food was scrumptious! I especially recommend the roast beef with gravy and either mashed potatoes or fries, both smothered in gravy. In other words, get lots of gravy. ;) And be prepared to eat a lot or take home leftovers! Wow!
4.5 based on 25 reviews
Great homemade bagels and muffins! Friendly service and reasonable prices.... A huge variety of bagels to choose from and teas and coffees as well... Will definitely make this a regular stop on our way through Vermont! Even brought a dozen bagels home with us! I highly recommend the salt bagel with garlic and herb cream cheese or the maple bagel with cinnamon raisin cream cheese :)
4.5 based on 10 reviews
This classic small town ice cream window service jewel continues to serve some of the best ice cream in the area. My favorite is the moose tracks hard serve in a sugar cone, and the "small" is more than enough! The servers are pleasant and efficient, and there are park benches nearby for a leisurely enjoyment of your cone.
4.5 based on 8 reviews
Was stopping here quite often on my commute to grab coffee. One morning I decided to try a pastry to go. It was a cream cheese danish with cheese and vegetables. When I took a bite on my way to work it tasted funny so i immediately spit it out and looked at what i was eating to find it moldy. I called a few times and left messages on their phone line to let them know and also so they didnt serve the other pastries to other customers. I never got a call back and havent gone there since. The correct customer service would have been to call me back and apologize for potentially getting me sick! But no. So I won't ever go back.
5 based on 39 reviews
Outstanding selection of craft beers, reasonable prices, food from the Vermont Food Truck and a friendly crowd. Oh, and it's a tiki bar. Doesn't get any better than this.
4.5 based on 2 reviews
Nice place to grab a sandwich and a coffee.
The staff is very nice, friendly and helpful.
They have fresh desserts (cheesecakes, berries pies...)
Subs and sandwiches are made on demand. Food is fresh. They have picnic tables outside. Not a fancy place but sooo convenient!
Don't miss it if you're driving across route 5.
5 based on 13 reviews
Auntie Dee Dees offers fine artisan pastries, breads, homemade specialty sandwiches, salads, locally roasted coffee, teas and more. Stop in and take it to go! Or order ahead for family gathers, corporate events, parties and more!
Auntie Dee Dee's is truly a gem in Burke, VT. If it wasn't for the sign & open flag in front you could easily drive by & miss it. This is NOT a place you should skip. We were out exploring and decided to drop in. The bakery is literally in a garage(!) but it is nicely converted. Danielle, the baker, is friendly and very outgoing. After 10 minutes you feel like you have known her for years. Her talents and skill as a baker are obvious when looking over the treats. We had a difficult time deciding what to try. We settled on a Orange Cinnamon Bun and an Almond Croissant. They were out of this world; fresh baked and delicious! This is a place we will revisit anytime we are in the area. We highly recommend a visit, we know we will be back.
5 based on 12 reviews
Lotti's Cafe is a welcomed addition to East Burke. For those of you who know the town, it is in the old East Burke Yacht Club building in front of East Burke School. The interior has been comfortably outfitted with chairs, couches and books. In addition to coffee and espresso drinks, they have various baked goods and custom made breakfast sandwiches. The staff was friendly and helpful, and remembered perfectly my husband's order when we called to get a to go order the following day.
4.5 based on 165 reviews
Juniper’s at the Wildflower Inn features all natural beef, chicken, and pork, farm fresh ingredients and a full bar witan extensive wine list, local Craft Beers and great cocktails. We have one of the most extensive Gluten Free menus in Vermont, and one of the best views as well. Come and try us for dinner, you won’t be disappointed. Outdoor dining on beautiful days! Serving Dinner Monday-Saturday, Breakfast every morning, Lunch Friday - Sunday.
We ate dinner here a couple weeks ago. The food was fine and the service was friendly. But I recommend first doing an internet search for the Wildflower Inn in Lyndonville, which is at the same location and has the same owners. Sorry, Tripadvisor won't let me say why.
3.5 based on 5 reviews
When you are hungry and just need a cup of coffee and a donut - you know what you are getting. No surprises. They keep it clean. Usually staffed by two ladies, very friendly. Back of a Mobil Station.
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