Li Ling's Guidebook

Li Ling
Li Ling's Guidebook

Food scene

Best coffee this end of town. In the heart of the arts district. Pleasant 15 minute walk.
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Speeder & Earl's Coffee
412 Pine Street
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Best coffee this end of town. In the heart of the arts district. Pleasant 15 minute walk.
Fun, casual beach-themed breakfast and lunch. 10 minute walk.
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The Spot
210 Shelburne Road
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Fun, casual beach-themed breakfast and lunch. 10 minute walk.
Closest place for lunch or dinner.
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Pizza 44
703 Pine St
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Closest place for lunch or dinner.
Fun scene. Great food. Good prices. In the heart of the Old North End. Two miles away.
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Taco Gordo
208 N Winooski Ave
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Fun scene. Great food. Good prices. In the heart of the Old North End. Two miles away.
Fantastic sushi. Stunning do-it-yourself “cargo soup” noodle bowls. Huge menu. Woman-owned. Great prices during happy hour M-F 3-6pm.
Asiana Noodle Shop
88 Church Street
Fantastic sushi. Stunning do-it-yourself “cargo soup” noodle bowls. Huge menu. Woman-owned. Great prices during happy hour M-F 3-6pm.
Housemade tortillas fresh every day. Yankee style burritos. Great for lunch, closed on Sunday. 5 minute walk.
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New World Tortilla
696 Pine Street
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Housemade tortillas fresh every day. Yankee style burritos. Great for lunch, closed on Sunday. 5 minute walk.
If you’ve never had Montreal-style bagels you’re in for a treat. This place bakes in a wood-fired oven. Lunch counter does sandwiches midday. 20 minute walk down Pine Street. Also check out the Barge Canal down the gravel driveway. It's a sweet, secret view on the water where in the winter you'll find the best wild ice for skating, and in the summer birds raising chicks.
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Myer's Bagel Bakery
377 Pine Street
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If you’ve never had Montreal-style bagels you’re in for a treat. This place bakes in a wood-fired oven. Lunch counter does sandwiches midday. 20 minute walk down Pine Street. Also check out the Barge Canal down the gravel driveway. It's a sweet, secret view on the water where in the winter you'll find the best wild ice for skating, and in the summer birds raising chicks.

Nearby socializing

Places you can get to on foot from the house. Adult fun.
Local apples make the many varieties of hard and soft cider. About a mile: nice walk.
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Citizen Cider
316 Pine Street
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Local apples make the many varieties of hard and soft cider. About a mile: nice walk.
Unique food-drink-entertainment venue. In the heart of the arts district. Check their calendar on line.
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ArtsRiot
400 Pine Street
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Unique food-drink-entertainment venue. In the heart of the arts district. Check their calendar on line.
Regular rotation of local and national acts. Homegrown, family-owned venue has a deep-rooted commitment to comedy in Vermont. Try the warm cookies. About a mile-and-a-half. Nice walk, but gets busy as you get closer to downtown.
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Vermont Comedy Club
101 Main St
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Regular rotation of local and national acts. Homegrown, family-owned venue has a deep-rooted commitment to comedy in Vermont. Try the warm cookies. About a mile-and-a-half. Nice walk, but gets busy as you get closer to downtown.

Recreation

Rent a paddle board, learn to windsurf, hang out in the shade or in the water. It’s a lot like Hawaii without the salt.
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Burlington Surf Club (WND & WVS)
32 Lakeside Avenue
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Rent a paddle board, learn to windsurf, hang out in the shade or in the water. It’s a lot like Hawaii without the salt.
This has to be the most scenic skatepark in the world. Pretty new, so the surface is in great shape. Always a scene watching as well as riding. Named after a beloved artist DJ and skater.
Andy A_Dog Williams Skatepark
1 Lake St
This has to be the most scenic skatepark in the world. Pretty new, so the surface is in great shape. Always a scene watching as well as riding. Named after a beloved artist DJ and skater.
Best place for sunsets. Swimming, bike path, play ground. Secret bocce courts!
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Oakledge Park
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Best place for sunsets. Swimming, bike path, play ground. Secret bocce courts!

Best of Vermont

A Vermont original. One time home of artist Stephen Huneck this place is dedicated to art and dogs. The dog chapel is filled with remembrances of dogs past from thousands of visitors.
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Dog Mountain, Home of Stephen Huneck Gallery
143 Parks Road
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A Vermont original. One time home of artist Stephen Huneck this place is dedicated to art and dogs. The dog chapel is filled with remembrances of dogs past from thousands of visitors.
We have had a connection to the ECHO Leahy Center for 20 years. Burlington's science center has national traveling exhibits, lots of cool stuff about Lake Champlain and a wonderful connection to the cultures that have called this area home. Check the donor list by the front door for the youngest donor. That's our daughter! On the waterfront. About 1.5 miles. A great walk or ride down the bike path.
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ECHO, Leahy Center for Lake Champlain
1 College Street
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We have had a connection to the ECHO Leahy Center for 20 years. Burlington's science center has national traveling exhibits, lots of cool stuff about Lake Champlain and a wonderful connection to the cultures that have called this area home. Check the donor list by the front door for the youngest donor. That's our daughter! On the waterfront. About 1.5 miles. A great walk or ride down the bike path.

Unique Shopping

Pine Street is great place to find one-of-a-kind stuff for home, friends or enjoying on the spot.
Right here you can learn how chocolate is harvested and turned into a confection. You can see the factory at work 5 days a week. In Summer the ice cream bar, and in Winter the hot chocolate bar add a seasonal twist to chocolate. You can get all of LCC's fantastic bars here, as well as candies and truffles. Holidays feature fun molded chocolates for place settings and gifts.
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Lake Champlain Chocolates Factory Store
750 Pine Street
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Right here you can learn how chocolate is harvested and turned into a confection. You can see the factory at work 5 days a week. In Summer the ice cream bar, and in Winter the hot chocolate bar add a seasonal twist to chocolate. You can get all of LCC's fantastic bars here, as well as candies and truffles. Holidays feature fun molded chocolates for place settings and gifts.
Refurbished lamps take center stage. Get inspired for home redecoration and just enjoy the artists' inspiration and creativity. Reclamation is the theme, and you can find old furniture reupholstered in fun fabrics and toys made from old packaging. Just a pleasant 15 minute walk.
The Lamp Shop
424 Pine St
Refurbished lamps take center stage. Get inspired for home redecoration and just enjoy the artists' inspiration and creativity. Reclamation is the theme, and you can find old furniture reupholstered in fun fabrics and toys made from old packaging. Just a pleasant 15 minute walk.
This is a really well-presented antique shop specializing in mid-century furniture. But you'll also find knick-knacks, art, clothing, housewares, etc. New in late 2019: t-shirts and bags featuring the women-version of Mt Rushmore by artist-in-residence Julianna Brazill. Also check out the eponymous Barge Canal down the gravel driveway. It's a sweet, secret view on the water where in the winter you'll find the best wild ice for skating, and in the summer birds raising chicks.
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Barge Canal Market
377 Pine Street
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This is a really well-presented antique shop specializing in mid-century furniture. But you'll also find knick-knacks, art, clothing, housewares, etc. New in late 2019: t-shirts and bags featuring the women-version of Mt Rushmore by artist-in-residence Julianna Brazill. Also check out the eponymous Barge Canal down the gravel driveway. It's a sweet, secret view on the water where in the winter you'll find the best wild ice for skating, and in the summer birds raising chicks.

Breweries of Pine Street

Super close to the house, this brewery is hopping every night of the week with lots of housemade beers on tap. In nice weather the open doors and outdoor patio infuse the place with relaxation. Two dinner choices before or after: burritos to the north or table service Americana to the south.
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Zero Gravity Brewery
716 Pine St
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Super close to the house, this brewery is hopping every night of the week with lots of housemade beers on tap. In nice weather the open doors and outdoor patio infuse the place with relaxation. Two dinner choices before or after: burritos to the north or table service Americana to the south.
Super close to the house, with a pizza place across the hall! Housemade brews.
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Queen City Brewery
703 Pine Street
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Super close to the house, with a pizza place across the hall! Housemade brews.
Not quite on Pine Street, but worth the extra 10 minute walk. Craft brews and tours! Also, you get a little industrial vibe, but the neighborhood is actually more artsy than mechanical. Watch the sunset at Oakledge park, at the end of Flynn Ave, and then settle in at Switchback for an evening of beer tasting.
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Switchback Brewing Co.
160 Flynn Avenue
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Not quite on Pine Street, but worth the extra 10 minute walk. Craft brews and tours! Also, you get a little industrial vibe, but the neighborhood is actually more artsy than mechanical. Watch the sunset at Oakledge park, at the end of Flynn Ave, and then settle in at Switchback for an evening of beer tasting.