2 Tickets for Burlington Edible History Tour
Vermont’s Burlington Edible History Tour takes you back in time to connect the history of Burlington’s early ethnic groups to their food traditions, when farm to table was a way of life.
Over a 1.5-mile walk, you’ll discover the local ethnic history and food traditions of Abenaki, African Americans, Chinese, French Canadians, Germans, Greeks, Irish, Italians, Jews, Lebanese, and Yankees. To celebrate their traditions of eating local foods – often from their backyards – we will sample food at five restaurants that serve local foods: Sugar Snap Catering at ECHO, Monarch and the Milkweed at Maglianero, Gryphon, Penny Cluse, and Deli 126.
From 1 M to 4:15 PM Thursday, Friday and Saturday from June 14-October 13
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