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Arlington, Vermont Restaurants

Cornerstone Burger CompanyCornerstone Burger Company
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American | Arlington, Vermont, Vermont

Chow down on creative fare at Cornerstone Burger Company. Its casual setting features exposed brick walls and a large bar. Cornerstone Burger Company serves a variety of flavorful dishes. Guests can try an appetizer of sweet Thai chili wings, poutine, truffle tots or a plate of nachos. It has specialty burgers like the Bahn Mi topped with hoisin and sriracha mayo or the PB&J with smoked bacon and strawberry jelly. Sandwiches, soups and salad will also fulfill the appetite.

Cornerstone Burger Company is open Wednesday through Sunday. It features specials and events throughout the year. This eatery also provides catering services for parties, weddings and other functions.

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Discover Arlington, Vermont

Nestled deep in a national forest, Arlington, Vermont, can show you what dining in rustic Vermont is all about. The restaurants here are all about local ingredients. You can enjoy locally sourced artisanal cheeses or ravioli stuffed with lobster. If you are feeling hungry, then stop into a local tavern where you can start off with a bowl of New England clam chowder, fill up on a burger and fries for the main course, and end the meal with tiramisu. Or skip the tiramisu and head to a local candy shop for homemade Vermont maple syrup, fudge, a slice of fruit pie, or an apple cider donut.

Discover Arlington, Vermont

Nestled deep in a national forest, Arlington, Vermont, can show you what dining in rustic Vermont is all about. The restaurants here are all about local ingredients. You can enjoy locally sourced artisanal cheeses or ravioli stuffed with lobster. If you are feeling hungry, then stop into a local tavern where you can start off with a bowl of New England clam chowder, fill up on a burger and fries for the main course, and end the meal with tiramisu. Or skip the tiramisu and head to a local candy shop for homemade Vermont maple syrup, fudge, a slice of fruit pie, or an apple cider donut.