Taste of Fall on Church Street

Posted September 29, 2016


Fall is one of the most beautiful times of the year in Vermont. On the Church Street Marketplace, it's one of the most delicious seasons! Stop by one of our many locally owned businesses for a taste of Fall in Vermont.


Speeder and Earls 

104 Church Street

Start your morning with a cinnamon latte from Speeder and Earls. Their coffee is freshly roasted and the latte art is always stunning!

Photo: @speederandearlsvt


Uncommon Grounds

42 Church Street

Another amazing Church Street cafe also boasts delicious coffee and tea, but while you're there, treat yourself to a Tomgirl organic vegan cookie! They're made with wholesome ingredients like sunflower seeds, almonds, cacao and avocado.


Photo: @tomgirljuiceco


Lake Champlain Chocolates 

65 Church Street

Caramel apples are a Fall staple! Lake Champlain Chocolates makes theirs using local apples from Shelburne Orchards. Watch them dip the apples in caramel and drizzle them with chocolate right in the store! 


Photo: @lcchocolates


Gaku Ramen 

144 Church Street

Ramen soup is the ultimate comfort food on a cold Autumn evening. Visit one of the newest and trendiest restaurants on Church Street for a variety of soups, rice bowls and appetizers. 


Photo: @gakuramen


Pascolo Ristorante

83 Church Street 

Finish up your Italian dinner at Pascolo with an Apple Crostata topped with a perfect scoop of gelato! 


Photo: @pascolovt


Taste Vermont

28 Church Street

The Spicy Maple Mule at Taste Vermont boasts Maple Liqueur from Vermont Distillers, lemon juice, ginger beer and cayenne. It's the perfect way to start or end a night on the Marketplace. 


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