The Vermont Cynic

Coffee crawl: a guide to Burly’s caffeine scene

Coffee crawl: a guide to Burly’s caffeine scene

Jack Eccleston, Staff Writer

May 2, 2019


Filed under Culture, Food

With finals around the corner, it's almost that time of year again. Don’t worry though, the Cynic has you covered with a handy guide of Burlington’s thriving coffee scene for when you need your next hit. Over the span of an hour, I toured five of downtown’s most popular spots, ordering my drink of choi...

UVM FeelGood gathers most donations for poverty fund

UVM FeelGood gathers most donations for poverty fund

Mateo Cardenas-Clarimon, Staff Writer

April 5, 2019


Filed under Culture, Food, Life

UVM’s chapter of FeelGood is the non-profit organization’s most successful chapter. UVM FeelGood is a student-run deli, and its purpose is to raise money for the Commitment 2030 fund, an investment strategy to end poverty by 2030. Located at the entrance to the Davis Center tunnel, Fe...

Local Flavor: three nearby restaurant recommendations

Local Flavor: three nearby restaurant recommendations

Culture Staff

March 27, 2019


Filed under Culture, Food

Food is necessary to fuel our every move, but mealtime can also be a transportive culinary experience. Eating establishments surrounding campus serve up both local recipes and dishes from around the world. Whether you’re looking for a quick lunch, weekend brunch or a sit-down dinner, there’s a sp...

New North End spot serves up authentic pizza

New North End spot serves up authentic pizza

Jack Eccleston, Staff Writer

March 10, 2019


Filed under Culture, Food, Reviews

Pizzeria Ida is one of the North End’s newest and most exciting pizza joints, serving up authentic, wood oven, neapolitan and sicilian style “pies on demand.” Since it opened in late September 2018, Pizzeria Ida has been hidden away behind a nondescript parking lot off of 662 Riverside Ave. ...

Pho Hong serves up sweets and spices

Pho Hong serves up sweets and spices

Anna Kolosky, Staff Writer

March 2, 2019


Filed under Culture, Food

The air was sizzling with spices as hungry patrons chowed down on huge bowls of noodles and curry. My friends and I had just walked into Pho Hong, a Vietnamese restaurant on North Winooski Avenue. My first impression of Pho Hong was that it was a bit small and crowded, with people sitting shoulder-to...

UVM hosts local producers for Cheese and Dairy Fest

UVM hosts local producers for Cheese and Dairy Fest

Bridget Higdon, Culture Editor

February 26, 2019


Filed under Campus Life, Culture, Food

The sweet aromas of cheese and freshly-scooped ice cream gave busy students a reason to pause last week. UVM hosted its annual Cheese and Dairy Fest Feb. 19 in the Davis Center Atrium. Sponsored by UVM Dining, the event’s aim was to promote cheese and dairy producers in the state of Vermont. ...

The University of Vermont's Independent Voice Since 1883
Food