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Church Street is a car-free area of Burlington with boutiques, restaurants, tea houses, and live music.
Church Stree Marketplace is a great place to spend a day! Lots of great shops, bars, restaurants and people watching. You can even walk down to the lake or catch a show at the Flynn.
Church mall is several pedestrian blocks filled with Restaurants, Bars, Boutiques, and Street Vendors. Great to walk around on a nice day or enjoy a night in town.
Food, Nightlife, Music, the Church Street area has almost everything. Enjoy a auto-free stroll along Church Street and enjoy Street performers, area musicians, as well as local brews and food.
Take a day trip into Burlington to enjoy the pedestrian street that is full of shops, restraurants, and bars, all with a fantastic view of Lake Champlain and the Adirondack Mountains.
The heart of Burlington - the epicenter of restaurants and shopping in the state!
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“Great for the entire family. Learn about Lake Champlain and all the creatures that live here. ”
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“Waterfront Park at the foot of College Street is the starting point of the Burlington Greenway, a multi-use path (formerly a rail line) that runs both north and south along the Lake. The southern section, closed for renovations during the summer of 2020, runs for about two miles into Oakledge Park. From there its on a combination of streets and paths until linking up with the South Burlington recreational path on the other side of Route 7. You can take a diversion to Red Rocks Park (an actual forested park), or Queen City Park - a unique, small neighborhood overlooking the Lake. Heading north from Waterfront Park, the path runs five miles to the Winooski River, and then continues across a relatively new steel bridge built just to convey recreationalists to the Colchester side. Continue on the path as it winds though a residential neighborhood, public park, and then back on the former RR right of way to the Causeway. This is the highlight of the trail and should not be missed, as the narrow causeway runs for several miles across the Lake and eventually ends at a cut that can only be crossed by bike ferry! Those who do will be rewarded with many more miles of trials and back roads in the Champlain Islands. Mileage - if you just stay within BTV on the path and did a north and south loop , its 14 miles. The Causeway adds another 5-10 miles. ”
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“Four Quarters embodies the cycle of life that each ingredient makes on its way to your glass. A seed is carefully planted and nurtured, growing with the energy of the sun, Earth, wind, and rain. Its fruits are harvested, later the seeds, and the cycle of life starts again. Our logo, the moon phases, encapsulates this cycle, present in every living thing. When we create, we are celebrating the Earth and everything that grows within. It is our hope, that by thoughtfully crafting each and every beer with this cycle in mind, we can pass to our drinker, not just a glass of delicious brew, but our passion, our love, and our thankfulness, for all things in our natural world.”
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