If you can dream it, you can find it at one of over 100 local stores in Burlington.
Explore all Burlington restaurants have to offer and find who’s offering delivery, takeout, and in-person dining.
Looking for family-friendly activities? Need an oil change? In search of a tailor? You’ve come to the right spot!
Celebrating Burlington, Vermont's Small Business Community
Burlington, Vermont is home to over 400 locally-owned small businesses. While our City may be small, our selection of incredible and diverse food, retail, experiences, and services is not. Love Burlington exists to connect you with the small business community and to support our entrepreneurs as they make their dreams a reality and bolster our economy.
Discover New Businesses
If you can dream it, you can find it at one of over 100 local retailers in Burlington.
We can’t help you decide between pizza or pho for dinner, but we can help you find it.
Looking for family friendly activities? Need an oil change? In search of a tailor? You’ve come to the right spot.
Learn more about local, State, and Federal grants and resources available to businesses.
Find opportunities to test the waters and vend to the public without investing in a brick-and-mortar space.
Our team is here to help your local business grow and reach its full potential in Burlington, VT.
There's so much to see in Burlington.
Explore what's going on in each of our vibrant neighborhoods below!
The Old North End
The Old North End, known to locals as the ONE, is the melting pot of Burlington.
The South End
The South End Arts District has flourished into the hub of arts and culture in the City.
Downtown Burlington is full of small, locally-owned boutiques, restaurants, bars, creatives, and innovators that enrich our vibrant City.
Church Street Marketplace
Church Street is an outdoor pedestrian mall that is home to over 100 businesses, and the gathering spot for locals and visitors alike.
In Burlington, wonderful recreational activities are only a short walk away at the waterfront.
The New North End
Founded in the 1950s, the New North End has become the go-to place for young families.