ArtsRiot Kitchen

Get some.

Our kitchen is new, again. We want people to come and drop in on us- not just for events. So we realized we need to have consistent hours (TUE-SAT 4:30-10PM) and have a regular menu.

Even when there are concerts, circuses, cabaret’s, club music, countdowns, or any event- we will serve you dinner during our regular hours!

Get at it.

ArtsRiot Menu

MENU Draft 2-01
HOURS

Come eat TUESDAY to SATURDAY from 4:30-10PM.

GET IN TOUCH

Come on by and say hi whenever. Email us at info@artsriot.com. Or call us at 802-540-0406

FEATURING

George an original South Ender has 20+ years of culinary experience, including local favorites; Smokejacks, Pistou and Kitchen Table Bistro. He and his team focus is on traditional classics with a 400 Pine twist. They pride themselves on their relationships with local farmers, producers and growers. 400 Pine looks forward to inviting guest chefs to come cook in the ArtsRiot kitchen. It’s Friday! Come on down to ArtsRiot and check us out!!

KITCHEN EVENTS

Dec
3
Wed
The Dish: Global Foods, Local Perspectives @ ArtsRiot
Dec 3 @ 5:30 pm – 7:15 pm
1538818_10152967018509873_7727911425872654818_n
Food Solutions New England’s A New England Food Vision is a bold vision for what New England’s local food economy might look like if it were able to provide 50% of clean, fair, just and accessible food for New Englanders by 2050. But what about the other 50%, including favorite global foods like coffee, chocolate, tropical fruit and others? We hope to have a fun, uplifting holiday conversation about the opportunities and possibilities of a global food system that operates with the same values as a community-based food system. Learn how Vermont-based food businesses are investing in global sustainability — and what to look for when buying sustainable edibles this holiday season!
Panelists (pending final confirmations)
-       Eric Lampman, Blue Bandana Chocolates/Lake Champlain Chocolate
-       Andrew Driscoll, Equal Exchange
-       Anthony Naples, Starbird Fish
-       Lynn Ellen Schimoler, City Market
Moderated by Joe Speidel, University of Vermont
City Market and the Intervale Center, with support from ArtsRiot, are collaborating to present The Dish: A Series for Inquisitive Eaters, a series of panel discussions that will dive into hot food issues with the help of local experts.
About City Market: Located in downtown Burlington, Vermont, the Onion River Co-op is a consumer cooperative, with over 10,500 members, selling wholesome food and other products while building a vibrant, empowered community and a healthier world, all in a sustainable manner. Visit City Market, Onion River Co-op online at www.CityMarket.coop or call 802-861-9700.
About the Intervale Center: The Intervale Center is a dynamic nonprofit that implements innovative, replicable and place-based solutions to address some of global agriculture’s most pressing problems. We believe that good food can change the world! www.intervale.org