Visit Handy's Lunch, The Small Town Diner In Vermont That's Been Around Since The 1940s
Handy’s Lunch in downtown Burlington has been around since 1945. It is a family own business that is known for its bargain prices, hearty food and great service. The diner was started by Earl and Flora Handy and today Earl A. Handy continues the legacy that his grandparents began.
Located on tehe corner of Maple and South Champlain Street in Burlington, Handy's has been a staple for 75 years!
The diner's mission is to make its customers feel like family and fill them up with delicious food.
Flora and Earl Handy were the first generation owners of Handy's Lunch.
Back in 1945, the Handys also ran a grocery store that was attached to the diner. They lived right next door to their diner/grocery store.
Classic American breakfast food can be found at Handy's.
The diner does offer some untraditional options as well, though.
Try the Super G Sandwich with onion rings for breakfast.
Handy's recommends trying out this hearty meal in the morning. It looks super delicious.
You could enjoy two Texas Hot Dogs, pictured below.
These have been a favorite through the generations.
These same hot dogs were featured in People Magazine.
The Texas Dog won best Vermont hot dog.
Homemade and fresh every day, there is something for everyone at this diner.
Local blueberries have been nicely cooked into delicious pancakes, shown here. You've got to throw in some sausage on the side, too.
You can also get breakfast or lunch to go.
Aside from the dine-in experience, a boxed meal can be a nice option if you want to get your food on the go.
Next time you are in Burlington, stop by Handy’s. Visit the diner’s website
here for more information.
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74 Maple St, Burlington, VT 05401, USA