Morrisville and Morristown are both settled along State Route 100 and intersected by several commuter arteries.
The dynamic commercial pulse of Lamoille County with access to the best of Vermont’s nature.
Those living in Morrisville will find themselves embracing a life of quiet contentment, fueled by a friendly community and the presence of vibrant natural splendor. In place of national chains and brands are boutiques, mom-and-pop shops, and an abundance of town amenities. A busy social calendar and options for entertainment mean that though tranquil, Morrisville stays far from boring. The town is home to companies in manufacturing industries such as Manufacturing Solutions, Concept2, and Turtle Fur.
In Historic Downtown Morrisville, there’s almost always a pleasant hum of activity. Bisected by the scenic waters of the Lamoille Rivers, the village is flush with foodie-approved restaurants and hip shops. Beer enthusiasts will appreciate the trove of breweries, biergartens, and tap rooms found in Morrisville, most notably those such as Soulmate Brewing, Lost Nation Brewing, and Rock Art Brew Company.
Those looking to craft their at-home meals can find a bounty of options at the local grocer, Morrisville Food Co-Op. This unique business works to serve the community by providing high-quality ingredients with an emphasis on local and organic goods. Prefer to dine out? Tacos and Taps Bar is a vibrant restaurant where craft beers and live music keep the party going.
Anyone with a sweet tooth will want to check out one of Morrisville’s most beloved dining spots, North Country Donuts. Always handmade and always fresh, the shop features weekly rotating flavors based on seasonal ingredients and an innovative mindset. For special occasions, nowhere makes a more refined custom cake than the Cake and Crumb Bakery, whose flavors range from classic red velvet or vanilla to orange mocha or maple.
Black Diamond Barbeque is the mainstay for perfectly-cooked shrimp, chicken, brisket, turkey, pork, and ribs. Beyond its namesake, Pizza on Main also serves an eclectic selection of daily specials, desserts, and local brews. Across the street, Thompson's Flour Shop is a local favorite for soups, salads, and sandwiches, plus baked goods.
Others might explore the expansive Lamoille Valley Rail Trail, which traverses some of Vermont’s most spectacular landscapes. When completed the trail will be the longest in New England — spanning a whopping 93 miles — and will stay open every season of the year for a variety of skiers, bikers, hikers, equestrians, snowmobile riders, and snowshoers. Luckily for Morristown residents, the majority of the Rail Trail that bisects Lamoille County is completed and available for use.
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