Member Testimonial: Ken’s Pizza

Member Testimonial: Ken’s Pizza

Ken’s Pizza and Pub is located in the heart of Church Street Marketplace in Burlington. Established in 1973, it is the downtown area’s longest running family-owned restaurant. Ken’s features a cozy pub, a dining room, a large outdoor café and Captain Tom’s Tiki Bar is right out the back door. All areas serve the full menu unti late night!

close up of the Ken's Pizza and Pub sign located outside of the restaurant

Their extensive menu includes New York Style pizza, homemade soups, Italian dinners, awesome sandwiches, tacos, hot subs, salads, and classic bar appetizers like nachos, wings, spinach dip, chicken fingers, and mozzarella sticks. There’s something for everybody – even a kid’s menu!

photo of the family-style booths located in the dining room at Ken's Pizza and Pub

 

Serving up a large list of craft beers, full bar, great wine list, and an enticing tropical cocktail list in the summer, Ken’s Pizza and Pub is a welcoming spot to watch the game on their multiple large TVs. Whether you come in for lunch, dinner, or a late night meal – you’re sure to be pleased! There’s a reason the locals keep coming back, and tourists find a home away from home in Ken’s warm and inviting atmosphere. Ken’s Pizza and Pub is locally owned and operated by Tom and Deb Miller, with a lof of help from their children.

photo of the bar at Ken's Pizza and Pub

Here’s what Tom and Deb had to say about the Chamber…

“We love the Chamber, being a family-run restaurant we have little time to think about advertising. The Chamber gets our name out there with their website, Experience Burlington magazine, and access to the six Vermont Welcome Centers. There are also many other advertising opportunities that are easy to access!”

Learn more about Ken’s Pizza and Pub on their Facebook page and learn how you can take advantage of all of the benefits of Chamber membership here.

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