History of the Kountry Kart Deli:

The Kountry Kart Deli story began in 1989 on Church Street Burlington, Vermont during the coldest winter on record. Founder Mike Williams, manned a small food cart selling 30-40 sandwiches a day, in temperatures so bitter that the vegetables on his cart froze.  And, he could barely keep his home-made soups hot enough to pass as warm!

Although the hours were long and brutal, and profit margins narrow, Williams never gave up. After a few years, he hooked up with the Willard St Market and sold his deli products from their meat counter—out of the cold and off the streets.

By 1992, Williams’ sandwiches became so popular—especially his falafel—that he needed more food preparation space. The operation moved to 155 Main Street, next door to the Flynn Theater.  Today, the deli serves over 600 salads, soups and sandwiches per day with a 100% quality assurance on every purchase. Plus, the innovative and extensive Vermont fresh menu has been recognized by some of New England’s most discriminating food writers.

Whether you want breakfast (served all day), a fast healthy lunch, or the best late night food in Burlington, the friendly folks at Kountry Kart Deli are ready to serve you 20 hours per day 363 days per year.

Six Consecutive Years – Daysie Award Winner

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Kountry Kart Deli

We at the KKD strive to serve our customers fast, freshly prepared food items in the friendliest manner making them want to return time and time again.

We use the freshest ingredients possible when making all of our homemade soups and salads.

Every one of our salads is made in house.

Our burgers are hand formed and served to the temperature you desire.

Try our house made Harvest Veggie burger.

Six Consecutive Years
Daysies Award Winner

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