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Davis Studio is home to the Starving Artist Café on Shelburne Road in South Burlington, Vermont.

The café is serving up a creative menu and unique atmosphere inside our art studio!

Our very own Chefs Jonathan, Sarah and Tom take exquisite care in their food selection, preparation, and presentation. Enjoy the friendly and inviting atmosphere of our Café or Gallery seating while sampling the creative menu. Stop in for a bite midweek, or join us for a delicious weekend breakfast or brunch, complete with our tempting Sweet Trolley.  

We are handicapped accessible and have ample parking.

Share with a friend:  Starving Artist Cafe Gift Cards are available at the Café Counter.

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Starving Artist Cafe At Davis Studio

“Awesome – as usual. Personal. Friendly. Welcoming. Charming. Excellent quality.”

“Great selection of brunch offerings!!”

“This is a local secret I just discovered! Brunch was perfect! Reasonable prices, fresh ingredients, eclectic menu with something for everyone in the family. I cannot wait to go back during the week for a sandwich!”

Saturday & Sunday 8:00 am to 2:00 pm Full service: Weekend Brunch Menu

Monday to Friday

8:00 am to 2:00 pm

Counter service: Daily Menu

Closed for Holiday December 24-26 Christmas
Closed for Holiday December 31, January 1 & 2 New Year
Reservations recommended for parties of 6 or more


Weekday Brunch Menu
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Daily Menu

Weekend Brunch Menu
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Sunday Brunch Menu

Recent Reviews

“So, as always, Davis Studio has knocked it out of the park – this time with Brunch. Fantastic, fresh, creative food, delicious and unique, like no other breakfast in Burlington. A room for kids to doodle while waiting… all supplies provided. A magical playground we want to move into (complete with a chandelier in the mud kitchen)! Run, don’t walk!!!” – Sue A.

The newly opened Starving Artist Cafe is a gem. Located on the first floor of the Davis Studio in South Burlington (where people of all ages can find art classes that suit them), the ambiance is both inviting and alive with color and art. And meanwhile, in the cafe kitchen, Chef Jonathan has created an adventurous menu of dishes that are both delicious and beautiful to behold. We went for Sunday brunch and delighted in our eggs and black beans and buckwheat pancakes. The light, puffy corn fritters were worth the trip. Lots of side dishes and choices for vegetarians. A perfect weekend experience.” – John K.

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Melissa Pasanen, Free Press correspondent
Read about it in this article from Burlington Free Press.