Coffee & Tea
Our delicious dinner options will keep you coming back for more, and our Healthy Fare and Summer Menu will tantalize your tastebuds.
The locals know the best places. Liquid Art has a loyal local following for its signature martinis and as a place to aprés ski.
Eatery & Gallery
While you enjoy your beverage and/or something to munch on, take-in the local artwork and browse through our many pieces of arts and crafts that are for sale. Our award-winning chili will keep you coming back for more, along with our amazing Firetini and Espresso Martinis that we are famous for.
Customers & Friends
“Liquid Art is very fun! The name is deceiving, because this place is SO much more than a coffeehouse! It’s an art gallery, a bar and a restaurant as well! Plus, the building itself is super neat (post & beam, open & airy)!
I recently came here for a wine dinner, family-style with a nice group of people. The food was really good (smoked mozz raviolis with red pepper!?!) as were the wine pairings. The fact that we finished the meal with homemade chocolate mint ice cream – amazing!!!”
”An amazing spot – one of my favorite coffeehouses ever. The food and drinks are phenomenal and go beyond “coffeehouse basics,” the atmosphere is cozy and so welcoming, and if you’re working (or “working”) remotely, the ample power supplies, free wifi, and plentiful seating are a godsend. The people working here are so incredibly friendly, they really make you feel at home. I was here for a few hours during the recent big snowstorm and it was a great refuge, unlike any other place I’ve ever been. It’s always going to have a special place in my heart now – next time I’m in Killington, I am definitely coming back here."
“This place rocks – literally and figuratively. My wife and I needed a spot to work remotely on a Friday so we could jumpstart our weekend in VT and we ended up here. It was a great call – super-friendly service, reliable fast wifi, good tunes (not too loud), comfortable chairs, and excellent coffee and food. We each were able to find a corner to take quiet calls and I was probably more productive than if I’d been at the office – with artisinal sausage, gruyere, and organic tomato crepes to boot! This place is worth a visit.”
“Food is simply awesome (and this is coming from a Bay Area foodie of sorts). House-made ice cream, spectacular creative food, in-house interesting baked goods, and attentive service. Coffee is good local VT roaster, but better in their well-made caps than as espresso (I am more of a Four Barrel/Verve/Stumptown fan). And good mountain biking tips from Jimi!”