Atmosphere very nice. Warm, cozy. Food was average. Service good. Great selection of local breweries on tap.
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I've driven by this place hundreds of times. I was in Vermont with some friends for the weekend. A colleague had suggested that we try it. It was a great alternative to our usual pizza dinner when we go to Vermont. The place was all...More
Ushered to partially set table in almost empty room. "Your server will be with you soon." After long wait owner/manager returns, "no water yet?" Saying server will be by, he gets water and forks. "Go to the buffet line when you want," he then says....More
My wife and I love the dining on the porch and the tavern meals. The bar is budlike and very welcoming. The front porch is terrific and the back porch is great for groups. The staff are friendly and the meals are good value.
Bright cheerful 1921 Hotel with old charm and furnishings. Ate in the bar, burger was quite good, especially with a $3.00 draft . Other 3 all quite happy with their choices, the $7.00 pick 2 was enough for 2 and the quesida (sp) almost too...More
We came across this place in quaint Chester, quite by accident, but sitting out on the porch of this old Inn looked so enticing we couldn't resist stopping. Although it was just 1pm they were already out of chicken so we opted for burgers which...More
Stopped in for a couple of drinks at the "cozy tavern". Waitstaff seemed a bit cranky, with not many smiling. Drinks were fine, bar area was small, with only a few stools. Enjoyed the trivia book, and other games at the bar. Not sure on...More
This is a cute stop on your rural tour of Vermont but you shouldn't have to pay $12.50 + $1.50 for cheese and $2.50 for fries= $16.50!! Try the White House in Wilmington for a great hamburger at $13.00 with all the trimmings! There are...More
The menu offered a good selection for all diets and sizes appetites. Reasonably priced food and drinks. Wait staff are terrific!