Though it is quaint and clean the food they serve is average including the service I might return but would not expect any different
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They were open at 5:30 on a weekday. Service was top notch as was the food. Very clean, perfect local stop. Many choices for breakfast, priced right. Can't go wrong with a stop at Mary's Cafe.
During a recent visit to Vermont, I had the opportunity to have breakfast with friends at this quaint diner in West Rutland. What I noticed first (my first visit in 10 years) was that the former front porch was converted to beautiful dining space. The...More
Just like eating at your grandma's house -- felt right at home. This is where the locals eat. Friendly service and ends with an old fashioned handwritten waitress tab -- where's Flo:) Mary's breakfast sandwich was just right for me -- big hunka white Vermont...More
My husband and I have eaten numerous times at Mary's Cafe for lunch and really enjoy their specials. I have to say Monday and Wednesdays are our favorites. Monday is chicken and biscuits, mashed potato, (squash or peas) and cranberry sauce. Wednesday is a fabulous...More
Among us we tried the pancakes, scrambled eggs, and egg sandwich and donuts. The food is very good...very generous and incredibly affordable. The staff are friendly and cheerful. And if you listen you will definitely pick up on the local gossip. Best part is, this...More
On our way to the kingdom we needed lunch and randomly found Mary's. We ordered the hot turkey sandwich with fries and gravy,It was excellent and tasted very homemade. My only regret is that I didn't save room for pie. Service is fast and friendly....More
A very neat cozy place to eat breakfast or lunch. Real home cooking that can be taylored to your best cravings. Very friendly, great service and the owner hostess was delighful. If your in the area get there early and enjoy being waited on!
all home made food, fresh home made pies, famous for breakfast & lunch, where the locals go, hash sausage home fries, all fresh