Active bar scene with wide selection of local brews upstairs with limited food options. Downstairs food lacks taste. We probably will not return.
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With tip and a bottle of wine, dinner for 2 was about 100 bucks. The food was good and the service was good and the view from the balcony was nice. Nothing spectacular but it's nice knowing there is at least one restaurant open 7...More
We stopped at this fun, popular place for lunch on our way thru town. There's a lot of energy here and everyone seems relaxed in spite of the activity and business. We ordered some beers, all of which were interesting. The food was good. The...More
Late lunch stop and we're seated in a crunched corner. Burger and salad for me, the smoked blue cheese dressing is great. Decent beers but all hoppy and nothing remotely dark. Very noisy. Wife opted for turkey wrap and orings which she said were awesome....More
Good food. Service was a little slow. Good beer selection. Great view of the river. It was raining when I went, but would have loved to sit outside and eat overlooking the river. Beer cheese soup was good. Chicken sandwich was huge. Some sort of...More
We stopped into this lively microbrewery on a recent trip through New England, and loved everything about it! First the location and decor are perfect, with great outdoor seating under the glow of patio heaters. Try the sweet potato burger as well as the other...More
We visit Whetstone Station almost everytime we go to Vermont, it is simply that good. They change their menu and craft beer offerings several times a year. The food is simply excellent. Their onion rings, Vermont Cheddar Ale soup, and steak tips are just awesome....More
Our server was nice. The food was good. The view is very nice. Loud and it is a brewery. We do not drink so don't know about that part. We enjoyed it.