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Does this restaurant offer an accessible route through the dining areas for guests with mobility, hearing, or visual impairments? This route should be well-lit, free of obstructions, and step-free.YesNoUnsure
Does this restaurant have visual emergency systems to accommodate guests with hearing impairments?YesNoUnsure
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Whetstone Station Restaurant and Brewery combines a large casual restaurant and open air rooftop bier garten, with a small experimental nano-brewery, all located right on the Connecticut River in Vermont. We offer an "inspired pub fare" style menu, with everything from small bites for a few bucks to full entrees. Along with an always changing unique craft beer list and dozens of guest craft beers on draft and specialty drinks, all in an amazing waterfront location. The unique round building has been restored into a beautiful fire-lit space with a contemporary and industrial vibe. Indoor and outdoor dining, perched above the river, alongside a steel bridge and nestled between the green mountains…
My wife and I are just finishing lunch here at the Whetstone Station; it was extremely enjoyable.
The service was great without being overbearing, and the food (she had the adult toasted cheese sandwich of three kinds of cheeses, bacon and fried pickles on thick...More
Grabbed dinner and drinks while staying in Brattleboro for a ski weekend. They have an amazing selection of beers. The house wings parmesan wings were amazing. Other food we had was all good too! Place was very busy but the food came out quickly and...More
My wife and daughter, who was visiting from Northern Virginia, arrived for lunch about noon to insure that we were able to secure a table without wait.
If one is using this restaurant as Amtrak's unofficial restaurant and lounge before boarding the Vermonter, then arrive...More
We are not from the area, and found the Whetstone Station while driving through. On the bucket list was to visit New Hampshire, Vermont, and Maine, and this restaurant hit two of those items, as the state line went through the center of the place!...More
Nice atmosphere, great deck and views. Food was ok (chicken sandwich was plain and chicken chewy), one beer we tried was ok. Wait was extremely long (over an hour), longer than stated when we checked in.
We were given a gift certificate to an upscale restaurant in Brattleboro and thought we'd combine Christmas shopping and dinner. While the restaurant we originally wanted was not open--a Tuesday--we decided to return to the Whetstone Station after a long while. What a great evening!...More
Great chili and burgers, Whetstone IPA Session is the worst beer I have ever had, way too hoppy, maybe a bad batch! Will get the stout next time. Easy walk to the Brattleboro Museum. The first thing Whetstones does is ask for your credit card....More
Date of visit: November 2018
Thank Charles L
David H, General Manager at Whetstone Station Restaurant and Brewery, responded to this reviewResponded 3 weeks ago
Hey there Charles, thanks for your comments. Sorry you didn't like the Whetstoner, I guess its not for everybody, and that's ok, but that's the beauty of beer...there's always another one out there to try!
As for asking for a credit card (and giving it...More
We traveled to the Vermont border and stumbled on this awesome brewery/restaurant. The beer was excellent and the food was really good as well. The restaurant is a bit loud inside, and the service is not fast. However, the quality of the food and the...More
Response from TimBrady | Property representative |
Very easy! Just get off exit 1, turn right and continue straight until you reach the traffic light downtown (about 2 miles). Whetstone is right on the water, at the bridge to NH. There’s a parking lot on either side of the... More
Very easy! Just get off exit 1, turn right and continue straight until you reach the traffic light downtown (about 2 miles). Whetstone is right on the water, at the bridge to NH. There’s a parking lot on either side of the street.