Great college/neighborhood hangout. Food and ambience are classic Vermont. I. Season great outdoor seating. No disappointment here
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Very fine dining but relaxed, Food is superb, service is as well. Great place for a special dinner.Small menu but something for all, The desserts are extraordinary; worth the calories and $!
Restaurant is very attractive with a nice outside seating area. We had had an excellent meal on our last visit last year so our disappointment with latest was heightened. Service was only fair. While not crowded the young ladies seemed overwhelmed and lack knowledge regarding the menu. Food was very uneven. Of the five of us only one was satisfied with meal. My tuna was barely pink despite being ordered red in the middle(not sure if botched by kitchen or server). My wife's salmon lacked flavor. After consuming her dinner salad one became ill. Oyster appetizer was delicious as were the side accompaniments with the entrees. Heard later but did not verify that there may have been a change in management and chef since last year potentially resulting in the huge fall off.
Wonderful, welcoming spot. Friendly, efficient service, reasonable pricing, menu with some surprises. Loved the lobster sliders, had a super salad. Recommend highly.
The restaurant was easy to find thanks to directions from the Hampton Inn. Our reservation was for 8:00 and we had the Fine Dining Room to ourselves with a window seat. Our waiter was attentive and helpful with good knowledge of the preparation of everything on the unusual menus. The menu for smaller portions (all priced under $15) included deer tenderloin, rabbit and my choice, boar Wellington, along with other entrees. My husband selected halibut from the larger portion menu. Meals came with soup or salad. My vegan carrot soup was delicious, with coconut milk and cumin. My husband's salad was a huge, tasty spring roll. We had a new vegetable, a small tender gourd. Pistachio gellato was terrific.