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“Great dinner in an historic building”

The Prince and the Pauper
Ranked #3 of 32 Restaurants in Woodstock
Certificate of Excellence
Cuisines: American
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Good for: Special Occasion Dining, Local cuisine, Romantic
Dining options: Dinner, Reservations
Reviewed 4 weeks ago

The restaurant is warm and inviting with wooden beams on the ceiling,nice paintings on the walls and some booths with high backed benches to sit on. The is a daily table d'hote or you can choose to eat a la carte. There are also home made pizzas which looked very tempting. The soft crabcakes were yummy and the house salad which comes with most entrees had a fresh Vermont bleu cheese crumbled on it and was delicious. A nice array of homemade desserts was presented on a tray from which to choose.

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Reviewed 4 weeks ago

This restaurant is located in downtown Woodstock, VT and accessed by a side entry. This was our first time dining here and we opted for ordering off the menu vs. the fixed price selection, which will try on a return visit. I had the ribs entree which were very good, but a bit on the dry side. My husband enjoyed the salmon entree. We had wine and ordered a dessert which made the meal a bit pricier than average, however well worth the experience. The service was good as well.

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Reviewed 4 weeks ago

The Prince & Pauper Restaurant is located at 24 Elm St. in Woodstock Village. Entrance is on the side of the building across from the Woodstock Historical Society building. We have wanted to dine here every time we have visited Woodstock, but somehow never did. This time we made it and were quite pleased. Food was great. I had the Salmon which just melted in your mouth. Service was wonderful. A little pricey, but well worth it.

Thank Limulus49
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Reviewed 4 weeks ago via mobile

Greeted warmly and seated in our requested booth. Our server gentleman is attentive and friendly!
Food is fabulous; had the sole menuiere and the risotto cakes.
Delicious! Highly recommend!


Thank 121nancyp
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Reviewed 14 May 2018

Went on a Saturday at 6:30 with a reservation, they do have a dress code which seems to be business casuel. I had a cosmo, tasty but small. Entree was duck breast, crispy and cooked to perfection. Husband had the tenderloin also perfect. We had the price fixed meal 51 dollars a good value. No dessert included. We would visit again.

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Thank Lisa D
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