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Re: “Sukho Thai Restaurant

The food is good, but the service is extremely unpleasant - at least the one guy in the dining room I always see (he has large biceps). He's rude, cold, abrupt, and inconsiderate, not to mention slow and unhelpful. Thai food is my favorite kind of food, and this restaurant is the closest to my work & house, but even though I think about coming here twice a week I actually only go maybe 3x a year (opting for tiny thai in winooski instead) because the guy in the dining room is so terribly unpleasant. Every time I think of calling and placing an order, or going to eat at the restaurant, I remember how he uncomfortable he makes me feel and 95% of the time I decide against going. I don't know who owns this restaurant but you should really think about the people you have representing your place, because you are literally losing money because of that guy.

Posted by Icculus on 08/27/2015 at 11:08 AM

Re: “Taverna Khione

Had a lovely dinner here with a mix of spreads, the octopus appetizer and a special appetizer of house cured beef in filo dough. Husband and I split the lamb chops. Octopus was tender, lamb was divine.

Posted by latenac on 08/25/2015 at 3:27 PM

Re: “ABC Café & Pub

We stopped there the other day for the first time since its old days as Bananas, and we were favorably impressed. Bucking the trend of almost all eateries in Chittenden County, ABC has kept its prices affordable, and the food and drinks are good. I got a great sandwich and a terrific Martini for a total of just over $10. The service was prompt and friendly, and we found ourselves chatting with other customers--it's that kind of place.

I'm getting tired of all the new restaurants with $10 burgers, $12 drinks, "small plates" with two beans and a smear of risotto for $5.98, and waitstaff who act like they are doing us a big favor by allowing us to spend our money. Chittenden County used to have quite a few restaurants with real food at affordable prices with a friendly atmosphere--that has become so rare that ABC now really stands out. I'm told there is live music--Blues Jams (!)--some nights, and look forward to checking that out

Posted by Steve Carlson on 08/24/2015 at 6:07 PM

Re: “Pho Nguyen

Great food and significant improvements in the environment from the previous establishment, including a pool table, comfortable seating and a full bar.

Posted by MayDay on 08/24/2015 at 9:28 AM

Re: “Hatchet Tap and Table

I think I might have Gastropub fatigue so please keep that in mind as I review. I also miss the middle of the road option that was Bridget Street Cafe.

This place has an interesting and diverse beer selection keeping it in competition with Prohibition Pig and Farmhouse Tap & Grill.

Unfortunately the food menu isn't quite as diverse. It's also a little overpriced. $19 for fish & chips which consisted of one huge piece of fish. Which wouldn't be an issue, except for the fact that the coating was overcooked and the fish was undercooked. The lobster roll was a nice size and nice amount of lobster. It costs the same as the fish & chips. They toss their fries in rosemary which really didn't go with either entree despite my love of rosemary. The Buffalo wings were pretty good.

The place is very loud and we were seated too close to the creemee machine, which made it worse. Overall probably a better place to go to for a beer or two than an actual meal.

Posted by latenac on 08/21/2015 at 8:26 AM

Re: “Maggie O's

Maggie's has a great DIY yogurt set-up -- you choose your yogurt flavors (as many as you want), then add whatever toppings you want! You pay by the ounce, so you can get as little or as much as you want. Plus, Maggie herself is super-friendly.

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Posted by Kit Kat on 08/20/2015 at 8:51 PM

Re: “Bolton Potholes

P. S. Just because fewer people have died here doesn't make it any less treacherous than Huntington gorge.Having served on the Bolton fire for 18 years i have helped with many rescues and recoveries there.

Posted by dagvtr on 08/19/2015 at 6:44 PM

Re: “Bolton Potholes

First of all you are showing the wrong place on your Google map. You are off by about 2 miles uphill.Next you are promoting public overuse of private property.The lower half of the western side of the brook is entirely on private land.Seven Days and BFP seem to do a story about it every summer that just brings more people here that don't have a clue of where to park when they get here so they just park anywhere.This papers home town has organizations that send vans full of kids out here to swim when Burlington has many places available that are much safer.

Posted by dagvtr on 08/19/2015 at 6:28 PM

Re: “Sparkling Champagne & Wine Bar

Not only did we get a delicious bottle of bubbly, but we learned so much from Nancy the proprietress about sparkling wines. Lovely historic house setting, elegant and laid-back at the same time: to sum up, a great experience!

Posted by Kevin Unrath on 08/19/2015 at 9:18 AM

Re: “Positive Pie (Hardwick)

Our lunch was very disappointing. Burger ordered medium was dry and overcooked and though we requested no aioli, it was served with aioli. Salad contained rotting tomatoes and too much dressing, pulled pork sandwich (scanty on the filling) contained several hard, old dried-out french fries that must have fallen in somewhere along the way. (When we pointed this out, nothing was done to adjust our bill.) The french fries that came with the burger were delicious, however. Service was poor: we had to ask for cutlery, cream for coffee, and napkins, it took the waitress a long time to even bring us our drinks, even longer to bring our meals. We won't return to this place.

Posted by technofool on 08/17/2015 at 9:46 AM

Re: “Absolute Wellness Healing Spa

This is the most beautiful spa I've been to. I've been to all of them in the Burlington area, thanks to my hubby giving me gift certificates. As soon as I walked in this spa, they had me at 'Hello.' The soothing sounds, natural lighting and spacious lounge was so inviting, I felt right at home, like I had entered a peaceful sanctuary. The aura from the staff is even warm and calming and their attentive customer service is always welcoming. Try out the sonic vibration and the anti-gravity before your massage. It helps my muscles relax and loosen up before my services even start. The therapists are mind blowing. Period. I've had Donnie, Sarah and Nancy so far for hot stone, deep muscle massage, body scrubs and wraps. They're all fantastic. So amazing, I recommend this place to everyone I know. And I'm getting my parents to go here for their aching backs/painful muscles for a couples massage. They also offer amazing facials - my skin glows for weeks afterwards. And the Brazilian wax services with Jackie is absolutely the best in town. Her waxing is quick and painless - and very thorough. I've never had to do any at-home post wax grooming with Brazilians done with her. Their affordable spa membership and waxing packages make this little habit possible for me continue monthly.

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Posted by Abigail P on 08/09/2015 at 7:59 AM

Re: “Peacham Café

Duly noted, Crystal; we've updated our listing to reflect those hours. If the changes are not showing up, just refresh the page. Thank you!

Posted by Hannah Palmer Egan on 08/06/2015 at 4:59 PM

Re: “Peacham Café

We are actually CLOSED MON., TUES. & WED. and OPEN THURS.-SAT. 7 a.m. to 2 p.m. and SUNDAY for brunch 10 a.m. to 1 p.m.

Posted by Crystal Zevon on 08/06/2015 at 4:48 PM

Re: “Pine Computers

What's most important in a computer repair company? Honesty? Professionalism? Courtesy? Fair prices? The ability to actually fix your computer?

How about a place that offers none of those?

I brought my laptop in to be checked out because it was periodically seizing up, for no apparent reason. I agreed to a $49 diagnosis charge and was assured they wouldn't do anything more without calling me.

After a couple of weeks and having to go in in person just to show them the problem again (they said they couldn't reproduce it), they finally called and said they couldn't fix it. I went to pick it up, and to my amazement, they had done some Windows updates and were charging me $100. I pointed out that we had established when I first brought it in that it couldn't be Windows and demanded they undo it and give me my money back. They placated me with an assurance that their work was "guaranteed" and that they'd certainly give me my money back if the fix was no good.

And the fix was no good—just like their word, it turns out, because when I contacted them for my refund, first they ignored me, then they e-mailed me a short, counterfactual account of events that they wrapped up by saying " We will not be offering a refund, and consider this matter closed."

I don't expect they'll be able to fix every problem, but I do expect them to live up to their word. Please, never go here. If it's an easy problem, they might be able to fix it, but apparently when the going gets rough, they charge you without your permission and then lie about it. NOT recommended.

Posted by Luc Reid on 08/03/2015 at 2:15 PM

Re: “Phantom

Wow, what a fantastic meal tonight at Phantom in Waitsfield. We ordered three small plates ("cold side" on the menu) and two main courses ("hot side), and could not resist dessert. Every bite of each course was extraordinary. the server told us the menu changes on a regular basis (lots of local ingredients) so no point in telling you what we ate. We will pass the word on to our friends, and we'll be back, over and over again!

Posted by Rebecca Hanna Ryan on 07/25/2015 at 8:57 PM

Re: “Mélange On Main

I love this place. The ever changing stock is a treat for the eye. Prices range from affordable and fun accent pieces to heirloom (but not stuffy) furniture that future generations will fight over. Melange also carries Annie Sloan Chalk Paint, and offers samples, classes, and inspiration so you can create your own one of a kind treasure.

Posted by Joanne Heidkamp on 07/21/2015 at 3:24 PM

Re: “Maynard's Snack Bar

I have been going since I was a child they have the best hamburgers and fries. A little pricey but well worth it. if you have room for ice cream the maple cream is are the best.

Posted by cassidy751 on 07/19/2015 at 5:03 PM

Re: “McGillicuddy's Irish Ale House

OMG, we tried the food at the colchester location. wasted 80.0 bucks on bad artichoke dip and philly cheese steak sandwich. Don't go here hungry you will be sorely disappointed!
HIRE A NEW COOK STAFF....
We will NEVER eat there again.

Posted by Dean Drawdy on 07/18/2015 at 9:47 AM

Re: “Hatchet Tap and Table

Great opening night. Short rib sloppy joe was awesome!

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Posted by Robert Gagliardi on 07/15/2015 at 7:07 PM

Re: “Vermont Pub & Brewery

I have not eaten at VTP&B but I have tried a variety of their beers on two separate occasions. Both times I was left wanting. I'm not a professional beer reviewer, but I am not impressed with their beer. They have some very strange flavors. Every beer I tried seemed flat.......with very little carbonation. The first time I thought maybe it was a bad keg, but a year later.....it's all still the same. Flat beer, lacking any real complexity. They are very creative with the different flavors and varieties, but none of them hit a home run with me. I really wanted to love it, as it was off of Church St. and I could actually smoke a cigar on their deck, but after trying 4 different offerings, I found myself yearning for a plain old Switchback.

Posted by VT Outdoorsman on 07/15/2015 at 2:16 PM

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