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Comment Archives: Locations

Re: “The Blue Stone

My wife and I enjoy going to Piecaso in Stowe, but it can get pretty crowded and the pizza menu never really changes. We discovered Blue Stone and have been eating there every since. Firstly, the have their regular pizzas and then there are the creative black board specials. The combinations are off the wall and very good! I also recently discovered their Vanilla Old Fashion cocktail, it is extremely well prepared and a must have if you drink whiskey. If you like great pizza, when in or near to Waterbury, Blue Stone is not to be missed!!

Posted by Ed N Flo Bouloy on 10/28/2014 at 5:38 PM

Re: “Bayview Eats

MY husband and I decided to try BE for the first time last evening. He ordered the pulled pork, which came with rice and beans. He really enjoyed it. I ordered the chicken and biscuits, which would have been quite good, except there was absolutely NO chicken in it. None. Zero. Nada. Whenever I have ordered C&B at any other restaurant, it is always loaded with meat. I am not exaggerating when I say there was no meat in this entree. The waitress DID take the cost of the entree off our check, which only seemed fair. The servings are on the small side. If you're extremely hungry, this isn't the place for you. Not sure if we'll return in the future. IF we do, it will be for brunch or lunch. Not dinner.

Posted by luvhomecookin on 10/25/2014 at 6:09 AM

Re: “Positive Pie (Montpelier)

UNBELIEVABLY BAD. They were doing so well for months and months... then- KABOOM it all came tumbling down. Still decent slices at noontime, although the long line is not because the pizza is so good, but because the service is sloooooooooooooooooooooooo. If you order a pizza at night, however, chances are that you wont be able to eat it. They have no idea at all how to make their signature pies anymore, and if they think that the customers wont know the difference between mozzarella cheese and whey (which is what they now use on their pies)... well good luck! Every bite of pizza ended up as a tough hunk of waxy whey that had to be spit out. Shame on Positive Pie! Last time I was there at night I noticed that no one was having pizza... everyone was eating sandwiches. Makes sense.

Posted by debunker on 10/23/2014 at 2:52 PM

Re: “Patricia's Restaurant, a.k.a. Sully's Place

Four Tennesseeans, touring Vermont on bicycles, landed at Sully's one evening in early October. Patrons enthusiastically greeted us and asked about our exploits. The food was truly amazing...cheese spread, salad, vegetables, venison, haddock...every item was delectable! In fact, the meal might have been the finest we enjoyed on the entire trip! My olnly regret was that I didn't have room for dessert!

Posted by Randall Allen Gilmore on 10/17/2014 at 8:40 PM

Re: “Tilt Classic Arcade and Ale House

From the menu and beer selection, it is easy to tell that these guys decided to do it right. The game selection is great and only getting better with recent additions.

Posted by GNote on 10/13/2014 at 2:36 PM

Re: “Grazers

The food was okay. Nothing original and nothing I would go back for. Also completely shocked by the "head chefs" lack of professionalism when asking about the food for my 22 month old son's peanut allergy. He couldn't have been more annoyed. I wouldn't recommend this place for children or families.

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Posted by vermontmom29 on 10/10/2014 at 8:04 PM

Re: “Peacham Café

When Ms Zevon ran LACE she pretty much ruined the whole thing for local farmers. Keeping on about her dead dad does nothing to disguise the real problem - Ariel herself. My wife's organization , based in Barre and consisting of around 17 employees, really wanted to support the place but PLEASE and THANK YOU were not in Ariel's vocabulary and they stopped their staff meeting lunches there.

The Peacham location will fail unless Arial gets a personality and stops feeling that her father gives her some sort of hip menu that we should all flock to.

Posted by Russell Martin on 10/09/2014 at 9:09 PM

Re: “Zollikofer Gallery at Hotel Coolidge

With so few full-fledged galleries left in the Upper Valley, it is wonderful for us to have alternative spaces as great as this one to exhibit our work. Kudos to Peggy Adams at The Coolidge Hotel for having held over 100 shows at this great space in the up and coming arts community, White River Junction, VT.

Posted by Deborah Frankel Reese on 10/04/2014 at 11:24 AM

Re: “Dylan's Café

I eat lunch at Dylan's Cafe regularly. By regularly I mean I eat there once or twice a month so I am there enough to see a level of consistency in both food and service.

The menu is fresh and there is enough variety to keep even a regular like me still interested. The "specials board" always has something interesting.

Nearly every meal I have had has been excellent. Again consistency is important. The burger's are delicious. I like mine medium rare and it ALWAYS comes out that way. The Dylan's Turkey is another favorite of mine, as is the French Onion soup.

This is a great local place and I would encourage you to give it a try.

Posted by Jeffrey A. Pierpont on 10/01/2014 at 2:12 PM

Re: “Sushi Yoshi (Stowe)

I love this place! Food is excellent, staff friendly and knowledgeable, the atmosphere is perfect - especially the new outdoor patio juts off the Stowe Rec path. We sometimes drop by for a quick drink (free wings 3-6pm), or use the Good Guy Card for 1/2 price on most things on the menu all day Monday and until 6pm on weekdays. A perfect addition to the Stowe's restaurant scene, a place where the locals like to hang out with or without the kids!

Posted by pasqually on 10/01/2014 at 7:37 AM

Re: “Morse Block Deli

Open Sundays now. Yummy food.

Posted by montpelier28 on 09/25/2014 at 12:01 PM

Re: “Cuzzin's Nightclub

This is funny, Cuzzin's been gone at least 10 years and I think more than that. Funny.

Posted by montpelier28 on 09/25/2014 at 12:00 PM

Re: “Studio Place Arts

All the shows at SPA are great but my favorite every year, this one is the stonework shows. This one is, as always, beautiful. So nice to have this studio in downtown Barre. I'm going again.

Posted by montpelier28 on 09/25/2014 at 11:57 AM

Re: “3 Squares Café

Checked these guys out for lunch on our first visit to explore Vergennes. What a gem! Great specials, cool vibe all around. We really enjoyed to casual community style to dining area. We didnt find a whole lot to do in town but 3 Squares will be a reason to come back and keep looking.

Posted by greg1st on 09/25/2014 at 11:53 AM

Re: “The Lobby

Came here by accident the day after they launched their new fall menu. We had the best time! After a truly taxing day all we wanted was a decent dinner out and a cocktail. The room is very cool, loved the multiple levels and unique fixtures. The service was spot on. Our server was very pleasant was clearly excited about their new menu. The food... oh my the food! We shared everything as usual. The bratwurst raviolis and mussells appetizer were enough to make me forget the day we'd had. Then we had the pork burger and the haddock entree. If i had to pick a favorite i couldn't. The little bit of heat in the haddock broth was spot on and the fish was cooked perfectly. The pork burger may have ruined me for other burgers. Crispy pork belly on a local pork patty. Cant wait to go back and explore more of the menu

Posted by greg1st on 09/25/2014 at 11:49 AM

Re: “The Gryphon

Loved the food! Sat at the bar and had seafood chowder and burgers. The bartender was friendly and made great drinks.Great place to hang out. So happy it opened before the cold winter. Will be spending many evenings there!

Posted by Turntable on 09/23/2014 at 3:13 PM

Re: “The Parker Pie Co.

Epic beer selection, the best pizza I've had anywhere, much less in Vermont. Great atmosphere and people. Can get crowded on busy nights, but that's just because it's so darn good.

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Posted by Mike Moffit on 09/21/2014 at 8:29 AM

Re: “Juniper

Spectacular Cocktails! So special and yummy, sat outside on the rooftop deck overlooking the city, the stars were out and a warm wind greeted us as we enjoyed the Farmer's Martini- really exceptional. NOT cheap but if you're feeling for a treat it's well worth it!

Posted by Loves2Dine on 09/11/2014 at 2:21 PM

Re: “Lost Nation Brewing

Lost Nation is great! We've been several times and have been greeted with warmth and enthusiasm! Fantastic beer and eats if you're looking for a casual dining experience and local, tasty food. Outside patio seating is very cool in the summer, great grilled mussels, surf & turf tacos were a special the last time we were there and they were outstanding! A really nice addition to Motown!

Posted by Loves2Dine on 09/11/2014 at 2:17 PM

Re: “Bleu Northeast Seafood

We dined at Bleu on Friday, Sept 5th. Our party of 4 enjoyed fantastic appetizers: fresh oysters, foie gras, the chowder (which was amazing) and the grilled squid. The cocktails were lovely and special- very nice drink menu, live music, we did not find it to be loud- perhaps b/c we were having too much fun and were in fact, the loud ones? Entrees were beyond reproach- pan seared Red fish over risotto- yum! Fabulous mushroom Pappardelle - by far the best entrée in my opinion, cedar plank salmon and pan seared scallops over lentils- all absolutely delish! Very nice service as well. No complaints, great view, comfy table and overall a fantastic meal- I would give it 4 1/2 stars if I was able to do so!

Posted by Loves2Dine on 09/11/2014 at 2:14 PM

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