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Comment Archives: Locations: Arts & Entertainment

Re: “Chop Shop Hair Design

I have to say since I moved back to VT two years ago I have struggled to find a hair salon that I truly trust...Chop Shop is the first salon that has competent stylists that know how to color hair appropriately without frying your hair...These stylists know what they are doing...I bounced around between multiple ppl there and was never disappointed, now I go to Alicia who can give you a city quality cut/color with a BTV price:) I will never search for a salon again! I highly reccomend going there! Don't believe the negative reviews you see online, they're posted from people that don't understand what a coloring process takes!

Posted by WesnefSKI29 on 04/16/2015 at 8:15 PM

Re: “Eclipse Grange Theater

Old-time grange on beautiful Thetford Hill, this handsome building has been the hospitable home of the Parish Players collective since 1968. Wonderfully flexible for staging, with a large and rotating circle of excellent yet volunteer performers and technicians.

Posted by Jim Schley on 04/08/2015 at 11:27 PM

Re: “Red Square

Love this place

Posted by Sandrino on 02/19/2015 at 6:52 PM

Re: “Red Square

Honestly, the best bar in Burlington. Everyone ends up here and they have the most attractive clientele. I was there the night that DKent described. The dubstep DJ incident you mentioned was when that foolish DJ played some ridiculous dubstep on a Hoptronica night. He bumped off veterans "Bonjour Hi" for his silliness. The fault for your complaint wasn't the venues, but some arrogant, overrated who is over the hill. He also reminded me of Rob Zombie if RZ wasn't cool.

Posted by Sandrino on 02/19/2015 at 6:49 PM

Re: “Alburg Golf Links

Awesome lunches on their porch overlooking the lake.
Dinners Friday and Saturdays Sunday brunch.

Event site is great for weddings, tournaments, rehearsal dinners or family gatherings.

Posted by Kendrick Bellows on 02/10/2015 at 6:09 PM

Re: “Stearns Performance Space, Johnson State College

small and intimate, an overlooked gem

Posted by DeeBee on 01/21/2015 at 10:35 PM

Re: “Heartbeet Lifesharing

A life~sharing community laced with love, beauty, inspiration and support for the families and friends that share Heartbeet as home. Biodynamic farming allows for amazing animals, gardening and lots of work for all! Daily workshops....felting, painting, forestry, farm chores, milking cows, caring for pigs, goats, chickens, ponies, to name a few. Harvesting vegetables, canning, freezing and cold storage for winter crops, keep all respectful of the gift of our precious earth and each other.
Festivals abound, acknowledging many events that have been lost with busy times.
As the parent of an adult son living at Heartbeet for ten years, I truly could not design a more appropriate lifestyle. The community is heartwarming, and open to all.
Call ahead, join in for an awesome organic meal.

Posted by Annie Parker Brigham on 12/26/2014 at 6:40 PM

Re: “Energy Mill, Gristmill Builders

Thanks, Kelly! The address/contact change has been made.

Posted by Neel Tandan on 12/02/2014 at 10:45 AM

Re: “Energy Mill, Gristmill Builders

Just wanted to let anyone who is interested know that Gristmill Builders is now located in the Energy Mill which is located at 5430 Watebury Stowe Road, Waterbury Center VT 05677 with a phone number of 802-882-8410.

Posted by Kelly Gilderdale Ainsworth on 12/02/2014 at 10:37 AM

Re: “Canadian Club

Rutland Area? Really? That's confusing. And if I am not mistaken, the Canadian Club is between Barre and East Montpelier on Route 14. Way to check for accuracy, Seven Days.

Posted by greengordo on 11/30/2014 at 9:48 AM

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: “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: “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: “WalkOver Gallery & Concert Room

“If it doesn’t fit in the fry basket or on the grill you won’t find it here” Amy Vetters counter girl and daughter to one of the owners of the Hoagie Hut smartly replied as a customer jokingly asked to be rung up for a fruit, yogurt and granola plate.

And that has been the secret to the success of Brothers Gary and Jamie Vetters who will be celebrating 38 years in business this October. They put out a tasty, basic menu and give their customer more than ample servings for the money.

Serving up menu items like mixed Italian cold cut sandwiches, hamburgers, Montreal smoked meat sandwiches and the ever popular hot sausage plate no one ever leaves this place hungry.

Perhaps the single best sandwich value in Chittenden County is their steak hoagie special. Real shaved rib eye steak that is hand cut and then grilled with sweet onions, green peppers and held together with American cheese all mounded high on top of a locally produced Koffee Kup grinder roll. This is served with a mountain of steak fries and large fountain soda for the unheard of price of only $9.95.

Even Jillian Michaels could find a satisfying meal here. A selection of garden salads, chef’s salads, tuna salad and a Cajun chicken salad make a well rounded menu that will satisfy everyone’s desire for something good to eat.

On Sundays there is even a breakfast service that Chef Gary comes in especially for. Offering a selection of breakfast stand-bys to include omelets, eggs made your way and French toast. Be sure to get Gary’s special Sunday home fries. Red skin potatoes that are quartered, fried and spiced as only Gary can.

To all the demanding mothers out there, look for what might go unnoticed. Cleanliness is number one here. From customer tables that are cleaned between each service to ultra clean washrooms there is attention and execution to detail here. You’ll truly be able to feel relaxed and at ease when dining at the Hoagie Hut.

If your dining solo you’ll appreciate that the Hoagie Hut offers all the papers to their customers. In addition to the Free Press the NY Post and NY Daily News are all available. If you like the Yankees there will be plenty to talk about with owner Jamie Vetters, if not appreciate that he is a die-hard sports fan.

If you have any room left after one of the Hoagies Huts fabulous meals there is a selection of cakes from Madeleines Bakery of Milton VT offered. Cake selections are rotated regularly. This week’ choices were coconut cake, carrot cake and vanilla bean cake.

Judging from the trades’ people, families, landscape crews and other hungry folk that frequent the Hoagie Hut the Vetters brothers have gotten it right.

Located at 164 Porters Point Road in the strip mall directly across from the Sunset Drive In the Hoagie Hut is open Monday-Saturday 11-8 and Sundays from 8-4. Cash only. Phone 863 6655. Give them a try.

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Posted by Gerryyy on 09/04/2014 at 7:04 PM

Re: “Palmer's Sugarhouse

Fantastic, traditional Vermont fun during maple sugaring season.

Posted by Bill Alexander on 08/21/2014 at 10:52 AM

Re: “246 Blackbird Swale Drive

Don / Valley Stage do an amazing job bringing talent to Vermont and his intimate venue in Huntington. Don't miss out on this event, and if you have kids it's a great way to enjoy an afternoon of music, dancing, food and fun.

Posted by Keith DesRoches on 08/07/2014 at 4:28 PM

Re: “The Abbey Casino/Pavilion

Hey Folks ....Am Planning to Attend the. " Jammin For Jared " event .....really wondering about who Is playing ? Some reviews might also be Helpful for those thinking of going .......For me would just be nice to read a little about the Groups before I get there to experience them ..... It's also a Fact ....that the more Personal and Biographical information people have and know about an artist or a group .....the more connected they do feel to them .....this also equates to ....Increased Sales of their Art .....Music in this case ....!!!

Posted by Michael Hranek on 07/24/2014 at 6:59 PM

Re: “Sloane Mercantile

They got it all! Nice Artwork, Vintage Vinyl Records, Collectables, and a small but wonderful selection of home furniture.
Big friendly smiles from staff and owner guaranteed!

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Posted by Norbert Ender on 06/11/2014 at 12:38 PM

Re: “Darkroom Gallery

Great place to see and learn about photography

Posted by Thedark Room on 05/01/2014 at 11:56 AM

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