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Let me just say I love Positive Pie! The new spot in Barre is as good as the Montpelier one! The pizza is awesome with good fresh ingredients. The fried brussel sprouts, yum with the dipping sauce. The salmon with fingerlings and asparagus dish, delicious!
They are doing a nice job and the new digs are great, rustic and spacious. The 1 criticism is that the portion of brussels were not consistent, I got a whole lot less the last time I was there then I did the first time. But I will try again :)
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we need Red Lobster back!
Same Old Story:
Once again we tried the Hilltop, hadnt been in a couple years. The prices have risen but the waitress's attention has not. We had to ask another waitress for butter for the table because ours was too busy on her iphone. The salad bar is always the saving grace of this place but still no sneeze guard. Will probably be another couple of years before we go again, just wish this area had more options.
Very Cozy and Cool
Found this on the http://restaurant.com/ list and it was about 1/2 hour away so I was psyched to try it. It is like someones house, with a mix of tables and couches. :) Next time I definitely want the couch. Sooo casual I just loved it, and its simplicity. The food was worthy, vegetable/mushroom soup and salmon small plate, both very fresh and delicious. Dinner was swordfish -most importantly, cooked how I asked for it, that's always a pleasant thing when I don't have to return my fish to be cooked through. The 2 dishes were presented nicely. My guy had a trout special, he ate it all but we usually share bites and I do not eat meat and I believe that there was bacon in the dish. Needless to say I was not happy with him but he claims he didn't realize. I had told our server that we dont eat meat when we had a chat after sitting down. She left though shortly after we got there and another took her place so in her defense, she didnt know that tidbit of info.I should have verified the ingredients, which I normally do but my guy isnt as strict as I am so it didnt bother him, he thought it was very tasty. The experience was a good one and hope to get back there sometime soon. Well done ladies :)
My boyfriend really likes this place so we went again after the 1st time that I decided it wasnt great. We had a pizza that was very good and of course wine. We have this special pizza we like with pesto,shrimp and mushrooms that they willingly made for us and it was delicious. A little tight on the toppings IMO but very good. We also can use our Restaurant.com gift once a month which is awesome. The place is cozy with a smaller room off the larger one for a little romance feeling :)
Let me start by saying I usually have good things to say about this place thats why it was so disappointing last night. 1st, no bread..their signature..which, by the way, is overloaded with oil and cheese, please put it on the side. 2nd, cobb salad with chicken instead of shrimp as ordered. (though they did hold the bacon, thankfully). 3rd, dressing was more mayo/honey than honey/mustard, it was not good. Service was brutally slow, with tables around us seated after and fed before we were. They were busy but they usually are and they were not on the game last night.
I have been here twice...I only eat seafood for meat..they have crab legs..and clams and salmon..shrimp..crab rangoons. they usually run out of the seafood and dont rush to replenish but all in all..very good for the price. No alcohol though.
Could be better
Ive been twice, the wait staff is friendly enough..the menu s very limited for someone who doesnt eat meat. The pizza is thin crust and tasty but they need more topping..like artichokes, shrimp, spinach, banana peppers....the veggie burger is pretty tasty. I was satisfied but wish they had a less fried, seafood friendly menu.
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