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Re: “Sunset Grille & Tap Room

Real BBQ! Hard to find in the Northeast but the pulled pork and smoked brisket are authentic and delicious! Atmosphere is casual, staff is ultra friendly and the food is delicious!

Posted by South St. Diva on 12/08/2017 at 11:56 AM

Re: “Bristol Falls

Found the falls in the spring of 1961 and used to take the family until we moved to Montreal in '69. After that we always swam there when we were in Vermont in the summer. My daughter jumped in from the rock just above the falls when she was 5.

Once swam with my brother-in-law 45 minutes after a storm and the water was dark brown and roiling. We jumped in once and headed out; the spot where we got out which is normally 12" deep was over our knees. I have slides to show that.

Bartlett's Falls was always known as Lincoln Gap in our family.

Mike Henning
Grass Valley, CA

Posted by mfhenning on 11/28/2017 at 6:26 PM

Re: “The 77 Gallery

Could you please list your regular hours on your facebook page? Thank you!

Posted by Mischa Weisman on 11/22/2017 at 12:52 PM

Re: “Outdoor Gear Exchange

was a good customer until i was banned for allegedly attempting to steal a tent. A guy, with a san francisco demeanor, made me sign a paper stating that i was banned. He found me at the bus stop and talked condescendingly to me while i signed to never return to Outdoor Gear Exchange. I really liked the store. I spent hundreds of dollars on consignment sleeping bags and tents. The store became cut throat and apathetic. They wouldnt even consider my side of the story. Thanks anyways...


Excuse unedited grammar

Posted by Spiros Mavrudis on 11/07/2017 at 1:49 PM

Re: “The Pathways Vermont Community Center

Subsequent to the reopening, it was a good place to eat lunch and make art. They told me that i had 10 minutes to take a shower, which was fine. The thing is, two minutes into the shower, the staff would obnoxiously knock. This happened not once, but four times. It was as if they were doing it on purpose. I felt uncomfortable. I was harassed by the staff. That is why i opted to goto the Fletcher Free library. It was opened as an alternative place to the library, but has become quite hypocritical to their website's mission statement. I dont expect non profits to be perfect nor do i have standards. But i do expect a little professionalism and non bias. The place would have been a good place to do art during the winter. A good alternative to the public library.

Excuse my unedited grammar

Posted by Spiros Mavrudis on 11/07/2017 at 8:00 AM

Re: “Shed Happens

We have been taking our three year old Boxer Apollo to see Sara at Shed Happens for about two years now and this Five Star Review is long over due.

Apollo is a big,strong boy we can barely drag into the tub at home and if we show him a q-tip or nail clippers he bolts to the attic and hides.

For this reason, we thought we'd try a pro groomer, but figured it would be a stressful experience for him that probably wouldn't work out well.

We could NOT have been any more wrong ! When we pull up to Shed Happens Apollo gets so excited he spins in circles,barks and almost dislocates my shoulder while dragging me into the shop.

He lets them bathe him,clip his nails,clean his ears and they even brush his teeth.

Sara also recommended coconut oil for his dry,chapped nose from non stop licking and rubbing his flat face on his food bowl which has helped quite a bit.

Thank you ! We and Apollo definitely LOVE you ! Thanks for your kindness,compassion and for all you do !

If I had the option to leave "10" Stars I would gladly do so.

5 likes, 0 dislikes
Posted by Bob Anklin on 11/02/2017 at 6:12 PM

Re: “Roadhouse Studios

A wonderful display put on by Sherry Senior introducing her very talented artists!

Posted by Carolyn Brown on 10/25/2017 at 12:34 PM

Re: “Battery Park

My wife grew up in Burlington and has fond memories of walking hand in hand with her dad as she walked the wall facing Lake Champlain and he calmly guided her from the wide walk there. Over many years visits Ive enjoyed 4th of July fireworks, concerts, calm sunsets, and (once - smiles), a snow covered visit where I spotted a tiny snowman perched on one of the stone supports between sections of the wall. And Beansies of course has always been a treat :)

Posted by adanlerma on 10/21/2017 at 8:00 PM

Re: “Ken's Pizza and Pub

This place is absolutely disgusting. The whole time we were there eating there was about 10 flies flying around us. We told by the waitress that they were already aware and said it was just our booth. The manager was completely disrespectful and wouldn't even acknowledge the fact that it was absolutely disgusting and wouldn't take anything off the $35 bill. If you don't want to be repulsed while your eating your meal I definitely would suggest not going there.


Side note: Garlic bread was good (ate it after saving it from the flies)

Posted by Deborah Frankel on 10/16/2017 at 1:28 PM

Re: “Ken's Pizza and Pub

This place is absolutely disgusting. The whole time we were there eating there was about 10 flys flying around us. We told by the waitress that they were already aware and said it was just our booth. The manager was completely disrespectful and wouldn't even acknowledge the fact that it was absolutely disgusting and wouldn't take anything off the $35 bill. If you don't want to be repulsed while your eating your meal I definitely would suggest not going there.

Posted by Deborah Frankel on 10/16/2017 at 1:19 PM

Re: “Farmers & Foragers

Best food ever from wonderful owners. Food made with love!
It's beautiful and yummy!

Posted by Julie Martin Olson on 10/15/2017 at 6:10 PM

Re: “3rd Floor Gallery

Some very talented local artists (individually) have elected to display their work here. Great for the community!
RJ

Posted by RJ Benoit on 10/13/2017 at 7:47 AM

Re: “BEAU Butchery + Bar

Excellent butchery and restaurant

Posted by Ines Abdelnour on 10/10/2017 at 11:41 AM

Re: “Ainsworth Public Library

A great place to stop in and use their free computers. Happy people with a warm environment. They have a great kids section too with lots of toys. And library cards are free, no matter where you are from.

Posted by Sarah Snow on 10/06/2017 at 9:15 AM

Re: “Social Club & Lounge

I had a great time dancing at this upstairs club. It's LGBTQ-friendly, with a big dance floor and one of those big screens with remix music videos playing. I think it also has a pool table in a side room. The people I met there (staff and patrons) were friendly and fun.

Posted by KClarity on 09/29/2017 at 12:36 PM

Re: “Henry Sheldon Museum of Vermont History

I loved the exhibit, Ill be going back with my granddaughter,

Posted by Rodney Lowe on 09/26/2017 at 6:51 PM

Re: “Cajun’s Snack Bar

My family went there today and it was 2 hrs to wait for our food. The people that took order kept loosing other people's orders. I noticed that a lot of people that arrived way after us were getting their orders eating and leaving while we were waiting for our order still. We ordered 2 large fries, Velveeta mushroom burger and 2 small drinks 2 large drinks.. By the time we got our order everything was cold and soggy fries, drinks were warm with no ice and watered down. It was the worst today and we have been plenty of times before. If they continue to not do their jobs better, than I won't be back and no recommendations. The girl that my kids got ice cream from had laryngitis too.. So I hope my family doesn't get sick.

Posted by Georgia girl on 09/24/2017 at 7:03 PM

Re: “Premier Resellers

Seriously?! I bought a laptop from them and can't get in because of the password... I am sorry if this seriously happened.. Please call me to verify the password? 845-544-3682. $ mandy

Posted by MandyEaton on 09/18/2017 at 7:30 PM

Re: “Nepali Dumpling House

Delicious food prepared to order by a friendly staff. This is a small, family run operation. Definitely worth a visit (I keep coming back).

Posted by Mark Paulsen on 09/18/2017 at 9:18 AM

Re: “Blue Cat Steak & Wine Bar

My husband and I LOVE Blue Cat Bistro! Tucked in the alley at the intersection of College and St. Paul Streets, this intimate restaurant does "small" and does it well. While some of the tables feel a little close to each other, the ambience and general feeling of this charming dimly lit space brings us back again and again. Adding in the beautiful dark wood grain of the bar area, I always feel that it is the type of place that Ernest Hemingway would frequent! The serving staff is friendly and very accommodating. The food is outstanding both in preparation and presentation. Of note is that they are open seven days a week and serve dinner or lighter fare into the late hours, a nice option after attending a theater event. Did I mention free parking in the good size lot right on the corner? Yes, indeedy, this is a special place for an excellent and leisurely dinner evening.

Posted by pmacphe on 09/14/2017 at 4:48 PM

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