We really enjoyed the homemade corned beef hash, and the gluten free toast! I had a skillet made with broccoli, ham and Vermont Chedder that was scrumptious.
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We stopped here for dinner on a Friday evening and were seated promptly. Service was good and the food is what one would expect of a small town restaurant. Nothing bad, nothing fancy, pretty much old fashioned comfort food.
This was a place to eat years ago. Same owner different mngr. The service was sluggish the food was not so great, compared to years ago. we have had a home in the area for many years and have found the food has really dropped...More
We ordered take out as it has more of a feel of a bar than a family restaurant. The food we sampled was mostly very good. We had the spaghetti and meat balls. The meat balls had great seasoning and the helping of noodles and...More
We ate here on a sunny day, not quite noon. Ate outside to watch the traffic coming around the bend in town! Great french fries-cut right there and hot!! We prefer uncoated, fresh potatoes, which these are!! Easy to chat up the wait staff and...More
Our meal was pretty basic (shrimp scampi and pasta and veggies). The pasta and veggies were kind of flavorless though the scampi was tasty. We also had three drinks (beer/wine) and one dessert. The bill was about $60 which seems steep for what we actually...More
Food was delicious, service was great. Just seemed a bit pricey for what we ate. My husband had shrimp scampi and I had the light fare veggies & pasta. We also had three drinks (beer/wine) and dessert. Bill was about $30 per person which seemed...More
The food is excellent, we go every year to vermont and always eat at Sully's , it is a tradtion. The food comes out slow but we dont mind. The service is great and the atmosphere is great