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4.5 based on 267 reviews
Full Service French Inspired Bistro. Serving Cuisine inspired by the season. Proudly sourcing local ingredients and minimally manipulating them to allow them to shine as they are.
My wife and I stopped here on our way to Vermont. My wife had fond memories from a visit a few years ago and wanted to go back. Neither of us was disappointed. I had an omelette and salad and she had a croque monsieur with pommes frites. Both were excellent. As was the desert - chocolate, of course. (In case you don't know, the restaurant adjoins the originals Burdick's chocolate store. You can also eat in the chocolate store, which is more casual.) If you happen to be in the area, this is definitely worth a stop for lunch or dinner.
4.5 based on 22 reviews
This is a great little produce stand with a counter with fresh made sandwiches, sides, pizza, desserts , etc. We wanted something quick to eat while traveling down 91 but didn't want fast food. This popped up as an option on TripAdvisor and we were so glad it did. Fresh really tasty food to go and prompt friendly service. They had lots of pretty plants and flowers too. A little pricy but well worth it for the quality and convenience. If you go through at the right time of year like we were lucky to, definitely try some of their fresh cider too. Definitely recommended it.
4.5 based on 37 reviews
Nothing better anywhere!! If you love ice cream you will LOVE theirs. I am not a big ice cream lover but this IS the best around.
4.5 based on 27 reviews
This farm stand sells excellent local produce, and also includes a cafe for breakfast and lunch. The home baked goods are delicious - especially the chocolate chip-cranberry oatmeal cookies. The tomatoes, squash, and radishes were excellent. We also like their homemade salsa and bought some jars as gifts. Friendly service.
4.5 based on 128 reviews
Popolo serves Italian-inspired farm-to-table cuisine in a casual setting at the Windham Hotel in Bellows Falls. We work to create a varied, affordable menu using mostly locally-sourced ingredients and an exciting drink and wine list. We also promote a wide variety of events including concerts, movies, and parties. The menu of food and conversation is ever-changing as Chef John-Michael Maciejewski's untethered imagination presents dining specials almost every day and night.
Another wonderful meal here on a quiet Thursday night.The blue cheese salad was fresh and delicious. I had the large 'simple' i.e. four cheese pizza with pepperoni and mushrooms, really an interesting cheese taste, tangy and complex (I realize this sounds like a wine review) much more interesting and tasty than a standard pizza. My wife had the risotto special which was grand and a glass of the sangria. I had a soda and we both had coffee. The bill for all of this was 80.02 including the Living Wage Adjustment.
Our friend had the hamburger, it was really large with a large side of fries.
I ended up only eating 5/8ths of the pizza and my friend had the entire burger but could only have about half the fries. We both have hearty appetites so be advised if you have a light appetite and order either of these entrees you will be taking some home.
The service was prompt, professional and attentive.
This is a great restaurant for when you want a very tasty meal at reasonable prices.
4 based on 5 reviews
Well, this IS a Dunkin' Donuts, so the food, coffee, etc. are cookie-cutter consistent with ever other Dunkin. About the only thing that makes one better than another is the service, and here it can be very spotty indeed. Too often I've popped in and found that the staff are more interested in arguing with each other, or catching up on the news with friends, and not on keeping the line moving and meeting cutomer needs. There's a Dunkin in nearby Bellows Falls, and another embedded in a large gas station complex just north of Walpole, NH. Both offer better, happier, more customer-oriented service.
4 based on 34 reviews
I absolutely love the soft serve selections and multitude of options offered here. So much so that I decided to consider trying the non-ice cream-related foods on their menu, which was pretty diverse and appealing. I quickly learned that you have to be careful what you order and eat here... the hamburgers are cheap, tiny, pre-made patties and are not filling. The corn dog I got looked and smelled spoiled/rotten (thank god I bit the corn meal off to check the hot dog before biting it). Can't speak to the rest of the food, but I'm pretty nervous to go outside their ice cream menu now.
4.5 based on 16 reviews
The Flat Iron Exchange is the downtown coffeehouse in Bellows Falls that strives to be a creative hub for the community. Open from 6a-9p, 7 days a week, serving coffee, espresso drinks, hot chocolate and teas. Baked goods are delivered fresh from local home bakers: cookies, brownies, coffee cakes, savory breads, and special treats. Live music and art gallery showcase local talent.
Here is a wonderful place to sit with friends for coffee and great pastries in a cozy relaxed atmosphere. Comfy seating, and tables to doing a bit of work or catching up on email.
3.5 based on 2 reviews
There is no drive thru so you have to go into the store to access it. The donuts are great in the early morning only.
4.5 based on 5 reviews
A casual, homey barbecue "joint" serving the best in dry rubbed Pulled Pork, Brisket, Ribs, and Chicken. Relax and enjoy the food listening to blues, bluegrass, and country music. Serving world-famous cheesecakes as a dessert offering.
Staff: Extremely personable and willing to answer all of my questions.
There was no waiting period, and when life happened in the form of a flat tire, they even called us to let us know food was ready.
Food: the two guys had brisket and potato salad, which both agree was very good. I had the mac and cheese and it was good, but small portion and no cracker topping!
It was roughly $13 per person for food. The honey butter and corn bread were good.
Overall, happy we tried it.
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