This was a neat dining establishment because the building is part of a huge estate, and it was the original barn used for making maple syrup. Inside the barn theres 3 floors of tables and chairs, an old kitchen for making candies, used now for the cash register and check handling, cooking kitchen, counter seating, and gifts and such. On the first floor theres a gift shop and main vat for producing maple syrup, the second floor is mainly for the dining facility, and the third floor is more seats for customers. The service was absolutely wonderful, however if you are trying to get a group in there (more then 2 people) you will have some waiting to do. Once seated, drinks came shortly, and then we ordered are food, about a 10 minute wait and our food came. I ordered two over easy eggs, wheat toast with butter, bacon, and homefries and everything was delicious - looked how it was supposed to look and tasted how it should. I say this because sometimes I order homefries and the potatoes are too hard, or too salty, too bland, or extra cripy (burnt). My mom ordered an egg white breakfast sandwich with canadian bacon and a slice of ham, she thought it was flavorful, and melt in your mouth tasty. We also ordered coffee, oj, and water with our meal, and all the plates appeared to be antique with fine lace paintings on them, it was just a cool restaurant.
For a breakfast sandwich and bacon, as well as two eggs homefries bacon toast, large oj and coffee our meal came out to be $19.49... I call that decent for Vermont.
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