We've often enjoyed lunch at Bryant House on our visits to what I call the Vermont Crunchy Store, and this year's visit definitely kept a good thing going. My pot roast was terrific, as was Madame's open-face turkey sandwich; he also enjoyed the wines, available by the glass at really good prices. Service, on a very busy Thursday, was friendly and reasonably quick, and the bar room (where we usually end up) is a pleasant venue with its old-style dark wood paneling (moved from another old house, and a perfect fit, we're told). There are also rooms upstairs where you can look over some classic old New England furniture.
Bryant House is quite popular, particularly in the summer, so it's a good idea to put your name and preferred time in early. They don't do reservations for specific times, as such, but will get you seated within a few minutes of what you've asked for; at least, the arrangement has always worked for us. Parking is plentiful in the VCS lots. All varieties of credit cards are accepted as well.
Bryant House is a wonderful slice of old Vermont, and even if you've got to wait a while, you'll be glad you stopped in.
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