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I have been visiting my friend in southern Vermont for several years now and have been hearing all about SoLo Farm and Table as an amazing farm to table restaurant. We finally made it work where we could go while visiting. I have to say...More
We live in France and were told many good things about this restaurant. Partly the praise is justified since it is located in a lovely historical home. The decoration is sober and very elegant. The surrounding gardens are a delight but where things get complicated...More
This week was our second visit to SOLO. Our first visit was so memorable that we planned this stay around reservation availability at SOLO. We stayed at the Grafton Inn where we honeymooned 43 years ago. It's a short drive over good dirt to the...More
I am not exaggerating by saying that this is my all-time favorite restaurant.
There are absolutely no details that are overlooked during the preparation, presentation, and service of the SoLo's food creations.
We savored every single bite - from the home made butter and freshly...More
Overall, the experience was lacking for the expectation. The ingredients and techniques are meant to impress,but the actual food was not up to the goal. We could start with the tap water. I live in VT full time and have well water, but there was...More
This is the best restaurant in a 30 mile radius. The owners/chef have created a unique dining experience in the middle of nowhere. Truly farm to table, they grow many of their ingredients, esp the tomatoes used in their brilliant tomato salad as well as...More
Beautiful venue, albeit slightly on the rustic side, but this is a small town in Vermont so it works. Service was excellent and the food was as well with one exception. We had the dry-aged bone-in rib-eye. This entree alone was $150. It was delicious,...More
The food, the service, and the ambience are great in this place. They tend to a wood-burning fireplace just off the bar where my husband and I sat. The bar is quite small but lovely, and it accommodates about nine people. The bartender is an...More
Since there were 7 of us, we were seated in a private room.
The decor was quaint but lovely.
We started with freshly baked bread served on rustic platters that were made by an employee!
They have a large wine selection and we settled for...More
From the food to the service to the wine selection, and the lovely decor, this is a special restaurant. The chef is Spanish and offers some tapas reminiscent of Barcelona and Madrid (the only Spanish cities I've yet visited) but also features farm-to-table (the menu...More
Response from jeannegnuse | Reviewed this property |
The owner had been the wine steward at Per Se. Their wine list is fantastic. The also serve some wonder and very original cocktails and that menu is always being updated. Enjoy you visit but save me a seat the next time I... More
The owner had been the wine steward at Per Se. Their wine list is fantastic. The also serve some wonder and very original cocktails and that menu is always being updated. Enjoy you visit but save me a seat the next time I am in Vermont.
Might depend on the age of your children. But I suggest you email or call the restaurant. It is owned and operated by a husband and wife couple with children of their own and who are very friendly and approachable.