It is a tiny place. The kitchen is right next to the dining area and I'd say it seats about 20 people.
It is probably in the top 5 meals I've had in my life. Two were in Brattleboro. I don't know why meals in Boston and New York city aren't comparing but it's true.
How do you make mashed potatoes so amazing? It wasn't MORE seasoning, etc. It was like someone picked a place in Vermont. The perfect field next to a crystal clear river and when the moon was waning, planted a seed potato. The farmer then checked on it everyday. Two times. At the perfect moment he called the chef. The chef went over and picked up these potatoes in a basket lined in a gingham kerchief and cooked them for me that night. I just don't get how you make mashed potatoes taste like something I want to drive a couple hours for.
The restaurant is intimate enough so you can hear each person's response when they take a bite. There is a lot of "Oh my god"s and "Amazing"s.
Each dish is carefully prepared. When your salad takes a little while you don't feel impatient since you are watching them prepare it with care right in front of you.
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