The place is rustic with a lot of history, but well kept and clean and with a traditional Vermont feel. They gave us a very private booth which was nice. Our waitress was very nice and helpful with suggestions. They usually require reservations but if you are seated prior to 6pm, they offer a fixed price menu for around $16 which is a pretty good deal and you don't need reservation. The meal included 2 cranberry/corn fritters with maple butter, warm bread, house or ceasar salad, entree, and a small dessert. Everything was very good to excellent. I had the Pork medallions and my girlfriend had the turkey with sausage gravy. The apple crisp dessert was so-so, and not very "crispy". Stick with the ice cream (I splurged the extra 75c for choc fudge). We also ordered the french onion soup with vermont cheddar as an extra appetizer to share. It was excellent. My only complaint is that it could have used more of that yummy vermont cheddar.
We liked the maple butter so much that we bought a jar to take back to Florida.
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