Arrived just after opening on a Sunday, 11:30. iMap got us there directly, although doubts crept in as the restaurant is through a little used viaduct. Simple food menu-several burgers, with a daily special of garlic scape pesto and fresh local mozerella, fries (daily special was parmesean truffle), great vinegary pickles, two fresh desserts. Service is order your own from friendly, colorful menu boards. Exposed beam main room, good sized bar, some inside seats, covered porch with several four-tops. Small tables and chairs in an interesting rustic meets industrial school/patio furniture style. Large hyper-local beer and cider selection. If you're going cheap - pass on the drinks and use the great condiment bar with cold water dispenser. Burgers 6-7 bucks, lemonade $3. Food was to the last bite good, but...We had to wait a bit too long for food to come ready as staff was not at full strength at opening. Medium burger cooked to very well. Fries seemed like the bottom of yesterday's freezer bucket - pinkie knuckle sized and overcooked. "Sold out" of tomatoes for burger. Happy, healthy summer Vermont crowd filled the small ordering/bar/condiment area by 12:00. Felt like one less degree of separation or a few weeks away from the height of summer would have brought out the friendliness in staff more. I think if we went back, we'd have a cinco circle meal.
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