There is a lot of dough in everything a bit heavy. The bread isn't as good as other local options. But the noisy atmosphere was good for my loud kids.
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Had reuben and it was good. Small eating area. Good selection to pick from. It was recommended to us by a local.
Amy’s Bakery Arts Café, a popular spot in downtown Brattleboro, has a somewhat misleading name. Sure, it features baked goods – cheesecakes, baguettes, bear claws, scones, and dozens of other items. But it also serves made-from-scratch soups, sandwiches and savories, and interesting tea and coffee...More
Amy's is always reliable with something for everyone. I especially like all their gluten-free options, but my friends say that the "regular" menu items are wonderful as well! I don't live in Vermont but eat at Amy's whenever I am in or passing through Brattleboro.
Amy's continues to offer good sandwiches, baked goods and soups/salads for breakfast and lunch in Brattleboro. The classic avocado with chicken or tuna salad is wonderful. The daily soups are great. The seating is not always available or clean but with the space, they do...More
There's not too much open on an early Saturday morning in downtown Brattleboro, but this friendly bakery met the need. Nice cup of coffee, cinnamon bun, and view out the back of the Connecticut River and Wantastiquet Mountain across in New Hampshire (worth a climb...More
We stopped here on the way to Lake Winnepasakke and then again on the way back. That's how much we liked the food. This is a great sandwich soup and sweets place. Loved if
This is a great downtown Brattleboro bakery and lunch place. Food is always good. Great staff. A winner every time.