Had some negatives but on whole a good meal and comfortable seating.
Surprised not many photos. Contributed one.
In Weston (Vt,) on Rte 100. Good place to eat before/after going the the Playhouse. (If you haven't planned to include the Playhouse in the schedule, try to do so ... has plays, concerts & musicals.)
Walking in Weston is great. Diagonal across the street is the famous Vt Country Store.
It's Labor Day Saturday, surprised the Inn wasn't crowded for dinner.
Wished the owner (host) was a little less so-serious, but that's my personal issue.
The carrot ginger soup was delicious and a good amt.
Dates wrap by prosciutto was very flavorful but only 2. For their cost ($10) expected 3 or 4.
Had pork tenderloin w/potatos & carrots. and Weston burger (no bun) w/carrots. For an Executive Chef thought the plate presentation was weak. Everything was cooked as ordered but nothing special about the arrangements on the plate. (My Army Mess Sgt w/do the same.)
Had fruit tart for desert. Asked the waitress 3 times to heat it a little. Nope didn't happen. Bit cool but still very good.
A selection of wines. 2 dinning areas both quaint and comfortable.
Piano music; name George, plays Show tones: you can ask. Wish it a we-bit not so loud but no it didn't affect ambience.
Not normal, but had to wait-wait (20mins) for bill to be processed. Waitress just forget due to slow night.
Traditional country meal in cozy dining environment with Vt decor.
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