Reviews on Deli food in Plymouth, Vermont, United States. Plymouth is a town in Windsor County, Vermont, United States. The population was 619 at the 2010 census. Calvin Coolidge, the 30th President of the United States, was born and reared in Plymouth and is buried there as well. The State of Vermont Division for Historic Preservation owns and maintains the Coolidge Homestead and the village of Plymouth Notch.
Things to do in Plymouth
Sometimes you can get things wrong. Very wrong. We were travelling from Lake Placid to Woodstock in Vermont. We wanted a special restaurant off the beat and track to stop off at en-route. We found this one using Google. Their website showed a succulent dish highlighted by a black background and backlit by a well positioned glass of wine radiating a fresh golden color. A beautiful photograph of what appeared to be a delicately crafted meal and the title of âDining at 4241â followed by âSeasonal menus and stunning viewsâ. We knew we had to ascend in a gondola beforehand and although the additional $76 for my wife, son, and I was a little shock we were encouraged by the lift attendants who definitely led us to believe that we were about to experience something special in the culinary department. By now we were expecting an aspiring Gordon Ramsey or Heston Blumenthal creating something special. Instead it was a self service grill with a sweaty chef call âSquirrelâ. In fact this caused so much jocularity in the family that we were certainly happy by the end. Squirrel was definitely not capable of making what was in the photograph. He could not even ladle a small bowl of soup without spilling it everywhere. The view was to die for (hence two stars not one). Ernst Stavro Blofelt would have comfortably stroked his white cat up here. However, the atmosphere was no that of a special dining experience but what it was, a self-service grill/cafÃ© at the top of a gondola. Full marks to the marketing team that persuaded us to visit but not going to score very well on TripAdvisor if the expectations far exceed what it really is. Extra hot of gondola ride makes it more expensive.
I really like this place. It's a dated lodge pretty close to the base of killington. It's a lodge, so it's got a common area showing ski movies, a big fireplace, a small cozy bar area and restaurant. Room was fine, clean and comfortable. It's not the ritz, but it's a good choice if you are looking for a simple place to stay a few days. John the front desk guy/ bartender/ all around helper is a gem and we enjoyed his company for a few minutes with the best gin and tonic around! Breakfast was included with ice cold juices and hot coffee. We would give it a better score but it could use a cosmetic overhaul. The place is in good shape for older furnishings. Staff was friendly and helpful. We will be back.
4 based on 129 reviews
One of my favorite grab and go locations. You can order sandwiches made to order or you can grab something from the ready made counter. I love the deviled eggs. Whether you want a sandwich, a frozen dinner option, a bottle of wine, or some syrup for breakfast; don't overlook the village butcher. It is unassuming and small, but packed full of good options.
4 based on 40 reviews
The Killington Deli and Marketplace, established in 1985, has proudly been serving customers fresh and quality products for 30 years. We are a family owned and operated full service deli, convenient market, gas station, and the only VT Liquor Outlet in Ki
Just visited during January 2018, they really have everything from beer, to sandwiches, to all kinds of chips and salsa, to pre made pasta salad. Basically it a small totally stocked grocery store like Safeway but alot smaller, it has everything you need. Plenty of parking, clean store
4 based on 217 reviews
Have been going to Gills for years!!! Their grinders are excellent! When stationed in Germany in 1975 my sister visited us & brought my favorite grinder from Gills!!!! I would recommend anyone to go there! You have your day in how you like your grinder made!!!
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