Discover the best restaurant in Lakeville, United States including The Woodland, Sweet William's Bakery, The White Hart, On The Run Coffee Shop, Harney & Sons Tea Shop & Tasting Room, Irving Farm, Mountainside Cafe, Toymakers Cafe, Mizza's, Country Bistro
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4.5 based on 209 reviews
People come a long way to eat at the Woodlands. They have the most varied menu in the region and it is all EXCELLENT! They have just about anything you could want in a fine restaurant including an amazing wine cellar. If you are in the area and want a great meal, try the Woodlands...but be smart and get a reservation.
5 based on 41 reviews
Coffee Shop, Bakery
Sweet William's Bakery hits all the right notes. The coffee and hot chocolate are delicious, and the cakes, buns, and assorted pastries are equally tasty with the perfect amount of decadence. The service and the feel are super friendly.
4 based on 148 reviews
The more casual Tap Room, open daily for lunch and dinner, offers elevated British-inspired comfort food, and is led by beloved British Chef Annie Wayte.
This feels like a home away from home stepping into the front door. There are different dining experiences under one roof. My favorite is the Tap Room, which features traditional and local standard menu items. The produce is obtained locally from area farms, as well as some of the meats. The tap room is popular, lively, great food and drink, welcoming atmosphere. Provisions - a cafe probably mostly designed for in house guests also has tasty and imaginiative options for breakfast and lunch.
4 based on 15 reviews
This place is great! The only problem is that this is a breakfast and lunch place only. But they do amazing breakfast sandwiches, good if you are On The Run!! Family friendly atmosphere, great for a good meal before a swim in the lake nearby.
4.5 based on 123 reviews
We so much enjoyed our visit to Harney & Sons Tea Shop and Tasting Room. Relaxed atmosphere. Small Tasting Room is in the back part of the Tea Shop. Big on creative meals and freshly brewed teas. Hearty lunch time choices: soups, salads, appetizers, hot and cold plates. We split a tea cheese sampler (tea cheeses broiled on crostini - wow!). I then had curry bowl while my friend had a 'Finn' - grilled cheddar on sourdough bread. Very satisfying, coupled with iced raspberry tea and my tea choice, apple cinnamon black tea, served in a small pot (2 teacups). What a great place to stop for a lunch that was anything but run of the mill!
4.5 based on 45 reviews
on our way Vermont- New York had a break that little cute town and somehow went into that caffee.
understand it is very popular, so many people coming and going to have rest, chat, caffees, eat somethink, believe it is the best og that little town
pleased to find that coffee where we stayed more than an hour
one think I forgot to ask the reason why written " coffee roasters" outside hanging table which you may see in my picture
4.5 based on 55 reviews
While maintaining its firm roots as a comfortable and casual restaurant, Mountainside Cafe's new Farm-to-Table menu highlights fresh seasonal ingredients from the community while including healthy updates to old favorites, introductions to new classics, and a selection of vegetarian options.
We stopped in here for lunch on a Saturday and all they offered all day was a brunch menu.
The good news was that they had many options for us to enjoy.
I had a buffalo chicken sandwich. It was grilled rather than fried which certainly made it a healthier option. The buffalo sauce was not the usual Frank's red hot but something a little darker in color and smokyer. It was quite tasty but not as spicy as I like.
The others in our party had the crabcake sandwich. The crabcake was very tasty and had a good mix between breadcrumbs and crab meat.
I would come here for lunch again next time I'm in the area.
4.5 based on 30 reviews
Toymakers Cafe is a quirky, unique little spot in the second smallest town in Connecticut. The food is outstanding, served in an unassuming storefront, decorated with homages to motorcycles and cars. (No surprise that bikers and hikers of the Appalachian Trail find their way here for a hearty meal). The biscuits and sausage gravy breakfast served with poached eggs ("we only make scrambled or poached here...") was fabulous, as are the waffles, served by Ma and cooked by Pa (not the proprietors real names -- more a nod to the heartwarming ambiance of the restaurant). What a great way to start the day! I erroneously referred to this restaurant as "The Toy Store" in a Trip Advisor review of the Falls Village Inn -- also a great spot right around the corner; my apologies to and enthusiastic endorsement of Toymakers Cafe!
4.5 based on 64 reviews
Dinner with friends on Sunday. This is my second time at this restaurant. The food is excellent and reasonably priced. The staff and owners are twenty thousand points above excellent, personable attentive and all around wonderful! In the summer pizza outside ....fantastic. Sunday great alfredo, hot, tasty almost too yummy if that's possible. Dessert's that are out of this world. We travel about an hour just to get there but soooo very worth it! We're going back soon! Thank you to Mizza's for fantastic dining experiences!
4 based on 56 reviews
We arrived at noon on a Friday. We were seated immediately. The waiter was attentive and friendly. The food was delicious. The french fries were great. The menu has a wide selection, including a few international dishes and a couple of breakfast items.
I wouldn't go here if you're I'm a rush. It's perfect for a relaxed, pleasant meal.
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