Randolph is a town in Orange County, Vermont, United States. The population was 4,853 at the 2000 census, making Randolph the largest town in Orange County. The town is a commercial center for many of the smaller, rural farming communities that surround it.
Things to do in Randolph
4.5 based on 147 reviews
we stopped briefly to use a restroom and bought some coffee- an americano and a green mountain latte. the coffee was good- unlike much that we encountered in the northeast. impressively, though inconvenient, both were still too hot to drink 15-20 minutes later!
bathroom was clean and staff was friendly. nice atmosphere and the food being served agt breakfast looked and smelled delicious. we will definitely try to stop and eat next time we are in the area!
4.5 based on 69 reviews
Saap is a chef-owned, family-run 80-seat restaurant serving Northern Thai inspired cuisine in the historic Kimball House, home to White River Craft Center. Traditional style Thai dishes, prepared to order using a wood-fired grill and bamboo rice steamers, are typically enjoyed family style. We firmly believe in excellent food quality and prompt service; and strive to educate our customers about Thai ingredients, cooking techniques, and dining styles. At Saap, we believe good food doesn’t have to be overly expensive or “fine-dining” to be complex, intriguing, and exquisitely delicious! Most of the food here is meant to be eaten family style (shared). Most dishes are best eaten with rice. The type of rice depends on the region. In the north sticky rice is the staple. Diners snatch off a ball of rice and with one hand and fashion it into a sort of spoon shape, then use it to grab a taste of whatever else is on the table. In Thailand only a fork and spoon are used (the spoon to eat with and the fork to push the food onto the spoon.) We encourage you to try these methods, as it is the easiest way to eat most dishes. Please ask for guidance if you wish. Chopsticks are normally only used when eating noodles. But as the Thais say Laew tea khun krap (Up to you!) Also note: We use shrimp, peanuts, sugar, salt, wheat and dairy in our preparations. We buy local and natural when possible and practical. We do not use MSG. If you have allergies or fears please ask for a list of ingredients. Vegetarian and Gluten-Free options are noted on the menu.
We love Thai food but unfortunately SAAP didn't deliver. Extremely slow service. And we were there on a Tuesday so cant imagine what it would be like if they had more than 3 tables. Food was overcooked. I get that they might be trying to put their own twist on classics but when even Pad That isn't that great you know you need tor reexamine your plan. We were hopeful but would most likely not go back.
4.5 based on 57 reviews
Sandy's is an eclectic coffee shop, bakery and bookstore with WIFI. You'll find locals and tourists stopping in for a quick bite or lingering over coffee and reading or on their computers. Baked goods are superb using locally supplied ingredients and you can make your own coffee or tea. No artificial sweeteners here!!!!
4.5 based on 53 reviews
You could definitely overlook this wonderful spot since it is tucked on a side street with a very unassuming front. But please, for your own good, don't! The funky comfortable atmosphere, the attentive and welcoming staff and the fantastic food all add up to an incredible dining experience. The menu is delightfully imaginative...Pimm's cup, goat roulade, braised duck are only a few of the selections offered....all seriously rated 5 plus. It was an enjoyable experience from the moment we stepped in the door until we left perfectly satisfied.
4.5 based on 48 reviews
We had an excellent mid-afternoon pizza lunch here. The staff was friendly, and the service and food were quick. The pizza was hot, good crust (slightly charred), and toppings-- pepperoni and cheese were perfect. We had a quick lunch at a reasonable price. We've been...MoreThanks for the review. Just wondering if there was anything we could have done better to please you with the "average" rating?? We hope you will give us another chance. We strive to give everyone an excellent experience!
4.5 based on 23 reviews
We've been customers of Village Pizza since they opened. You can't really go wrong no matter what you order but we tend to stick to pizza or calzones. The dinners are decent though.
4.5 based on 26 reviews
The Bethel Village Sandwich Shop is a great place to stop for a quick bite to take out or sit down and eat. Our full breakfast menu is served all day with fresh muffins, breakfast sandwiches, pancakes, eggs and more. Lunch includes handmade burgers, hot housemade soups, our famous sandwiches and more! You can also pick up wines and local vermont beer in the retail section when you visit.
The coffee and tea choices are narrow, but the food is more custom and eclectic than one might suspect from a single-grill deli. Roomy with much sitting space, there is also a large wine selection in this shop that stretches across three shop spaces. Tidy, large toilet, good free WiFi.
4 based on 47 reviews
Our family of 6 ate here on a Saturday night in January while visiting Vermont for a ski vacation. Service was great, tried different kinds of beer and martinis - all very good. Food however, could only be described as average. All very bland, so while nothing tasted bad, it just didn't have much flavor at all. A pleasant place to stop for drinks we would definitely try again.
4.5 based on 16 reviews
Off the main street, but cetainly worth looking for. I order Wonton soup, it was filled with Wonton noodles, then topped with fresh vegatables, pilled over the top of the bowl...delicious! I also had the pork lo mein....also excellent and lots of it. I highly reccommend this restaurant.
4 based on 18 reviews
it is a good place to stop and get breakfast lunch and dinner great meals of all sorts the people are very friendly the prices fair and very good
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