Reviews on Cafe food in White River Junction, Hartford, Vermont. White River Junction is an unincorporated village and census-designated place (CDP) in the town of Hartford in Windsor County, Vermont, United States. The population was 2,286 at the 2010 census, making it the largest community within the town of Hartford.
Things to do in White River Junction
We serve fresh + healthy fare including whole food smoothies, cold-pressed juices, coffee, teas and espresso and gluten free baked goods.
Just love their homemade fresh, organic juices. Have tried all of their fresh, organic juices but my favorite is the green juice. A fabulous way to start my mornings. They also make many fine hot drinks and fresh fruit smoothies. Yummy! Simple but very classy inside. Have various personal fragrances, oils, and other items for sale. Must visit more then once to try all of the different items for sale. The baked goods are all Gluten free! Pumpkin muffins are very nicely flavored. Service is exceptionally friendly.
4 based on 39 reviews
I loved the choices of sandwiches and salads that were available. They had a group of sandwiches named with The Wizard of Oz theme. I had the Flying Monkey sandwich, which was a grilled applewood cheese with bacon and jam. Just delicious! The service wasn't prompt, so don't think it is fast food.
4 based on 598 reviews
A tradition since 1947 serving Breakfast All Day and Lunch. Full service bakery featuring cakes, pies, donuts, cookies and seasonal specials. Proud to be a Certified Green Restaurant with a focus on locally sourced ingredients. Menu features gluten free,
My teenage daughter and I stopped in to Louâs for lunch recently. Food, service all great. Fun place you should go to if youâre in the area. Itâs an institution. The dessert, red velvet cupcakes, which we got to go, were delicious!!
4 based on 41 reviews
Piecemeal Pies is a British inspired pie shop and local hard cider bar in White River Junction, VT. We specialize in savory meat pies, but really, we love our vegetables and sweets just as much. Using local, organic, and seasonal ingredients is what weâre
I sometimes think service is almost more important than the food and this place Knows customer service! I had a fig scone that was absolutely delicious, a fantastic setting and overall great experience. The quiche looks amazing and I look forward to returning.Thank you for those kind words!We believe that even counter service can be exceptional, and weâre happy you had a good experience. Iâll share this with my staff!Happy holidays.
4 based on 184 reviews
Usually have breakfast here but had to be in WRJ in the afternoon. So we gave lunch a try. It was good enough and the portions are very generous and prices are reasonable. But they used diced tomato on my club sandwich which made eating it a challenge. My husband said his Reuben was good and he has pretty high standards. They serve breakfast all day do I think Iâll stick with that.
4 based on 401 reviews
This place has high ratings, but I had a bad experience here. The two entree options are kebabs and guvek, a Turkish stew cooked in an earthenware dish - with each being offered in multiple protein (or vegetable) variations. I ordered a chicken guvek, but the chicken was overcooked and all the vegetables were chopped in small pieces and everything swam in a very thin sauce. I should have sent it back and ordered a kebab, but was largely blaming myself for ordering this in the first place.
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