Granville is a town on the eastern border of Washington County, New York, United States. It is part of the Glens Falls Metropolitan Statistical Area. The town population was 6,456 at the 2000 census.
Things to do in Granville
4.5 based on 122 reviews
Make a reservation! There are three areas to this restaurant...the basement pub, main floor and mezzanine,which requires you climb stairs.
This place is always crowded, and usually loud. It is as the name suggests a barn, so there is not much for acoustics.
Food is fresh and reasonably priced with Generous portions. I had the harvest salad which had the additions like blue cheese, nuts and cranberries piled separately, making it easy to delete something if you didn’t like it.
The salmon was typical identical frozen fillets, but tasty.
Calimari was plentiful, but the frozen type. Rule of thumb is seafood in Vermont is going to be frozen not fresh.
We had a long wait since we didn’t have reservations, the host settled us into the lobby with a cocktail while we waited instead of sending us down to the overcrowded bar. Our waitress was either overworked or didn’t care. We waited 45 minutes for our meal. We didn’t mind as we were catching up with old friends and drinking.
Be aware there is no phone service in this area. They gave us the internet password, but so many people were on it, we couldn’t get it to work. We used the house phone to check on friends.
All in all, this is a nice place, with good reasonably priced food, and a good bar.
4.5 based on 42 reviews
Had a great lunch with a very fresh chicken Mediterranean salad at this small Inn-like restaurant in the center of Poultney. Right down the street from a great bookstore, the Hermit Hill Bookshop.
Very friendly and efficient service and a varied menu with lots to choose from.
5 based on 23 reviews
Best damn little country store in the world.
Without a doubt the best egg sandwich for miles!! Then you have incredible fresh muffins and donuts. Every trip we take to Vermont includes a stop at the Wells Country Store, and this has been for the past 13 years.
By the way, did I mention the lovely staff, always a smile and a have a great day.
Cannot wait till I go back up in August!!!
4.5 based on 19 reviews
We stop at the Pine Grove regularly for brunch. Highly recommend their omelettes! Blueberry pancakes are also excellent. Service is very friendly and efficient. Great coffee. Reasonable prices. The diner is always clean. The owner takes great pride in the business and makes upgrades on a regular basis (new windows, new floors, fresh paint, etc.) It is not fancy--no frills--just good food at a great price served with a smile!
4.5 based on 7 reviews
The restaurant has an extensive menu. I've eaten lunch here a number of times. Everything I've had (various Quesadillas, Monte Cristo, Strawberry Shortcake, and Blueberry Cobbler) has been great. Prices are reasonable, so don't skip dessert. The restaurant is located in a scenic setting, offering distant mountain views beyond the farmland located across the street.
5 based on 28 reviews
We go to Lake George once a year and saw a mention in the local paper of this farm that gave you a tour and dinner. What we got was completely unexpected. A rustic Italian dinner with farm-to-table ingredients that really outdoes itself. Highly recommended!
4.5 based on 50 reviews
We stopped here before taking a tour of nearby Green Mountain College. It gave us a nice sense of the local hometown feeling, great food, reasonable prices and within walking distance of the campus. Friendly staff, good food, local ingredients.
5 based on 24 reviews
Welcome to The Pawlet Station, a local spot serving up the best in home style cooking, great conversations & all the peanuts you can eat. Cozy up in our historic train depot or on our patio overlooking the Flower Brook, sip a mimosa or a cold beer & enjoy. Breakfast & lunch Wed-Saturday 7:30-2, Sunday Brunch 7:30-2, Dinner Fri & Sat 5-9 and for the summer Mexican Mondays with our secret Margarita recipe every Monday 5:30-9.
I had the pasta soup with half a egg salad and bacon sandwich. It was quite tasty. The chips were great. Just what I wanted.Glad you enjoyed your lunch, Thanks for coming
4.5 based on 12 reviews
Small diner with an extensive menu. Their french fries are really good, I had a BLT on Texas toast and enjoyed it. My husband had the wings which were delicious. They serve mostly grilled foods and do not have sandwich meat.
4.5 based on 38 reviews
I have eaten here on many occasions over the last few years. The atmosphere is relaxed and friendly with great service and food that ranges from good to fabulous depending on the current kitchen. Love their menu and daily specials that reflect the seasons and local food sources while always keeping customer favorites. Huge beer selection on tap and bottles as a Vermont pub should. As an added bonus TAPS offers a wide range of live music most nights- bluegrass, jazz standards, Irish, rock and just about anything else. During warmer nights and at lunch you can sit outside and people watch in this small college town.
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