Putney in United States, from Nouth America region, is best know for Reservations. Discover best restaurants in Putney with beautiful photos and great reviews from traveller around the world here!
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5 based on 231 reviews
Peter Havens provides an elegant but relaxed atmosphere in which to enjoy chef/owner Zach Corbin's accomplished cuisine. The menu has French and Italian influences (always house-made pasta and gnocchi!) But always has Zach's own culinary flare. Locals and visitors alike enjoy the intimate setting and often enjoy dining at our bar, where we serve innovative and exciting specialty cocktails. Our wine list is eclectic and ever-changing, with an emphasis on natural wines from France, Italy, and the US. Reservations are recommended.
Had dinner here last week. Small restaurant with active/full bar scene. Bar is not separate from dining area so it's fairly noisy. My wife asked about attributes of a wine. Server had no clue. Service was very slow. 3 different people waited on us. Food was very good.
4.5 based on 267 reviews
Full Service French Inspired Bistro. Serving Cuisine inspired by the season. Proudly sourcing local ingredients and minimally manipulating them to allow them to shine as they are.
My wife and I stopped here on our way to Vermont. My wife had fond memories from a visit a few years ago and wanted to go back. Neither of us was disappointed. I had an omelette and salad and she had a croque monsieur with pommes frites. Both were excellent. As was the desert - chocolate, of course. (In case you don't know, the restaurant adjoins the originals Burdick's chocolate store. You can also eat in the chocolate store, which is more casual.) If you happen to be in the area, this is definitely worth a stop for lunch or dinner.
5 based on 56 reviews
The inn is in a beautiful New England setting for relaxing and lovely quiet moments. The rooms were just right. We had 2 different rooms due to a change in plans. There were clean and bright. The staff was more than kind and helpful. We...MoreWe're glad that you enjoyed your stay at the inn. Our hope is that all of our guests are able to find some quiet moments while here to relax, and enjoy the delicious food! We hope that you'll come again sometime.
4.5 based on 155 reviews
wonderful breads, croissants, sweets, etc. Excellent lunch menu: sandwiches, soups, good coffee, tea. Small seating area overlooking CT River. Should be listed with you.
My wife and I were walking around Brattleboro looking for a bakery and Voila`, we found Amy's. We ordered a couple pieces of the most delicious veggie pizza that we ate there in their dining area overlooking the river,and got some fresh baked treats to go. Sweet!
4.5 based on 80 reviews
The Gleanery is a restaurant in the heart of Putney, Vermont. With a primary focus on utilizing ingredients available to us through a strong network of local farmers and producers, we serve thoughtfully sourced, creatively prepared food.
The rooms are breathtaking. The porch is like being pampered in your own front yard. The food is exceptional. The menu always changes and everything is made to order. No generic/bulk food suppliers dropping off pre-packaged dreck. Chef Nathan makes up a menu each day and it's reliable enough to keep us coming back and certain we won't be disappointed, but original enough to excite our tongues and bellies, every single time. I can't get enough. Dinner, lunch, brunch, I don't care. I want to be THERE.
4.5 based on 52 reviews
We are delighted to welcome you to our wonderful corner of Vermont at Four Columns. As a guest, our stunning 138 acre property is yours to explore and our team will take care of all your needs. The Four Columns experience features a stunning historic setting, a welcoming staff, thoughtful hospitality details, and relaxed fine food at the Artisan Restaurant & Tavern.
The décor is country elegant; the service young, sweet, and spirited; and the food simple but inspired. Wonderful fresh flavor profiles. Even on a Saturday night in September it wasn't crowded and it felt easy and relaxed. A lovely revival of an inn that once pioneered the farm-to-table movement.
4.5 based on 106 reviews
Katy's Great Food is an eclectic mix of American and international with a flair. Casual elegant atmosphere,house made desserts and confections. no fryolator, Vegetarian and gluten free options, full service, Beer, wine, spirits and house made premium sangria
We stopped here on our way to St. Johnsbury. Excellent food, excellent service. Try the jerk chicken burrito. Be sure to purchase some of the homemade cookies and cupcakes they have for sale at the counter.
4.5 based on 63 reviews
JD McCliment's Pub is as unique as the small town it is a part of. We strive for a relaxed, family friendly, atmosphere with a creative menu that incorporates locally grown produce. In the winter you can get a cozy table by our wood stove, and for those beautiful summer evenings enjoy our patio seating. Popular Vermont micro brews are always on tap and our nightly dinner specials are far beyond typical pub food. "Through much skill and physical effort, J.D. and family have certainly created a 'home away from home' atmosphere, where anyone from any walk of life can come, be welcomed and have a great meal and a great brew." --long-time Putney resident David Babbit
We met friends here for a wonderful dining experience on the patio. There was adequate seating on the patio, service was prompt and friendly, and the food was delicious. They have changed their menu some since we were last here but the food is just as good as always. They've apparently also reinstated their various specials including Mexican on Thursday. It's a great place to enjoy summer dining al fresco, weather permitting. It can be warm inside because there is no AC, just fans. There is a full bar and quite a bit of parking, which can fill up. Call for reservations if you're going to be there on a traditionally busy night. Tables are mostly round on the patio and can comfortably seat 6 under an umbrella. They do bring out heaters and blankets in the colder times.
4.5 based on 148 reviews
I found this place on Yelp and had uncertain expectations for a small town. Yet, this place had great food. I loved my Tamales and the pumpkin tortilla that my date had was also very good. I recommend having a reservation to ensure you get a table, we sat at the bar which was absolutely fine. The service was also extremely friendly. Would definitely go back.
4 based on 36 reviews
Maple Syrup can be ordered online or via phone anytime. For the most up to date information, please visit our website. Please note that our hours are seasonal, and explained below. We're a family owned and operated restaurant, featuring our own Maple Syrup. In the spring and fall, we are open on the weekends from 7am-3pm with a full breakfast & lunch menu, including pancakes, waffles, French toast, sausage, bacon, eggs and much more. During the months of February and March, weather permitting, you may be able to watch the boiling process as we make Maple Syrup. During the summer (between Memorial day and Labor day) we are open Thursday through Sunday from 7am to 8pm serving breakfast, lunch and dinner with our usual breakfast menu, as well as our lunch and dinner menu. The ice cream window is open until 9pm. Every Thursday night from 6pm-8pm during the summer is Cruise Night, featuring classic cars from all around the region and beyond.
For a change I decided to try the non-egg non-meat offerings so I ordered a portion of each of the three. They were all excellent in their own way and each is distinctly flavorful.
The half-waffle was crispy and full-flavored. The blueberry pancake was light and tasty. The Texas French toast was sweeter than the other two.
If you asked me which was best I really couldn't tell, they were all delicious in their own way. I think the only solution is to alternate through these at every visit!
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