The Boursin burgers are superb and the 3 musicians serranade all. The hand hewn beams from the old stage coach inn that it was add to the vintage ambiance of a true small village setting
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Locally sourced, fresh ingredients. Meals always start with freshly baked bread followed by delicious, inventive cuisine. Wonderful burgers, fish, pasta, soups, salads and deserts.
Unfortunately they no longer let you bring your own wine. But the food is very good and it's wonderful to eat out on the porch and listen to music in the park. A favorite summer place. In winter it's just as good food wise put...More
We had dinner on a very quiet evening, mid-week, when they were still clearing the heavy snow from the side roads. The fireplace was kept ablaze, which added to the ambiance of brick and huge old beams. Service was friendly and prompt. After enjoying excellent...More
Our meal could not have been better - great atmosphere, friendly service - and terrific food. We both ordered the fennel encrusted pork chops and loved every bite. Chef Nathan has a magic touch with whatever he prepares and the menu changes depending on the...More
Consistently good food, if occasionally a little dark of flavour. I have had some excellent and creative meals here - the kitchen is young but skilled, honing their craft well. The service is always thoughtful and discrete. It is always a pleasure.
The food is lovingly prepared. The mission, while noble is never foisted upon you. Better than anything you will find down the road in Brattlleboro. Really worth a detour
The Gleanery has become my "go to" restaurant, especially if I have friends visiting from away. Everything about The Gleanery, from the warm greeting by Liz and her staff, to the charming ambiance of the old Tavern Building to the truly delicious and creative meal...More
We have been to The Gleanery on several occasions when visiting our daughter and then fiancé after they had moved to Bellows Falls a year ago. I always intended to write a review but alas never did. In our 5 or 6 visits to the...More