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restaurants in or near woodstock, VT?

lilyhanson May 18, 2010 07:23 PM

any farm to market/local ingrediant style restaurants in woodstock?

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    VTer May 19, 2010 07:59 AM

    Off the top of my head, three restaurants in the area (not exactly in Woodstock itself) pride themselves on the use of local purveyors. They are: Carpenter and Main in Norwich, Parker House in Quechee and The Inn at Weathersfield in Weathersfield. Farmer's Diner in Quechee also uses local suppliers. As for Woodstock itself, The Prince and the Pauper and Mangowood might also use local suppliers, I'm just not sure. I'm sure other chowhounds will come up with further suggestions. One place I would recommend in Woodstock (actually West Woodstock but right on rte 4) is the Woodstock Farmer's Market. It's a small grocery store but always has local produce and cheeses and other vermont items as well as other things and always displays the source their produce. The Woodstock Market on the Green is on Wednesdays afternoons.

    Carpenter and Main
    Norwich, VT, Norwich, VT

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    1. re: VTer
      mainemal May 19, 2010 08:21 AM

      I definitely second the motion regarding Inn at Weathersfield: see my review from last year (and I have no reason to believe anything's changed): http://chowhound.chow.com/topics/5931.... Another place definitely worth mentioning is Simon Pearce in Quechee, where the setting is fabulous (overlooking the falls) and the food delicious.

      Simon Pearce Restaurant
      1760 Quechee Main St., Quechee, VT 05059

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