Like, full of charm and history - old-fashioned soda fountain and all.
We were greeted with warm smiles and just-as-warm cranberry muffins. Mini skillet with butter? I die.
Perfect brunch beginning. Soft, sweet, and crunchy-where-necessary.
All brunch meals came with orange juice and coffee, as really, all brunch meals should. Learn from the Bryant House, folks! As for food, we ordered a LOT. For example…
Sugar and spice cakes: pancakes with cinnamon, maple sugar, and apples baked right in, and topped with a maple cream sauce.
Top five pancakes of life for SURE. They were so fluffy, and all the flavors blended together so wonderfully. And somehow, they weren't too sweet at all. Just the perfection of all things Vermont in my mouth.
Again, SO good...
Corned beef hash topped with two eggs, and came with a huge biscuit.
A word on their maple-sugar-cooked sausage patties. No, actually, there are no words to describe the amazingness we all experienced. The right kind of fatty, flavorful, fresh, and phenomenal. (Ha, I tried. Alliteration was never my strong suit.)
Bryant House eggs benedict.
Classic. Solid. I loved the grilled buttered english muffins and the maple cob smoked ham.
The french toast was great, but you know and I know that all you really see is the maple sausage. Drool.
After brunch, we visited the Vermont Country Store just across the way. WHY IS EVERYTHING SO QUAINT IN WESTON?!
Weston, we miss you already and will definitely be visiting again soon.
657 Main St
Weston, VT 05161
[same address as above]