We had just driven by this place on our way back to our B&B from the Adirondacks. As soon as we got in we asked the innkeepers for their dinner recommendations. "Shoreham Inn Pub." they said. Back in the car and another twelve minutes later we arrived again in Shoreham. Pulling up, we noted that most of the license plates were Vermont...a good sign that locals dine here.
We were instantly greeted and seated on the quiet side of the pub at a little table with an antique marble top and a tiny little table lamp. We hadn't even ordered and alreay we were happy!
We have been dining on seafood for several days and were anxious for a change. We overhead the waitress telling someone about the cheeseburger and we noticed that another table of locals had all ordered the cheeseburger. Two cheeseburgers please...medium well done.
After a "pint-wait" the cheeseburgers arrived. (Another pint, please!) OMG...huge...3/4 - 1 inch thick burgers. No way could these have been cooked medium well! Wrong, they were perfectly cooked...and juicy. I don't know what's in these burgers, but there is no need for onion, tomato, etc. Just enjoy the slice of melted Vermont cheddar and the perfectly cooked meat. Oh, and don't forget the herbies! Chunks of roasted/broiled potates with rosemary and other herbs.... Yum!!!!
What a great dining experience! Great service! Great food! And great ambience in this little pub dating back to the 1790s! Two more cheeseburgers please!
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