I believe that if you create something of quality, people will go out of their way for it. I believe this is true with SoLo Farm and Table. On my way to Northern Vermont recently, I went out of my way to dine at SoLo and I wasn’t disappointed. It was my second visit. I enjoyed my first visit very much but the second visit was even better.
The atmosphere is warm (especially on a cold Vermont evening) and inviting. The interior is very nice, not stuffy or overdone. The wood burning fireplace in the bar area literally adds to warm environment.
The quality of the food was top notch, as good as any NYC restaurant. I started with the Sunchoke-Apple Veloute (with poached lobster) followed by the Pappardelle Pasta with braised dry-aged beef and horseradish. For dessert, I opted for the hot chocolate with homemade marshmallows which was off- the-charts good!
Before leaving, I got a quick tour of the kitchen which was really impressive. As I mentioned to Chloe, the owner, she and her husband have really created something special.
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