Good Eats in Town ~ 6th Issue from “Life as Russ”
It’s been a while since my last posting on Good Eats in Town. It’s not because there aren't any more good places to eat or that we’ve not gone out. It’s just that we are creatures of habit at casa Huntley. We find something we like, and do it over and over and over. But, at long last, we broke the mold and tried something new, and it was well worth it.
Actually, I had visited the Walpole Village Tavern for the first time a few weeks ago with an old buddy. We stopped for lunch after looking at a piece of land over in Vermont. I had seen this place, in picturesque
So Thursday, the kids were spending the night at my brother’s house and we had the evening to ourselves. I wanted
There were two seats open at the bar, which we commandeered in quick fashion.
I had seen the BBQ pulled pork sandwich with sweet potato fries on a website, and really had already decided before I got there, that I was going to order that. Of course, I still struggled, with so many tasty items to pick from, but first instinct is usually best when looking to satisfy gustatory inclinations. I wasn’t wrong. The pulled pork was perfect and the sweet potato fries…I’ve never had them like that…fantastic!
But it wasn’t just the food. The entire atmosphere made the experience. We sat down at the bar, as I said, and immediately struck up conversations on both sides and across the bar.
We had a fantastic time! Afterward, we walked across the street to Burdick’s restaurant and Chocolate shop and after having our fill of all the various samples, chose a dark chocolate bar and coco-powdered cacao beans for desert…but that’s another story.
The Walpole Village Tavern is located in the center of