Review: Farmers Hardware

Image may contain: plant and outdoorFrancis and I are always looking for new places to check out when it comes to food in the area. I’ve made it a goal of ours (he doesn’t really know this yet) to try some place new at least once a month. Last month was Hattie’s, this month was Farmers Hardware.

Nestled in an old building from the 1920’s we drove by a few weeks ago and knew once away that we needed to try it. It looked super cute and I couldn’t wait to see what it looked like inside.

On our way to Woodstock Vermont we decided to stop at Farmers Hardware for breakfast first. We figured it would be the perfect time to check it out because it was mid morning on a Friday — no one would be there and we were right!

Walking into the place made me think I was walking into a restaurant that had been designed by Chip and Joanna Gaines. It had the perfect rustic feel and I fell in love with it right away.

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The only problem with this place is that it’s pricey. The food was great don’t get me wrong. Our breakfast sandwich was huge and delicious and their sticky bacon was to die for. But for two of us to get two sandwiches and coffee it cost $30. That’s a lot for breakfast, a little too much for my taste.

Would I go back? Probably, but it wouldn’t be a place I go for breakfast all the time, I would love to try their brunch, at least with brunch I feel like spending $30 is worth it.

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