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Woodstock's 2017 Dining Guide: Hit the Town for Some Awesome Grub

Aug 18, 2017 02:36PM ● By Linda Ditch

Courtesy of The Prince & The Pauper.

Reserve a table and enjoy the evenings away! Check out some local eateries that may be new or old to you but menus are always changing, so pull up a chair and pour yourself a glass of wine.

Who knows, you just might find your new favorite spot!

Village Butcher Shop

Summertime means enjoying the opportunity to dine al fresco. But that doesn’t mean you have to spend a lot of time in the kitchen before you enjoy that meal in your backyard, at your local park, or in the countryside. The Village Butcher, a fixture in Woodstock for approximately 50 years, can supply you with a ready-to-go meal that fits your tastes.

For breakfast outdoors, stop in for fresh brewed coffee and muffins, donuts, or bagels. For later in the day, you’ll find sandwiches, salads, and soups ready for a picnic lunch or light supper. If you plan to fire up the grill, there’s a wide selection of meats waiting for you to take home—or to the campsite. And if romance is in the air or a grown-up gathering of friends is planned, you’ll find a great selection of wines, cheeses, and hams, plus fresh-baked rolls and desserts to make a special meal without a lot of fuss.

Don’t forget: 

The Lincoln Inn & Restaurant At The Covered Bridge

For that lovely dinner out, just the two of you, before summer ends and the craziness begins. 

2709 W. Woodstock Road 
(802) 457-7052

Pi Brick Oven Trattoria

Because who doesn’t love pizza?

49 Central Street
(802) 457-9277

Soulfully Good Cafe

For a relaxing and tasty breakfast or lunch. 

67 Central Street 
(802) 457-7395


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Did we leave out any of your favorites? Let us know in the comments.

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