Pizza Stone | Chester, Vermont
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Pizza Stone
Currently with 2 ratings
Type: Restaurant

291 Pleasant Street
Chester, Vermont United States 05143 [ print map ]
802 875 2121 | facebook

Mayor: malrubius (5) | Taps: 18 |

Pizza Stone

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Beer Available At Pizza Stone (arranged by most recent)
von Trapp Bourbon Barrel Bock , Long Trail Limbo IPA 96, Brownís Whiskey Porter 84, Shed India Pale Ale 55, Fiddlehead India Pale Ale 95, Banded Horn Veridian IPA 82, 14th Star Maple Session Brown Ale , Banded Horn Reticulating Bines Pale Ale , Foley Brothers Old Hob , Lost Nation Vermont Pilsner 86
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2 reviews for Pizza Stone
 Ambiance  100%
 Service  85%
 Selection  97%
 Food  95%
 Value  95%
 Overall  95%
 Rating  74%

  AMBIANCE 5/5   SERVICE 8/10   SELECTION 14/15   FOOD 9/10   VALUE 10/10   OVERALL 18/20
dlovell2  (16) Columbia, Maryland | May 24, 2014| Updated March 22, 2015
Sign on the wall says,"We proudly do not serve Amhieser Busch Products". Great selection of beers and a lot of them local brews. I hit this place 2 or 3 times when Iím home visiting. Food is great! Great pizza with quality local ingredients. Try the maple tang wings. Service can be hit or miss but they are usually knowledgeable and Iíve never been kicked out after closing. There is often live music being played in the evening. Good group of locals usually hanging out. Fiddlehead and PBR in a Mason jar always seems to be on tap. Always good beer and a good time here. dlovell2 must try: Food: The Maple tang wings Beer: Any local brew. Fiddle head if on tap
  AMBIANCE 5/5   SERVICE 9/10   SELECTION 15/15   FOOD 10/10   VALUE 9/10   OVERALL 20/20
GeorgerinNH  (1) Bangor, Maine | January 9, 2013
Excellent beer selection. 18 rotating taps feature mostly VT made beers (+PBR), with occasional offerings from the likes of Dogfish Head, Sierra Nevada and other popular microbrews from out of state. Usually at least 2-4 taps from Hill Farmstead!

The stone oven baked pizza is amazing, and features locally sourced ingredients. Other food offerings are good.

They usually have live music a 2 or so nights a week which brings a lively crowd and usually a packed house. Itís a great place to hang out and meet locals.

If you are driving North on RT-103 to Okemo or Killington for some skiing, take a right on Rt-11 after you enter town. The Pizza Stone is on your left less than 1/4 mile down. The food and beer will be cheaper (and better) than in the ski towns. It will be well worth your stop, I promise!

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