Visited Parker Pie after the Festival of Farmhouse Ales to get some pizza. I love the atmosphere, the pizza is fantastic, and the draft pours are very good. I think as pizza restaurants go, this is particularly good for craft beer, especially considering that there are two Hill Farmstead taps on. At the time, it was Edward and James. I enjoyed a pint of James with a very good Margherita pizza. The vibe is great, the service was fantastic and the food and beer are great. Definitely a stop to hit! I love the backyard too.
Visited on a Friday afternoon after Hill Farmstead with the wife and AdamChandler. Pretty good recommendation, Adam. The place certainly doesn’t look like much more than an old, run down general store out in the middle of nowhere. Inside is a bit of a haven for beer nerds and pizza craving folk alike. Luckily I was both that day. Their draft list consist heavily of Hill Farmstead and a few other Vermont breweries. Lawsons and Alchemist were there, as well as bottles of Cantillon Classic. The pizza was excellent here as well. I tried the special of the day as well as one other, and both were phenomenal. If you are in the area, especially after a visit to Hill Farmstead, definitely come here. It is worth the time it takea to get here.
I’d heard good things for years about the place and when I went after FoFa I had high hopes. The taps for me were dull (Hills Farmstead & Cantillon but after FoFa I was looking for something maltier/hoppier) and the attached general store had been pretty much stripped bare. Pizza was good, vibe was family restaurant (tons of kids running around) but service was brusque. My friends rave about it but I wasn’t impressed, probably much nicer on a non-FoFa day.
Franckg (57) Trois-Rivières, Quebec | July 11, 2016| Updated July 12, 2016
Visited two times in 2015 after a trip to Hill Farmstead. Rustic place in the picturesque city of West Glover. Looks like an old general store, with crooked floors, hard and uncomfortable wood benches and mined parking. Service was very long the first time I went there, even if we were almost alone in the place. But flavorful pizza worth the wait. They have 7 or 8 beers on tap and always 2-3 Hill Farmsteads and sometimes, you can grab an invited bottled beer (had Jai Alai once). There’s a small convenience store beside where you can buy bottles to go. Small selection but pretty nice North-East stuff and imports as well (de Struise, de Molen...). Prices are a bit high but considering it’s the only place selling craft beers between HF and Canadian borders, I won’t complain.
Visited on a busy Friday afternoon in Apr-2013. Delicious "Green Mountain Special" for pizza selection, and we tried a couple Hill Farmsteads. Makes you feel like you’re in a cozy wooden cabin. Busy but friendly staff. Would definitely return if anywhere nearby again. (4/9/12/10/9/15) 80
Came here after a Hill Farmstead visit, to drink and eat. Great tap list. I had Brother Soigné and Works of Love. Great pizza. We had a spicy prawn one. Cool staff. The shop is well worth a look for VT food and drinks. The take out bottles was a decent selection, too. A must visit.
A must stop after Hill Farmstead! Draft list is really nice with lots of HF on it. Service was quick and friendly. Downer: you can’t order a bottle from the store next door to drink in the bar... Too bad. The pizza was just delicious. Try the apple one indeed guys! Overall, would go back any time after visiting HF.
Pit stop after going to Hill Farmstead. Small and rustic place with only a few inside seated tables. There were approximately 6 picnic tables outside but you don’t have any wifi signal. So if that’s important to you, keep that in mind. Unfortunately, even though I had signal inside, I didn’t have Internet with the wifi. Probably some temporary issue.
On one side there is the restaurant and on the other side is the store where you can buy multiple things including awesome beers. I’ve bought Anchorage and de Molen bottles.
Their on tap beer selection is quite nice. They had 5-6 beer on tap including HF Abner. Also, I heard that they have some beer on tap in the back. I had their pizza with apples. They suggested me that pizza and I was a bit septic but wow! That was the best pizza I’ve ever had. That with my Abner made me really happy and I wanted more.
If I had a suggestion to make though: Please change the glasses for proper glassware. I hate to drink an awesome beer like Abner in a 10 ounces flute. Just doesn’t make sense. But aside from that, really nice place that I’ll sure go again in the future.
Stopped by in the afternoon and had a fantastic pizza and some beer. Tap selection is small but incredible. This day all of the HF beer were also available at HF but still incredible. The service was fine, there were only a few customers. It wouldnt hurt them to put a more obvious sign and the parking lot nearly destroyed my rental car but overall a terrific spot to stop for lunch!
Very cute and quaint little place with really good pizza. Had some hill stuff on tap and a decent bottle selection at a reasonable price. Definitely worth the trip and they also have a lot of good beer tapping events.
Draft really nice, hill farmstead among others, bottle store selection is pretty good as well. As for pizza I go against the grain, nothing special, probably better than most of vermonts pizza but still has nothing on ny, nj, pa, ma, etc. Really cool bottles available for drinking in, cantillon, enough said. As like everywhere else in the area, speed not really their thing.