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Connie Warden is a genius. The food, service and wine will make you forget you are in a town of less than 6 thousand people.
Favorite Dish: I'm too hungry right now to make that decision. It really is ALL good, especially if you like garlic.
Written Sep 4, 2003
Address: Main Street
We had dinner at the Old Foundry Restaurant which is near the centre of town. The food and atmosphere were fantastic.
The restaurant is in an old foundry and there are several small dining areas which make it interesting and more quiet than an open restaurant. There are flowery tablecloths and lots of wood and antiques. There is also an outdoor covered area for large parties and functions.
Favorite Dish: I had the butternut squash-filled ravioli which was topped with a cream sauce, vegetables and big chunks of lobster. A good salad bar was included with the price. GF had the seafood platter which was a little plain - it consisted of several types of shellfish, deep fried and included a twice baked potato. Dad had the prime rib (no surprise!). He asked for a small but it was very large! No room for dessert. Most main courses were $15 - 18, add .75 for the potatoes.
Written Oct 4, 2002
Saint Albans is only a few miles south of the Canadian border on Route 89 and one of your last chances to buy gas by the gallon, instead of the liter as you will in Canada. There are two rest stops off exit 19, I chose the Mobil, which is a left off the exit if you're heading north. I stopped at the same place on the way home to fill up. This is a huge rest stop with just about anything you could possibly want to make your trip comfortable. One the way home I grabbed three bottles of Aquafina for $2.00.
Written Aug 16, 2008