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Woodstock, New York
July 12, 2006
The pancakes were huge, falling off the plate huge! I couldn't come close to finishing mine, and my fiance just barely got through three quarters of his (and believe me, he has a very hearty appetite!)
What was most surprising and pleasing to me was the wide variety of options for vegetarians. They had veggie substitutes for every breakfast meat that they offered. I was able to get a huge Dutch pancake stuffed with tons of cheese and veggie bacon.
The food was delicious--seriously, it was so good that it had me considering moving to Vermont just so I could eat there whenever I felt the urge! The coffee was delicious and from a local company, Green Mountain Coffee Roasters.
The service was friendly and fast. I'm sure that the servers are always amused by the faces of the patrons who gasp (like we did) when they see the size of the portions!
If you are anywhere in the vicinity of Stowe, I highly recommend stopping by this very family-friendly place for breakfast! I still wake up some mornings thinking about the breakfast I ate there!
From journal Stowe and Burlington VT
albany, New York
May 15, 2004
What is a Dutch pancake? We found out a Dutch pancake has a special recipe than the recipes you may use at home. In addition, the pancakes are prepared in a Dutch skillet. Each pancake is large since the size of the skillet is 12 inches in diameter. Of course, you could order “plain” Dutch pancakes, but most people will spend quite a long time looking over the menu to decide which ingredients to add. I, of course, knew from the beginning chocolate would be one of my extra ingredients. For less than $9, I got the most delicious banana chocolate pancake! My husband was just as happy with his apple blueberry pancake.
After eating at the Dutch Pancake Café, I can understand why the breakfast was reviewed by the New York Times as "the world's most decadent breakfast". Make sure you take some time to stop in for a great breakfast.
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From journal Stowe
Cortlandt Manor, New York
January 5, 2004
From journal Stowe- the Alps in Vermont
April 7, 2005
From journal Stowe VT - Easter 2005