Vermont is old country roads, small towns, and interesting little shops and restaurants.
Stella’s in Hartland, VT is one the quaint little cafe’s we went to today.
Just for a quick lunch after the “biggest snowball fight in the world!”
We felt bad that we barged into the little cafe at 1:45 (they close at 2:30) with four hungry kids and four hungry adults. The place is tiny and we took it over.
The owner was very accommodating and didn’t seem to mind our little party getting out of control.
Once the food arrived, there was silence.
The Stella burger was deemed, “The best burger ever!” by The Bean.
The special of the day was a fancy tuna melt with spinach and Vermont cheese. It got rave reviews!
My falafel was good–not amazing–but I was very glad that it was on the menu. It was just what I was hungry for.
The kids meals were good-sized and actually looked tasty and were eagerly scarfed down.
But, the pie, oh my! Their chocolate cream pie was touted as “World Famous” and I knew we had to try it. And, it was rich and creamy and delicious. So good.
If you ever find yourself in Vermont, I highly recommend Stella’s. Oh, and not only are they very accommodating they try to get everything from local sources. Vermont beef, cheese and eggs, and even local ice creams and sorbets.
Here is how you can find it: 159 US Rt 5 Hartland, VT 05048
Phone number: (802) 436-3525