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IMG_9043The Crop is the space that used to be The Shed – boy do I miss that place. We’ve been here before, and the service was painfully slow. When we arrive, there is no one at the host stand and we decide that judging by the amount of people in the main dining room, we will be better off at the bar.

IMG_9044Crop brews their own beer, pretty cool. We push two high tops together, and Billy, the bartender takes good care of us. He is personable, and has a great sense of humor.

IMG_9048We get the tres amigos ($10), three tacos: duck confit, braised pork, shredded chicken. The chicken is by far the favorite in the trio.

IMG_9049The onion rings ($6) were enormous, crunchy and delicious!.

IMG_9050The fried pickles were cut lengthwise, haven’t seen that anywhere else, but it made it hard to get the breading in every bite.

IMG_9051The squeak and squeal ($16), mac & cheese, crispy pulled pork, with mustard demi sauce fell a little short for me. The sauce was a bit gritty and tasted like it came out of a can and the meat wasn’t as tender as I would have liked. While the food here was just ok, the service was excellent, we really enjoyed Billy’s company.

Crop Bistro and Brewery
1859 Mountain Road
Stowe, VT, 05672

http://www.cropvt.com

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