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Restaurant at Davenport Maple Farm, Shelburne?

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Has anyone been to the restaurant at Davenport Maple Farm in Shelburne? I didn't even realize that they had a restaurant until recently (I think it is mainly a producer of maple products). I can't seem to find a menu online, or even a Web site for the place. What kinds of meals do they serve there? [Go here to post a reply.]
(Posted on 9/8/08 by hiddenboston)


Josh wrote:
They are a maple syrup producer and also produce hay for their cows and area farms, big and small. They recently began selling raw milk as well. The farm and restaurant are family run, you'll find the restaurant open in the early spring which is when syrup is produced. The syrup production can be seen while you wait for your meal. They serve typical breakfast foods which are from family recipes including pancakes, home fries, and waffles. There is not a website currently, they are pretty busy outside even in the winter months. That is a little info to get you started, they welcome phone calls too which you'll find online or in the book. I hope you check it out this spring!
(Posted on 12/29/08)

JP wrote:
It's a good place. 3 Miles off rt 2 ('straight' up hill). Only open 6 weekends a year (Sugar Season).
Please be careful not to hit deer or other wildlife while driving up to the Farm. Cash or checks only. (Did I mention it's in a RURAL setting?)
(Posted on 3/16/09)

MA wrote:
Great family farm, beautiful view to enjoy while you wait for a delicious breakfast with fresh syrup, open during sugaring season.
(Posted on 11/22/10)

Jerry wrote:
Yes, this is a perfect, country, family run, maple syrup restaurant. Very limited time open. Asked how much land they had (obviously quite a lot), and the answer was "one acre for every day of the year!!"
(Posted on 2/15/11)


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