“Standing since the mid 1800s: cafe and gifts in Rochester, VT”
Somewhere around the mid 1800’s, the building which the Café & Country Store now occupy was constructed. During those days, vehicles traveling down a dirt road, which we now know as Route 100, would come to pass what was known as the Trask Block, owned and operated by J.H.Trask. It was not until after the Great Depression that the roots were established for the beginning of a quality gathering place for the people and visitors of Rochester, Vermont. Around 1930,Veron Lyon, a local pharmacist, opened Lyon’s Pharmacy, currently the space occupied by the Country Store.
My boyfriend and I just ate here for breakfast this morning after reading some reviews. The pancakes were amazing. It's hard to mess up pancakes, but it's also hard to have ones that are worth talking about. These were so good! Also, they come with locally made maple syrup which made it even more amazing. The place is clean, cute and the staff is very nice. You can tell it's mostly locals which is cool too.
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