Stopped at the Flying Goose enroute from Boston to Rutland. Great burgers from a reasonable selection and lovely potatoe fries but salad or other options were available. Friendly fast service. Would visit again.
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This is such an amazing place, antiques all around the dining room. Has a bar area as well. Food is delicious!! My favorite is the pulled pork sandwich, the best I've ever had. They have a nice selection and not just sandwiches and pub food....More
We were looking for any restaurant open on New Years Day and we came across this place. They had a pub section and dining section, we were seated immediately on the dining room. Our waitress was nice and checked on us often but he was...More
I have driven pass this place many times and finally had the opportunity to stop for lunch. It was very cold so we asked to sit by the fireplace. The service, food and warm fire made for a perfect day. They also have amazing sweet...More
A cool pub style restaurant with a friendly staff. The decor was right out of a 1980s ski house! The view was unbelievable. Unfortunatly the food was so-so & took much longer than it should have for basic sandwiches. The waitress was apologetic but that...More
This place was packed the night we visited but we were seated right away and served in a decent amount of time. There is a great selection of their beer brewed on site. It is worth buying a flight an sampling a variety of brews....More
They say the definition of chaos is doing the same thing over and over again expecting different results. I find myself doing that when I go to The Flying Goose expecting good food and service, instead I find that they've gotten progressively worse than the...More
Hadn't been to the Goose in a while, but it always feels like home. The pub is a real friendly place and the wait staff is great. We had typical pub grub, including burgers, calamari and casedeas. Generous drinks too. It's a great local spot.