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The food is celebrated, the atmosphere is famous. A Woodstock landmark for nearly a quarter of a century, Bentleys serves lunch, dinner and Sunday brunch in a warm, eclectically decorated atmosphere filled with Victorian sofas, oriental rugs and antique lamps.

Their extensive menus offer something for every palate. Bentleys also features dancing every Saturday night, occasional live entertainment and their own custom-brewed ale. Ample portions and moderate prices make Bentley's the dining place of choice.

Location: 3 Elm Street, Woodstock Vermont Telephone 802-457-3232

Other Restaurants, Cafes, Delis, Bakeries nearby:
(Woodstock) Bentleys Restaurant
(Concord) Capitol Grille
(Ludlow) Cappuccino's Restaurant
(Concord) Downtown Cheers Grille and Bar
(Concord) Eagles Nest Restaurant and Lounge
(Middlebury) Fire and Ice Restaurant

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