Vinings >Vermont Mustard Company
“They also have a sign-up sheet to alert you of the days they have your favorite soup.”
“Their menu items are made with quality ingredients from Vermont (but they also support local businesses), the prices are reasonable for the quality of product, friendly service especially from Derek (the owner) or John, and you must try the bacon!”
“It is also a great place to purchase mustards, dressings, VT maple syrup, etc.”
“Even if the food wasn't so good, the employees make you want to always come back.”
“And the service was very nice!”
“The prices are a little higher than you might expect, but the sesame ginger wrap I ordered was very tasty.”
Best Breakfast in Atlanta.
Vermont Mustard Company makes a tremendous breakfast. Do you like Bacon? Go here. Perfectly cooked eggs? Go here. A damn good Croissant to boot? Go here. So imagine, one of the best bacon, egg & cheese croissants you will ever eat along with breakfast potatoes and some kind of spiced apple sauce. Coffee is good as well. If you are in Atlanta, go here for breakfast, you will be eternally thankful. Lunch menu is also good but I key in on the breakfast.
I'm writing this review because I have eaten here many times and enjoyed the awesomeness of VMC's breakfast and never want it to ever leave Atlanta by inspiring you to eat there and supporting a great establishment.
Vermont Mustard Company is just what Atlanta needed.
VMC is the place for breakfast, lunch or early dinner. Their menu items are made with quality ingredients from Vermont (but they also support local businesses), the prices are reasonable for the quality of product, friendly service especially from Derek (the owner) or John, and you must try the bacon!
It is also a great place to purchase mustards, dressings, VT maple syrup, etc. If you haven't visited their Vinings or downtown Atlanta locations, you must put it on your to do list. They are located near the Home Depot, in the plaza next door to hot yoga in Vinings, and near the Center for Puppetry Arts in the Atlanta location.
VMC is available for catering and also have platters to order. Try them for your next meal and I am sure it will not be your only trip to Vermont.
Gotta try the Northeast Kingdom Club.
Simply the best sandwiches in Atlanta. I consider myself a regular (go there every 3 or 4 weeks). The staff always great me with a smile. The customer service is top-notch and very friendly...they treat you like a friend and guest rather than a customer. Some of the other reviews stated the prices are high - they are more pricey than the average sandwich shop, but so is the quality and taste. Simply put - you get more than you pay for. Plus, they have a daily special that combines a half sandwich with a soup at a lower price - this way, you get a good deal and get to try different things. They also have a sign-up sheet to alert you of the days they have your favorite soup.
The sandwiches are always fresh and delievered quickly (even though it's all made-to-order). The restaurant itself is a step out of Atlanta and into Vermont, with gorgeous photos on the walls.
Check it out, you won't be disappointed. Be sure to try the bacon, it's divine and incomparable to anything around the south! Check out their website (the system won't let me type it out, but it's easy to figure out - if not, then use a search engine) and then stop by for a real treat.
Great Hot Dog !. Haven't had a hot dog this good since I left New York many years ago. Natural casing and just delicious! Even the bun is wonderful !. And the service was very nice! Dont pass up this place ..its just up the hill from the Vinnings Village, in a small shopping center called Streetside. Its just down the street and same side as Publix which is across from Home Depot near the corner of Cumberland Parkway and Paces Ferry Road.
Editorial Review. Specialty deli delivers sandwiches, soups and salads made strictly with Vermont-produced ingredients. Retail items include hot sauces, preserves and chocolates.
Friendly neighborhood sandwich cafe'. I stop in for a sandwich at Vermont Mustard Company once a week. I have tried most of their sandwiches and they are all good. The prices are a little steep, but at least you be assured that the ingrediants are fresh and the meats are high quality. Be sure to try the soups - Tom (I think that's his name) makes some of the best Brunswick Stew there is, it is even slightly better than his New England Clam Chowder. (I think the Bostoner was a little offended when I told him that). Darren, the owner, is usually there to welcome you in as well. Even if the food wasn't so good, the employees make you want to always come back.
Don't let the name fool you!.
After driving by this place for months, my curiosity finally got the best of me. I wanted to see what a mustard store looked like. What I found wasn't at all what I expected. They do have some retail items, including mustard, but this is actually a specialty deli serving sandwiches, salads, wraps and more.
The prices are a little higher than you might expect, but the sesame ginger wrap I ordered was very tasty. Now that I know what they are, I will be back. It was a refreshing change of pace
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