D.P. + V.P.Back
In 1992, we stayed at the Bromley Condo’s and tried Johnny Seesaw’s for dinner. That was the beginning of our memorable stays. We would come for hooky holiday- mid week for the lodging and dining deals. We stayed in the lodge, in the chicken coop, in the butterfly, in the court and on the porch.
My children and their significant others came along. We all looked forward to the Vermont country breakfast and the short walk to down the driveway for dinner. We loved the fireplace (Doug would take care of the logs and guest thought he was the owner- that is how comfortable we felt).
We became friends with a few of the waitresses and still keep in touch with them ( We would love to see them working there again). Our son-in law was wild about the veal parm and the scallops. Our daughter loved the Vermont chicken so much that we had to bring it home if she wasn’t with us. The maple sesame salad dressing was to die for and we would buy some to bring home along with Joe’s bread pudding. JCSAW’s was such a part of our skiing life that we were sorry to see that it hit bad times. We are glad that it is being reopened with improvements but still trying to keep some of its nostalgia.
We are planning a trip to the Killington area in early November and definitely plan on trying the new place. You asked for some memories, our list could go on and on so when we do get there (which is on our bucket list) we can share more. Good luck with the new jcsaw’s, looking forward to our visit.