The mood inside this 28-seat eatery is half cabin in the woods (wide-plank wood floors, clunky butcher-block tables) and half Grandma’s living room (flowery wallpaper, quaint sconces), with country-style American grub rounding out the aesthetic. Chef Andy Gilbert’s short menu features toast topped with house-cured Spanish mackerel with avocado. His organic-chicken potpie is a thick stew studded with chunks of tender white meat, peas and carrots, and flavored with thyme. For dessert, stick to the basics: banana cream pie.
|Venue name:||The Northeast Kingdom (CLOSED)||Contact:|
18 Wyckoff Ave
|Cross street:||at Troutman St|
|Opening hours:||Mon–Wed 11:30am–2:30pm, 6–11pm; Thu, Fri 11:30am–2:30pm, 6–11:30pm; Sat 11am–3pm; 6–11:30pm; Sun 11am–3pm, 6–11pm|
|Transport:||Subway: L to Jefferson St|
|Price:||Average main course: $14. AmEx, Disc, MC, V|
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Northeast Kingdom is delicious. I devoured my entire meal there. I went with a bunch of friends. Several of them ordered the truffle risotto because that's very hard to say no to. I ordered the bone marrow appetizer and the short rib ragu. The bone marrow came with more than plenty to spread on the provided bread (big enough to share), and I appreciated the greens that accompanied it. The short rib ragu was amazing. I loved the addition of the pickled onions, which added a nice antidote of flavor and crunch to the dish. The portion was perfect. Even with the appetizer, I was able to finish all my food. It's a little pricier, with $11 apps and $20 entrees, but not for the farm-to-table quality.