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With a full, locally focused menu, healthy vegetarian and gluten free options, and award winning fries and burgers, the Cafe Car at Whetstone Station has something to suit every hungry Whetstoner.

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Great beer great food (98% of the time) I just don’t understand how they expect to get a “suggested”20% tip on their app but are as attentive as McDonald’s.. My station fries lacked so much of the seasoning that actually makes them the station fries but was ignored when trying to waive a waitress down..that was after I ordered my own meal online and entered my own card#, entered my own choices for meals and handed my phone over to the person I took out to eat all because you can’t order until they get your payment information. Unless you sit at the bar that is.. Which most of the time is great but I don’t always want to have a personal conversation being elbow to elbow with folks I do not know..
I understand they are stream lining but I am not a fan.. I tip based on the quality of service and I don’t tip McDonald’s employees whom I have more interaction with at the drive thru than I did with the folks at the Whetstone tonight.
I am just happy the burger was awesome and the beer never disappoints..
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Beautiful views & great drinks! Online ordering went down during our visit, which increased wait time, but waitstaff tried thier best to check in on all the tables and gave us a couple of our drinks on the house. Definitely a better place to go with a date than a whole family due to the ordering/self serve fountain drinks, but still a great place to stop. We will definitely be returning!... See MoreSee Less

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Upcoming Events

Featured Events

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Whetstone Beer Co. presents Cajun Zydeco Fest 8.27.22

Whetstone Beer Co. presents Cajun Zydeco Fest 8.27.22

Aug 27, 1:00pm - Aug 27, 7:00pm

Kampfires Campground, Inn & Entertainment792 US Route 5Brattleboro, VT05301 Map

Mango Jam headlines Cajun Zydeco Fest with Back O’Town Cajun Band and Gumbo Jumbo Dixieland Band for a jumpin'- bumpin'-gyratin' good ole time.
There will be a dance floor, Cajun and other fresh delicious foods, bar with Whetstone Beer, liquor, wine, and soft drinks, and all the fun you can handle.

VIP tickets include private VIP only tent with prime viewing, priority bar and beverage access, "backstage" access to bands, complimentary snacks, VIP port-a-potties, and more!

General Admission tickets are $12 in advance and $15 at the door.

VIP tickets are $20 in advance and $25 at the door.

Kids under 12 are free!

Sponsored by Whetstone Brands and TD Bank

Tickets available at Eventbrite:

Mango Jam is a six piece dance band playing straight-ahead Zydeco as well as New Orleans inspired funk, Reggae and Ska. Band members are Gus Ziesing, accordions, saxophones and vocals, Mimi Ryan, alto saxophone and vocals, Lee Beckwith, bass and vocals, Dennis Willmott, guitar and vocals, Ted Looby, guitar, and Michael Bradshaw on drums. Full of energy and happy vibes, this band will have you up and dancing in no time!

Back O’Town Cajun Band plays classic, acoustic Cajun music, straight up. Pete & Linda Simoneaux on fiddle, accordion(s) and vocals, with Michael Pattavina on acoustic guitar on vocals. Augmented as needed by Bayou X mainstays Steve Frankel on electric bass, and Ben Carr on drums. Back O’Town’s repertoire encompasses the work of artists such as Amadee Ardoin & Dennis McGee, Joe & Cleoma Falcon, Leo Soileau with Mayeuse LaFleur and Moise Robin, Angela LeJeune, Iry LeJeune, Nathan Abshire, Lawrence Walker, the Balfa Brothers, and more, from from the legendary recordings of late 1920s and early 1930s, through the postwar periods of the 1940s and 50s, and the great Cajun music revival of the 1960s and 70s. Pete & Linda & Mike each bring over three decades experience playing and studying and dancing to this music. Dance instruction at all levels is also a staple of their repertoire.

Gumbo Jumbo Dixieland Band performs traditional New Orleans Jazz. Instrumentation is trombone, clarinet, cornet, banjo, tuba, drums and vocals.
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