Lagniappe at Ten Acres Lodge
14 Barrows Road
Stowe, VT 05672Neighborhood:
Creole / Cajun / SouthernPrice: $30 and under
Lagniappe at Ten Acres Lodge
- Dining Style: Casual Dining
- Website: http://www.tenacreslodge.com/dining.htm
- Phone: 8022537638
- Hours of Operation:
Dinner: Wednesday - Saturday: 5:30pm - 8:30pm
- Payment Options: AMEX,Discover,MasterCard,Visa
- Cuisine: Creole / Cajun / Southern
- Executive Chef: Gary Jacobson
- Dress Code: Casual Dress
- Accepts Walk-Ins: Yes
- Additional Details: Fireplace, Full Bar, Non-Smoking Restaurant, Takeout, View
- Private Party Facilities: The dining area is divided into three distinct rooms allowing for small parties of 8 - 16 people for a private dining experience.
- Private Party Contact: Frank Wilson 8022537638
A word from Lagniappe at Ten Acres Lodge
Teach your taste buds a new language by visiting Lagniappe at Ten Acres Lodge. Featuring classic Cajun and Creole cuisine as well as some home grown recipes. Our relaxing dining room offers views in a homey environment. Classic New Orleans cocktails and desserts round out the dining experience. Come see for yourself what everyone in Stowe is talking about. Come join us for a little "Lagniappe". Be sure to ask what the words means!Continued
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Lagniappe at Ten Acres Lodge reviews from OpenTable diners
- Being from Louisiana and raisedOpenTable Diner Since 2012Dined on 3/17/2012Being from Louisiana and raised on Cajun food. The food was disappointing and not even cooked liked Louisianans.
- An outstanding balance ofOpenTable Diner Since 2012Dined on 3/10/2012An outstanding balance of spice and seasoning . A must experience for the creole. In all of us.Special Features:
- Our second time here- foodOpenTable Diner Since 2011Dined on 2/24/2012Our second time here- food is very very good- Cajun is hard to find "up north". Staff is very friendly.Special Features:
- Excellent food and serviceOpenTable Diner Since 2010Dined on 2/21/2012Excellent food and service even got a fat Tuesday treat.
- Great food in StoweOpenTable Diner Since 2012Dined on 2/18/2012Great food, but menu is limited, however each dish on the menu was amazing. Only one chicken dish, one beef (steak) and a few fish dishes. We went with our two teenage boys and they loved every bite. At first I thought I would not be able to find something each one would like especially since I have very simple eater. The steak was perfect for him and it was prepared just has he liked it. They also bring fried hushpuppies to the table before your meal; they were so good it was hard not full up on them even before the main course arrived. I would highly recommend this restaurant.Special Features:
- a great find in Stowe, VT.AMT5VIPDined on 2/18/2012a great find in Stowe, VT. A change from the typical bar-like places with really good homemade food! Excellent desserts and lovely wait staff.Special Features:
- hidden gemOpenTable Diner Since 2012Dined on 2/14/2012Valentines Day was a difficult day for me trying to find the ferfect place for my new wife and I. Lagniappe was a last resort that should have been our first choice. The service was probably the best service you will ever receive, very personable and attentive and funny. The food was great, im not big on the food they served but it was good, and at the end they gave us a plate of GIANT chocolate covered strawberries. AMAZING touch. We where sat at what they called the bests eat in the house, in front of a window overlooking stowe, YUP! The table was a tad small and hazardous to sit at(see for yourself) not that big of a deal. Thanks again!!Special Features:
- Service, food and ambiancespecialdate50Dined on 2/7/2012Service, food and ambiance all excellent-limited menu and wine list which was fine-very good portion sizes and priced very well. Would definitely go back and recommend it to othersSpecial Features:
- Food was great cagin but notOpenTable Diner Since 2012Dined on 1/27/2012Food was great cagin but not too spicey excellent for northern taste . Staff was fun waitress very attentive and helpful . Owner came around twice but not intrusive, friendly and nice. I would return there next time i am in Stowe area without a doubtSpecial Features:
- It was Fantastic! ServiceVisitorDined on 1/21/2012It was Fantastic! Service was great. A relaxing excellent dinner.Special Features:
- Good for small intimate groups.AliceMDined on 1/17/2012Good for small intimate groups. This place is a real gem. Frank (owner) has done a fine job with the menu and the Chef is out of this world. Grilled Oysters and hush puppies were to die for. We will definitely go back, lots! Thank you for the experience! J&JSpecial Features:
- This was a very nice Inn offOpenTable Diner Since 2007Dined on 1/12/2012This was a very nice Inn off the beaten track but not a long drive from it. The food was delicios and the helpings were, big! When I am skiing I like to eat hearty meals and this place did the trick,and then some. I say and then some because the name of the restaurant means, well, its like the 13 bagel in a bakers dozen! They are hands on, the owner comes over to every table. They care!Special Features:
- A great place for dinner!OpenTable Diner Since 2006Dined on 1/10/2012We loved our dinner at Lagniappe! The food and service are excellent! Our waitress made some wonderful recommendations. This is a great place to eat.Special Features:
- Where's the Crystal?MrTGrizzlyDined on 1/6/2012We went on a quiet night. Food was ok. Service was pleasant. My companiera liked her catfish. I think I ordered something with shrimp. It was not particularly memorable, though I liked the colorful heavy plates. I recall there were attempts at Cajun authenticity, yet there was no crystal hot sauce next to the bottle of tabasco. Even though I'm not from La, on a website called thekitchn dot com, my grumbing was explained: "The people of Louisiana have strong allegiance to one or the other, and a missing bottle of favorite hot sauce can be cause for much grumbling."
- AMAZING.OpenTable Diner Since 2006VIPDined on 12/30/2011This place was absolutely fantastic. Was semi-skeptical about southern food all the way up North but this place is a gem. Best discovery! Will definitely be going back!
- Absolutely delicious! QuaintandOpenTable Diner Since 2009VIPDined on 12/30/2011Absolutely delicious! Quaintand cozy/warm atmosphere. Kids were happy too! Will definitely go back when we visit the area again.Special Features:
- Friendly family run restaurantOpenTable Diner Since 2008VIPDined on 12/28/2011Friendly family run restaurant with awesome, authentic creole food!Special Features:
- Good Cajun food & warm peopleMrsJVIPDined on 12/23/2011Good food and really friendly people. We were there on a really freezing snowing night. It was still cold inside but the service was very warm. We were happy to find Cajun food. Something very different from others in the beautiful Stowe, VT.Special Features:
- My husband and I came acrossMikeswife2009VIPDined on 11/26/2011My husband and I came across this restaurant while approaching our final destination. Being from New Orleans we had to try it. We made reservations for dinner for the next night and we're glad we did. While it's not what I would consider 'real' cajun/creole cooking, it was very good. We both ordered the gumbo and while it was not the right color and the rice was piled on top of the gumbo, it was delicious. Probably some of the best gumbo I've ever had. I got the 'shrimp boil' and the shrimp were done perfectly. My hsuband got the jambalaya and he had to try to side order of red beans and rice. Well, the jambalaya was saucy and the red beans where just red beans mixed into rice (no sauce) he said both were good.
- We treated our guests to aOpenTable Diner Since 2011Dined on 11/25/2011We treated our guests to a dinner out at Lagniappe the night after Thanksgiving and it was really yummy. If you like Cajun, you'll like the food here. Prices were reasonable, especially since the portions were pretty big. Our server was very friendly. The Inn is a little dated, but quite charming. This is my second time here in a couple of months, and I definitely recommend it for dinner.
- disappointing. Food was goodOpenTable Diner Since 2010Dined on 11/19/2011disappointing. Food was good but nothing to write home about. Poor ventilation, our clothes still stink. sort of gloomy atmosphere.
- We found that Lagniappe wasOpenTable Diner Since 2009Dined on 11/12/2011We found that Lagniappe was ranked number one on trip adviser for the Stowe area so we decided to give it a try. We weren't sure about Creole food in VT but it was delicious. The gumbo was fantastic as was the chicken creole and the shrimp jambalaya. I would recommend giving this place a try.Special Features:
- I didn't care for the gumbeaux,AttiDined on 10/20/2011I didn't care for the gumbeaux, seasoning- very overpowering, either old bay or stuffing seasoning. Others liked the shrimp jambalaya and the shrimp etoufee. The deserts, bannanas foster,arrived cold, it was supposed to be prepared tableside, but chef was too busy. The bread pudding ,with bourbon was tasty, but the ice cream and whipped cream was soupy.The waitress was friendly and explained the menu, but later on the place was crowded and there were only two servers, so I noticed people waiting a long time for their food. I dont think I will be going back.Special Features:
- We loved the food - it wasDhdinesVIPDined on 10/15/2011We loved the food - it was delicious. Our waitress gave us excellent service and she was working very hard. The Lagniappe hush puppies were delicious and appreciated. We had read the reviews and were hoping they'd show up complimentary and they did. We enjoyed our Jambalaya and Etouffe leftovers. Would definitely go back.Special Features:
- The menu at Lagniappe althoughOpenTable Diner Since 2011Dined on 10/15/2011The menu at Lagniappe although limited is very good. We ate there on two occasions and both evenings the food was prepared well, served hot and was very, very good. The Chicken/Sausage Gumbo was delicious, with a mild bite. The Shrimp Jambalaya was loaded with shrimp and delicious. WOuld highly recommend for anyone that enjoys Creole style cooking!Special Features:
- Food was great! RemindedOpenTable Diner Since 2008VIPDined on 10/11/2011Food was great! Reminded my husband of the food he loved during his time in New Orleans. Entrees are big enough to share w/ leftovers if you have a starter or two. BBQ shrimp app and mashed sweet potatoe side are awesome. Only thing we noticed are that the red beans and rice were not in the traditional style.Special Features:
- Food was delicious....everythingOpenTable Diner Since 2011Dined on 10/9/2011Food was delicious....everything we ordered was excellent...would definitely visit again and add Lagniappe as one of our favorites in Stowe. Bananas Foster was outrageous !!!Special Features:
- Wonderful evening at Lagniappe.OpenTable Diner Since 2007VIPDined on 10/2/2011Wonderful evening at Lagniappe. Creative, friendly, cozy, delicious.Special Features:
- Charming old inn ambience.OpenTable Diner Since 2011Dined on 10/1/2011Charming old inn ambience. New Orleans theme menu offered a number on interesting alternatives. Quality of food was excellent, from appetizer through finish. Wonderful balance of seasonings and flavors. Wine - and Oregonian Pinot Gris - was excellent, and quite affordable.(If you like dark chocolate, the Lava Cake is a “must try”.) Service was mainly prompt and always congenial. One of our most pleasurable overall dining experiences in Vermont, and we live here!Special Features:
- Food was excellent. EnvironmentOpenTable Diner Since 2010Dined on 9/30/2011Food was excellent. Environment was quiet and perfect for a romantic dinner in a quaint ambiance.Special Features:
- The food at Lagniappe wasOpenTable Diner Since 2011Dined on 9/30/2011The food at Lagniappe was wonderful!!! My wife and I thoroughly enjoyed the food and the atmosphere. The seafood was cooked to perfection, tender and succulent. The wait staff was very helpful and attentive without being overbearing. Their recommendations were very good.Special Features:
- Food was very good but theIngaDined on 9/29/2011Food was very good but the service put them over the top!Special Features:
- Alpenglow at 10 AcresOpenTable Diner Since 2011Dined on 9/23/2011My wife and I totally enjoyed our Lagniappe experience, from the scenic location, and Vermont charm to the tasty spicy Creole food! This restaurant is wonderfully intimate. We sat in our own little "section" at the bay window over looking the meadow with a gorgeous mountain background complete with alpenglow! Our waitress Jacinthe was charming and engaging while at the same time very efficient. Our experience was all we hoped it would be and more!Special Features:
- Being from the south I haveOpenTable Diner Since 2011Dined on 9/23/2011Being from the south I have often been disapointed in the food in Stowe and Vermont in general. This was not the case at Lagniappe. The shrimp jambalaya was the best I have ever had. The atmosphere and mood of the restaurant was also perfect. I will be back.Special Features:
- This was our first time hereOpenTable Diner Since 2009Dined on 9/21/2011This was our first time here - we came here for our 30th Anniversary and the restaurant exceeded our expectations. We loved it!Special Features:
- The Cajun/Creole menu is excellent.OpenTable Diner Since 2010Dined on 9/17/2011The Cajun/Creole menu is excellent. We had the grilled oysters to start, then the Jambalaya and Etouffe. To close. the Bananas Foster. I would definitely recommend this restaurant to any who like a spicy cuisine!Special Features:
- I wanted to find a restaurantOpenTable Diner Since 2011Dined on 9/16/2011I wanted to find a restaurant that served food we wouldn't normally find in the UK. Lagniappe with it's cajun/creole themed cuisine fitted the bill perfectly. The venue was ideal for us at the edge of the Trapp Lodge estate where we were staying. Wonderful views all around you. The dining room was very eclectic and, in my opinion, a warm and romantic setting. Anyway, what can I say about the food, it was historic. There were so many strong and wonderful flavours coming through the food. I had the jambalya and my good friend has etoufée. On top of this both the chef and all the staff were very approachable, and friendly. I would thoroughly recommend this restaurant to anyone wanting to eat cajun food in the Vermont area.Special Features:
- Really enjoyed our dinnerStanLapVIPDined on 9/3/2011We were here for dinner on Saturday night during the Labor Day weekend. Well prepared grilled oysters touoched with garlic. A "lagniappe" (free course) of hush puppies. Superb etouffee. Very good bread pudding. Enjoyed the Cajun martini. Well-chosen and well-priced wine list. Gracious service, even though understaffed. Authentically Cajun. We'll be back.Special Features:
- This is not the first timeOpenTable Diner Since 2010Dined on 9/3/2011This is not the first time we have been there, but it was the first for our daughter and her family and our grandson - it was just excellent as usual. Cajun food done just right! Please try the pineapple salad and the gumbo - it is the best!Special Features:
- I had gone onto Restaurant.comOpenTable Diner Since 2009Dined on 8/27/2011I had gone onto Restaurant.com and gotten a $50 gift certificate for $25 and booked my reservation right after that. I emailed the owner, Frank, and requested some special touches for our 14th anniversary dinner. Most notably, was a Sazerac cocktail that my husband had raved about on a recent trip to Whistler, BC and no where in our surrounding area had even heard of it. This was the hit of the night! Our waitress, Michelle, was extremely friendly and joked with our kids. The food was fantastic - the complimentary hush puppies were delicious! Highly recommend Lagniappe to all who visit Stowe, VT!Special Features: