Vermont Tap House



70 Marshall Avenue, Williston, VT 05496 Visit Website | 802-879-7060 |


Parking: Yes
This new restaurant is located in the space that formerly occupied the spot known as Ponderosa. It now serves wood fired pizzas and pub food.  You will find popcorn chicken, wings, artichoke and spinach dip right alongside sandwiches and more.


4 reviews
  • September 2, 2013
    "My husband and I are always interested in trying new restaurants in the area. We went with high hopes, based on the other reviews. We were sadly disappointed and will not return. The atmosphere is fine, but they have opened the space right up and there is nothing to absorb the noise. Even though the restaurant was mostly empty, the noise echoed badly and we could not have a conversation comfortably. As for the pizza ugh! They charge 1.50 to 2.50 per topping and then they really scrimp on the topping they charged you for. The pizza was mostly bare. Pricey and definitely not worth the price. Not recommended."
    - Aeryn
  • August 30, 2013
    "I have visited twice and both times have enjoyed my experience. Tried the sampler of beer which was probably a little over a full glass of beer. I like the info sheet that comes with to show which beers o am trying I enjoyed all of them. Pizza was delicious, although the bacon oh bacon pizza could have used a little more bacon. Wings are some if the best I have had in the area it is hard to find good wings in the area. Great atmosphere, maybe a little noisy when you walk on, but didn't notice once I was seated by the front window with a great view of the pizza oven which also had a great woodsy smell. This place is a great option to get away from all the chains and big box offered in williston. Will definately be back "
    - casey jones
  • August 25, 2013
    "If you want to stay away from chain restaurants and fried food, the Vermont Tap House is a great alternative to the other choices in the Taft Corners area of Williston. I was pleased to see local ingredients infused into the menu. I was never in Ponderosa so I cannot compare the space. I found the dinning room to be large and bright. Lots of booths, tables and a large family style table in the bar area. There were plenty of high chairs too. The woodfired pizza oven area is in back, but guests can monitor the pizza action on a TV that is posted in the bar. Food choices were pretty diverse. Lots of pizza obviously. But there were several appetizers, salads and sandwiches. We weren't offered a separate kids menu but all the food seemed pretty kidfriendly."
    - missmagpie
  • August 25, 2013
    "My husband, 17 month old and I went this week. The pizza was great and the atmosphere fabulous! The fried calamari wasn't the best I've had oil seemed old but did the job. You can tell the employees are still working on getting into the swing of things and many seemed new to serving. Understandable since it a very new place. Great place to bring the kiddies!"
    - carynmamma

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