Vermont Apple Pies on Depot Street in Proctorsville started out as just that - a pie bakery. It has grown into so much more.
Owner-operator Cheryl James said that her home bakery has grown into a family run breakfast, lunch and dessert restaurant. She features exceptional waffles, great omelets and handmade cinnamon buns - to mention just a few of the items on the menu.
"Everything is homemade and made to order," James said. "There is nothing out of a can. This is not fast food. As my grandmother used to say, if you want something great, sometimes you have to wait."
Her grandmother had a great influence on James, who began baking at age 4. The old-fashioned, quaint and homey atmosphere of her restaurant is a tribute to her grandmother, as is the quality of the food produced there. Only the freshest berries and other ingredients are used.
Open from 8 a.m. to 2 p.m. everyday, you will find no ordinary food at Vermont Apple Pies.