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Press Releases

The Farmhouse Group Advances with Exciting, New Developments to Guild & Company Steakhouse and Guild Fine Meats
Guild & Company Steakhouse on Williston Road in South Burlington has expanded its dinner menu to include more casual menu offerings. Dry Aged LaPlatte River Farm Beef Burger ($16), Wood Grilled Misty Knoll Chicken Sandwich ($12), and a Farmhouse-inspired Beef & Pork Meatloaf with mashed potatoes and bordelaise sauce ($19) are all recent additions. The new menu begins next week starting Monday, February 18th.

To support the growing demand for quality local meats, Guild & Company will open its 5000 square foot USDA approved meat processing facility in Winooski. Overseeing the operation, Master Butcher Frank Pace and Chef Tom Deckman will purchase whole pigs and whole steer direct from farms such as Vermont Heritage Grazers of Bridport and LaPlatte River Angus Farm of Shelburne. Renovations have already begun, with an expected opening of late spring.


The Farmhouse Group shares its Craft for Dry Aged Local Beef and Innovative Cocktails with Opening of Guild & Company
South Burlington, Vermont, October 17, 2012: Guild & Company, a farm-to-table steakhouse created by the team behind Farmhouse Tap & Grill, opens its doors serving up dry aged, locally sourced beef. Partnering with Master Butcher Frank Pace to head up the meat processing and dry aging facility that provides the source for the steak and other prepared meats, Guild & Company redefines the eat-local dining experience by being completely involved in every step it takes to bring the field to the guest’s plate.



The Price Isn’t Right
Thank you for featuring Guild & Company in last week’s Seven Days [“High Steaks,” November 21]. Like any new restaurant, we have a few kinks to work out, but we’re fully committed to delivering the best possible guest experience. Along those lines, writer Alice Levitt poses an interesting question in her review: What is a quality local food experience worth?

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Burlington Free Press

Restauranteurs aim to fine tune meat with planned processing plant
“Guild and Company is the new restaurant of the Farmhouse Group, local businessmen (aka Catamount Hospitality) who own the Farmhouse Tap and Grill and El Cortijo, a pair of restaurants on Bank Street. The steakhouse will be on Williston Road in the renovated space where the Ground Round used to be.”

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Seven Days

Better with Age

Side Dishes: Long-awaited steakhouse Guild & Company opens
“Guild & Company officially opened its doors in South Burlington on Monday, joining the Farmhouse Tap & Grill and El Cortijo Taqueria Y Cantina on the roster of Catamount Hospitality restaurants.”

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Sharpening the Knives Side Dishes: Guild & Company to open by October 1
“The 200-seat South Burlington restaurant will have an expansive bar and lounge, leather booths, custom lighting from Conant Metal and Light, and a 60-seat private dining room with a fireplace. A glimpse at the menu reveals porchetta, dry-rubbed whole chickens, legs of lamb, rabbits and whole fish, all of which will be cooked on the spit roaster.”

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