I have eaten here a few times while in VT. The food is typical Friendly's. It's good and close to something you might be able to pull off at home. I imagine this can be a good and bad thing to people. The sandwiches are good and FF's are excellent. As a kid, I ate at the one in Manchester, NH all the time after roller skating. Yes, roller skating. You know, you wear things on your feet with little wheels on them, hold a girl's hand and skate in a large oval to Journey. Anyway.
I wonder why Eric's review only netted Friendly's two stars. It really isn't a review but more of a info post. It's an old post so I imagine Eric has moved on. But if anyone knows our quick penned friend, ask him to elaborate. Leaving those two stars dangling is a disservice to CitySearch and Friendly's and us readers.