With a seasonal and locally-sourced menu, Duo was named one of the best 100 Farm-to-Table restaurants in America. The Boston Globe reported that “the airy room manages to feel both rustic and elegant.”
In addition to groceries, fresh food is made daily, including brick oven pizza, buffet, salad bar, soup, sandwiches, and smoothies. Take out or eat in the Café.
Known for its seasonal ice cream stand outside and traditional diner fare inside, the Chelsea Royal Diner is a favorite with locals and travelers.
Right on Route 9, Vermont Country Deli offers unique gift baskets full of Vermont and New England made products, as well as renowned sandwiches, savory pastries, decadent desserts, and gourmet to-go fare.
Offering gorgeous views of the sunset, where the West River meets the Connecticut, the Marina provides traditional American fare in hearty portions, with a focus on fresh seafood and a full bar overlooking the water.
A genuine pit BBQ overlooking the West River. Specialties which include: hickory smoked pork, beef brisket & ribs, grilled chicken, and Cajun & vegetarian entrees.
The Brattleboro Area Farmers Market is Southern Vermont’s premier farmers market, featuring over 50 vendors with food, crafts, music, and more.
Serving a plethora of Asian cuisine, Panda North provides a consistently delicious menu along with pleasant service. Be sure to split a Scorpion Bowl for two!
Enjoy dining in the modern, yet rustic New England atmosphere, “along the way” to Brattleboro. Each Thursday boasts a different specials menu that features cuisine from a variety of locales.
Just up South Road from the Festival, the Whetsone Inn provides warmth and charm in its living and dining areas with pastoral views of Vermont.