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Above Par

Located on the pristine Ralph Myhre Golf Course situated between the beautiful Green Mountains serving fresh local food and full bar with local… Read More


Aqua ViTea

Merrily making delicious, authentic, non-alcoholic Kombucha on-tap and in bottles. Handcrafted in Vermont, with love, for all to enjoy. We are the first… Read More



Coriander is a quintessential bistro with food that makes you feel good. Organic and locally-sourced whenever possible, our seasonal menu is a collaboration of incredible local farms, farmers, artisans and community members. We capitalize upon nourishing ingredients to create intelligent local fare. There's something for everyone. It's all good. We can't wait to feed you. Read More


We sell Prosciutto, Buffalo Mozzarella, fresh seafood, imported & domestic Italian products & wines… We also prepare all kinds of sandwiches, salads…. fresh seafood...pan seared, fried, broiled or steamed. Read More


Crossroads, in McCullough Student Center, is a student-run business committed to using local, organic, and sustainable products whenever possible. Items include fruit smoothies, coffee and tea, homemade baked goods, soups, and sushi. Read More


Daily Grind

The Daily Grind is a coffee shop that also offers an assortment of breakfast and lunch options, conveniently located on Merchants Row in… Read More


Drop In Brewing Company

The Drop-In Brewing Company has been in business since the summer of 2012. Opening their own brewery was a dream for Steve Parkes and Christine Mckeever-Parkes of Salisbury since purchasing the prestigious American Brewers Guild nearly twenty years ago. Their dream became a reality when they acquired an old plumbing supply building on Route 7 South in Middlebury, Vermont. With over 30 years of commercial brewing experience, beginning with his own degree in brewing science at Scotland’s Heriot-Watt University, Steve will continue to brew a variety of artisan beers, that will continue to advance the craft brewing movement here in Vermont, and in America. Read More