Where To Eat
With a nice mix of restaurants, cafes, coffee bars, champagne/wine bars and bakeries, all within easy walking distance of our screening venues, Middlebury offers Festival goers plenty of opportunities to grab and go or sit and schmooze.
51 Main at the Bridge
(802) 388-1063 | Website
51 Main is open to all who want to experience the beautiful setting, great food with an international flair and music and art that changes in style and presentation regularly. Live music is available nearly every evening Thursday – Saturday.
(802) 388-3300 | Website
Experience fire-side dining and good food fresh from the earthen oven. Along with salads & desserts, all natural beverages, wines, and microbrews, the restaurant offers all-natural flatbread pizzas featuring Addison County- and Vermont-raised ingredients.
(802) 388-4961 | Website
Whether dining inside or on the great wraparound porch at Morgan’s Tavern at the Middlebury Inn, enjoy the benefits of well prepared, locally sourced fresh food from dedicated small farmers, artisan cheese makers and specialty meat suppliers.
(802) 388-6408 | Website
A lively local gathering place, Sama’s Cafe offers a wide variety of items throughout the day, including omelets, wraps, paninis, salads and wood-fired brick oven pizza. Sama’s also features creemies and Hershey’s premium ice cream at a walk up window.
(802) 989-7020 | Website
Sparkling is a unique champagne and sparkling wine bar located in a historic building in the center of Middlebury. Offering an extensive selection of sparkling wines and champagnes, Sparkling pours several by the glass and all are available by the bottle.