515 Canal St.
Brattleboro, VT 05301
Phone: (802) 254-2360
Fax: (802) 251-0910
Bars & Cafes
Enjoy crafted beers with quirky names at Vermont’s oldest brewery which has a quite a few award-winning beers to its credit. The hip and happy vibe of McNeill's Brewery is great for a late night out. The downtown brew pub lets you sample varieties of beer and dance the night away to peppy tunes.
The smell of freshly roasted organic, fair trade beans will rouse your senses at Mocha Joe’s Café in downtown Brattleboro. Opened in 1991, this popular coffee spot is known for their specialty brews and regularly features limited editions. You can also buy their products and other coffee paraphernalia to enhance your caffeine experience at home.
A place that has something for everyone, Whetstone Station houses a restaurant, a nano-brewery and a rooftop beer garden. It offers more than 60 uniquely crafted beers that can be sipped while enjoying a breathtaking beautiful waterfront view. Their delicious seasonal menu aims at delighting every patron, from kids to vegans. Live music events, trivia nights and community pint nights make it one of the most happening places in Vermont.
Putney Road Pub is a cosy, vintage pub inside Forty Putney Road Bed and Breakfast serving a variety of ales and craft beers. Drinks can be enjoyed on the sun porch or in the extended garden. It is a romantic place to spend the evening. They also have craft beer tastings and reservations are mandatory for attending beer tastings.
A tavern from the 1800s, 1846 Tavern & Restaurant offers guests a fine dining experience in its elegant wood furnished interiors. Located within the West Dover Inn, this restaurant offers its patrons meals made from fresh locally sourced ingredients. On weekend mornings they open their doors to guests, offering them a delicious breakfast. Thursday to Saturday evenings are the best time to drop in at the restaurant, when you will be enthralled by a live performance as you dine and wine.
A cross between a bar, coffeehouse and concert venue, Mocha Maya's offers guests a unique experience. Make a beverage selection from among organic fair-trade teas and coffee, micro-brews and wines, or their signature frozen hot chocolate. Their specialty martinis in flavors like espresso, passion fruit, blackberry and sour apple deserve a special mention. Touring musicians and bands comprise their unrivaled lineup that represents folk, alternative rock, jazz, pop, indie and soulful poetry.
A delightful amalgamation of a typical New England cuisine with a variety of different flavors from around the globe is what you can expect at Leslie's The Tavern at Rockingham. Originally a tavern from the late 1700s, the place was transformed into a fine dining restaurant by the Marston clan in 1986, retaining its history. The menu offers guests a tantalizing fare of steaks, salads,seafood, chops and chicken dishes. For those with dietary restrictions can try out their delectable vegetarian and gluten free dishes. Relish your meal at the breezy patio or by the warm fireplace.