Welcome

Two Brothers Tavern is located in the heart of Middlebury, VT. Enjoy upscale Vermont-inspired comfort fare in our charismatic tavern, cozy dining room or lower-level lounge. Our affordable menu and extensive selection offers something for everyone!

What’s On Tap

Tuesday Tacos & Cantina Night

Our Taco Tuesdays have been incredibly popular, so much so that we're expanding them to include a variety of Mexican fare! We'll continue to offer a variety of tacos every Tuesday night that you can mix and match, as well as Mexican-inspired appetizers and entrees! We'll also always have our full menu available, for those of you not in a Mexican mood... So, join us for Tuesday Tacos and Cantina … [Read more...]

Candied Bacon…’nuff said.

We've served candied bacon at a few private parties in the Lounge, and it was so popular that we are bringing it upstairs! We will now have Candied Bacon available as a special every Sunday, all day long, in the Tavern. You will want to try this. But, be warned...it's addictive! … [Read more...]

Our New Spring Menu!

Today is the debut of our new spring menu! Chef Matt Corrente has added some delicious new items for spring, including a Fresh Market Gazpacho, a Spring Asparagus Salad, Switchback Mussels, a Stonewood Farm Turkey Burger, a Maine Lobster Roll, and Rock Shrimp Risotto. Our new menu also features seasonal updates to some of our favorite dishes, including our Duclos & Thompson Pork Schnitzel, the … [Read more...]

It’s A Shore Thing!

Two Brother's Tavern is proud to offer a rotating selection of East Coast oysters from Earth and Sea Fish Co. every weekend. Chef Matt Corrente offers each variety of oyster chilled on the half shell, or hot off the grill. Be sure to check in regularly to try this week's bounty! … [Read more...]

Two Brothers Craft Cocktails

Our bartenders have been working hard to concoct delicious new craft cocktails for spring. Our list has expanded, and features some old favorites as well as some exciting new offerings - including a tasty pomegranate and prosecco pairing we're calling The Beallini, and the Monarch Margarita, with Appalachian Gap Papilio Tequila and blood orange juice (pictured here). Virtually all of our craft … [Read more...]