Middlebury, VT



Welcome to Middlebury Hearth!

In the historic Marble Works district.

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We’re Closed! But not for good! We’ll be back!

Due to concerns about COVID-19 and the lack of resources to provide testing for those who may have been exposed to the virus, we’ve decided to close the restaurant for the time being. Even though our mission is always to provide amazing and nourishing food to our community, we believe the best thing we can do right now to help people stay safe and healthy is to limit exposure as much as possible, even if it means closing our doors for a brief time.

We plan to reopen as soon as possible, and we’ll be posting regular updates on social media or on this page as to when we’ll be back.

In the meantime, thank you so much for your support, stay healthy, and we’ll see you soon!

 

 


Book your next event at Flatbread!

If you have any questions regarding events or benefit bakes, please email our events coordinator Chloe Ferrone at chloe@americanflatbread.com.



Keep in touch.

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Get in on the Middlebury Flatbread community – connect with us on Facebook and Instagram for specials, events and more! And you’re welcome to call us at (802) 388-3300 with your thoughts. We always love to hear from you!


Driving from Middlebury College?

Just go around the construction in town!

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About Marble Works

 

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The Marble Works once processed marble and other rock from Brandon, Vermont. Many historic buildings in the area, such as St. Mary’s Church which was completed in 1903, were built incorporating this local marble and are still standing. In fact, the Marble Works themselves were erected with  scrap marble accumulated during the processing! Today, the Marble Works hosts many Vermont-owned businesses and is a hub of activity in downtown Middlebury.