Restaurant permanently closed!! Principals moved to California. Property for sale. It was wonderful when open.
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It was a good restaurant, but it's been closed for some time, and the property is up for sale. Sad to see it go.
Middlebrook is hidden away in Fairlee, Vt., but is worth the 40 minute drive for us to go here for dinner. The setting is beautiful and the food is excellent. The service was superb. My husband and I invited two other couples to go to...More
My wife and I were recommend this spot during our recent road trip. This turned out to be one of the highlights of our vacation! The restaurant is charming and sits on a breathtaking landscape. The food and services was beyond wonderful. My wife had...More
We have eaten at restaurants all over the US and this is one of our favorite restaurants ever. The food is fresh and delicious, the farm house is beautiful, the service very kind, and the bread delicious too (the best test for a restaurant). Great...More
I am glad we ignored the past negative review and read further back, deciding to make reservations and dine here for our 10th anniversary this past weekend! The restaurant is beautiful. Post and beams, rustic tables and windows overlooking a variety of gorgeous flower and...More
We have dined at Middlebrook throughout the years but it was closed for awhile and this is our first time back. Years ago, it was one of the first farm to table restaurants in the area. The setting is beautiful and we had a superb...More
Here is what a got for $29: A piece of somewhat edible pheasant, some potatoes and some tough chard stalks. No sauce, no bread, no salad. I don't think I've ever spent $29 on an entree before and boy was this a disappointment. The whole...More
The grounds of this restaurant and the restaurant itself is beautiful. The food however is over priced for the amount of food you get. My boyfriend has seared sea scallops a whopping total of 4 not big at all on a bed of polenta. The...More
I was really excited about dining here for a special occasion based on word of mouth and these reviews. We live in East Randolph and our choices are Montpelier, Randolph, or NH but we like to go to Lake Fairlee in the summer and thought...More