At the Heart of Brattleboro
Located right in the center of downtown Brattleboro Vermont, the River Garden Marketplace strives to provide a lively and comfortable meeting place for all. Combining craft food, craft beverages, live entertainment, indoor and outdoor seating, a craft market and event venue under one dramatic glass ceiling.
Twenty draft lines and over fifty bottles and cans, carefully curated from amazing breweries from Vermont and beyond. Plus a curated cocktail menu and full bar.
With a rotating collection of guest chefs and an always changing menu, the River Garden Craft Kitchen offers something tasty for everyone.
An art market like you’ve never seen, located right inside the light-filled River Garden Marketplace. A constantly rotating collection of locally made art and hand crafted products, all from local creators.
Need Space For Your Event?
Our ground-level area boasts ample natural light and a terrific view from our patio. This space can seat 30 on the patio and 50 inside, with a comfortable combined standing capacity of 100. This is a semi-private rental with the bar space open to the public.
Our spacious and private downstairs area provides a fully-exclusive experience, complete with a private bar. This area seats 45, with a comfortable standing capacity of 75.
We host a ton of amazing events at the River Garden! From live music, to open mic, to comedy and even paint and sips, there’s a ton of stuff going on at the River Garden Marketplace.
Showing for the month of September. Sara Longworth is a fiber artist living in Rutland, VT. She has been working with wool for over 14 years. Her creations are bright and whimsical and showcase her love of nature and Vermont. Her collection at the River Garden includes needle felted ornaments, faux felt plants and other…
Showing September through November. Tricia creates necklaces inspired by nature and outdoor lifestyles. Incorporating stones from rivers and oceans and sea glass she collects on her travels to create One-of-a-kind necklaces. Tricia has always been intrigued by rocks and minerals. Tricia’s Treasures came about after a trip to Sorrento, Italy where she collected beautiful pieces…