A new fresh food market includes two chefs, an in-house butcher, a staff with decades in the service industry, and a top-of-the-line smokehouse to go along with a world-class grocery selection and beer cave.
A wood-fired brick oven serves up organic baked sweet treats and bread along with gourmet hand-shaped wood-fired pizzas using locally sourced fresh ingredients.
MACH'S MARKET has always been a cornerstone for Pawlet village. Our core value has always been buying local agricultural products that support a true local economy. Thus building a sustainable future that will support local farmers, strengthen rural communities, and help keep Vermont’s landscape a place we can continue to treasure.
In 1945, the Mach family purchased the former Franklin Hotel from Ruth Sheldon. John Mach, a visionary for his time, planned for the future of Pawlet with imagination and wisdom. He converted the 1804 original brick building into a general store for the community and made the bold decision to expand over the Flower Brook gorge.
Buying local agricultural products supports local farmers, strengthens rural communities, and helps keep Vermont’s landscape a place we can continue to treasure.
Robert Wood in Pawlet
Valley View Maple in Pawlet
Consider Bardwell Farm in West Pawlet
Woodlawn Farm in Pawlet
Mighty Food Farm in Shaftsbury
Brown's Orchard in Castleton
Yoder Farm in Danby
Laughing Child Farm in Pawlet
Maplebrook Farm in North Bennington
North Meadow Farm in Manchester
Walnut Hill Farm in Pawlet
Monument Farms Dairy in Weybridge
Misty Knolls Farm in New Haven
Stonewood Farms Turkey in Orwell
Five Generations Creamery in Glover
Middletown Farm in South Londonderry
Oak Summit Farm in Pawlet
Vermont Barrel Aged in Pawlet