(Closed for the season.) Yankee Magazine Editor’s Choice: Best Meal with a View. Private and group rooms available for overnight stay.
Classic pub to fancy fare in a comfortable setting. Outdoor seating and a “doggie menu”.
Homestyle cooking and baking in a cosmopolitan setting. Serving sides of jazz, Berkshire street life, and light cafe fare. Open 7am to 5pm daily. Closed Wednesdays.
North Adams’ hometown brewery and Hot Tomatoes’ side-kick, Crisp bring you beer, pizza, salad and more.
Features La Colombe coffee and seasonal homemade soups, delicious sandwiches, and fresh salads made with locally sourced ingredients from nearby farms.
Breakfast destination with overstuffed omelets, fluffy pancakes topped with strawberries and whip cream, and more. Open 7 days.
Japanese, Chinese and Korean cuisine with a sushi bar. Eat-in or take out. Open 7 days.
Authentic Mexican fare and a variety of margaritas. Outdoor dining available.
American, Italian, and Greek cuisine open 7 days for lunch, dinner, or takeout.
Fresh made salsa, guacamole, and favorite Mexican food. Margaritas too.
Longtime low-key Italian institution with dinerlike setting serving pasta, salad & such for sharing.
No cooler roadhouse anywhere. Ask Bob Dylan and Joan Baez.
Hearty American pub fare located in a historic district.
Traditional steakhouse fare with hearty bistro options using locally sourced ingredients. Outdoor seating or fireside during the colder months. Breakfast, brunch, lunch, and dinner.
Located on the historic Route 2 hairpin turn featuring outdoor dining with a panoramic view of North Adams, Williamstown, Adams, and Clarksburg.
Contemporary French cuisine with global influences. Brunch on Sunday.
Traditional Italian classics served in downtown North Adams.
Featuring some of Austria’s most delicious foods, like authentic wiener schnitzel, goulash, and spätzle along with classic American and continental dishes.
Steak, seafood, and traditional American cuisine.
Contemporary American menu and twists on classically inspired French brasserie cuisine. Large selection of specialty craft beers and extensive wine list.
Hand stretched, hearth baked pizza, salads, gelato, and more. Enjoy a slice out back by the Green River.
Casual American fare.
A North Adams institution. Handmade hamburgers, hot dogs, french fries, and more since 1917. Open Monday-Saturday 10am-7pm. Closed Sunday.
Specializes in regional American cuisine with an emphasis on local fresh and seasonal ingredients and Italian regional influences.
Korean and Japanese cuisine
(Closed for the season.) Ice cream, fruit smoothies, and summer fun.
Homemade soups, fresh salads, quiche, signature sandwiches, hot/cold burritos and ice cream.
A unique and vibrant venue at Williams College for all to enjoy entertainment, good conversation & great food and drink.
Crowded with the people you want to meet: hikers, skiers and locals.
Contemporary American cuisine highlighting the best of the season in support of independent farmers and artisan producers.
Elegant simplicity of French Country Cuisine in the charm of an 18th-century farmhouse. Dinner Tuesday-Sunday from 5pm.
The place to watch sports or enjoy a full menu, outdoor dining, and more!
Wings and a huge selection of beers, along with other pub fare, make this a popular spot for locals and visitors.
Lunch and dinner in a family-friendly environment. Pizza, Greek, American, and Italian dishes. Open 7 days, 9am-11pm.
Try the Zonker Harris or the Mary Tyler Moore, all of the sandwiches named after celebrities.
Family owned and operated classic dairy bar. Fish fry, ice cream, enjoyed at a colorful picnic table.
Pizza, grinders, salads, pasta, and more available to eat in, take out, and for delivery.
American and Mediterranean fare specializing in kebobs, sampler platter of hummus, tabouli, grape leaves, sautéed falafel, and smoky grilled eggplant puree, as well as a large variety of wraps.
Authentic dive bar, local color
Casual, inventive American food. Extensive craft beer selection with 11 taps and over a dozen bottled, curated wine list, and inventive cocktail offerings. Lunch and dinner.
Classic pub fare and a wide selection of beer. Lunch and dinner.
Burgers, beer, and open mic on Thursday nights.
Coffee roastery, café, art gallery & event space in West Stockbridge.
Modern Indian cuisine. Executive lunch buffet weekdays and Maharaja brunch buffet served weekends.
Breakfast, lunch, and dinner. Sit-down or takeout.
Cafe and market open Wednesday thru Sunday.
Japanese and Thai cuisine. Lunch and dinner served daily.
Bar menu featuring New American cuisine and New England classics made with local ingredients.
Quesadillas, tacos, tamales, and giant burritos. Eat-in or take-out.
Coffee roaster, espresso bar, and bakery. Open daily 6am-6pm.
Coffee roaster, espresso bar, and bakery.
Open to the public.
Steak, seafood, and tavern fare with a wide selection of beer, wine and spirits.
Salad bar, hot buffet, soups, and grab-and-go sandwiches and other gourmet items.
It’s a barnyard party for the new lambs, piglets, calves and chicks that will fill the Round Stone Barn at Hancock Shaker Village.
Every Thursday. Community potluck dinner on the farm. All are welcome!
Sustainably produced berries, vegetables, and cut flowers.
A Community Supported Agriculture (CSA) farm with an emphasis on sustainable agriculture.
Voted best fresh corn in the summer by locals.
A working dairy farm with a farm store carrying their own artisanal cheese, raw milk, grass-fed beef, whey-fed pork, eggs from their flock, and more. Also a celebration venue.
A small farmstead dairy creating Skyr, market cheese, cultured butter, buttermilk, and pasteurized whole Jersey milk.
From pancake breakfast at the Calf-A to fresh maple syrup or fun at Uncle Don’s Barnyard, fun for everyone!
For over 130 years their third-generation family-owned farm has been growing apples at the base of Mt. Greylock.
A family farm that makes Pure Maple Syrup. We have a farm stand, grass fed beef, and wood operation.
Pick your own tree fruit and enjoy fresh baked goods.
Certified organic produce, Community Supported Agriculture (CSA), farmers markets in Bennington and Dorset, VT.
Pick your own strawberries and blueberries.
Home to a herd of alpacas raised for their beautiful yarns, maple syrup, and sleigh rides.
Bennington County’s oldest certified organic farm with an elevation of 1,400 feet. Year-round CSA and produce available at the Bennington Farmers Market.
Berkshire Farm & Table has created virtual Taste Trails for residents and visitors to explore and enjoy throughout the seasons.
Meander along the trail for hand-crafted wines and artisanal cheeses.
The A-Frame Bakery offers unique handmade specialty products made from scratch with the finest all natural ingredients – fresh butter, eggs, milk, cream, premium chocolate and nuts. Holiday bake goods.
Email BabyCakes2468@gmail.com for cakes, scones, pies, and bread! At the farmers market in the summer and delivery available to Williams College.
Scratch-baked artisan sourdough breads, exquisite pastries, authentic Dutch treats & vegan soups made using local, organic & all-natural ingredients.
Tap room and market with eight revolving beers on tap.
A local, family-owned business created to bring area residents and local farms together.
North Adams has a hometown brew!
Home delivery in the north Berkshires. Like their Facebook page to learn about each month’s schedule. Or call 413-662-2291 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Wine, spirits, and beer.
Tasting room and retail shop featuring regional craft beer, wine, cheese, sausage and local specialty foods. Growlers filled here!
Mission: Maple is lovingly made at Ramblewild’s FSC-certified forests. It is available for purchase at the Ramblewild lodge or by mail.
A nose to tail butcher shop that sources pasture-raised animals from local farmers.
Wine, beer and spirits.
Beer, wine, and spirits.
Natural groceries, locally grown produce, health products, beer/wine, and deli.
Wine and spirits in south county.
Guido’s harmoniously blends classic marketplace atmosphere with up to the minute goods and services.
Handmade extracts including there famous vanilla.
Saturday mornings and Tuesday afternoons during the summer.
Saturday mornings from 9am-1pm.
Saturdays from 9am-1pm
Saturdays 9am-1pm at the base of Spring Street
Salad bar, hot buffet, soups, and grab-and-go sandwiches and other gourmet items.