Themed Itineraries

Itinerary: Foodies

Epicurean faves for those who love to eat.

Looking for a culinary expedition? Look no further than the Berkshires! From exquisite farm-to-table dining to local artisanal items, your taste buds will thank you.

Farm-to-table options include Mezze Bistro in Williamstown, a classic bistro-style restaurant offering refined contemporary American cuisine and warm hospitality in a historic 19th century building — all with locally-sourced ingredients. Or visit Cricket Creek Farm for spectacular cheeses, grass-fed meat and other artisanal food options.

Make sure you stop in Great Barrington and Lenox as well to dine at Zagat-rated restaurants such as Prairie Whale and Nudel.

See our list of additional options below and create your perfect culinary getaway.

Sleep and eat:

Shirakaba Guest House serves house-made Japanese in their tatami Ume No Ma room. Meals generally for guests, a dinner-only option offered on weekdays during shoulders and off-season. Reservations a must. (New Ashford)

Locally sourced farm-to-table dining:

Mezze (Williamstown)
Nudel (Lenox)

Best by the fireplace:

Mill on the Floss (New Ashford)

Spectacular cheeses, grass-fed meat, and local artisanal products:

Cricket Creek Farm (Williamstown)

Coffee worth a (beautiful) drive:

Six Depot (West Stockbridge)


Spirits and more:

West’s on Spring Street (Williamstown) is the mini version of this North Adams diamond in the rough. 20% off 6 bottles.
Nejaime’s (Lenox, Great Barrington) is a classy, south county institution.

Berkshire Cider Project @ Greylock WORKS


AOK Berkshire BBQ (the brisket melts in your mouth)

Outstanding place to stock up:

Guidos Marketplace (Pittsfield)

More than just nuts and berries:

Wild Oats (Williamstown) is a full-service natural grocery specializing in local, organic and whole foods.

Superlative vanilla extract since 1888:

Charles Baldwin & Sons (West Stockbridge)

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