Markets & Events

Cricket Creek Farm

Williamstown

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.

Wild Oats Market

Williamstown

The cafe serves a buffet of hot dishes, a salad bar, soups, grab-and-go sandwiches and other gourmet items, along with coffee and pastries to eat in the cafe or take away.

Store at Five Corners

South Williamstown

At the intersection of Route 7 and Route 43, the bakery and cafe serves artisan coffee, home-made pastries, soups and sandwiches and offers a small selection of wines and fresh produce, with a communal table and glassed in porch.

Farmers Market: Bennington Farmers Market

Bennington, VT

One of the few year-round farmers’ markets in the area featuring fresh greens, root veggies, baked goods, dairy products, meats, crafts, music and more.

Farmers Market: Downtown Pittsfield Farmers Market

Pittsfield

You can find locally made, grown and roasted fare year-round from Assembly Coffee Roasters to Balderdash Cellars, Cricket Creek Farm, Mountain Girl Farm, Smokey Divas, Square Roots Farm and more.

Williamstown Farmers Market

Stroll, snack, and shop local at the Williamstown Farmers Market every Saturday 9am-1pm from May to October at the Spring Street Parking Lot.

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Local Food & Spirits

Cricket Creek Farm

Williamstown

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.

Lickety Split

Williamstown

The local scoop shop has moved to the bottom of Spring Street, serving a range from more than 160 flavors of Steve Herrell’s locally made ice cream.

A-Frame Bakery

Williamstown

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.

Wild Oats Market

Route 2 Corridor

Natural groceries, locally grown produce, health products, beer/wine, and deli.

Store at Five Corners

South Williamstown

At the intersection of Route 7 and Route 43, the bakery and cafe serves artisan coffee, home-made pastries, soups and sandwiches and offers a small selection of wines and fresh produce, with a communal table and glassed in porch.

Bakkerij Krijnen

Bennington, VT

Scratch-baked artisan sourdough breads, exquisite pastries, authentic Dutch treats & vegan soups made using local, organic & all-natural ingredients.

Clarksburg Bread Co.

Clarksburg

Home delivery in the north Berkshires. Like their Facebook page to learn about each month’s schedule. Or call 413-662-2291 or email clarksburgbread@gmail.com.

Food for Thought: Dinner with Jake Levin

Hancock Shaker Village

November 9, 2019 6:00 PM - November 9, 2019 9:00 PM

Levin, a native of the Berkshires, will demonstrate mouthwatering smoking and curing methods and discuss how out meat-eating decisions impact the environment.

Taste Trails

Throughout Berkshire County

Berkshire Farm & Table has created virtual Taste Trails for residents and visitors to explore and enjoy throughout the seasons.

Guido’s Marketplace

Pittsfield

Guido?s harmoniously blends classic marketplace atmosphere with up to the minute goods and services.

Mountaintop Country Eats

Savoy

Custom Butcher Services which includes a full array of smoked and cured meats, sausages and bacon from locally-raised animals, using natural products, with catering service for BBQ?s, pig roasts and clam bakes.

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Places to Eat

Lodge: Bascom Lodge on Mount Greylock

Top of Mount Greylock

Bascom Lodge is a rustic stone and wood building at the summit Mount Greylock, built by the Civilian Conservation Corps in the 1930s on the Appalachain Trail. It is open from May to October.

Mezze Bistro & Bar

Williamstown

Contemporary American cuisine highlighting the best of the season in support of independent farmers and artisan producers.

Public Eat+Drink

North Adams

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.

BrewHaHa

North Adams

Known for their moist muffins, omelettes and frittatas, fair trade coffees, and farm-to-table cooking decades before it became a national movement, this local mainstay has newly re-opened in the West End Market.

Coyote Flaco

Williamstown

An authentic Mexican restaurant serves a broad range of traditoinal and savory dishes and a variety of margaritas in a relaxed family style, with outdoor dining in warn weather and a warm hearth in the winter. Click here for menu

Lickety Split

Williamstown

The local scoop shop has moved to the bottom of Spring Street, serving a range from more than 160 flavors of Steve Herrell’s locally made ice cream.

A-Frame Bakery

Williamstown

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.

Wild Oats Market

Williamstown

The cafe serves a buffet of hot dishes, a salad bar, soups, grab-and-go sandwiches and other gourmet items, along with coffee and pastries to eat in the cafe or take away.

Store at Five Corners

South Williamstown

At the intersection of Route 7 and Route 43, the bakery and cafe serves artisan coffee, home-made pastries, soups and sandwiches and offers a small selection of wines and fresh produce, with a communal table and glassed in porch.

Hot Tomatoes

Williamstown

Hand-stretched, hearth-baked pizza, salads, gelato, and more, with outdoor tables where visitors can enjoy a slice out back by the Green River.

Jack’s Hot Dog Stand

North Adams

A North Adams institution. Handmade hamburgers, hot dogs, french fries, and more since 1917. Open Monday-Saturday 10am-7pm. Closed Sunday.

Korean Garden

North Adams

Korean and Japanese cuisine, sushi, dumplings and shumai and more.

Casa Lina

Melahat and Fahri Karakaya, owners of Pera Bistro on Spring Street, serve Northern Italian fare and tapas.

Meng’s Pan Asian

The former Sushi House has re-launched with sushi specials, Chinese comfort food, mochi and more.

EAT Restaurant

Colonial Plaza

Casual fresh Italian cuisine.  EAT is open Tuesday from 4-9 Wednesday and Thursday 11:30 to 9 Friday and Saturday 11:30 to 10 Sunday 4-8.  413-458-6164

Bright Ideas Brewing

North Adams

This modern craft brewery in North Adams offers numerous beers to try in its inviting taproom.

Cafe Seven

The Clark Art Institute

Features La Colombe coffee and seasonal homemade soups, delicious sandwiches, and fresh salads made with locally sourced ingredients from nearby farms.

Chopsticks

Williamstown

Japanese, Chinese and Korean cuisine with a sushi bar. Eat-in or take out. Open 7 days.

Cozy Corner

Williamstown

American, Italian, and Greek cuisine open 7 days for lunch, dinner, or takeout.

Desperados

Williamstown & North Adams

Fresh made salsa, guacamole, and favorite Mexican food. Margaritas too.

Gala Restaurant and Bar

Williamstown

Traditional steakhouse fare with hearty bistro options using locally sourced ingredients. Outdoor seating or fireside during the colder months. Breakfast, brunch, lunch, and dinner.

Gramercy Bistro

North Adams

Contemporary French cuisine with global influences. Brunch on Sunday.

The Log

Williamstown

The Log longtime Williams College institution, a pub with fire places, arm chairs and trivia nights. Ramunto’s has taken over with a new menu leaning toward pizza and pub food.

Man of Kent Tavern

Hoosick Falls, NY

Crowded with the people you want to meet: hikers, skiers and locals.

‘6 House Pub

Williamstown

Classic pub to fancy fare in a comfortable setting. Outdoor seating and a “doggie menu”.

Mill on the Floss

New Ashford

Elegant simplicity of French Country Cuisine in the charm of an 18th-century farmhouse. Dinner Tuesday-Sunday from 5pm.

Old Forge

Lanesboro

Wings and a huge selection of beers, along with other pub fare, make this a popular spot for locals and visitors.

Olympic Pizza Family Restaurant

Williamstown

Lunch and dinner in a family-friendly environment. Pizza, Greek, American, and Italian dishes. Open 7 days, 9am-11pm.

Papa Charlie’s Deli

Williamstown

Try the Zonker Harris or the Mary Tyler Moore, all of the sandwiches named after celebrities.

Pedrin’s Dairy Bar

North Adams

Family owned and operated classic dairy bar. Fish fry, ice cream, enjoyed at a colorful picnic table.

Pera Mediterranean Bistro

Williamstown

American and Mediterranean fare specializing in kebobs, sampler platter of hummus, tabouli, grape leaves, sauteed falafel, and smoky grilled eggplant puree, as well as a large variety of wraps.

Purple Pub

Williamstown

Classic pub fare and a wide selection of beer. Lunch and dinner.

Six Depot

West Stockbridge

Coffee roastery, cafe, art gallery & event space in West Stockbridge.

Spice Root

Williamstown

Modern Indian cuisine. Executive lunch buffet weekdays and Maharaja brunch buffet served weekends.

Blue Mango

Williamstown

Japanese and Thai cuisine. Lunch and dinner served daily.

Tony’s Sombrero

Williamstown

Quesadillas, tacos, tamales, and giant burritos. Eat-in or take-out.

The Trail House

North Adams - Williamstown line

The Freight Yard in North Adams opens a new restaurant on Route 2 with Pub and Italian fare with seafood, steak and burgers near the Appalachian Trail.

Water Street Grill

Williamstown

Steak, seafood, and tavern fare with a wide selection of beer, wine and spirits.

A-OK Berkshire Barbecue

North Adams

This fun and welcoming spot located on the MASS MoCA campus offers deliciously fresh house-made sausages, sandwiches, sides, and breads along with stellar barbecue.

Capitol Restaurant

North Adams

This newly updated restaurant offers a menu of refined comfort food and barbecue.

The Barn Kitchen & Bar at the Williams Inn

Williamstown

Dine at The Barn Kitchen & Bar, The Williams Inn’s signature restaurant featuring cocktails, drinks, small plates, entrees, and desserts. The Barn is open for breakfast, lunch, and dinner.

The Wigwam Western Summit

Wigwam Western Summit

The Wigwam is a new destination in the Berkshires where people come to enjoy a glass of wine, a draft beer, or a cup of coffee to go with a jaw-dropping view. 

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Farms

The Berry Patch

Stephentown, NY

Sustainably produced berries, vegetables, and cut flowers.

Caretaker Farm

Williamstown

A Community Supported Agriculture (CSA) farm with an emphasis on sustainable agriculture.

Cricket Creek Farm

Williamstown

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.

Gammelgarden Creamery

Pownal, VT

A small farmstead dairy creating Skyr, market cheese, cultured butter, buttermilk, and pasteurized whole Jersey milk.

Ioka Valley Farm

Lanesboro

From pancake breakfast at the Calf-A to fresh maple syrup or fun at Uncle Don’s Barnyard, fun for everyone!

Jaeschke’s Orchard

Greylock Glen

For over 130 years their third-generation family-owned farm has been growing apples at the base of Mt. Greylock.

Jennings Brook Farm

New Ashford

A family farm that makes Pure Maple Syrup. We have a farm stand, grass fed beef, and wood operation.

Mighty Food Farm

Pownal, VT

Certified organic produce, Community Supported Agriculture (CSA), farmers markets in Bennington and Dorset, VT.

Mountain View Farm

Lanesboro

The largest grower of strawberries in Berkshire County offers pick your own strawberries by the pound and, when supplies allow, pre-picked berries by the quart (full flats available), in June and early July, and blueberries in August.

Sweet Brook Farm

Williamstown

Home to a herd of alpacas raised for their beautiful yarns, maple syrup, and sleigh rides.

Wildstone Farm

Pownal, VT

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.

Red Shirt Farm

Lanesborough

A CSA that believes that real food is essential to health and that how food is produced truly matters. Vegetables, pastured eggs, heritage chickens and turkeys, pastured pigs and bees and raw honey.

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