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.
Contemporary American cuisine highlighting the best of the season in support of independent farmers and artisan producers.
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.
Coffee roaster, espresso bar, and bakery. Open daily 6am-6pm.
Coffee roaster, espresso bar, and bakery.
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.
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.
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
Longtime low-key Italian institution with dinerlike setting serving pasta, salad & such for sharing.
The local scoop shop has moved to the center of Spring Street, serving a range from more than 160 flavors of Steve Herrells locally made ice cream.
Homemade soups, fresh salads, quiche, signature sandwiches, hot/cold burritos and ice cream.
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.
The cafe serves a buffet if hot dishes, a salad bar, soups, grab-and-go sandwiches and other gourmet items, along with coffee and pastries to eat heree or take away.
At the intersection of Route 7 and Route 43, the bakery and café 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.
Hand-stretched, hearth-baked pizza, salads, gelato, and more, with outdoor tables where visitors can enjoy a slice out back by the Green River.
A North Adams institution. Handmade hamburgers, hot dogs, french fries, and more since 1917. Open Monday-Saturday 10am-7pm. Closed Sunday.
Melahat and Fahri Karakaya, owners of Pera Bistro on Spring Street, serve Northern Italian fare and tapas.
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.
American, Italian, and Greek cuisine open 7 days for lunch, dinner, or takeout.
Fresh made salsa, guacamole, and favorite Mexican food. Margaritas too.
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.
Casual American fare.
Specializes in regional American cuisine with an emphasis on local fresh and seasonal ingredients and Italian regional influences.
Korean and Japanese cuisine
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.
Crowded with the people you want to meet: hikers, skiers and locals.
Ranked #1 Best Public Golf Course in Massachusetts by Golf Magazine, Taconic offers a wide view over the valley, a classically challenging course, and playing conditions renovated in 2009.
Classic pub to fancy fare in a comfortable setting. Outdoor seating and a “doggie menu”.
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
Classic pub fare and a wide selection of beer. Lunch and dinner.
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.
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.
Open to the public.
Steak, seafood, and tavern fare with a wide selection of beer, wine and spirits.
Along with its home base on Spring Street and a satellite at Mass MoCA, Tunnel City coffee also runs a bright and quiet coffee shop in the Follett-run Williams College bookstore.