Our regional bounty presents exceptional culinary experiences throughout the seasons. Warm your winter with a visit to a Maple sugarhouse for pancakes with real maple syrup. Spring and summer welcome visits to farm and area farmers’ markets. A fall foliage trip would not be complete without a sampling of freshly pressed apple cider and cider donuts from a Massachusetts orchard. Whatever season you choose, your culinary journey would not be complete without a taste of a quality locally made product; cranberry jelly, a bowl of our “famous” clam “chowdah”, a slice of Boston cream pie, award winning farmstead cheese, or a sip of locally produced wine and beer. Buy local in western Mass with Berkshire Grown. And visit Berkshire Farm and Table for unique and delicious culinary collaborations in Western Massachusetts.

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  • Bascom Lodge

    Adams

    Yankee Mag. Pick Best Meal with a View" Ethnic/American cuisine. Casual. Breakfast/Lunch/Dinner - 7 Days a Week.... more

  • Berkshire Palate

    Williamstown

    We use more than 20 local farms and food purveyors to bring you a genuine Berkshire County food experience. Casual vibe... more

  • Bucciarelli's Butcher Shop & Deli

    Salisbury

    A family owned Butcher Shop & Italian Deli, we have an extensive selection of only the finest premium meats. Choose... more

  • Farm.Field.Sea.

    Vineyard Haven

    GATHER Pop-Up 'Friendsgiving" Five course feasts that indulge the senses. At Gather, Kyleen Keenan of Not Your Sugar Mamas... more

  • Fogo de Chao

    Boston

    Authentic Southern Brazilian fine dining "churrascaria" with views of Copley Square. The Fogo de Chao experience offers a... more

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