where to eat in the Berkshires?
- berniesmomma Feb 12, 2005 12:52 PM
I am spending next weekend in Berkshire Co., MA. Does anyone have a recommendation for really good food?
Just on the edge of Pittsfield, headed North on Route 7, is a little strip mall diner named Sunrise Cafe. CANNOT rave enough about this place. Fabulous breakfast and they recently started serving dinners.
Bizen in Great Barrington for the best sushi in the area. Church Street Cafe in Lenox has a great steak dinner.
What are you looking for? Fine dining? Great food? There are a number of pricey and tasty options as well as some just good food to eat choices...
Do a search and you'll find several discussions. But to get you started:
Verdura, upscale Mediterranean, Great Barrington
Bistro Zinc, Lenox, upscale French bistro
Baba Louie's, G.B., great pizza
Betty's Pizza Shack, Lenox - also good, but Baba Louie is better
Spigalina, Mediterranean, upscale, Lenox
Cafe Lucia, Italian, Lenox
Bizen, G.B., Japanese (and avoid Shiro's)
Bombay Brasserie (I think that's what it is called - Indian food on Rt. 20 in a Best Western Hotel, nice view of Laurel Lake and very good Indian food).
Carol's for breakfast in Lenox
and Martin's for breakfast in GB
We visit this area often and dine around occasionally, so we have some familiarity with the restaurants you list. Don't you find Verdura overpriced for what it is? This is not a challenge but a request for a candid opinion. We miss the restaurant (now closed) diagonally across the street from Verdura but that is history though occasional lunches there provide good memories.
In Williamstown, I like Spice Root on Spring Street for Indian.
Has anyone been to the new Le Jardin yet?
Go to Salmon Run on Main Street in Lee - you won;t be disappointed - try early dinner beofre 6 or after 8