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Route 7 Grill, Great Barrington, Fab and family friendly

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teezeetoo Oct 27, 2008 07:44 PM

took a passle of kids and grandkids to this place on a busy saturday night - couldn't have been nicer and the food fit all sizes! the short ribs special was outstanding, my husband loved the ribs and baked beans, my littlest grandkid was hooked on the mac and cheese (came in a perfect kid size serving), one son was chowing down on the calamari and the bigger kids were enthralled with the burgers and fries while the dieting daughters did in swordfish. service was warm and accommodating and we will be going back on our next trip up this way.

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    madwrk Oct 28, 2008 06:39 PM

    I am headed that way with my family in about three weeks. I am not at all familiar with the area (I live in Mexico) and am wondering if yo can tell me how to find it. It sounds like it might be perfect for our family - which includes a two year old and a pregnant vegetarian.

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      teezeetoo Oct 28, 2008 07:03 PM

      straight out Route 7 going from Great Barrington toward Sheffield - big black and white cow out front. depending on what your family likes, there's a nice indian restaurant called Aroma, also on Route 7 just coming out of Great Barrington. for breakfast, we like Martins, in Great Barrington, up Railroad Street from the Main Street, and for pizza Baba Louie's, on Main Street. Very kid friendly coffee house is on the other end of Great Barrington, before the Holiday Inn and just before you get to the little shopping mall, called Uncommon Grounds. Has toys for the kids and is comfortable with them crawling around and is organic with lots of veggie options for breakfast and lunch.

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