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any late night eats near 90 in mass?

fatheryod Aug 21, 2012 11:05 AM

i'm gonna be driving back east at midnight on a sunday and was wondering if there's anything open anywhere near the pike for a bite at that hour? will be coming from syracuse area.

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    BoNapateet RE: fatheryod Aug 21, 2012 08:35 PM

    It's not Chowhound-worthy, but there is a 24 hour Denny's off I-90 exit 5, Chicopee. There may be more options further down the road toward Boston.

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      hilltowner RE: fatheryod Aug 21, 2012 09:23 PM

      Where on 90 do you think you will be? As you probably know, the area from the NY border to at least Sturbridge is pretty sparse. I wouldn't imagine anything will be open besides rest stop McD's, etc.

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        LStaff RE: fatheryod Aug 22, 2012 07:07 AM

        You are probably better off stopping in the Albany area or packing a sandwich.

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          belcherveggie RE: fatheryod Aug 22, 2012 03:28 PM

          Having come that way myself many times (TurningStone Casino - Western Mass) the offerings are sparse, even in Albany.
          There is a Denny's in East Greenbush NY (Off the free portion of I-90) and there is really nothing other than the Mcdonald's on the Mass Pike until the aformentioned Denny's in Chicopee.

          My best bet (Remember this is Late Night) would be the fifties Diner at Exit 6 in Chicopee. It is in the Pride Truck Stop. (Right at the exit about 1/4 mile on right) Even if you are heading down route 91, it is not far out of the way as Route 291 will connect back to 91 in Downtown Springfield.
          Once you pass Exit 6 There really aren't any 24 hour options until Worcester.

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            Big Fat Moe RE: belcherveggie Aug 22, 2012 07:20 PM

            What's all this Denny's chatter?

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              fatheryod RE: belcherveggie Aug 28, 2012 11:55 AM

              thanks for the tips. as all noted there's not a whole heck of a lot out there. we managed to hit a late dinner in syracuse so we didn't have to avail ourselves of any of the options noted. i'm sorta surprised, however, that there aren't doesn't seem to be a non-chain diner of some sort in the berkshires. i guess everyone there must turn in early.

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