Western Mass next weekend
We'll be staying in North Adams at Porches next weekend (Sat-Mon) and I wanted opinions on our itinerary.
The current plan is to go west on 90 and hit the Rockwell Museum and the Red Lion Inn for either a late lunch or snack/drink before checking in.
Dinner Saturday night at Public in North Adams.
Sunday we'll go to the MASS MoCA (looking for lunch ideas) and then drive to Williamstown to visit the Clark Institute. Dinner Sunday night at Mezze.
Leave Monday and take Route 2 back to Boston, stopping to see the flower bridge in Shelburn Falls. Looking for lunch ideas and any other sight seeing ideas for this drive.
Any thoughts or suggestions? Thanks in advance!
Your itinerary sounds great. I would recommend The Hub on Main St. in N. Adams for lunch after MASSMoCA.
The last time we went to the Bridge of Flowers we ate at the little place at the end of the bridge, on the Buckland side - West End Pub. It was a very cozy lunch spot and the food was good.
Another place for lunch is the Foxtown Diner. It's right in the middle of Shelburne Falls on Bridge St.. I haven't eaten there but a new owner took it over several months ago and I've heard good reviews.
It's fun to stop in Lamson Sharp while you're in Shelburne Falls if you like kitchen stores. It's also on the Buckland side just down the street from the Bridge of Flowers. And of course you must visit the glacial potholes! They're on the other side of the traffic bridge in the town of Shelburne Falls.
Not much to stop for on the rest of Route 2, but it's a pretty drive.