The Brick House on Park Street in Housatonic has for long been known for its selection of local craft beers and ciders. No wonder the place is crowded during most part of the day as beer aficionados walk in here religiously to gulp down a glass of Ommegang or Southern Tier or Pretty Thing. And that's not all as the food served here is top notch and way above the standard pub fare. Make sure you try their Five Alarm Burger or The Farmer's Burger that comes with fried egg, bacon and cheddar. As for entertainment, walk in here on a weekend night and you can listen to some awesome tunes given out by the local and national bands.
Ever heard of environment-friendly beer? If not, check out Barrington Brewery & Restaurant. Serving an impressive collection of craft beers made with solar-powered technology, you can sample some delicious in-house ales like Black Bear Stout, Firecracker Imperial, Wedded Bliss and a lot more. As you sip on their all-natural brew, you can also munch on traditional American cuisine with options like Boneless Buffalo Fingers, Grass-Fed Burger and Barrington Steak Sandwich among others. Featured in New York Times, this amazing brewery is situated in a two-storied building with a gabled roof, and a reddish-yellow hue. The establishment also has spacious outdoor seating, surrounded by a white picket fence. As if the place wasn't amazing enough already, it also has comfy booths, pool tables, and an old fashioned jukebox. Overall, you can expect an awesome, all-American experience when you walk into Barrington.
The Dining Room at the historic Red Lion Inn in Stockbridge serves up the best of New England cuisine with a definite contemporary edge. The dining room is open for all three meals of the day. Menu items include Traditional Eggs Benedict for breakfast, Broccoli, Gruyere & Caramelized Onion Quiche for lunch and Roasted Native Turkey with Farmhouse Stuffing, Whipped Potatoes & Pan Gravy for dinner. All dishes are prepared with local Berkshire grown food products. Don's miss desserts like the Red Lion Apple Pie or the Warm Brown Sugar Cake. Dress code strictly enforced.
A part of the Infinity Music Hall & Bistro, located within the Norfolk Historic District, Infinity Bostro is a great place to grab a quick refreshing meal before a concert. The menu which changes seasonally, features American favorites like sandwiches, salads, steaks, jambalaya and more. The executive chef Dan Fortin loves giving these classic dishes, his own special touch. Those who would like a light bite can order smaller portions. Complement your food with a beer, cocktail or martini from their well stocked bar.
The charming cafe, Pleasant and Main Cafe General Store, lies on the Main Street in the village of Housatonic in Berkshire County. The cozy, casual, yet elegantly done up dining destination is a much sought-after brunch and lunch spot. Offering a menu that's thick with 'merican favorites such as chicken pot pie, tuna melt sandwich and breakfast specials like crepe, eggs benedict and lots more. Made out of fresh, local ingredients, these offerings taste delicious, hearty and quite wholesome. Apart from such amazing la cart options, Pleasant and Main Cafe General Store also serves delightful weekly, community lunches and brunches, check the website for more information.
Established in 2012, The Prairie Whale is an American restaurant housed in a 19th-century building with a wraparound porch and a dark blue clapboard siding. The restaurant exudes and all-American vibe that has become the trademark of owner Mark Firth, who also owns Marlow & Sons. The menu is seasonally inspired with emphasis laid on local sourcing. Do try their foie gras ravioli served with apricot puree, which is the restaurant's signature dish.