This restaurant's name says it all--Booze, Blues and BBQ. Theodores' was given a Keeping the Blues Alive award and named the Best Blues Club in the Country in 2004 by the Blues Foundation, so you know this is the place to come for some real, authentic Blues. But that's not all you'll find here! Make sure not to miss out on the menu, featuring everything from individual pizzas, to Gumbo, and of course, lots of amazing Barbecue. And don't skip the drinks either, try the World's Greatest Margarita or Bayou Punch. Theodores' is just a little taste of the Deep South in New England.
Feel like you're in Germany at Munich Haus, a beloved restaurant and bar that serves authentic Bavarian cuisine along with an impressive beer selection. The authentic German dishes include potato pancakes, pierogies, schnitzil, and of course sausages. Visit the beer garden and enjoy an imported bottle or pick from one of their many beers on tap. Munich Haus also hosts events and you shouldn't miss their Oktoberfest.
The Federal A Restaurant & Bar, located in one of Agawam's historic buildings, was opened to the public by Ralph Santaniello and his co-partner executive chef Michael Presnal in the year 2002. The menu features American dishes blended with French and Italian flavors, lending it a contemporary European twist. The restaurant's interiors are an extension of the menu's heterogeneity, as the modern decor is seamlessly blended with the vintage architecture. The Skillet Seared Salmon, the Burnt Tangerine Glazed Cod, and the Fork & Knife Braised Shortribs are some of the must-haves here. Give dinner a sweet finish with a slice of Tiramisu or the exquisite Chocolate Pistachio Semigreddo.
Cal's Wood-Fired Grill & Bar is a gem in Mill Restaurant Group's chain of successful eateries. This is a great place to gorge on tantalizing American fares. Nestled on Riverdale Road, drop in at Cal's to savor their pastas, steaks and seafood preparations. Complement your food with a wine or cocktail from their list. On Sundays, visit Cal's for a delectable brunch fare that is served till 2p; or chose from their prix fixe menu, available on Mondays as well, which is a reasonable deal at USD20.
One of the area's best restaurants, Black-eyed Sally's BBQ & Blues has barbecue, catfish, grits, fried chicken and plenty of other Southern favorites, all accompanied by live music. Open for lunch and dinner, this is one of the most popular eateries in the downtown area and a great place to "Pig-Out" (a dinner special that includes ribs, pulled pork and Andouille sausage). Be sure to get here early because it gets busy on weekends and game days!
Since opening in 2002, the Westwood Restaurant & Pub has served up great food and drinks to their customers. There are over two dozen beers on tap, including a variety of local microbrews that aren't usually served at bars. Westwood also features a large menu that includes entree salads, burgers, sandwiches, pasta, steaks, and seafood. Try specialties like the Sicilian swordfish, which is seasoned with olive oil and lemon juice, and the prime rib, which is served on Thursday, Friday and Saturday. There is also a kid's menu available with dishes like chicken tenders.
The Club Quarter is the center of Springfield nightlife. Located at Stearns Square and the surrounding area, the Club Quarter covers approximately 10 blocks of good food, stiff drinks, and great dancing. Home to over 40 of Springfield's hottest restaurants and nightclubs, the Club Quarter is the place to head for a fun night out.
Tucked within the Springfield Marriott, Currents offers an alluring fare of American cuisine with a contemporary twist. Visit this restaurant to taste the creative concoctions of the executive chef Bill Rounds. If you are not in the mood for a heavy meal, sit at the vibrant bar and sip on some drinks while relishing a light fare. The best time to visit this place is during the week, when it is open for breakfast, lunch and dinner, serving hot meals.