Traveling to Massachusetts for a weekend at the Boston Pops Orchestra and curious where to eat like a local? You should consider a stop in Pittsfield, Massachusetts. Delish restaurants are indeed everywhere along the roads of Bristol and Dukes counties and the area’s scenic byways if you are willing to drive for it. But this town is certainly worth a visit along the way.
There have been significant strides for the local food scene recently. However way too many foodies remain unaware of what they could be tasting. Judge the food in Pittsfield, Massachusetts for what it is worth. Actually don’t judge Massachusetts at all if you don’t have an open mind.
Locals take with a grain of salt. Fiending for a steak cooked rare and bloody? Or do you want a fresh, seasonal salad instead. Or maybe both!
Transplants to Massachusetts are always inspired by how these chefs use ingredients like oysters, nettles and mushrooms and also farm fresh food from Plymouth, Essex and Worcester counties. Want an insider tip to have a wonderful time? Ask how much spice is in the food so it’s more to your liking.
True gourmands must seek new places to dine constantly. Dear friends old and new from the Jersey Shore, join our tables for the top cuisine in the Commonwealth.
The Marketplace Café
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53 North St
Pittsfield, MA 01201