Reviews on Bar food in Southampton, Massachusetts, United States. Southampton (/saʊθˈhæmptən/ ( listen)) is a town in Hampshire County, Massachusetts, United States. It was established first as a district of Northampton in 1753. It was incorporated in 1753. The name Southampton was given to it during its first town meeting in 1773. Its ZIP code is 01073. Southampton is part of the Springfield, Massachusetts Metropolitan Statistical Area. The town had a population of 5,792 at the 2010 census.
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4 based on 173 reviews
Whether you are celebrating the end of the workday with drinks and appetizers at our beautiful 54-seat bar, or celebrating a more intimate occasion in one of our cozy dining rooms, the Westwood has something for you. Start your visit with one of our 24 be
The Westwood is conveniently located about a mile off the Mass Pike, Exit 3, if you are hungry for lunch and passing through. The menu has everything--pasta, sandwiches, soups, salads, burgers, steak tips--and the pub serves over 20 beers, many of them craft. The setting is, as advertised, pub-like, with some nice stained glass windows and Tiffany-style lamps. The food is good. The service is prompt--the servers were tag-teaming the day we dined there. One server took our drink order, another took our food order, somebody else delivered it. This did cause a couple of minor flubs--I asked for mustard, with no mayo or ketchup, for my bison burger. It came with the mayo and ketchup in cups, but no mustard. This was promptly corrected. Also, I ordered the burger medium well, and I got medium. It was still quite edible, but somebody fussier would not have liked it. My companion's pasta dish was good, but she found the sun-dried tomatoes a bit tough to chew. The lemon cream cake dessert was good. I found their flourless chocolate cake quite good, and it was not an overwhelming portion. Price for lunch, with tip, including beverages and dessert, was about $60.The Westwood is definitely worth a return visit.
3 based on 34 reviews
Located on the beautiful Westfield River. The Rapids Bar & Grill offers an extensive selection of foods at a fair price. Relax and enjoy casual dining with an amazing view.
Beautiful location, in the middle of nowhere really. But it's a delightful ride out there. We were the first customers on a Sunday morning. (They open at 11:00 am on weekends.) We both had the French dip. The roast beef was fresh and delicious. The aus jus was also excellent. They have a good selection of draft beer too. Service was great !
3 based on 123 reviews
A restaurant/pub will a full bar and diverse menu. Our meals were ok but nothing special Calami appetizer had no flavor and could have done with banana peppers or something to spice it up. They have an outdoor deck which hadnât opened yet due to its still being cold out there with a nice view of the landscape. I can imagine it would be a nice place to go and have a burger and a beer. Our waitress was very friendly and helpful.
4 based on 36 reviews
Cozy little restaurant with a menu that makes you wish you could eat one of everything.We had fried Brussel Sprouts that were so delicious that even the pickiest child would be asking for extra helpings of their veggies. Around the table we ordered a Reuben, Chili and the BAT. We all left full, happy and wishing we did not live in another state, as this is one of those places it would be easy to be a regular at, as the food is so delicious and service was great. If your a sports fan you can move from the dining area to the sports bars that has big screen TV' s showing every kind of sport. If you want a quieter atmosphere walk out the door and to the Library, a beautiful martini type bar with comfortable seats and decor that gives you the feel of a library that you don't have to whisper in. All around great place, I can't wait to get up north so I can visit again.
4 based on 195 reviews
My family has talked about this place for years and I finally got to have dinner there while back visiting. I'm right down the middle on this place. Here are the highlights and missed opportunities from our visit.I called to make a reservation for 3 people at 6:30 on a Friday night. My voicemail was returned and the table was confirmed. We arrived at 6:25 to a half full restaurant, but were were offered some less than desirable table options. One was in a back bar, a second was along a wall close to a deck entrance door where people were coming and going to an outside bar. We settled on the third option in the main dining area, across from the windows. It was OK, but also in a main traffic area for staff. I guess I was expecting a slightly better table would have been held for someone who makes a reservation versus a walk in party. Annoying me even more, a table of two was sat next to us. They asked to move to a window table and waited for it to be cleaned. They move and sit with their backs to the sunset!!! Why ask for a window table if your going to face into the restaurant and look at other guests? Weird.Shortly after being seated, we were greeted by our server who immediately offered beverages while we decided on dinner options. Drinks arrived within an reasonable amount of time and orders were placed. Crab cakes to start, we also ordered three entrees...the scallops off the menu and two specials, blackened steak tips and a balsamic chicken. We weren't in any sort of rush, but the crab cakes took 25 minutes to arrive. No big deal because we were chatting and having a good time. The crab cakes were delicious with a subtle heat component from the remoulade. The included salads arrived 20 minutes later, but again, we were actually fine with the slow pace. Water glasses at this point are empty, but I had to ask for refills (each time) instead of being offered them. An hour and 10 minutes into our meal, the server comes by to offer an apology for the food taking so long. We are not at all concerned and enjoying the sunset. The server offered an unsolicited excuse about the kitchen being slammed all at once. Sure, but I don't need to know that and honestly, that's an execution/management issue. Don't seat the whole restaurant at once if the kitchen can't handle it...stagger the seating. Ten more minutes later, our table is approached by a woman asking, "who ordered the steak tips?" No "hello", "good evening", "Hi I'm Martha (name changed) the kitchen manager." She informed us that they no longer had any steak tips and to choose something else from the menu, which they offered complimentary. Really??? It took you almost 1.5 hours to figure this out? Regardless, the gesture was appropriate and appreciated.The entrees were...wait for it...amazing!! I had the scallops with maple, bourbon, bacon, jam, mashed potatoes and a blackberry sauce. I had scallops the night before at another restaurant and decided to try these since scallops are not common in Hawaii. This was, and I commented to the other two people, THE BEST scallop dish I have ever had. I had a bite of the balsamic chicken special and, it too, was delicious. I get that this isn't fine dining, but a few service issues would bump this place up just a little. Drop the entree plates with the main item (i.e. fish, beef, chicken) facing the guest, not away from them. The kitchen staff goes to all the effort to make a beautiful presentation, only for the staff to place the food facing away from me and I'm staring at potatoes. Don't carry glasses of wine to the tables with your hand on the glass, use the stem. Better yet, drop all drinks below the 50/50 line. I don't want your hands near the lip of the glass where I am about to drink from. I've worked in restaurants and you'd be amazed at how infrequently the staff washes their hands.Can I get a water refill? Had to ask someone for more water since I couldn't see our server. One of us had an empty beer glass for 20 minutes also without an offer for another drink. Dessert was good and prices were reasonable. The check arrives and it still has the beef tips on it. We bring it to the server's attention and it takes 15 minutes to resolve and run the credit card.Overall, I would return for the scallops alone. Now that I've dined here, I am eager to try it again. I need to approach the experience with lower expectations and hope I am a little more impressed next visit. Sometimes it's the simplest little things that could elevate this restaurant to the next level.
4 based on 68 reviews
Took a trip to Easthampton the other night with friends and stopped at the Galaxy for dinner. On-street parking was a little difficult to find and ended up with a short walk. Easthampton is certainly having a revival with numerous shops and restaurants. Hostess greeted up promptly and indicated about a fifteen minute wait (there were six in our party). We decided to wait at the bar and order a drink. Wonderful atmosphere with a throwback vibe, friendly bartender, and great drinks. We were brought to our table after about ten minutes and were seated in a small back room (to larger tables and one smaller). Server was there right away. Menu was diverse and prices reasonable. I ordered the "Truffle Fries"($8) and the "Pulled Pork Biscuits"($10). The Truffle Fries were coated with Parmesan cheese and Truffle Aioli. They were excellent and a good sized portion. The pulled pork had a great flavor and were in the light buttermilk biscuits (2) with a delicious, although. different coleslaw. They also came with two homemade house pickles. Terrific. My wife ordered the "Popover"($6) that came with pumpkin butter that she loved and the "Roasted Beet Salad"($7) which she also enjoyed. Others in our party ordered the "SautÃ©ed Shrimp"($8) and the "Grilled Lamb Kabob"($15) and their comments were very positive. We all decided we would definitely make a return visit, but earlier in the day to explore Easthampton a bit.
4 based on 65 reviews
Great locally owned and run family bar & grill. Good for single, dates, seniors and family. The buffalo wings are best tin class even though there is another location in town that claims to be the "Wings over Westfield" but the wing here are never frozen, they are big and meaty, not a lot of skin. Served with Blue Cheese and Celery. Their Hot sauce was my favorite until trying their Cajun Curry yesterday. I highly recommend it for lunch dinner, and families!
4 based on 139 reviews
Had a meeting in Easthampton and we needed to get dinner . Riff's does a lot of advertising and they are open on Mondays so that's where we headed. It's not hard to find the entrance is right next to the main entrance to the building called East works. We got a seat at the bar called the Hide Away, I must say there were quite a few people for a Monday. The spinach salad we spit was huge and fresh. After that we spit a burger, not the biggest burger but it was cooked has ordered and was tasty , fries were really crispy. Overall everything was good and we will go back!
4 based on 93 reviews
This restaurant is really a neighborhood place because it's located off a main road in a neighborhood. found a seat at the bar fairly busy for a Wednesday night. Bartender was prompt with our drink order while we looked over the large menu. Lot's of inventive choices and looking around noticed that portions were large. I got the grilled Mahi Mahi with pineapple salsa and coconut risotto, really good dish the salsa had fresh red onion in it that gave it a nice punch with the sweet pineapple and the coconut risotto was a flavor I have never had in risotto but I enjoyed it! My wife ordered a roasted beet salad with chicken no complaints on the freshness of the salad and the portion was perfect for a dinner. Overall this is a place I would go to again our only small complaint is the noise level in the bar area. Enjoy!
4 based on 32 reviews
To all of us at Homestead. food means family. It is this idea that Chef Jeremy feels so strongly about building and sharing. Food brings all of us together, and what better place than New England to grow up? The history, the food, the building block of th
My friend and I dined here in early April. They have many choices of food and small plates that you can share. Everything that we tried was scrumptious. Our waiter was the best.
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