Pittsfield is the largest city and the county seat of Berkshire County, Massachusetts, United States. It is the principal city of the Pittsfield, Massachusetts Metropolitan Statistical Area which encompasses all of Berkshire County. The population was 44,737 at the 2010 census. Although the population has declined in recent decades, Pittsfield remains the fourth largest municipality in western Massachusetts, behind only Springfield, Holyoke, and Chicopee.
Things to do in Pittsfield
4.5 based on 516 reviews
Every dish is cooked to order and please give yourself enough time to enjoy your food by coming in 2 hours early if you have tickets to shows. Gluten Free available, Vegan and lots of Vegetarian dishes to pick from..
This was the worst service experience I have ever had. The food took a long time but that was expected but they sent the wrong dish to my table. Then we were told It would be ten minutes. However this was not the case at all. We waited a half an hour were offered a drink but then it turned into almost an hour and when my family finally said something to the waitress, the daughter of the owner escalated things by yelling for her father who confronted my mother and proceeded to ignore and tell us we were wrong that it was only starters that were quick but refused to acknowledge that we were asking for our starters . Then the other owner came out and proceeded to dismiss us and tell us we were wrong it was only ten minutes. They were incredibly rude and unapologetic about the mistake. Then proceeded to pretend we were not at the restaurant. I would never comer back .
4.5 based on 192 reviews
District Kitchen & Bar, nestled amidst the bucolic Berkshire HIlls, serves contemporary American cuisine with gastropub influences. The surrounding region boasts a rich food and agricultural culture of which the restaurant takes full advantage by offering an ever-changing seasonal menu showcasing locally sourced ingredients. District takes food seriously, preparing all food in-house and to-order according to the culinary whims of executive chef Taylor Hitchcock and his talented support staff. Sister restaurant to PUBLIC eat+drink located 20 miles north in North Adams, District prides itself on not only serving great food but also offering excellent, warm service and a top-notch beer, wine, and cocktail program. The restaurant features a rotating selection of craft beer, a carefully curated wine list, and an inventive, seasonal cocktail list prepared with care and consideration of classical mixology techniques. Join us for a great meal and a well-mixed drink.
Didn't know what to expect but was delighted with what we discovered. Our party of 6 sat in the front window at a long barter table.Tacos, burgers, mussels, salads and salmon all made the rounds at our table, and everyone enjoyed every bite. Comfortable, enjoyable atmosphere, service was great. Would definitely go again!
4.5 based on 574 reviews
Fine Italian Dining offering Fresh Seafood, Homemade Pasta, Veal and Daily Specials. Casual Dress. Handicapped Accessible. Outdoor Seating with 2 Fire Pits. Private Rooms, Catering off and onsite available. Banquet Rooms, Extensive Platter Menu to take a piece of Mazzeo's home with you! Delivery Available.
The atmosphere was great, the server was informed and friendly, my boyfriend had the best martini he's had since he had one in NYC.
We started with appetizers that were fantastic, I said I was debating about the gnocchi and was told that they make it fresh every few days, and while rolling it out is not the most fun job it's well worth it, and it was indeed worth it! The carbonara was so good, my boyfriend stated his intent to learn to cook the dish.
We then were debating about dessert, and I said I'd never had tiramisu I liked since Italy, and was told that they make it all themselves (except the ladyfingers, that they get those brought in so that they are authentic) and to try it. I was so glad we did.
Definitely a place to return!
4.5 based on 113 reviews
Based on so many positive reviews and my love of all things South American, I went to Fogata for lunch. I had an empanada which was red(?) and filled mostly with potato. It was tasteless and bought, sadly I thought, on a big white plate all alone with no garnish. No water was offered, I had to ask for it.
For my entree, I had their carne asada. The plantain tasted more like a banana, the beans were a tasteless wet puddle in the middle of the plate but the steak was tasty and cooked as ordered (rare). Hence three stars. The pricing is fair but I'm not sure how authentic their food is (based on my having lived in S. America for a year).
4.5 based on 158 reviews
Don't just take my word for it, Stars from all over when they come to the Berkshires to get away to relax they know of this gem. I have been many times and each time it blows me away. The owners do it all, from greeting you to cooking and preparing the specials. My kids as well as my wife and I love the salad with seasonal delights within it. Owners Tom and Elizabeth are welcoming as if in to their home. Tom does the rounds checking in to see if everything is good and maybe with a story or two. This Italian menu and the many changing specials are impeccable. Tom's home made sausage is a favorite of many. Wine and beer selection is limited but on par with the parings. NOTE: They take cash or check no credit card- 1st time there they took an IOU until we came back to pay. It's like a Family - they love their regular customers and it is known as soon as your seated. If you go once you'll be back again!! ENJOY!!
4 based on 202 reviews
Eat on North is a casual restaurant that is seasonally inspired and locally sourced. Our dining menus of flavorful American cuisine are available for lunch and dinner. We feature an Oyster Bar serving delicious shellfish and oysters, and an amazing selection of charcuterie & cheeses, perfect for sharing. Our exclusive private dining room is tucked away behind dramatic floor-to-ceiling, handcrafted barn doors, made of locally reclaimed wood and glass detailing. Special events from weddings and galas to celebrations of all kinds - Eat On North has several unique spaces to host your next event.
My husband and I stumbled across Eat on North by accident. We got married about 2 years ago in Lenox and absolutely adored Chef Ron who was the chef at the time at another place. We took a day trip up to the Berkshires recently and saw that Chef Ron was now cooking at Eat on North....so we had to go hoping he would be there. With our luck, he was working. There was a reason we loved him so much 2 years ago and love his cooking even more now (if that is possible)! I would describe his menu as inventive, comfort food. Every bite, knocked our socks off. The restaurant is located in a hotel that looks amazing as well. We were so impressed with how we were greeted and welcomed into the lobby of the hotel. We can't wait to go back and stay and dine here again! It really is that good. My husband and I consider ourselves foodies and this place is up there among our favorites. The bartenders were also attentive and the drink menu was great. Love this place!!! (P.S. Get the chicken and waffles. Holy cow are they good and that is something I would never order but he suggested it and now I know why!)
4 based on 148 reviews
My wife and I were in the area for Labor Day weekend and went here for dinner on Saturday night. We were seated promptly and the server was friendly. First, this is "bar" that serves beer and wine only, which is perfectly fine, but not really a bar per se.
We each ordered a glass of wine. We ordered the special Caesar salad, melon salad, ham plate, pork belly tacos and the meatballs.
The warm bread served was delicious. The Parma ham was thinly sliced served in a bowl with a couple pickled cucumber slides and some dijon mustard. It was tasty but nothing special in terms of preparation.
The melon salad was cantaloupe and watermelon with goat cheese and a bit of the Parma ham. This was disappointing in both flavor and appearance.
The tacos were the highlight with fresh jalapenos.
The meatballs were very, very salty and we could not eat them.
Dessert was tres leches cake with fresh peaches, very good.
This was fine but we recently had tapas at another establishment and it was far better and authentic.
4.5 based on 86 reviews
Stopped here for lunch after a drive up My. Graylock. Perfect little cafe with a variety of sandwiches, soup, and bakery goods. Vegetarian options are available. Had a very tasty roast beef sandwich...with caramelized onions, red peppers, and cheddar cheese. A variety of drink options also available. Plenty of small cafe seating and clean bathrooms! A nice relaxing rest stop.
4 based on 265 reviews
We visited on a Friday night and it was very busy. We got seated very quick . The menu is rather large. I took a chance with the Butternut Squash Mac and Cheese. Outstanding! Everyone in our party had a great meal. Brandi was our waitress and she did a tremendous job considering how busy they were. She was efficient and polite!We certainly will be back!
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4 based on 198 reviews
We ate at Zucchini's for dinner on a Friday in November, 2017. Walking in, the ambiance was warm and welcoming with a lit fireplace, grey stone mantle, soft lighting and warm green walls. The chairs are warm brown leather. We were served warm artisan bread with a choice of butter or oil and I could almost stop there. My dinner was served with a perfect salad and the blue cheese dressing was excellent. My entree was Seafood Risotto. It consisted of shrimp, scallops and mussels over parmesan risotto. The flavors were incredible and I was compelled to moan just a little with each bite. The entree costs $25 but was worth it. I wholeheartedly recommend this place.
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