Black Swan Inn, an Ascend Collection Hotel
435 Laurel Street
Lee, MA 01238
Phone: (413) 243-2700
Fax: (413) 637-0798
435 Laurel Street, Lee, MA, US, 01238
- Phone: (413) 243-2700
- Fax: (413) 637-0798
Bars & Cafes
Known for its wonderful homemade ice cream, Bev
This local coffee house is a nice gathering place, and serves, along with some of the finest roasted coffees, espressos, and coffee specialty beverages, a nice selection of teas and freshly baked goods.
Located beneath the Red Lion Inn, The Lion's Den is an intimate nighttime hangout in Stockbridge with live music (and no cover charge) every day of the week. Come by for some New England pub grub and local Berkshire brews. There is also Trivia Night once a month on the third Thursday of the month. Lunch is also served during the summer months. Feel free to pay for your meal and drinks with your Berkshares.
With lunch, dinner and late night menus, this restaurant features delicious entrees that include steaks, seafood, pasta dishes, salads, appetizers, a full bar, and much more.
Nestled among the woods surrounding the quaint town of Becket, at the edge of the October Mountain State Forest, the Dream Away Lodge provides the ideal atmosphere to, well, dream away. The quietness of the surroundings, coupled with the charm of the establishment, accentuated by its rich history, make for just the place you would want to be on a lazy Sunday afternoon, enjoying a quiet and delicious dinner with your partner. The menu is a nice blend of Contemporary dishes and local specialties, and they also offer seasonal menus. Apart from the charm it exudes, the lodge is also the venue where local musicians display their talents at the regular concerts and shows held here. See the website for more information.
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.
This casual restaurant serves handcrafted ales and a menu of soups, salads, side orders, burgers, sausages,
Uncommon Grounds is an organic coffee house that features, besides the delicious coffee specialities, a full service juice bar and vegetarian cafe that serves lunch daily.
Established in 2007, Allium Restaurant + Bar offers a tantalizing fare of American cuisine. The restaurant has a refreshing menu to offer every season. Practicing the philosophy of farm to table, the ingredients are freshly sourced from local farms and fishermen. On Wednesdays, thought the kitchen is closed, guests can enjoy a drink at the bar that remains open till 2a. Nestled in the bustling Downtown of Great Barrington, allium is a wonderful place to take a break from your shopping or touring.
Proudly proclaiming that it serves the best New York style bagels outside of New York, this bagel shop features seventeen flavours of cream cheese, a large selection of smoked fish specialties, deli sandwiches, salads, and some of the most talked about homemade soups and chili to be found in Great Barrington.
The dining room at The Old Inn On The Green is a wonderful place to relish on some delectable haute cuisine made in the American flair. The executive chef Peter Platt gives the traditional New England cuisine his own creative twist. He also loves offering his diners a refreshing menu daily. He can also accommodate guests with a gluten free or a vegetarian menu. When the weather is pleasant, guests can enjoy their meals on the terrace, gorging on delectable food while nestled beneath canopies.
Nestled in a country inn at the foot of Jiminy Peak, John Harvard's Brewery is a great place to soak in some warmth in the cold mountain ranges. Resembling a log cabin, the place is furbished in wood and covered in hues of yellow, creating a vibrant ambiance. Relish a meal of burgers, sandwiches, steaks, salads and John Harvard's special burgers along with your brews. On weekends, the bar is open beyond 11p, so visitors can enjoy drinks till later in the night.