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Lanesborough Pub Opens With...

It wasn't that long ago when Kim McArdle and her brother Brant...

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Roadside Grill Brings...

So Rum utilized some space in his property on 180 Main Road in which...

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Adams Ale House Holds Grand Opening

Williams and the Landers took over after Girard informed the Selectmen in February that he planned to lease the building. They stuck with the Adams Ale House name and held a soft opening in July to test the waters but since then have expanded their menu and offerings. click for more

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New North Adams Eatery Features Salad Bowls,...

The restaurant, located in the former Brewhaha space on Marshall Street, opened for business last Friday. Right now, it's open from 11 to 4 seven days a week and offers n build-your-own salads, beverages and specialty coffees, including a nitro cold-brew, although Emery says it plans to expand in... click for more

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Adams Ale House Reopens

The Adams Ale House has reopened under new management. New owners Robert Williams and Jen and Bill Lander agree if it isnít broke donít fix it. click for more

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Bigg Daddy's Cheesesteaks Opens Downtown...

There is no longer a need for people in Pittsfield to drive down to the city of brotherly love to get Geno's or Pats or Tony Luke's cheesesteaks. Authentic Philly Cheesesteaks are now available right on North Street. Xavier Jones opened Bigg Daddy's Philly Steak House in Crawford Square on... click for more

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Main Street Hospitality Appoints General Manager...

Mickey brings 20 years of hospitality experience to Main Street Hospitality with extensive operational and management expertise. click for more

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DeMarsico's Wine Cellar Opens Tasting Room in the...

Just as important is the light-filled tasting room filled with an assortment of seating, unique tables and bric-a-brac the couple scouted out. It's a little bit industrial, a nod to the historic mill it calls home, but also very obviously a place to enjoy a glass of wine. click for more