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Have a taste for turnip? The popular, seasonal Berkshire County dish is rarely seen on menus and often only served around the Thanksgiving holiday. But Dave Rock, chef and owner, says "we usually have it available and people come from all over the county to order it."
 

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905 Simonds Road, Route 7, Williamstown

413-458-5120

That kind of down-home cooking is what the Chef's Hat in Williamstown prides itself on, along with "service and smiles." The diner boasts a warm atmosphere with plenty of open seating; grab a stool at the classic diner counter or take one of the cozy booths. 

The breakfast menu has favorites like homemade corned beef hash and farm-fresh eggs; old-fashioned waffles loaded with strawberries, blueberry sauce, peach and walnut or cinnamon apple. Don't forget to request real Vermont maple syrup.

Rock says he'll make you a breakfast that you won't find anywhere else — over-stuffed omelets, melt-in-your-mouth pancakes or the diner’s famous cinnamon swirl French toast. The best part, breakfast is served all day so you don’t have to get up early.

The lunch menu is available beginning at 11 a.m. Order a cup of homemade soup of the day and half a deli sandwich or one of seven burger choices.

The grill is hot and ready to cook a classic Rueben of corned beef. Prefer seafood? Try the fried clams or scallop dinner.

Rock and his sons Devin and Eric invite all to come and try the fare at the Chef's Hat. If you don't have time to stay, they offer full takeout service.

The Chef's Hat is open Tuesday through Saturday from 6:30 a.m. to 2 p.m.,and Sunday from 7 a.m. to 3 p.m. Closed Monday.

Fish & Chips Scrod$8.95
Bacon Cheeseburger$8.50
Fried Clams$10.95
Hot Turkey Sandwich$8.95
3 Egg Cheese Omelet$5.50
Steak & Eggs$11.95
Western$5.25
Two Country Fresh Eggs w/meat & toast$5.25

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Cuisine: American
Atmosphere: Casual
Price Range: $2.25 - $14.95
Local/Chain: Local
Alcohol: No
Reservations: Large party only
Vegetarian Dishes: Yes
Payment: Visa, Mastercard, Diners Club, Cash
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""Chef's Hat is neighborly, friendly and warm. We thank Dave for this restaurant's charm"."
~Leslie
"We love breakfast we love lunch, sometimes we come for brunch. The food is great and always hot service is right on the dot. "No pickles please" is what we say, you can have it just your way. French Fries, slaw, and turnip too...daily specials just for you. Open six-thirty 'til 2:00 don’t miss out or you'll be blue. Dave and all his wondrous crew make Chef's Hat the place for you."
~Liz & Hillary Alton
""There's no place like it! I come here at least twice a week, the food and service are excellent, and the entertainment is free!"
~Bernie Loncto
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