Many of those that are open and serving are already fully booked. Here are some that are still available to reserve seats for Thanksgiving dinner.
"This was hospitality and food and beverage from 1790 until 2009." — Craig Barnum
"We want to bring some nice Italian to downtown North Adams and hit on Mass MoCA and the local market." — Matthew Tatro
"We love to give back to the community. This seemed like a great opportunity." — Jared Decoteau
"For me, Friendly's is hometown, but since a few years ago, it doesn't feel like that." — Joe Burdick
"I just think that misrepresented how we do business in general." — Board of Health Chairman Bobbie Orsi
"We were just getting ready to leave and we heard bang ... we went out there and the dining room was wiped out." — Bigs Waterman
Both stores must continue to operate as they are until the ABCC approves the licenses.
"Essentially what I am doing is putting it into a coma right now." — William Kolis
"Generally speaking, any time this board grants a variance, someone complains." — ZBA member David Levine
"I think with the mayor taking the stance of, don't bother with them, then it became an issue for us because that's not how MassDOT usually operates." — John Pierce
"Everything is made with love." — Ashlee Zanconato
"We're gathering a team to make this a total 100 percent redevelopment ... a viable redevelopment." — David Moresi
“We looked at Red Sauce, and we thought this town needs Italian, that’s it.” — Anthony Donovan
"We're steering away from the cookie-cutter pub fare." — Matt Tatro