Berkshires Native Tapped as New Restaurant Manager at Eat on North

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PITTSFIELD, Mass. — Paul Clark, general manager of Hotel on North, has announced the appointment of Paul Thayer as the new restaurant manager of Eat on North, the hotel's signature restaurant, located at 297 North St.

Thayer was with The Williams Inn for the past three years, most recently as director of food and beverage. Prior to the Williams Inn, he was the maître d'hotel at the Cranwell Resort in Lenox,  and he also worked at the Julien Restaurant at the Langham Hotel in Boston.

"Paul Thayer is an inspired leader who believes passionately in the culinary creativity and focus on locally sourced ingredients of the Berkshires," Clark said. "I'm joined by the entire staff when I say he is a welcome addition to lead the Eat on North team, especially now with the introduction of our newest seasonal menus."

In his new position, Thayer will collaborate with executive chef Ron Reda to lead the food and beverage team, while managing all facets of restaurant and banquet operations.  He is charged with strengthening the Eat on North brand, focusing on providing unparalleled hospitality to guests.

Eat on North is open for breakfast, lunch and dinner seven days a week, with brunch on Sundays.  For reservations call 413-553-4210.


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