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Downtown Pittsfield Announces 'Trick or Eat'

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PITTSFIELD, Mass. — Dining in downtown Pittsfield will be a spooky occasion over the Halloween weekend.
 
Downtown Pittsfield Inc. will be holding a "Trick or Eat" event over Halloween, Friday, Oct. 30, to Sunday, Nov. 1.
 
Trick or Eat is sponsored by Downtown Pittsfield Inc. with candy sponsors: Big Y, Lee Bank, Market 32, and the Marketplace Café.
 
Any diners wearing a costume or a Halloween themed COVID-19 mask at participating restaurants will receive a handful of treats with the purchase of a dine-in or take-out meal.
 
Participating restaurants are: 
 
Berkshire General Store 
 
District Kitchen & Bar 
 
Dottie’s Coffee Lounge 
 
Eat on North 
 
Flavours of Malaysia 
 
Hot Harry’s 
 
Marketplace Café 
 
Methuselah Bar & Lounge 
 
Mission Bar & Tapas 
 
Panchos Mexican Restaurant 
 
Patrick’s Pub 
 
That’s a Wrap Café 
 
Thrive Diner 
 
Tito’s Mexican Grill 
 
Check with the restaurant for hours of operation.
 
Downtown Pittsfield Inc. encourages sharing costumes or pictures of the event on social media @downtownpittsfield on Instagram or @heartoftheberkshires with hashtags #trickoreat, #dinedowntownpittsfield and #heartoftheberkshires.
 
For more information, visit downtownpittsfield.com.

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