Find Dining Deals in the Berkshires

Posted on January 17, 2011 by Stan Rosen

Recently, the New York Times did a full-page feature on dining inDining Deals in the Berkshires the Berkshires.   The article pointed out that the current "farm-to-table" trend sweeping Food Network programming and new restaurant development throughout the country, had roots in the Berkshires more than a decade ago.

This is also a major theme of Anthony Bourdain's "Kitchen Confidential" sequel.

So add "culinary tourism" to the list of reasons people come to Lenox and the Berkshires....beyond Tanglewood, theater, museums and other world-class culture and natural beauty.

But like any tourism...there are seasonal ups and downs.    From now until June....local restaurants are creating further incentives to spend an evening with them.    A few examples:

  • The Mill on the Floss, Williamstown:  three-course dinner for $29 all nights the restaurant is open.
  • Viva, Glendale:  four-course meal for $25 on Wednesdays and Sundays.
  • Trattoria Rustica, Pittsfield:  three courses for $20.
  • Cork n' Hearth, Lenox:  $17 mid-week "old favorites" entres.
  • Alta, Lenox:   Three courses for $25, Sunday through Thursday

Restaurant Deals ImageThis is the tip of the iceburg.   The Berkshire Eagle featured many of the specials in an article today, called Dining Deals.

A more comprehensive list is available:  Berkshire Restaurant Off-Season Specials.

Or, for a Printable Version of this list, CLICK HERE.

Additionally, save money mid-week at Hampton Terrace, where rooms are typically 40% less off-season and mid-week.

CLICK HERE to see our current SPECIALS and DISCOUNTS

Topics: Food & Drink, Local Events/Places/Offers

Get The Latest Updates From our Blog

About the Author

Stan Rosen
Stan Rosen
Stan and Susan Rosen have owned Hampton Terrace since 1999. He is the ultimate first-person authority on all aspects relating to the inn.read more