North Adams is a city in Berkshire County, Massachusetts, United States. It is part of the Pittsfield, Massachusetts Metropolitan Statistical Area. Its population was 13,708 as of the 2010 census, making it the least populous city in the state. Best known as the home of the largest contemporary art museum in the United States, the Massachusetts Museum of Contemporary Art, North Adams has in recent years become a center for tourism, culture and recreation.
Things to do in North Adams
4.5 based on 571 reviews
Founded in 2011, PUBLIC serves casual, inventive American food with an emphasis on freshness, flavor, and in-house preparation. The restaurant offers an extensive, rotating craft beer program with 11 taps and over a dozen additional selections in bottles, along with a carefully curated wine list and inventive cocktail offerings. PUBLIC serves lunch Thursday - Sunday from 11:30am + dinner 7 days from 4pm. The bar is open until midnight or later.
Gastro-pub? Neighborhood hangout? Whatever, busy but inviting space, long bar, great selection of beer and cider, and outstanding food from a schnitzel sandwich (with excellent fried) to a perfectly prepared steak. Be warned, the ice cream sandwich between two home made chocolate chip cookies is a meal in itself. Staff are all great too.
4.5 based on 15 reviews
Best, healthiest and freshest meal you get in North Adams. It is my favorite place for lunch. Skip everywhere else, this is where it's at.
5 based on 4 reviews
For coffe aficionados, you can find all your fancy drips and double espressos here, and sit at an industrial-style stool, prepare for your meeting or catch up on the news on your iPad. Understated fashionable. We didn't try the baked goods, but they looked appetizing.
4 based on 228 reviews
The place was highly recommended by our hotel. I wish we had gone with our trip advisor list. The cod was barely done and cooled quickly. The vegetable medley was bland and watery which ran into the fish and sweet potato tater tots. The other dish was 4pc fried chicken that was pretty good and the Brussels spouts that were cold and bland. We brought this to our waitress and they were replaced by a serving of homemade mac n cheese. Service was not the best as We had to ask for help to find our waitress for the check after waiting for about ten minutes.
4.5 based on 115 reviews
Traditional Italian fare with an American touch. Located in the newly renovated Mulcare Block of North Adams directly across the street from Mass MoCA and just 7 minutes from Williamstown. Scratch made cuisine prepared by Chef/Owner as well as newly designed bar and lounge featuring craft cocktails.
The atmosphere was warm and welcoming at this local Italian restaurant.
We started off with a couple of cocktails, both of which were very good - Lemon Basil Blossom and Carl's Margarita ... if you like Cinnamon, go for this innovitive margarita made with house-infused cinnamon tequila, apple cider, and a cinnamon sugar rim ... cinnamon heaven!!!!
We had their Veal Chop, a generous portion, cooked pink as we requested, which came with a salad starter.
The atmosphere was buzzing, and the restaurant full even though it was mid-week - always a good sign.
The staff were attentive and friendly, but to be honest the bar staff won them my 4 'stars' with their cocktails, rather than the chefs for the food.
4 based on 209 reviews
Chef Alexander Smith is always committed to using the finest and freshest ingredients around. supporting independent farms, locally and abroad, since opening in 2001. we buy organic, farm raised food and are proud members of Berkshire Grown.
Went for dinner on an overnight at the Porches and it was the perfect spot. We could walk from the hotel. The restaurant was not crowded so we had excellent service. THe paella was more than ample, i didn't need an appetizer and my husbands dish was terrific too. Nice selection of wines and desserts. I would highly recommend this restaurant for a more upscale meal when visiting MassMOCA> the decor is not fancy so it's dressy casual
4.5 based on 84 reviews
It's a GREAT place to eat!!!!!!!!!! You definitely get a bang for your buck at this place. If you leave hungry then it's because you didn't order enough. Only draw back is it's a tiny place with very limited seating so you have to get lucky and hope they aren't busy if you want to dine in.
4.5 based on 82 reviews
Busy Saturday morning but got a table quickly.....Service was slow and getting our breakfast was slower. My biscuits and sausage were good but home fries not great. I judge most breakfast places on their home fries so .......
4 based on 75 reviews
Our friend who lives in Williamstown told us not to miss this place, and we took his advice. It's a hole in the wall--seating available only on benches outdoors--but their homemade ice cream in interesting but not bizarre flavors was fabulous. We shared the medium-size espresso with chocolate chips ice cream, which was plenty for two people. Luscious and creamy!
4 based on 99 reviews
Home style cooking and baking in a cosmopolitan setting. Serving sides of jazz, Berkshire street life and light cafe fare.
We got very good coffee here on a recent trip to North Adams. I had the frittata for breakfast and it was okay. I think the pastries are better but I wanted something healthier. The place was packed so I think it's a very popular spot with the locals and the coffee was definitely worth it.
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