Westfield is a city in Hampden County, in the Pioneer Valley of western Massachusetts, United States. Westfield was first settled in 1660. It is part of the Springfield, Massachusetts Metropolitan Statistical Area. The population was 41,094 at the 2010 census.
Things to do in Westfield
4.5 based on 139 reviews
I had the burrito with roast pork. It was excellent. The best burrito I've had. Good chips and salsa.
This is small place. Seems to do a lot of take-out. I found it pulling off the Mass Pike at dinner time for a quick meal on a trip to NY. I'll be back.
Good value - dinner for two $23 (burritos, chips & drinks).
4.5 based on 50 reviews
Came with daughter who discovered Mama Cakes while at college in town. Now I know why she comes all the way back just for their phenomenal regular sized & mini cupcakes! Lovely cozy interior, charming outside tables. It is true, they also have the best cold brew iced coffee...the gentleman & daughter (?) were so friendly & welcoming, for me that alone is worth the price of admission! Absolutely a must stop in Westfield!
4.5 based on 7 reviews
Great coffee and fresh baked goods. Yummy cream cheese selections along with a good selection of bagels .Breakfast sandwiches too! Easy access and numerous Newspapers available for you reading pleasure. A nice place to meet and chat.
4.5 based on 145 reviews
It's more Everyday than Gourmet. Very frustrating. I know this chef can cook quite well. Even today, our Veal Saltimbocca was quite good. But the pasta with nearly industrial grade red sauce; the supermarket style grated "parmesan cheese", the mostly iceberg and iced salad with probably commercial salad dressing, very routine "Italian bread" and the lackluster wine list are all caught in a 1950s-60s time warp. It wouldn't pass muster in Italy, and it shouldn't here.
The owners and staff are nice people; the greeting is cordial; but the noise level from the low ceilings has always been annoying. At this price point, I would rather pay a little more to get a better meal. The espresso and cannolis were fine, but they haven't upped their game since the last time we were here several years ago.
5 based on 4 reviews
If you just want some caffeine, you can stop by one of the 7,000 DD in the area. If you want a good cup of coffee, try S.
But if you want a GREAT cup of coffee visit Circuit Coffee. A family and friend operation, Circuit Coffee contributes to making the downtown in Whip City a great place to visit. Tea and soft drinks are also available along with some tasty treats.
4 based on 139 reviews
Whether you are celebrating the end of the workday with drinks and appetizers at our beautiful 54-seat bar, or celebrating a more intimate occasion in one of our cozy dining rooms, the Westwood has something for you. Start your visit with one of our 24 beers on tap. Experience delicious house specialties from our menu.
Went out to eat on a Friday night to celebrate a friends birthday, we got a nice booth in the Pub area, very nice atmosphere, very accommodating manager, hostess and waitress. Very helpful describing foods that were on the menu. Prime rib was large, cooked to perfection, fish could be made blackened or baked without breading or with. Crisp fresh veggies were a perfect match.Garlic mashed potatoes were tasty. I enjoyed a cucumber martini before dinner and my husband had a large selection of beers on tap with a frosted mug.
4.5 based on 78 reviews
Santiago's is a small restaurant located in a old building that was a news stand in the 1960's and probably long before that. In this space they have created a cozy, splendid restaurant. It is impeccably clean inside. If you've never had Puerto Rican food it is a milder Mexican food. That's probably not a good description. If you haven't tried it you should. We had Potato Balls and Empanadas for appetizers. My wife had the Crushed Green Plantains filled with seafood. I had the stewed cube steak with onions. Both meals were delicious. They were much better than they sound. The staff is very friendly. My wife and I will be going back to try more on the menu. It's a great place.
4 based on 156 reviews
Food was absolutely phenomenal! I haven’t been here in ages and stopped for beer and quick bite to eat! It was attractively decorated w/ lights in the bar area( restaurant not opened yet) but lots of sm tables, too! I preferred sitting at the bar! The bartenders were very friendly, helpful and knowledgeable! The chef himself brought out rolls that I hadn’t even requested w/o asking( nice and warm and great touch!)I absolutely “LOVED THEIR MENU,” please let me say! Lots of fish items & appetizers which are hard to find nowadays “ANYWHERE!” I had stuffed quahogs( where do you even find that anywhere?) w/ steamers in red sauce! Scrumptious!! You absolutely have to go to this restaurant/ pub immediately! I promise you that you won’t be disappointed! They have all my very favorite items on their menu too! Prices were extremely reasonable! If you have never been here than do yourself a favor & go!!!!
4.5 based on 41 reviews
I haven't been here for a while, and was happily pleased to find it under a new ownership. The restaurant has good offerings, pleasant atmosphere, and nice waitstaff. Choices are the standard fare, but reasonably priced and with good portions. I did particularly enjoy the home fries. Crunchy and a little nip of spice.
4.5 based on 44 reviews
The soup and sandwiches here are very good. They offer a variety of soups and sandwiches in this very clean establishment. It's located inside an old mill but is very nicely decorated. The staff is always attentive and helpful. The prices are a little expensive but with the high Quality it's expected.
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