Dining Highlights

All this beautiful countryside we travel through is home to family owned and operated farms, growing and butchering the freshest ingredients that are sold to local restaurants. We have hand-selected the restaurants we work with to ensure that each meal is inspiring, nourishing, and supports regional farmers.

Dining Highlights on the Vermont and Northern Berkshires Tour

Mezze Bistro + Bar

A classic bistro style eatery offering refined contemporary American cuisine, warm hospitality in a historic 19th century home turned restaurant. You’ll find farmhouse tables draped in white linens, comfortable chairs, and wholesome dishes created using the freshest ingredients. Mezze is a pioneer in the Berkshires farm-to-table movement and is nationally recognized as an example of organic, sustainable, and ethical approach to the culinary world.

The Barrows House Restaurant

The Barrows House Restaurant is an American gastropub with a modern twist on traditional New England tavern fare. Their menus and beverages showcase Vermont’s abundance of local products and celebrate its farms and producers. These quality ingredients are simply prepared demonstrating classic culinary techniques offering guests seasonal tastes of Vermont.

The Silver Fork

An intimate dining experience featuring an international “menu in movement”. Chef Mark and wife Melody create menus according to inspiration and what is fresh in season. A true gem and wonderful experience awaits.

The West Town Eatery

The West Town Eatery is an onsite restaurant at the Weston Playhouse featuring an engaging, knowledgeable staff and a menu that meets the caliber of Weston’s performances.  The chef’s cuisine can be described as light, bright, seasonal, from scratch.  Chef Rogan, a Weston native, describes the experience that “Dinner before a show should be a positive, energetic, creative, and memorable”.

Bistro Henry

A quaint bistro serving French-inspired and Italian-influenced dishes. Their wine list has won the Wine Spectator Award of Excellence for 23 years in a row.