The Best Restaurants in the Sheffield MA area
While staying with us, we can suggest some of the best restaurants in the Berkshires that are worth a visit. Many Berkshire restaurants are family-owned and pride themselves in using the best local ingredients. Explore everything from traditional Greek cuisine to fresh sushi and Mediterranean dishes.
Whether it’s a delicious brunch, a hearty lunch, or a fresh-cooked dinner you’re craving, you’ll find exactly what you want here in the area. Here are some of the many restaurants we can recommend.
Aegean Breeze features Mediterranean and Greek cuisine casual dining in Great Barrington. Lunch, dinner with daily specials. Entrees include souvlaki, seafood, gyro, pasta, steak, chicken. Open 7 days 11am-11pm.
Allium offers a farm-to-table seasonal menu featuring contemporary American cuisine.
Baba Louie’s Pizza
Wood fired organic sourdough pizza topped with the freshest ingredients; soups, salads, and sandwiches are also available at Baba Louie’s Pizza.
Barrington Brewery & Restaurant
Recommended by Zagat’s, AAA, Frommers, recipes from Barrington Brewery & Restaurant are in Bon Appetit’s 50th Anniversary Edition book. Inexpensive kids menu, handcrafted beer, and outside dining in Great Barrington.
An old time roadside eatery, Bistro Box serves lunch, lunchboxes, veggie fare and family favorites in Great Barrington.
Bizen Japanese Restaurant
Gourmet world-class sushi and authentic Japanese cuisine at Bizen Japanese Restaurant
Berkshire Co-op Market
Natural foods store & café featuring local & organic produce, meat & seafood, prepared foods & extensive wellness department. The Berkshire Co-op Market is open to all!
Housed in an old grist mill, The Old Mill has a simple yet elegant setting, a comfortable and warm room with dark woods and white-clothed tables topped with fresh flowers. The restaurant doesn’t take reservations, but there’s a cozy bar area which makes a short wait enjoyable. Old Mill.
At the Marketplace Cafe, you can enjoy a variety of signature sandwiches made fresh, custom-made oven baked flatbread, pizzas, refreshing hand-tossed salads and Lattes. It’s a three-minute walk from Staveleigh House and a great place to shop for picnic foods.
Stage Coach Tavern
Zagat Survey quoted, “This ‘time stood still’ tavern in a stately Federalist farm house is a winner among city weekenders. Reasonably priced American vittles are simply prepared but delicious! Just what comfort food should be.” Be sure to check out the Stage Coach Tavern on your next visit to the Berkshires!