Eat & Drink

Tito’s Mexican Grill Comes to the Berkshires

The anticipated Tito’s Mexican Grill, replacing Baba Louie’s at 34 Depot St., is to come to fruition, opening around New Years Day. Co-owner Luis Verde had planned to open the restaurant by early December, but the opening was delayed while he waited for the state to approve the liquor license transfer from Baba Louie’s to […]

Peak Organic: The Juice

Looking for a beer to remind you of summer time and warm sun rays? I gotcha covered; or rather, Peak Organic has you covered. Recently, Peak released a new pale ale dubbed “The Juice”. This baby is a solid brew and shouldn’t be missed. Let me tell you more…. I popped open the 16 oz. […]

A night out at Camp Fire

Camp Fire, opened in August of this year, is a natural extension of Jeremy Stanton’s artisanal butcher shop, The Meat Market. Located in a space attached to the well-known Great Barrington butchery, Camp Fire is a family-friendly restaurant that specializes in classic American favorites, using fresh and local ingredients, at a wallet-friendly price. I spoke […]

Mingo’s Sports Bar and Grill still in capable hands

Although ownership might change over the years, it doesn’t mean quality has to. Mingo’s Sports Bar and Grill will change hands, with Matt Moore taking over the North Adams staple. Moore is a resident of nearby North Bennington, Vermont. Mingo’s will be in capable hands, too, as Moore is no stranger to the beer and […]

Samuel Smith’s Oatmeal Stout

Samuel Smith’s Oatmeal Stout

    As it gets colder, my beer tends to get darker and darker. This month I decided to pick one of my all-time favorite beers, Samuel Smith’s Oatmeal Stout. The brewers at Samuel Smith’s Old Brewery have been at it since 1758, and still are killing the game! The years of experience really shine through […]

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