The local pros guide to outdoor dining, picnicking, and exploring the Berkshires in the summertime.
A century-old vanilla maker; an honor-system farm store; an inn from 1773 - quintessential Berkshires.
There’s a little bit of Brooklyn happening in the Berkshires.
Chefs, bartenders, and wine pros lead you to their favorite picnic spots in the Berkshires and help you with ideas for locally-made provisions.
Explore the north end of the Berkshires with this guide from chef Sandy Smith of Gramercy Bistro, located on the MASS MoCA campus in North Adams.
Where to eat, drink, and souvenir shop while you're leaf peeping in the Hudson Valley, the Catskills, and the Berkshires.
Whether it’s for a cold custard treat, a juicy burger, or a lobster roll, pull over to the side of the road for these six authentic American food stands that chefs love.
An Old World style dinner in the country where the farm, the kitchen, and the table are all within feet of each other.
Founder Jim Denevan matched Lila Berle's farm with chef Brian Alberg for this year's Outstanding in the Field outdoor dinner event in the Berkshires.
Chef Annie Wayte brings her British sensibility to Western Connecticut.
Sommelier Dan Thomas, of the Red Lion Inn and newly opened Eat on North, is your tour guide for picking up drinkable souvenirs in Berkshire County.
"Pittsfield is our urban side. It is our dark side. It's where we were and where we are going."
Chef Brian Alberg of The Red Lion Inn is your guide for the new Berkshires food scene.
A video tour of chef Brian Alberg's favorite spots in the Berkshires.
Where's the best hot chocolate in the Berkshires? Restaurateur Mark Firth weighs in.