Alina’s - Chef/owner Martin Amaya invites you to Alina’s, his family-owned ristorante, to taste authentic Italian cuisine showcasing seasonal and locally produced ingredients. Alina’s award-winning menu is complemented by an extensive wine list, full bar and relaxed atmosphere. Enjoy weekly specials including live jazz, menu a prezzo fisso and family pasta night. Tuesdays-Sundays 5-10pm. 96 Russell Street (Rt. 9), Hadley
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Housed in the historic Montague Mill building, The Alvah Stone offers authentic American food and drink in an atmosphere that’s both casual and modern. Come for creative, ingredient-focused food and a full bar serving regional craft beers, a broad selection of wines, and inventive cocktails.
440 Greenfield Road, Montague
Appalachian Naturals – “Local Agriculture is Everyone’s Business.®” Dressings, dips, grill sauces & salsa made in the Northeast using local farm ingredients.
A New England Apple Orchard and Country Food Market nestled in an old country orchard against the scenic Holyoke Mountain Range in the historic Pioneer Valley where the Atkins Farm has been growing apples for over 100 years. Home of the world famous “Atkins Cider Donuts”.
1150 West St. (Corner of Bay Road & Rte. 116), South Amherst
Atlas Farm – We grow certified organic produce year round for our farm store in South Deerfield, farmers markets, and wholesale customers throughout New England. Flavor, freshness, and sustainable growing practices are our priorities from seed to harvest.
218 Greenfield Rd., South Deerfield
Visit our country store for: apples, peaches, apricots, pears, plums, apple cider and vegetables, store baked pies and breads, local maple syrup and honey, crafts and gifts, meat pies, pierogi, preserves and Mapleline milk. Pick your own in season. Remember those awesome cider donuts!
160 East St, Southampton
A small, certified organic apple orchard featuring an assortment of craft hard ciders fermented with wild yeast, available in select retailers locally. We also offer U-pick apples & cider tastings at our beautiful hillside farm on fall weekends.
1209B Hawley Rd Ashfield
Oldest fermentation shop in western Massachusetts, celebrating our 39th year. Supplies for making beer, wine, cheese, vinegar, cider, mead & soda. Custom all-grain orders done by calling ahead.
Hours: Tues., Wed., Fri. 9:30-5 | Thurs. 9:30-7 | Sat. 10-3 | Closed Sunday & Monday.
154 King St., Northampton
The Bement School, founded in 1925 and located in historic Deerfield, is a co-educational junior boarding and day school serving 220 students in grades kindergarten through grade 9. The pervasive atmosphere at Bement is that of a family, learning and living together.
94 Old Main St, Deerfield
The Bower Studio specializes in local and US handmade gifts, jewelry, herbal products, and natural curiosities. We produce soaps and salves in-house. Our herbal apothecary is stocked with dried herbs plus a variety of handcrafted tinctures, elixirs, and skin care. 378 Daniel Shays Hwy (Rt 202), Pelham | TheBowerStudio.com | www.facebook.com/TheBowerStudio | 413-687-6761
Champney’s Restaurant & Tavern at the Deerfield Inn is open seven days from 11:30 a.m. on. Comfy and casual with fireplaces, 12 draught beers, a great dining bar, and porch dining in season, we celebrate our area growers, producers, brewers, and foragers with menus that change with the season. We are eco-friendly and support sustainability and our local farmers. Come and gather at a New England table!
81 Old Main Street, Deerfield
Join us for local farm fresh food and an incredible wine selection in a stunning candlelit atmosphere. Open for lunch 7 days, dinner Wednesday–Sunday. Indoor and outdoor seating, private rooms for parties.
25 Greenfield Road, South Deerfield
Established in 1987, Classic Kitchens has been providing quality kitchens and baths to Western Mass and beyond. Our experienced designers offer solutions for every budget along with a design approach tailored to fit the needs and scope of each client and project.
20 Colrain Street, Greenfield 01301
The Common School offers independent, progressive education for children ages 3-12 in the Pioneer Valley. We believe that meaningful education must cultivate the imagination and instill an appreciation for learning as an engaging, joyful pursuit.
Please visit us at CommonSchool.org
ConVino Wine Bar, located beneath Thornes Marketplace, is a cozy new spot for delicious wines and foods in a setting that is stylish without attitude, comfortable but not frumpy, grown up but not stodgy. Open daily at 3pm.
101 Armory Street, Northampton
A family farm since 1936! Pasture raised turkey, chicken, eggs, grass fed beef and lamb available year round in our farm store. We also offer a variety of home-made meals including pot pies, turkey T.V. dinners, beef shepherd's pies, soups, desserts and a whole lot more.
See our website for our gift bag offerings for new parents, a sick friend or elderly relative and watch for information on our upcoming spring thru fall meat CSA.
We are happy to cater your event, small or large. Ask about our Chicken BBQ! Also selling lumber and compost.
Open Monday-Saturday 7am-5pm & Sunday 10am-3pm, closed Sundays January through mid April.
126 Mormon Hollow Road, Wendell
The award winning Esselon Café features fresh roasted coffee, rare and exotic teas, and a full menu. We offer outdoor dining during the Spring, Summer and Fall months in our gardens. Esselon Coffee is an independently owned artisan coffee roaster and distributor of tea, syrups, coffee making equipment, coffee and tea accessories.
99 Russell Street Hadley
The Franklin County CDC provides an opportunity for business owners to build their capacity to make sound decisions that will launch or grow their businesses. Since 1979, we’ve been growing sustainable businesses and communities by providing professional guidance and support with business development programs, and the Western Mass Food Processing Center.
324 Wells Street, Greenfield
The cooking classes conducted by James Beard Award winning Chef Sanford (Sandy) and Angie D’Amato are for everyone from the beginner to the most experienced cook. Sandy has been cooking and teaching for 40+ years in New York City, France, Italy, and Mexico City and as a guest chef all over the world. Good Stock Farm offers demonstration classes and hands-on lunch and dinner classes.
Franklin Community Co-op operates Green Fields Market in Greenfield and McCusker’s Market in Shelburne Falls. Both stores offer fresh organic produce, bulk foods, organic meats and cheeses, wellness items and natural groceries. We have a full-service deli and artisan bakery, featuring homemade soups, baked goods, sandwiches, muffins, cakes, salads and a hot bar. Everyone is welcome at the Co-op.
144 Main Street, Greenfield