Massachusetts October 29, 2017
The Tiny Town In Massachusetts With The Most Scrumdiddilyumptious Restaurants
There’s nothing like discovering a new hotbed of great restaurants in your own backyard. Williamstown is a college community with plenty of quirky spots to eat and relax. Here are a few of the restaurants that make this small town of just 7,800 people a surprisingly great foodie destination.
Mezze Bistro + Bar
This place is a treat for the eyes and tastebuds. The Mezze Bistro + Bar is located in a lush corner of Williamstown and specializes in turning creative ingredients into masterful meals. The menu is simple but thoughtful, and they offer plenty of vegetarian and carnivore comfort food. Think creative salads, satisfying but sophisticated pasta and perfectly cooked meats. (777 Cold Spring Road, Williamstown)
Hops & Vines
If you’re looking for classic comfort food with a modern twist, head to Hops & Vines on Water Street. They serve crave-able New American fare alongside great craft beer and a surprisingly expansive wine list. The atmosphere is somewhere between an upscale spot and a cozy pub. Try the poutine with bacon or one of their signature cocktails. (16 Water Street, Williamstown)
The Spring Street Market & Cafe
This small town market and cafe is shockingly delicious, serving goodies made with fresh and local ingredients and flavors to die for. Stop in for a tasty sandwich, breakfast burrito or homemade pastry treat. They have a good selection of vegetarian options and the coffee is tasty as well. The sandwiches range between $7 and $9, but the quality is worth the extra buck or two. (66 Spring Street, Williamstown)
Hot Tomatoes Neapolitan Pizza
You can’t go wrong with pizza, and Hot Tomatoes is known for hitting the mark every time. Their pies are fresh, hot and insanely delicious. Locals and out-of-towners rave about their top-notch flavors and the flaky, buttery crust. This place is take-out only, so your pizza outside to the charming picnic area by the water if the weather is nice or plan on racing home to gobble up those warm slices. (100 Water Street, Williamstown)
Blue Mango serves impeccable Thai and Japanese fare. Their sushi boats will have you whipping out your camera and chopsticks, while the entrees are satisfying down to the last bite. Try the beef satay appetizer and don’t be afraid to pile on the sushi and sashimi. (27 Spring Street, Williamstown)
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