300 North Main Street Florence, MA 01062 +1 413 586 8686
Music lovers will never be disappointed with Pines Theater, a venue that has seen some of the very best performances by rock stars and legends. If the artist is well acclaimed, then tickets can cost between $65-100. If you are on a shoe-string budget, don't fret because tickets also come cheaper!
575 Hartford Turnpike Shrewsbury, MA 01545 +1 508 845 8051
Just outside the city of Worcester is Hebert Candies. Founded in 1917, Hebert Candies has been New England's primary producer of chocolates and candies. The mansion, purchased by the owner in 1946, has been home to the candy company ever since, with chocolate made on the premise and a complete candy store inside. You can find seasonally-themed chocolate pops, a do-it-yourself ice cream bar and even hold birthday parties or other events at the mansion. Tasty chocolates and unique sweet treats are the reason to come out here to pick up some goodies for the kids or yourself!
50 Foster Street Worcester, MA 01608 +1 508 755 6800
The DCU Center formerly known as The Centrum is a wonderful arena that hosts various musical events, expositions and even the WWE Smack Down! Ranked often in the top five venues by Billboard magazines, it has played host to world famous artists like Neil Diamond, Billy Joel, Bruce Springsteen and Hilary Duff. The DCU Center started its state of the art convention center in 1997 which has various features like meeting rooms, football rooms and even kitchen facilities.
286 Central Street, Suite 115, Leominster Plaza Leominster, MA 01453 +1 978 537 7750
Hit Classic's "Piano Bar" for some great drinks and the best Jazz around. You can bring your own food and enjoy their scrumptious desserts that change on a weekly basis. Their best drink is a martini, but they also have a wide selection of wine and beer. Classic's features live jazz on their baby grand piano as well as an accoustic guitar band every Thursday evening. Hang out by the fireplace or one of their plasma screen TVs and kick back with friends or a date.
206 Worcester Road Princeton, MA 01541 +1 978 464 5775
At Sonoma the regular cuisine is conspicuous by its absence, but that will not deter the die hard foodie to try an interesting entree like the mushroom crusted fillet of Norwegian salmon. Now you think the cuisine is Scandinavian? Heck no! Wait till you see the pan seared ahi tuna and "masoor Dal" with Indian spices going! Fresh seasonal ingredients are this reataurant's forte and the continental kitchen does several somersaults as far as innovations are in question. The wine lovers will enjoy the gurgling and flowing Pinot Noir on their tables. The restaurant is open from Tuesday to Saturday from 5p onwards
198 East Main Street Milford, MA 01757 +1 508 482 1700
Winner of the Wine Spectator Award of Excellence 2004, Truffles boasts of a spectacular list of both reds and whites. Chef Anna Wallach puts in great efforts to ensure that the food gets due acclaim too-there's filet mignon, rack of lamb, blackened mahi mahi, wild Alaskan halibut and lots more innovative items to choose from. The ever-changing menu is sure to keep you coming back for more.
30 Union Street Pittsfield, MA 01201 +1 413 499 5446
The Barrington Stage Company offers year-round entertainment and events for all age groups. Parking is free, and refreshments and a gift shop are available. The company is best known for their production of The 25th Annual Putnam County Spelling Bee, which eventually went on to Broadway and won two Tony Awards. Their renovated 1912 theater in downtown Pittsfield is the new permanent home to this leading theater company.
87 Marshall Street MASS MoCA (Massachusetts Museum of Contemporary Art) North Adams, MA 01247 +1 413 663 5300
Gramercy Bistro offers a tantalizing fare of classical American cuisine. The executive chef Alexander Smith gives the preparations his own contemporary additions. Feast on their menu of scallops, chops, steaks, salads and grilled chicken. Operational hours of this place may vary, contact the bistro before visiting. The restaurant is located within the Massachusetts Museum of Contemporary Art; enjoy a break from your arty tour and gorge on some edible creativity.
134 Hartsville New Marlborough Road Route 57, Village Green, The Old Inn On The Green New Marlborough, MA 01230 +1 413 229 7924
The dining room at The Old Inn On The Green is a wonderful place to relish on some delectable haute cuisine made in the American flair. The executive chef Peter Platt gives the traditional New England cuisine his own creative twist. He also loves offering his diners a refreshing menu daily. He can also accommodate guests with a gluten free or a vegetarian menu. When the weather is pleasant, guests can enjoy their meals on the terrace, gorging on delectable food while nestled beneath canopies.
801 Springfield Street Feeding Hills Agawam, MA 01030 +1 413 786 1900
On Springfield Street, nestled among shopping outlets, entertainment facilities and eateries, lies Casa Di Lisa. At this restaurant, you can take your pick from Italian delights or sizzling steaks and even seafood specials. Complement your meal with a wine from their collection, that has won Wine Spectator's Award of Excellence for three consecutive years. You can also choose from their martini list; every dish has a drink that can be coupled with.
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