The Olde Forge Restaurant is a busy spot for all the best reasons. They serve the best beer and hot food. If you drive down Route 7 you’ll soon come across a…
The Olde Forge Restaurant is a busy spot for all the best reasons. They serve the best beer and hot food. If you drive down Route 7 you’ll soon come across a huge sign that leads to a welcoming entrance to the pub. The wooden interior design gives it a cozy and pleasant atmosphere followed by the bar area. Here you’ll find fridges that have hundreds of selections of beers that make it easier to pick your favorite or try out a new brew. The 10-15 taps that are constantly running are a signal that these are experienced beer professionals that have something from possibly everywhere!
To not miss are the delightful chicken wings that come in a couple of different flavors. Spicy or less spicy variations will be completely up to you! The restaurant has been around for decades in one form or the other so they definitely understand their clientele quite well. The rest of the menu includes other treats such as Balsamic vinaigrette, burgers, steaks and other selections that are typically found in pubs. They are especially busier on holidays such as St Patrick but the up-side is they’ll have more Irish traditional brew.
After you’ve had your fill of the beers and finger-licking wings at The Olde Forge, just 3.5 miles is Ramblewild. This is a forest adventure destination with zip lines and aerial parks. Perfect for fitness buffs, it’ll raise your adrenaline and perhaps another way to relax after this activity would be to head over to Whitney’s Farm Market and Garden Center. You’ll like this if you’re a plant lover and are into organic produce. Tip: Ask for the cookies. If you’re traveling with your kids, the Berkshire Carousel is ‘the’ spot.