Gramercy Bistro sits as an archaic red brick building enclosing an elegant but warm atmosphere. Don’t be fooled by its vintage outside covering.…
Gramercy Bistro sits as an archaic red brick building enclosing an elegant but warm atmosphere. Don’t be fooled by its vintage outside covering. It serves delicious contemporary American and French cuisine as well as offering unique menu entrees sourced from local food providers. This upscale bar is a delight boasting of an assortment of beverages ranging from cocktails, wines and special beer. Specials on dessert are absolutely to die for! It is vegan-friendly, has gluten-free options and they welcome people in groups too. The ambiance is soothing, relaxed and comfortable. Chefs, bartenders, and waitresses are pretty knowledgeable and welcoming.
The crab cakes in fantastic wasabi vinaigrette sauce are a must-try. If you do not fancy wasabi then the crab cakes also blend splendidly well with spicy pickled cucumber. The Bistro’s paella is nourishing, vibrant and without pretension, which is why it is worthy of mention. Having gained its Certificate of Excellence, the Bistro has a superb winery list which is also worth a quick look. A constant contributor to Berkshire Grown, some of the cuisines are seasonal whilst some such as the delicious blue cheese are imported straight from France.
Located on the same grounds is the Mass MoCA which is the largest center for contemporary visual and performing arts. This place drives in a lot of traffic naturally because of its amazing exhibitions and contemporary art pieces. You may attend this before showing up at the Bistro for a light and relaxing meal. The surroundings around Gramercy Bistro are quite artistic, like the rest of North Adams which tourists have playfully termed as “The Home of the Mohawk Trail”. You should definitely visit the nearby museums, such as the Berkshire Art Museum. This is about 0.3 miles from the Gramercy Bistro, which won’t be too far to come back in for a dessert or cocktail. After leaving the Bistro, you should definitely also go about 2.50 miles to the Cascade Waterfall if you’re a nature-loving person. The falls freeze when it snows and this is a phenomenal sight.