While Pittsfield is the urban center of the Berkshires, it still has its fair share of farms, farm stands, CSAs, and a popular downtown Farmers Market. Farm to table is a way of life in the Berkshires, and like the rest of the county, Pittsfield prides itself in support of local produce. So don’t be surprised when you see many of these farm names and other producers throughout the Berkshires proudly displayed on our restaurant’s menus. Photo credit: Roots Rising
Berkshire Organics brings the farmers market to your door! Working closely with local farmers and food producers, this not-for-profit home delivery service works hard to make locally produced, nutrient-dense, delicious food accessible to every home in the Berkshire-Taconic region.
15 Commercial St. | 803-293-6007 | berkshireorganics.com
600 Williams St. | 413-499-1476 | brattlefarm.com
Gorgeous family-owned farm on the west side of Pittsfield. Farm stand open every day in season: Monday – Saturday 10am – 6pm; Sunday 10am – 5pm
325 Forthill Ave. | 413-822-3342 | forthillfarm.org
Guidos Fresh Marketplace
A family-owned, independent grocery store bringing you local and gourmet food since 1979. Fresh fruits, vegetables, specialty items, wine and beer, juice and smoothie bar, pizza, and a large assortment of prepared foods to go make Guido’s a local favorite with foodies and non-foodies alike.
1020 South St. | 413-442-9912 | guidosfreshmarketplace.com
Pittsfield Farmer’s Market
The first teen run farmers in the region and the place to be Saturday mornings. A year-round and producer-only market with live music, chef demos, workshops and children’s activities. 9am -1pm. Photo credit Roots Rising.
May-October: Every Saturday, Outdoors on The Common, 100 First St.
November-April: The second Saturday of the month, Indoors at Zion Lutheran Church, 74 First St.