Crepes and good coffee and tea. While away a lazy afternoon or do a quick in'n'out: you can't go wrong either way. We went on the way to Jacob's Pillow and is definitely worth the stop
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We stopped for lunch before seeing dance performance at nearby Jacob's Pillow. Nice, friendly staff, but the crepes were just so-so. When served they were soggy, so we ate the filling, which was good but not terrific. Good coffee, but just average overall.
We come through here every summer and always enjoy great crepes and smoothies. This place is always crowded, and so the service suffers a bit- food isn't always on time or entirely correct, but the servers are always happy and kind and the food is...More
We drove extra miles to have breakfast at the Starving Artist. The choices, very healthy, are excellent, different and always delicious.
After waiting 30 minutes for our two crepes, the waitress told us the kitchen lost our ticket. We reordered our food, but what came out was messy looking and had no taste. The black bean crepe was only 1/4 filled with black beans that had...More
We stopped for lunch here on our way through Lee and it was great high quality food. Not quite what we were expecting since the panini was in sandwich bread slices and the chicken park crepe is a bit odd, but the flavors were great...More
If you're looking for a great place for breakfast or lunch in the Berkshires give the Starving Artists Cafe a try: the menu is unusual, the food and coffee are very good. Top this off with a wonderful vibe in a quaint space! Service is...More
If you like/love crepes, this is a definitely a place to eat. There is so many ones to choose from. Just be aware that place can get packed especially on the weekend.
Popular breakfast locale, especially for Sunday brunch time- live music. Plenty of options for the health conscious.
We love going to this place when in the bershires. They have very creative and tasty food. They are very allergy friendly also.