We had a delicious dinner at Mezze on a chilly March night. The tables were busy, and for very good reason. We had the tagliatelle as well as the chicken. They were absolutlely delicious! I don't think I have had such a good dinner in quite a while. The broccoli Ceasar salad was unusual and not bad, but I wouldn't have it again. It was a lot of broccoli (replacing the traditional romaine) but not completely sucessful. Dessert was good but messy looking (the spice cake with pears) and not quite right. Needed ice cream? or something, but man, those main courses were close to ' died and gone to heaven' scale. Go and enjoy! It also wasn't as expensive as the 4 forks would indicate, although those might be March prices? MoreOpenTable Diner -
We dined on a Saturday night early - property needs updating (plans on display for updated clubhouse at this Country Club) But staff went out of way to help solve vegan diner issues given existing menu options and gladly substituted items to work it out - can't say enough about staff/kitchen solving the issue - overlook the tired dining room and enjoy the food. MoreOpenTable Diner -
Despite having a population of less than 5,000, Williamstown offers a diverse dining scene as a host to the highest-ranked liberal arts college in the country. You can opt for either a creative New American dish or head to a more traditional restaurant for New England classics like clam chowder and lobster rolls. For international cuisine, you can try the carrot pudding at a South Asian Tandoori restaurant, a Pad Thai dish at a Thai restaurant, sashimi from a sushi bar, or enchiladas from an authentic Mexican restaurant. Williamstown also hosts a number of small cafés and bistros where you can enjoy a light meal with a freshly brewed cup of coffee or espresso. If you desire a hearty meal or comfort foods, you will have no trouble finding a steakhouse or pub.