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Massachusetts Dining 2009

Massachusetts Dining 2009
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by in May 2009

Best Gelato:
SOUTHFIELD STORE, Southfield
What was once the general store for a tiny rural hamlet has now become a casual culinary offshoot of the renowned Old Inn on the Green in nearby New Marlborough. Yes, the breakfast pastries are outstanding, and the dinners leave foodies sighing, but for visions of paradise don’t miss the gelato–rich, smooth, and absolutely singing with pure, stunning flavor. 163 Norfolk Road. 413-229-5050; southfieldstore.com, oldinn.com

Best Hill-Town Dining:
GYPSY APPLE BISTRO, Shelburne Falls
Little bigger than a locket, Shelburne Falls has long had a disproportionate number of excellent eateries. The top spot belongs to this relative newcomer, where French technique frolics amid local produce and Caribbean influences. Entrées: from $22. 65 Bridge St.; 413-625-6345

Please Note: This information was accurate at the time of publication. When planning a trip, please confirm details by directly contacting any company or establishment you intend to visit.

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