Making my weekly stroll through the Farmer's market mid Saturday morning and decided to check at the Arts Block building which donned a red, white and blue flag announcing that it was open for business. I am a long time resident of Greenfield, but I haven't quite figured out the usage for this building since Clark's left the space.
I was greeted by lovely exposed brick walls, an open kitchen, the sound and smell of bacon sizzling on the grill, a talented duo singing Beatles songs playing the guitar and the piano, a chalk board menu with all sorts of enticing goodness, and a server enthusiastically letting me know that a different chef is there every Saturday with a varied menu that incorporates most everything it serves from local farms. I had to try it, of course!
I ordered the breakfast sandwich on a soft, buttery homemade biscuit that was loaded with smoked turkey, crispy bacon, a perfectly fried egg, a slice of ripe avocado, and melted tangy Vermont cheddar. I took a deep breath, relaxed, enjoyed the music, savored my sandwich, sipped on a strong cup of coffee, and watched the world go buy through the big picture window.
Absolutely cannot wait to go back next week and see who's in the kitchen and what's cooking. This was a great value as well. My sandwich was only 5 bucks! I told the server that I could never figure out what was going on in this building and she suggested keeping on eye on it through the newspaper and putting my name on their mailing list which I did before heading out the door on my way back home.
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