Find.Eat.Drink. in the Berkshires

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Find.Eat.Drink is a unique online free guide based on eating, drinking and shopping recommendations from chefs, sommeliers, bartenders, baristas, butchers and food artisans. From noteworthy restaurants and speakeasy cocktail dens to dive bars, unique food shops and farmers markets, you’ll find trustworthy recommendations throughout the site and mobile app. Featured in The New York Times, Wired, Fodor’s and the LA Times, the advice, some of it very passionate, doesn’t come from the average Yelper but from the likes of Marcus Samuelsson, chef-owner of Red Rooster Harlem, and Zak Pelaccio of Fatty Crab and Fatty ‘Cue in New York City.

A few months ago, Berkshire Farm & Table worked with the F.E.D. folks to connect to a posse of chefs in the Berkshires and Hudson Valley and solicit their recommendations for where to eat, drink and shop for great food in our part of the world.

At the start of 2014, they announced the F.E.D. 50: Where to Eat in 2014 with The Prairie Whale in Great Barrington, MA and Local 111 in Philmont, NY as the top-recommended spots in the Berkshire-Hudson region.

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Find.Eat.Drink. has added a Berkshires app to their mix. The Berkshires – “where the Gilded Age meets Green Acres” — were touted in the Huffington Post a few months ago featuring props from Chef Alfred Portale of Gotham Bar and Grill. Shops such as Rubiner’s Cheesemongers, Soco Creamery, The Old Mill and Stagecoach Tavern were on his A-list.

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More about food in the Berkshires and Hudson Valley in the coming months!

Photos courtesy of Huffington Post

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