The North Adams Transcript from North Adams, Massachusetts on June 24, 1933 · Page 3
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North Adams, Massachusetts
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Saturday, June 24, 1933
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XHt. MUKJH AUAMB tVUNLNG «U*T. SATUKUAV. JUNE Z4, 1MJ PAOB HfttAN W HYnot try a variety of "little vacations" right here at home this summer? A refreshing break in the monotony each week—buying only gasoline and one good dinner—'home to your own comfortable bed at night—a new destination,, differentsurroundings, different cooking each week—a succession of sur- Old Bennington Inn OLD BENNINGTON, VT. TEL. 114 One of New England's most beautiful homes in which the quaint antique furnishings and-decorations have been preserved for your delight. Our cuisine you will find unexcelled—come and have Dinner, Lunch or Tea. We serve bridge luncheons and cater to special parties. Management of Edward 8. Wlltbank WHEN IN Pit TSFIELD HOTEL WENDELL Is at Your Service Either for Cafeteria Service- or Our Daily 76c Luncheon or Excellent $1.00, $J.25 and $1.60 Ta"ble de'Hote Dinner The ' Red Lion Inn Noted for Its Delightful Atmosphere Cordial Reception and Cuisine Special Attention to Dinner Parties Wiggins Old Tavern and Hotel Northampton, Northampton, Mass. An Inn of Colonial Charm Sunday Dinners G5c, 75c, 85c, $1.00 Dally Luncheons and Dinners 50c up Also A La Carte Service All Day Private Free Parking The Sand Springs Inn Located at The Home of Sand Springs Ginger Ale Williamstown, 'Mass. A Comfortable Place To Slay and a Good Table Bridge Parties Accommodated Phone for Party Reservations (Williamstown 18-W) DJnners—$1.00 Sweetheart Tea House MOHAWK TRAIL—8HELBXJRNE PAL1B CHICKEN, LOBSTER AND STEAK DINNERS SPECIAL TROOT DINNERS COLONIAL /INN Arlington, Vt.—TeK'98 Week Day Luncheon ..'.... ,50c and 7Sc Chicken and Steak Dinner ...''.. .$1'.00 Beautiful Lawn for Afternoon Tea or Bridge Cement Highway Right To) Our Door .Every Room with Bath—A Restful Vacation Spot ' • ' Shady Nook "Tea Roorri Pownal, Vermont I Phone Pownal 15 ring 3 Complete Luncheon ... 60c Dinner ....'. $1.00 (Chicken, Steak or Chops) We Invite your patronage for luncheon, /bridge and dinner parties. The /Maplewood / TEL. .2—4098 PITTSFJELD „ Midday Dinner, American Plan, $1>75 • Week'Day Lunch, $1.00 • , , — or — ' • ;.- •.•.•' A/LA' CARTE : ' . " '••;•.MUSIC FAMOUS CUISINE . , MUSIC BANQUETS / PRIVATE PARTIES INQUIRIES INVITED IRVING HO'USE I- / Open All/Year Dalton. Mass. Open All / Year Rosewell M. Curtis, Mgr. ' • , • : " • Visit beauilful Dallon and dine at thV , Irving House, noted for Its fine table ' • '•,-."' Every Sunday .Fried Chicken Dinner $1.25 I Steak Supper $1.00 ; . fering your Golf Clubs and play the Beautiful •Vahconah Course, with its wonderful Gr«n& The Famous Old Mansion ^ s House Greenfield, Mass. A Cointry-Wlde Reputation for Its Excellent / ' and Table .,-•'.'« i / Daily Luncheon 50c and 75c/ ' Evening Dinner 75c arjd$j.'66, ' i ,' Special Sunday Dinner $1;Q,0 / .• (Served All Day) .'.' 'J ' jVlsIt our Dutch Room Open 11 A. M. to U P M" prices? TTie Transcript spreads before you on this page, not just a collection of ad- Vdrtise.rnerits, but a carefully selected list of ONLY THE BEST places to go. They range from the finest resort hotels in this famous resort region to modest wayside inhs; BUT the same test Was applied to all—EACH had to be among the BEST IN ITSCLASS. The Forget-Me-Not Inn Williamstown, Mass. Has a Reputation for GOOD FOOD Sunday Dinners served from noon until 7.30 p. m. Price of Dinners $1.25 . TEL. 379 ELM MANOR t j^fc£2cfl 521 West Main St. jWk/ ^1 Opp. Marion Ave. vMa ^f North Adams Tel. 1994 Delicious and Best Food Properly Prepared •'' , 'EXCELLENT SUNDAY DINNER, $1.00 Tea, Lunch or Dinner—Any Time—Any Day ; The Popular Place for Private Parties ' : '.-..:• and Banquets YOUR CRABS Have Just Arrived from Maryland We Serve Them To You in Our $1.00'SPECIAL L.OBSTERS ALSO AND MANY OTHER PLEASING CHOICES ALL REASONABLY PRICED "THERE IS NO BETTER PLACE TO DINE THAN OLD STAGE GRILL" The Inn at Charlemont Luncheon or Supper, 85c Chicken or Steak Dinner with Waffles $1.25 A Variety of Prepared to Order Foods at Very Reasonable Prices » Tel. 7 R^ANCH TAVERN BERLN, N. Y. A place of modest simplicity and genuine country hospitality. CHICKEN OR STEAK DINNER • $1.25 New outdoor sWimming pool, concrete-, construction, size 225 feet by 150 feet, for the exclusive use of our guests. Those Who Know. 'Know the Ranch Tavern ' PHONE BERLIN 34 F 3 ASH FIELD HOUSE Ashfietd, Mass. ' , Golf — Boating — • Sunday and Holiday Dinners $1.00, per plate * 38 Miles from No Ad»ms S. W. De'rumore, Res. Mgr. A "Real Kew England Inn" L- O. Treadway, Mng. Dlr. The Orchard Tea Garden Pittsfield—Tel. 2—2525 On Albany Head Out of Plttsfteld Turn Left at Lebanon Ave. A Favorite Place for Northern Berkshire people Luncheon 75c Evening and Sunday Dinner 51.00 Outdoor Bridge Parties Arranged THE TAVERN P. S. Crafts, Prop. Wilmington, Vt. TEL. 34 Join Our "Tavern Family" for a Week-end or Longer Sunday and Holiday Dinners $1.25 Week Day $1.00 Telephone 7541 Tables for Bridge THE Yellow Asfer Tea Garden Pittsfield-Lenox Road Pittsfield Luncheon ifl.OO Afternoon Tea .. . .50c Dinner $1.25 A Ln Carlo Service The Dining Porch Overlooks a Cooi, Tree-Shaded Lawn Burke's- In -The- Berkshires "The Dinner That's Different" Served in Charming Surroundings at §1.50 Lobster — Fried Chicken Filet Afternoon Tea — 50o Luncheon A La Carte Unusual Facilities for Banquets, Wedding and Bridge Parties Tel. 1I6-R PiUnfield-Lenox Road LENOX LENOX THE WELDON Greenfield, Mnss. One of the most delightful stopping places In all New England. Noted for Its excellent table and Its reasonable rates. Special Dally Luncheon Me, Special Dally Evening Dinner, $1.25, Special Sunday Dinner, 13 to 4 p. m., $1.60 per plate. The delectable food and the perfect service In charming surroundings tend to maka this hotel a most popular place to dine. J. Tennyson Seller, Mgr.

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