Summer Preview

Where to Eat in the Berkshires This Summer

The summer is almost upon us and soon, Bostonians will begin leaving our fair city for points more scenic. Over the past few weeks, we’ve been rounding up the new restaurants in each destination. Today, we’ll take a look at the Berkshires.

Baba Louie’s will open a second Massachusetts branch in the former home of Pittsfield Brew Works next month. The mini-chain is known for its wood-fired sourdough pizzas, which come topped with everything from roasted sweet potatoes to dried figs. [Berkshires Now]

Gramercy Bistro has relocated to Mass MoCA. The larger kitchen space means that lunch and brunch are now on offer, in addition to the regular dinner menu. [Eats/iBerkshires]

• Saigon Vietnamese Restaurant Pho is now open in North Adams’ Valley Park Lanes. The focus is on wallet-friendly Vietnamese eats (prices top out at $12.50). [Eats/iBerkshires]

Perigree is now open in South Lee. The restaurant bills itself as the “birthplace of Berkshire cuisine,” which, judging from the menus, seems to be a lot of seasonal, local fare. [Grub Street]

• Petrino’s is now offering causal sandwiches and wraps in the former North Adams home of Cup & Saucer. [Eats/iBerkshires]

Where to Eat in the Berkshires This Summer