The Gramercy is very consistent...which is also it's largest drawback. Apart from a special soup or main course, the menu has been the same for years.
This place is amazing. The food is delicious. The menu may be seasonal and limited at times, but it's absolutely amazing. The atmosphere is also spectacular. Great for casual dining or dinner for a special occasion/date night.
Awesome hidden gem in NA.
Wonderful food, exquisite wine, and great atmosphere—all in America’s largest contemporary art museum!
We started with the carrot coconut bisque which was flavorful and warming. Thereafter, we had the goat cheese ravioli and the veal schnitzel. Both meals were delicious and well presented. The wait staff was appropriately attentive throughout the meal, though the seating for our reservation was delayed by about 15 minutes due to how busy it was. Overall, a delightful experience at a fine establishment to which I would gladly return
We had a lovely Christmas Eve dinner there with out-of-town family and friends. It was just what we expected from Gramercy.
Because of its location, Gramercy is THE place to dine before events at Mass MoCA. Nearby Public Eat + Drink is lower key and less expensive, but does not take reservations, making it an iffy pre-concert choice. Gramercy is a bistro in name only, lacking classics like cassoulet or steak frites; but its narrow, meat-heavy menu is well prepared and gorgeously plated. Expensive for North Adams, it's moderate by Boston or NY standards - good value as long as you're not expecting a 5-star meal.
A very welcoming place in a wonderful spot--MASS Moca---but everything we ordered--soup, salad, steaks---were generally tasteless. Service wasn't great, food delivery slow, even though it was a Sunday and there were several empty tables
The space was lovely and the food was delicious!
The menu looked good on paper, but execution didn’t measure up to our expectations.
Located in/ next to Mass MOCA. Best meal I have had at GB by far. Seeetbreads excellent. Ditto trout special. Interesting reasonable wine list. Decent service
Food was good, but service slow and inattentive. We had to get our waiter several times for service and when we asked for attention, he gave us attitude.
Nice atmosphere, great service and tasty, creative choices. We were a party of three with diverse tastes and we all found food to enjoy. The butternut fritters starter was delicious, and the trout special was outstanding.
Gramercy Bistro is one of my favorite restaurants, and I was happy to take two out of town friends there for dinner. Our meal was great and the waitstaff was excellent.
My only complaint is about our table: it was next to an outer door directing guests to the "restroom" or to leave the building...It was very annoying to have the door slamming shut next to our table, people walking by, and one can't return that way if you do go to the restroom. That door should be for emergency exits, only.
We went out to dinner earlier this week with friends we don't see regularly. Everyone decided that it made sense to eat at Gramercy Bistro, the best restaurant within easy driving distance of Williamstown, home to all of us. The two males ordered identical meals: crab cake appetizer followed by a trout special; both females ordered a salad first course—a grilled romaine special for my friend, the regular salad with goat cheese for me. My friend had the steak medium rare and chose a bottle of red wine for the table. I ordered my favorite here (and elsewhere)—seared sesame tuna. The men extended the delightful evening by ordering French press coffees. The food is always wonderful here, though I note that the amuse bouche of pickled vegetables that has always been served when diners are seated was not offered this time. My only other complaints are that whole grain bread should be offered in addition to or instead of ciabatta, and espresso drinks, including latte and its relatives, should also be available. That said, I don't hesitate to urge visitors to Mass MoCA or tourists in the northern Berkshires to make dinner at Gramercy Bistro part of their plans.
Excellent restaurant in the Berkshires. Great after touring MassMoCA. Great food coupled with pleasant ambiance.
Fresh and seasonal options. The dinner options were great. Portion sizes were just right. Great wine list and good service.
My sister loves this restaurant so we checked it out and were pleased with the result. I had the special: sole stuffed with chanterelles and a grilled romaine salad while were delicious (5 stars). My husband had paella (4 stars). The wine list was decent. The staff was attentive and the pace of the meal was relaxed.
Will return when we visit MASS MoCA in the future.
We had a great evening; the seasonal salad, pasta, scallops, and deconstructed lemon merengue pie were all fantastic. The service was exceptional; our waitress was attentive and very helpful. We'll definitely be back.
Nice romantic dinner after a day of art at MassMOCA The paella was wonderful and the coq au vin delicious.