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Where Food Meets History

Gather with friends at Storrowton Tavern, an authentic New England tavern turned upscale restaurant serving New England fare and continental cuisine. Comprised of two antique buildings, the tavern is nestled in the historic setting of Storrowton Village Museum on the grounds of Eastern States Exposition.

The tavern features five unique dining rooms that can accommodate parties from 2 to 125. Enjoy a meal in front of one of three fireplaces, discover period antiques and heirlooms in the historic space, or listen to live music on the terraced patio under the stars throughout summer. The Carriage House banquet facility can accomodate 400 guests and is available for weddings, banquets, private parties, meetings, and special functions.

Storrowton Tavern is operated by the Calvanese Family, with over 45 years of experience in the hospitality industry. To make a reservation or learn more, call 413-732-4188 or visit www.storrowton.com.


Tuesday & Wednesday
Lunch 11-4 | Dinner 4-8:30

Lunch 11-4 | Dinner 4-9:00

Friday & Saturday
Lunch 11-4 | Dinner 4-9:30

Brunch 11-2:00 (Reservations recommended) | Dinner 4-8:00

Closed Monday

The Atkinson Tavern (c. 1789)

The Atkinson Tavern once stood in the town of Prescott, Massachusetts, a town claimed by the Quabbin Reservoir. It was brought to Storrowton Village in 1928. The tavern’s original owner, John Atkinson, used it as a store and tavern and home to his family. Comfortable fireplaces and beautiful paneling still grace this fine example of Early American architecture. The granite hitching posts, linked with iron chains, remain standing in front of the building.

Southwick Baptist Meeting House (c. 1822)

The Baptist Meeting House was brought to Storrowton Village in 1930 from Southwick, Massachusetts. It was modified to represent a New England townhouse, the tower and bell were moved from the end of the building to the middle during reconstruction to achieve this look. The Meeting House was joined to the Atkinson Tavern in 1957 to double the size of the already operating as Storrowton Tavern.
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