Although a year old, its still a "new place" to the locals and often uncrowded (unlike nearby "Shots", which is frequently crowded but can't handle more than 5-6 people). We ordered four different breakfasts, and each was superb - French toast, eggs, pancakes, meats, etc. . Real warmed maple syrup. Great presentation (which doesn't always matter for breakfast) but enhanced a great meal. All local dairy, produce, etc. Didn't take very long. and great service, too. Only one suggestion: the coffee was pretty bland- maybe a French or Italian roast option would be a nice addition, but it wasn't as bad as Lenox Coffee, which claims to be a coffee haven (somehow Lenox Coffee"dark roast" was bland yet bitter). All in all, Spoon has cool decor, good staff, killer food. Worth tracking down on a side street. The lunch menu looked great but we couldn't get back to try it out. A "don't miss" when in the Berkshires.
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