Project Sprout Cook Out 2013!
Sunday, May 26th, 12-4 pm
Join us for Project Sprout's sixth annual fundraiser, the "Project Sprout Cookout"!
The cookout, formerly known as the pig roast, is a community lunch prepared by student volunteers and Route 7 staff featuring ingredients donated or supplied by local farmers and merchants.
Proceeds from the event go to support the efforts of Monument Mountain students to grow fresh produce for the cafeterias of their district in the on-campus vegetable garden.
$15 - students & faculty of BHRSD, families of 4+
$25 - general public Tickets on the day of:
$20- students & faculty of BHRSD, families of 4+
$30 - general public
Tickets can be purchased at Route 7 Grill or The Bookloft any time before the event.
C'mon Down for Weekend Lunch! We'll be serving up heaping helpings of delicious-ness on the weekends from 12-3! See you there -- spread the word!
What's Cookin' at Route 7 Grill?
Bacon Burger with fries!!!
We All Love the Berkshires
Check out this video about the organization 1Berkshires, and see why Route 7 Grill founder/owner Lester Blumenthal loves the Berkshires!
Thanks for voting for us!
Route 7 Grill was awarded a Diner's Choice - Top Restaurant on OpenTable.com. This is an award based on diner's reviews and experience. We are proud to have earned this badge!
Route 7 Grill is awarded “Best Barbecued Ribs” inYankee Magazine's 2010 Travel Guide to New England!
What goes best with our tasty Original Recipe BBQ Sauce?
How about a comfy T-Shirt? We have many styles of our Route 7 T-Shirts and 3 great BBQ sauces to choose from. Ask about them next time you visit.
We’re thrilled to be part of The 2008 Saveur 100... #10.
Not bad for under two years old! #10 Whey Good
We’re suckers for swine, but there’s one variety that really has us in its thrall: WHEY-FED PORK. The rich flavor and tender texture of meat from hogs whose diets are supplemented with whey – a nutritious, liquid byproduct of the cheese-making process – may seem like the latest trend in boutique meats (chefs like Dan Barber of New York’s Blue Hill restaurants and John Besh of Restaurant August in New Orleans serve it), but the practice of feeding pigs whey has long been prevalent in areas where pork and cheese are produced in close proximity. The animals enjoy the taste, and whey’s slightly acidic, lactic base gives their flesh a nutty, velvety quality. For down-home dishes cooked with whey-fed pork, we visit the Route 7 Grill, in Great Barrington, Massachusetts, which cures, smokes, spit-roasts, and grills pork from pigs that have been fed whey from the nearby Berkshire Cheese Makers.
We got a mention as one of “America’s Best ‘Farm To Table’ Restaurants” in Gourmet magazine! Route 7 Grill is not the kind of restaurant that prints the chef’s name on the menu. It’s a big barn of a place serving barbecue, burgers, and fried chicken—homey, simple stuff. What sets it apart is that most of its meat comes from local farmers, as do most of its vegetables. “This,” says owner Lester Blumenthal, “is the bridge between the small farm and the common guy’s mouth.”
Gourmet, October 2007
We’re also supporting our local business community by accepting BerkShares. Learn more at www.berkshares.org
Let us cater your next event with BBQ by the pound or special platters for anywhere from 4 – 200+ people.
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Wednesday & Thursday
Dinner 5pm – 9pm
Bar 5pm till close
Friday & Saturday Dinner 5pm – 10pm Bar 5pm till close
Sunday & Monday
Dinner 5pm – 9pm
Bar 5pm till close