Closed but it's now an excellent plant-based cafe! Check out Pulse in its place for good food and pastries.
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The food quality here is very good and also they have some eclectic items on the menu you won't find anywhere else in the area. I highly recommend it.
Having last reviewed this establishment last year, a more recent visit discovered the closing of what had been a nice market for area produced meats and a dynamite pastry bakery, as well as some "gourmet" shelf goods and a nice dairy case. What a disappointment:...More
Love 7 sisters. First heard about 7 sisters when at the V-One Vodka tasting at the Log Cabin. Since I visit Hadley often to drop daughter at skating and like to go out to eat while waiting I decided to try since Zoe's was starting...More
Nice ambiance but freezing. Good beer selection. As for the food, nothing impressed us. Veggie burger not good, bison burger was requested to be cooked rare but it was well done. It was alright. The fries were soggy and super short.. Sautéed mushrooms are bland....More
My husband and I were looking for a place to stop for lunch in Hadley and decided to give this restaurant a try, rather than going to a chain restaurant. There were a few people at the bar when we arrived and we weren't sure...More
The restaurant was almost empty so we expected service to be fast. The waitress was very friendly and efficient but it did take over twenty five minutes for our order to arrive (two buffalo burgers, one beef burger and a tuna steak). The burgers were...More
A busy Sunday lunchtime, but it seemed like they weren't ready for the crowd. My wife had the Bison Burger and although I ordered the Smoked Turkey BLT, they were out of turkey and asked if I would mind smoked ham instead. I said fine,...More
We were headed into Amherst and decided to stop off at Seven Sisters for a Sunday afternoon lunch. The first we did is go out back and watch the buffalo, they are impressive. The menu for that time period included the starters and lunch menu,...More
When me and my wife, child, and grandfather went out to seven sisters market bistro we instantly loved the decor. When we sat down, the service was slow. We agreed that the food was pretty good. My daughter loved her burger but thought the bun...More