Little Trúc


CREATIVE SOUTHEAST ASIAN CUISINE

Little Trúc is a mobile food truck based out of Easthampton, Mass. run by Alex Kemper and Katrina Pierson. We create familiar dishes using the distinctive flavors of Thailand, Vietnam, Laos, Indonesia, and the Philippines.

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Hearth + Timber Pizza


WOOD FIRED OVEN PIZZA

A locally owned catering company serving gourmet pizzas out of a distinctive copper-clad wood-fired oven, using local and ethically sourced ingredients.

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Corsello Butcheria


LOCALLY SOURCED, RESPONSIBLY RAISED ARTISAN MEATS

We are a family owned, locally sourced, whole-animal butcher inspired by our experience of Rome’s Mercato di Testaccio. We loved buying meat freshly cut to order from our butchers, the Sartors, as well as connecting with the people both behind and in front of the counter. We bring you what we loved most about Rome, utilizing the Pioneer Valley’s local, sustainable agriculture. Here you get high quality, locally sourced, pasture and humanly raised meat with an authentic Italian twist! Visiting the Butcheria is an opportunity to learn, to connect, and to be in community promoting the local economy, sustainability and eating well.

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New City Brewery


DEDICATED TO TRADITION

Our mission at New City Brewery is simple. We seek to revive and revitalize. We chose to repurpose a beautiful 1880’s mill building for our brewery and to brew a pre-prohibition style ginger beer with as much kick and character as the region we represent. The individuals that have come together to make up New City Brewery are dedicated to brewing and selling great beer as well as enriching the local community that we serve.
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Abandoned Building Brewery


BREWED IN THE BRICKYARD

Starting in March of 2013, Matt Tarlecki began transforming a 2,700 square foot space in the old mill building at 142 Pleasant Street, aptly named “The Brickyard”. The previous tenant was a plastic bag manufacturer who vacated the space and left it in shambles. Giant rolls of plastic, large pieces of equipment, and tons of odds-and-ends were stacked head-high throughout the space. Once the space was emptied of its contents, he transformed it into his vision of the brewery that stands today.
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