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Located at 350 Worthington Street. Open Tuesday - Sunday. 350 Grill’s old world historic brick and contemporary décor creates an ambiance of fine dining. The patio can extend your dining experience to enjoy the sunny days or moonlit nights.

In addition to a steak menu, they feature innovative contemporary offerings that change seasonally

ADOLFO’S RISTORANTE

For more than 5 years, Adolfo's Restaurant - Fine Italian American Cusine has been synonymous with Italian-American fine dining. Executive chef Joe takes the cuisine and culture to the next level with a delicious cuisine. The Chef's mastery of traditional spices and flavors makes each dish an opportunity to experience classics and delicacies in new and exciting ways. Every plate becomes a culinary journey. Adolfo's Restaurant - Fine Italian American Cusine also features a bar area & cocktail lounge that caters to sophisticated tastes and sensibilities. Enjoy cusine-inspired drinks or a glass of wine from our extensive wine list.

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Chef Wayne’s Big Mamou

With 20 years of experience cooking the best Cajun food this side of NOLA, Chef Wayne is excited to present his vision to you and all his guests. The Chef’s caring and committed staff ensures you will have a fantastic & fun experience.

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City Jake’s Cafe

Welcome to City Jake’s where the goal is to provide you with a fast and delicious breakfast or lunch, served with a smile and priced with with a value you can appreciate!

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Cornerstone Cafe

The locally owned  coffee, soup and sandwich shop in Monarch Place is in the heart of downtown. Located in the lobby of the 29 floor building, this small business restaurant is only open until 2:30 P.M. serving upscale breakfast and lunch items.

Gino’s PIZZA

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Family own Restaurant been in the business over 10 Years Experience quality, Right Fresh Food....

Serving specialty pizza, sandwiches, grinders, and appetizers. Located at 459 Dwight Street.

Hot Oven Cookie

Shelia Coon believes in the magic of cookies and has the sweetest story to share about her busniess: Hot Oven Cookies. Located at 1597 Main St, Springfield, MA, Shelia has big dreams of sharing the cookie love by one day, making her small business a franchise.

Nadim’s Downtown
Mediterranean Grill

Nadim's Mediterranean cuisine has been a favorite dining experience in Western MA since 2000. Operated by Nadim Kashouh, Nadim's Mediterranean cuisine is known as the "go - to" Destination for authentic Mediterranean food. Nadim's Mediterranean cuisine offers dine in, take out, order online, private parties, and catering.

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Naismith’s Pub and Pretzel

Their founder begins with the story of her Ukrainian grandmother, Babushka Vera, and the amazing pretzels she baked. Naismith’s Pub & Pretzel has inherited that unique recipe of the “bulochka” pretzels. The scent fill the Stearns Square neighborhood, just as it did in her Ukrainian village. The restaurant is known for baskets of warm, freshly handmade pretzels, from Babushka Vera’s recipes. The ideal craft beer selection, wines, craft cocktails, and delicious sandwiches creates a taste like no other. Naismith’s Pub & Pretzel delivers the perfect recipe for a fun, social community dining experience. Naismith’s founder is happy to share this amazing experience with the City of Springfield and Western Massachusetts for all to enjoy!


Nosh

It all started as a little closet. Now? A thriving restaurant located at 1341 Main St, Springfield, MA! Restaurant Owner, Terri Skinner brings a little bit of local goodness to downtown. Watch the video to hear her story!

Located at 1688 Main St., Springfield MA, owner of Panjabi Tadka shares his story about why Springfield has been home to his restaurant for more than a decade.

 

SPRINGFIELD MACARONS

Located in Downtown Springfield at 1383 Main Street (Rear). You can be celebrating special events or party's with these beautiful french delicacies delivered to you. Visit them in person or to order, please call 413-507-5777 or email springfieldmacarons@gmail.com

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Sol Karibe

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A little taste of the Caribbean in the center of Downtown Springfield’s hustle and bustle. Located right on Main Street, Sol Karibe serves home-cooked Puerto food by day and turns into one of Main Street’s hottest nightlife spots when the sun goes down.

Sun Kim Bop

Sun Kim Bop started with a Korean immigrant's nostalgia for her motherland's cuisine. Determined to deliver the essence of Korea's famous street food while not compromising her stance on natural ingredients from scratch, Sun experimented with rice buns and kimchi. She now presents it as the Bop burger. It is a unique rice bun burger whose crunchy and soft rice buns with Korean BBQ style meat and assorted garden vegetables have already gathered a band of loyal followers with its explosion of flavors.

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Sweet Ideas Cafe

Located downtown in the Marketplace building, 1365 Main St., Sweet Ideas Cafe offers customers a place to eat in a setting that feels like home, serving made-to-order food in a cozy atmosphere. Their menu - with all dishes available for under $10 - features breakfast fare like pancakes and eggs to fish and grits. For lunch, the cafe serves a daily special as well as everyday favorites, such as chicken and waffles or a cheeseburger and fries. 

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Theodore’s Booze, Blues & BBQ

Cajun and barbecue have been enduring menu themes throughout Theodores' 30-plus year history. Theodore's is fully licensed. The beverage program favors beer and mixed drinks; wine selections are limited to a handful of mass-market offerings. A popular downtown destination for lunch, Theodores' has both sandwiches and salads from which to choose.

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The Student Prince & The Fort

The Student Prince has been a Springfield landmark since 1935. Back then, it was just the bar and booth area with about 20 beer steins on the wall. The dining room came in 1946, followed by a young gentleman named Rupprecht Scherff who began working at the restaurant in 1949 and took ownership in 1961. Rupprecht was the heart and soul of the restaurant until his death in 1996, during which time the Student Prince and Fort Restaurant became a local institution and the stein collection grew to be one of the largest in the United States. The Scherff family continued to operate the restaurant until 2014.