A hungry Tongue: Literary dinner
- Race Brook Lodge 864 South Undermountain Road Sheffield, MA, 01257 United States (map)
A Hungry Tongue is a literary performance and pop-up dinner hosted by chef Maren Casorio. Maren is a poet and the sous-chef at The Stagecoach Tavern.
$60 ticket includes four-course family style dinner, beverages and a set of special performances in the Barnspace at Race Brook Lodge
Menu and other details TBA
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The Stagecoach Tavern at Race Brook Lodge offers a seasonal menu with a focus on local ingredients from Chef Laurel Barkan. The candlelit Tavern boasts hand-hewn beams and wide-plank floors spanning multiple levels. It has been a warm and convivial gathering spot for friends, families, and lovers for over 200 years. Cozy up by our roaring fire in winter months or in the summer relax with a drink under the stars in our courtyard.
Race Brook Lodge is a rustic and unique getaway destination, perfect for weekend getaways, workshops, weddings, hiking, biking and more, in the natural beauty of the southern Berkshire Hills of Massachusetts. Race Brook hosts musical performances and other cultural events in the Down County Social Club speakeasy, Barnspace and the Pine Grove Porch. Click here to see a schedule of upcoming events.
More events at Race Brook Lodge:
Jazz Brunch with Dr. Tim's Crazy Trio! Enjoy live music and a fireside meal - Sunday January 20th
Sunday Show n Tell next level open mic night. Bring your music, poetry, comedy, visual art, live painting, story-telling, juicy confessions, etc.
Enjoy live swinging jazz with The Lucky 5 with a hearty, wholesome and delicious brunch by the fire.
Surdam has been a regular performer at DCSC for over 3 years, and he will be returning again on February 7th and he will likely bring some friends.
Barnspace Concert wtith The Ghost of Paul Revere & Golden Oak… two sublime Main-based bands that blend inventive musicianship with stop-you-dead-in-your-tracks harmonies.
Join The Bobby MacVeety Trio on Sunday, February 10th while our kitchen cooks up a hearty, wholesome and delicious brunch.
Join us for a romantic dinner at The Stagecoach Tavern with Catherine Hancock and Doug Schmolze serenading you with classic love songs, Thursday, February 14th.
Join us Sunday, February 24th, from 11am-2pm for music from The Ennis/Bernal Duo and a delicious brunch.
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