$25 for $50 Worth of Locally Sourced Contemporary Food at Eclipse

Northampton

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$25 for $50 Worth of Locally Sourced Seasonal Food

The menu constantly changes daily, but entrees may include duck breast with demi-glace ($23), a boneless pork loin with black currant glaze ($18), and local, grass-fed filet mignon blanketed with béarnaise sauce ($26).

Eclipse

The menu at Eclipse doesn’t just rotate with the seasons—it changes on a daily basis. Inspired by the most recent bounty of asparagus or basil at the farmers' market, Eclipse’s chefs craft contemporary entrees featuring meats such grass-fed beef from nearby Upland Meadow Farm, instead of ice-fed beef from Pluto. They lavish these creations with gourmet flavorings such as gorgonzola compound butter, black-currant glaze, and wasabi cream, and draw inspiration from international culinary traditions, turning out dishes such an eggplant baingan bharta.

Diners spear their cornish game hen or housemade basil-lasagna noodles while lounging outdoors or surrounded by the dining room’s exposed-brick and soft-yellow walls. On the weekends, live jazz music flits through the air, giving diners an excuse to munch in quiet camaraderie instead of arguing politics, religion, and the usefulness of sporks.

Eclipse

The menu at Eclipse doesn’t just rotate with the seasons—it changes on a daily basis. Inspired by the most recent bounty of asparagus or basil at the farmers' market, Eclipse’s chefs craft contemporary entrees featuring meats such grass-fed beef from nearby Upland Meadow Farm, instead of ice-fed beef from Pluto. They lavish these creations with gourmet flavorings such as gorgonzola compound butter, black-currant glaze, and wasabi cream, and draw inspiration from international culinary traditions, turning out dishes such an eggplant baingan bharta. Diners spear their cornish game hen or housemade basil-lasagna noodles while lounging outdoors or surrounded by the dining room’s exposed-brick and soft-yellow walls. On the weekends, live jazz music flits through the air, giving diners an excuse to munch in quiet camaraderie instead of arguing politics, religion, and the usefulness of sporks.

Reviews

There is hardly another place in the Valley that respects a good cut of meat the way they do at Eclipse.

Shreyas S., Yelp, 5/8/11

Plenty of local restaurants serve Chicken Francaise, but none do it better than Eclipse.

Fran Bellamy, Republican
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    Northampton

    186 Main St.

    Northampton, Massachusetts 01060

    413-584-6006

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In a Nutshell

Daily-changing menu may feature local grass-fed filet mignon blanketed with béarnaise sauce or trout coated in saffron beurre blanc

The Fine Print

Expires Nov 21st, 2012. Limit 1 per person, may buy multiple as gifts. Limit 1 per table. Reservations required on weekends. Dine-in only. Not valid for the purchase of alcohol. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.

In and Around Northampton

Simple to elegant eats that emphasize fresh, organic, seasonal, and local ingredients