Amid cheerful lime-green and exposed-brick walls, The Chopping Block’s stylists create precision haircuts, color tresses with Wella hair color, and tame frizzy locks with texturizing treatments. The salon features Paul Mitchell products, and also offers facial waxing to remove unwanted hair or add manly heft to the jaw of a waxwork Nicolas Cage.
From alongside steaming ceramic coffee pots, gluten-free Ethiopian and Eritrean dishes at Abyssinian Ethiopian Restaurant radiate imported spices. In the golden glow of wall sconces, sautéed beef and chicken morsels marinate in butter, cardamom, and fresh ginger. Patrons sop up savory remnants with warm injera, an East African flatbread made from high-protein teff flour that lets fingers grab food, unlike trying to grab a frustratingly realistic painting of fruit. Meals flanked by complimentary portions of collards parade to tables, and caterers cruise past with brimming portions for meetings and shindigs.
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A stone fireplace dominates one corner of The Pasta Factory's dining area, giving the space a homey ambiance that complements Tuscan-yellow walls and international comfort foods. Using an eclectic mix of Italian, American, and Asian recipes, the chefs spend mealtimes blanching pastas, sautéing cuts of sirloin steak, and hand-polishing each sesame seed. The kitchen also strives to keep its cuisine fresh by making marinara, pesto, and fiery general tso's sauces in-house.
Combing the finest farms for the freshest ingredients, Roadhouse Cafe dishes up wholesome, hearty breakfast and lunch options for the hungry denizens of Belchertown and beyond. An eye-opening menu of made-from-scratch fare awakens sleepy taste buds with all-natural, seasonal fixings. A local favorite, Roadhouse Cafe’s organic blueberry pancakes lure mouths across state lines, while organic omelettes ($7.95+), culled from fresh eggs from nearby Amish Farms and stuffed with choices such as fresh red peppers, mushrooms, and chives, inch morning’s approval ratings past 4:42 p.m.’s. Like meat pennies into a yeasty loafer, specialty paninis and sandwiches ($4.95–$6.95), pile hearty fillings into one of 12, soft homemade bread loaves ($4.50–$7.50). Chase your meal with a cup of fair-trade coffee ($2–$2.50), some hot, farm-fresh soup ($3.50–$5.50), or a silky smoothie ($5.75).