Coffee & Treats in Holyoke

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The Republican and the blog Cloudy with a Chance of Sun both featured Dancing Dog Café. Also, three Yelpers give it a perfect five-star rating.

191 High St
Holyoke,
MA
US

We sell two types of mini-donuts. Hot, fresh donuts, topped with cinnamon-sugar, made while you watch, and specialty donuts that are hand decorated every morning with a variety of toppings.

50 Holyoke St
Holyoke,
MA
US

Crepes Tea House is a cozy, sun-drenched eatery that offers homemade crepes, more than 100 varieties of tea, and Eastern European specialty dishes for every meal of the day. As customers sink into one of the cafe's big, plush couches, artisan chefs make savory crepes with beef, pork, and turkey, or sweet ones with fresh fruit, warm chocolate, or honey. Items such as zucchini, potato, or farm-cheese pancakes and Polish sausage are served at breakfast, while lunch sees plates of Siberian pelmeni dumplings packed with ground beef and stacked to form a wall that can be seen from space. At dinner, the restaurant's chefs glaze fresh salmon with honey and pan-fry whitefish and tuna cutlets until golden brown. Whether patrons carry a conversation at one of the eatery’s tables for a full meal, or settle at the sleek bar for a quick cup of tea or coffee, the teahouse’s vibrant orange walls and floor-to-ceiling windows make for a comfortable experience.

261 Union St
West Springfield,
MA
US

Voted the best place to see live theater in the Valley Advocate's 2011 readers' poll, the Majestic Theater envelops audiences in compelling stagings starring local thespians. In the midst of the Majestic's summer season, Two by Two juxtaposes the dramatic and comedic sides of Massachusetts playwright Steve Henderson by showing a pair of his enthralling one-act plays back-to-back. Theater-goers get a peek at the ins and outs of the fictional Morse brothers' complex relationship in Morse Code—a case study of universal truths about fraternity, such as the fact that it's more entertaining for others when siblings argue in public. The Gravedigger's Gift riffs on two grave-digging characters from Shakespeare's Hamlet, extracting comedy from the dour business of burying the deceased.

131 Elm Street
West Springfield,
MA
US

A warm, crackling fireplace greets guests in The Radical Roaster's homey interior, and an alluring menu inspires them to snuggle up for an extended stay. Breakfast bites are served all day, such as savory morning sandwiches that invite you to shelter the group of orphaned egg, cheese, and meat of your choice in a doughy bagel, English muffin, toast, or wrap domicile ($3.95). Spoil your belly guests with a sugary pinwheel cinnamon roll ($1.95) or teach them to play mahjongg with a Belgian waffle ($4.75–$4.95). Free WiFi allows all device-equipped patrons to freely cruise the information autobahn one-handed while sipping hot candied apple cider ($3.25–$3.75) or an iced americano ($2.25–$2.75). Come lunchtime, customers can nosh grabbable grub such as the signature 'Berry the Rooster sandwich, a chicken salad sandwich infused with cranberries and walnuts ($6.25). Friendly servers accentuate the comfortable environment, where families are welcome to check out the night's entertainment, bust out a game of chess at will, or catch reruns of Who Wants To Marry a Chess Robot? on the plasma screen.

249 East St
Ludlow,
MA
US

WGGB featured a story on Karma, as did health magazine Many Hands. Yelpers give the restaurant a 3.5-star average.

48 Main St
Northampton,
MA
US