Mezze Bistro + Bar is proud to have received numerous positive reviews and accolades, including:

“Near the Massachusetts Museum of Contemporary Art, this restaurant executed simple dishes magnificently, like a pan-roasted salmon served with tomato, beans and olives.” — Food & Wine

“Mezze… was my choice for dinner.” — The New York Times

“…refined. A post-show hangout for cast members from the Williamstown Theatre Festival… standout dishes.” — Travel + Leisure

“Williamstown’s most fun nightspot doubles as the town’s best restaurant.
Definitely order something.” — Time Out NY

“I’ve never had a dish that didn’t melt in my mouth… Chef Joji Sumi subtly blends French and Asian touches into a personal brand of new American cuisine.” — Boston Globe

“This is, without a doubt, Williamstown’s hot spot.” — Fodor’s

“Mouth-watering hints of French and Asian cooking with local ingredients.” — Boston Globe

“Mezze Bistro + Bar of Williamstown creates unique dishes with fresh, organic and locally produced goods. This chic urban hot spot has a touch of New England charm…” — Atlanta Journal Constitution

“Mezze and its catering division became as integral to the community as The Clark, MASS MoCA, and Williamstown Theatre Festival.” — Rural Intelligence

“…Mezze Bistro + Bar is a work of art in its own right.” — Boston Globe

“The same class in a new place.” — Berkshire Eagle

“The place was packed, which wasn’t a surprise, as Mezze has been on the scene for years in Williamstown, and has established a well-earned following and reputation for its creative cuisine and comfortable dining experience… Mezze sets the stage for an intimate dining experience that combines rural charm – large windows provide views of neighboring Sheep Hill – with metropolitan chic. Chef Joji Sumi creates his dinner menu anew each day based on the best of what’s available from local farms and purveyors. I found plenty to satisfy my self-imposed dietary restrictions…” — Berkshire Living Magazine

A beautifully decadent house-made paté is accompanied by onion confit and rye toast at Mezze, a classic bistro and bar nestled in the Berkshires with views straight to heaven.” — Endless Simmer’s Top Ten Things to Eat Before the End of the World

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