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Brimfield Antique Show: Things to Do Around Town!

July's Brimfield Antique Show: July 12th through July 17th.

You've planned your trip to Brimfield to take in the fields upon fields of antique treasures - but now, where to eat? What to do on your way in and out of town? We're here to help!

There several wonderful spots to stop and grab a bite, or a treat. Check out some of our favorites below. ENJOY THE SHOW!

Pioneer Cannabis Company

What? You didn't think we wouldn't shamelessly promote ourselves here? PLEASE! Brimfield's only dispensary, Pioneer is conveniently located on Rt 20 (the same road as the Antique Show) just 3 miles from the show. We offer a range of cannabis goodies - from edibles and chocolate bars to joints and bud. First time to a dispensary? NO PROBLEM! We love chatting through our products and making sure you leave with the best product for your needs - whether that be fun or help with sleep. Bonus? Our shop is filled with antiques. Best of both worlds! Click HERE for directions.

A small, family-owned grocery store right in the

neighboring Fiskdale, directly on Rt 20. Looking for a

quick sandwich on the way to or from the show? This is your spot. Delicious sandwiches and wraps. Our advice, call ahead (508-347-0116) to place your order and they'll have it waiting for you when you get there!

A veteran and family owned 10 barrel brewery located on a 116 acre farm in Brookfield, MA. An old barn was renovated into a stunning brewery - offering the perfect spot to drink some craft beers either inside or outside - the views are beautiful in either spot! Check out their website and get directions here.

Tacos, Burritos and Bowls - made fresh in front of you. Great pricing and quick service. This place will get you fed a quick and delicious meal and back on the road to find your forgotten treasure at the show! Check out the menu here.

Dubbed one of the “most unique dining spots in Massachusetts,” this restaurant is the neighboring town of Palmer, Ma. Located in a former train station, this train themed spot offers a variety of hearty meals and good drinks. Good food, a beautiful stone building and real, train cars on site. Check out the menu here.

Beautiful views can be acquired at this hidden gem, just 10 minutes from the fairgrounds! Homemade ice cream with unique flavors such as Monson Mud and Boston Cream Pie will have you i-SCREAM-ing for seconds (see what we did there? ;). They even have goat cones available, YES GOAT CONES, to feed the friendly fellas while treating them to some good boy pets. Live music, fire pits, beer, and wine also available!

We hope you enjoy the show and leave with some wonderful antique finds!

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