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Sunderland

MikesMaze Sunderland

Sunderland is a quaint New England farming town nestled in the Pioneer Valley. We are proud to call the town our home and we invite you to spend some time exploring it when you visit Mike’s Maze.

Graceful historic homes border its main street which is lined with stately, mature maple trees. Sunderland farmers continue to work one of the finest soils in the world, Hadley Loam. The town landscape also includes the Mt. Toby highlands, one of the largest remaining contiguous blocks of forestland left in Massachusetts.

The Pioneer Valley is home to a thriving community of local food producers, artisans, small business owners, musicians, and academics living amongst the striking natural beauty of the Connecticut River Valley. From the Mount Holyoke Range to the hills of the Berkshires you will find something for everyone; fresh local food, outdoor exploration, live music, boutique shopping, and of course, fun on the farm at Mike’s Maze!

Dining

The Pioneer Valley is known for its diverse and delicious food. The strong agricultural community in the area supports a growing local food scene. Whether you are looking for a family-friendly BBQ joint or an award-winning dining experience emphasizing farm-to-table food, you will find it here.

Below, find a list of our favorites, we are especially happy to recommend the ones with the green check mark – that’s where you’ll find fresh produce from Warner Farm on the menu!

The Blue Heron Restaurant (Award winning! Fine dining at it’s best!)
Bub’s BBQ (A destination! As seen in the New York Times, Yankee Magazine, The Boston Globe, and USA Today!)
BridgeSide Grill (Pub fare with local flair! Stop by for a delicious local brew from Berkshire Brewing Co.)
Cushman Market and Cafe (Small cafe and market with excellent locally roasted coffee, fresh sandwiches and salads, cool art donning the walls, and live jazz on Sunday mornings!)
The People’s Pint (Local microbrewery with excellent brews, great food, and a family friendly atmosphere.)
Hope and Olive (Homegrown, farm-inspired food made with local ingredients!)
Magpie Woodfired Pizzeria (The best wood fired pizza around, yum!)
Fresh Side (Contemporary Asian cuisine right next door in Amherst, not to be missed!)
Spoleto (Delicious Italian food in a great atmosphere.)
Judie’s (Fun, creative, and delicious food. Home of the popover!)
The Alvah Stone (Located at the historic Montague Book Mill, overlooking the Sawmill River, serving creative and delicious local food, craft beer, and cocktails.)
Wildwood Barbeque (Smokehouse and craft beers.)
What our visitors are saying
…. there’s just something about Warner Farm that brings out the happy in folk…Go here and make delightful memories for you and yours.
Stephen P. via Yelp
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