Nearby restaurants and other locations of interest

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Nearby restaurants and other locations of interest

Food scene
Within walking distance. Right on the lake, nice outdoor deck.
308 Lakeside
308 E Main St
Within walking distance. Right on the lake, nice outdoor deck.
Our favorite. Great food, good prices.
E.B. Flatts
245 West Main Street
Our favorite. Great food, good prices.
A favorite of ours. Good food, great prices, great service.
Mexicali Cantina Grill
117 Main St
A favorite of ours. Good food, great prices, great service.
Local favorite
Charlies Diner
5 Meadow Rd
Local favorite
You can't beat their food, prices and value.
Black & White Grille
206 N Spencer Rd
You can't beat their food, prices and value.
Historic Inn with good food
Spencer Country Inn
500 Main Street
Historic Inn with good food
Brewery
Local brewery
Timberyard Brewing Company
555 E Main St
Local brewery
Rated 4th best brewery in the world, according to Ratebeer.com.
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Tree House Brewing Company, LLC
129 Sturbridge Road
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Rated 4th best brewery in the world, according to Ratebeer.com.
Apple orchard and gift shop
Can't get more New England than this.
Brookfield Orchards
12 Lincoln Rd
Can't get more New England than this.
City/town information
East Brookfield is neither very large (only 10.4 square miles) nor very populous (under 2,000 residents. It is the state’s newest town – incorporated in 1920. There’s a lot to like about E. Brookfield. For starters, it’s friendly, quiet and spacious. Entertainer George M. Cohan used to spend summers in the Podunk section of town – which put that word, if not the town itself, on the map. And there’s Cornelius McGillicuddy Sr., known as Connie Mack, who was born in town in 1862 and was the longest-serving manager in major league baseball history, first in Pittsburgh in 1894-1896, but mostly at the helm of the Philadelphia Athletics, from 1901 to 1950. Mack’s place in Baseball Hall of Fame is secure. And so too is East Brookfield’s place in Massachusetts – all 1,979 residents strong at last count. Lake Lashaway and the surrounding towns offer a diverse historical and cultural richness, yet the area still maintains a peaceful and relaxing atmosphere to please the most ardent nature-lover. Come, explore, experience
East Brookfield
East Brookfield is neither very large (only 10.4 square miles) nor very populous (under 2,000 residents. It is the state’s newest town – incorporated in 1920. There’s a lot to like about E. Brookfield. For starters, it’s friendly, quiet and spacious. Entertainer George M. Cohan used to spend summers in the Podunk section of town – which put that word, if not the town itself, on the map. And there’s Cornelius McGillicuddy Sr., known as Connie Mack, who was born in town in 1862 and was the longest-serving manager in major league baseball history, first in Pittsburgh in 1894-1896, but mostly at the helm of the Philadelphia Athletics, from 1901 to 1950. Mack’s place in Baseball Hall of Fame is secure. And so too is East Brookfield’s place in Massachusetts – all 1,979 residents strong at last count. Lake Lashaway and the surrounding towns offer a diverse historical and cultural richness, yet the area still maintains a peaceful and relaxing atmosphere to please the most ardent nature-lover. Come, explore, experience
Neighborhoods
The area is friendly and safe for walking, biking, waterskiing, swimming, boating, and fishing. Picturesque Lake Lashaway is an excellent lake for all watersports. It is 1½ miles long and ½ mile wide, and graces the shores of both North Brookfield and East Brookfield. Its waters are fed by the Five Mile River and trophy-size Northern Pike have been caught and recorded. The Boston Herald rated Lake Lashaway as one of the top bass fishing lakes in Central Massachusetts. Whether you’re seeking outdoor fun or relaxation, you’ll find it here.
Lake Lashaway Dam
The area is friendly and safe for walking, biking, waterskiing, swimming, boating, and fishing. Picturesque Lake Lashaway is an excellent lake for all watersports. It is 1½ miles long and ½ mile wide, and graces the shores of both North Brookfield and East Brookfield. Its waters are fed by the Five Mile River and trophy-size Northern Pike have been caught and recorded. The Boston Herald rated Lake Lashaway as one of the top bass fishing lakes in Central Massachusetts. Whether you’re seeking outdoor fun or relaxation, you’ll find it here.