Taylor's Tavern

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238 Main Street
Greenfield Ma, 01301

Hours of Operation

Saturday  8am-11am (Breakfast) Sunday  8am-12pm (Breakfast)

Monday  11am-9pm
Tuesday-Saturday 11am-10pm
 (lunch and dinner)

We Deliver!!!

  1. Managing Director
  2. Managing Director
  3. Managing Director
We support 15 local farms and growers.

Forage for the freshest ingredients.

Import Fish fresh from the ocean and have it on your plate the same day!

10 Local and Craft beers on tap!!
Taylors Tavern's Private Chef Tastings!
Would you and your friends like a 5 or 6 course meal (like the one below) in a private dining room catered by our very own Chef ? Call and ask about our private petite pairings options! Our chef will create a 5 or 6 course meal custom designed to your appetites and pair it with the perfect wine for the ultimate dining experience. You will be seated in our private room and your every need will be met! Please call us @ (413) 773-8313

(All pictures are shot in house. We do NOT use professional photographers.
What you see is what you will get!)
  1. Flourless Chocolate Torte
    Flourless Chocolate Torte
  2. Wild Pacific Halibut
    Wild Pacific Halibut
  3. Fois Gras
    Fois Gras
  4. Wild Chinook Salmon
    Wild Chinook Salmon
  5. Canadian Elk Chop
    Canadian Elk Chop
  6. Triple Layer Pound Cake
    Triple Layer Pound Cake
  7. Pasta Toss
    Pasta Toss
  8. Local Chicken
    Local Chicken
  9. Fungi Alley
    Fungi Alley
  10. Wild Caught Tacos
    Wild Caught Tacos
Restaurant Story
   In 1866 a gentleman by the name of Rinaldo Taylor who was the editor of the Franklin Democrat, an early Greenfield newspaper, purchased the building; naming it the Taylor Block. Mr. Taylor had gone out to the California Gold Rush in 1849 hoping to strike it rich. Unsucessful, he returned home and ran the only millinery store in Greenfield. The building suffered 3 fires and rebuilt in 1885 with an additional floor & cornice.
    In 1921 W. L. Goodnow Co. of Keene New Hampshire purchased the building and Goodnows Department Store became a significant retail store. The basement floor, which now occupies Taylors, was the linens and domestic section. The unique cashing out tube (pheumatic) is something many people remember. 
   Mark S. Donoghue, former University of Massachusetts basketball player and local CPA, purchased the building in September 1982. Renovations were started and the building was quartered into 4 condominiums.
   Taylors Tavern opened its doors on September 11, 1983, taking its name from the building itself. The Tavern side was the origional restaurant and bar. In 1987 two things happeneed. A 4th floor was added to the building and Taylor's Dining Car Room became a reality. Richard Lea of Easthampton, handcrafted the beautiful wood work.
   We have been honored to be a part of Historic Downtown Greenfield for years and look forward to serving you for many more years to come!
                                                                                 Thank you, The Donoghue Family.

Please feel free to look over our menus or come into the restuarant for our daily specials  
Premium Meat
We use only the best products when preparing your meal. From Seattle to local farms, only top quality products make the cut!
Premium Service
Our friendly waitstaff and bartenders are here to make your dining experience second to none!
Premium Drinks
We offer a full hard bar with 10 beers on tap, including local favorites!
Call (413) 773-8313