Green Fields Market
144 Main Street
Greenfield, MA 01301
Phone: (413) 773-9567
Green Fields Market is located on Main Street in the heart of downtown Greenfield. We have been at this location for close to twenty years and are committed to maintaining a strong presence in our lively downtown. Just two blocks from the Energy Park, a great place for picnics. We have a wide selection of organic produce, natural groceries and wellness items. We also have a full service deli and bakery with daily soups, salads, fresh breads and desserts. Come visit us!
Directions: Greenfield is in the western part of the state, on the west bank of the Connecticut river between Brattleboro, VT and Northampton, MA. We are also at the junction of routes I-91 and Mass Route 2. To get here by car, take I-91 or Route 2 (they run together for a while) to the exit 26 rotary. Head into town on 2A east (Main St.) Go up the hill to the top, then look for us a couple of blocks ahead, on the left. Our store sports a long, green awning, above which is our sign. There is some free parking and some metered parking available; turn onto Wells Street on the left before reaching the store. map
3 State Street
Shelburne Falls, MA 01370
Phone: (413) 625-2548
Fax: (413) 625-6031
McCusker’s Market is located in the village of Shelburne Falls, across from the Bridge of Flowers. Our neighborhood store is in a historic building and has a wide selection of organic produce, natural groceries, wellness items, and beers & wines. We also have an excellent assortment of salads, sandwiches and daily soups. We have indoor and outdoor seating and also offer free wireless access in the dining area. Gallery space in our dining area features local artist’s work. Come visit us!
Directions: From Route 91 take exit 26 and follow the rotary to Route 2 west. Take Route 2 west approximately 10 miles. Look for State Police barracks and a Mobil gas station on left. Take next left off of Route 2. Signs say “Shelburne Falls” and “Bridge of Flowers”. This is Maple street. Go to the corner of Maple and Bridge St. and take a left onto Bridge Street. Follow this through town and cross over the iron bridge. McCusker’s Market is directly across the bridge on State Street.