A slick dose of Manhattan style for the Berkshires' khaki-donning crowd.. In Short Soaring, loft-like design and eye-catching metal appointments make this popular New American restaurant feel more like Soho than the Berkshires. A tony, festive clientele guarantees a pitched noise level, while a democratic no-reservations policy insures a decent chance for a last-minute table. The menu splits the divide between straightforward mainstays like pasta, sandwiches and pizzas and more eclectic offerings like oysters with a champagne-horseradish sauce and barbecue ribs with fennel slaw.
fast and flasky feast.
the weekend pace is fast, upbeat, almost frenetic. the food is fantastic. new ownership has brought with it a new vibrant pasta regimine while not messing with the classic ribs, oysters, mussels, calamari, etc. Now open for lunch thurs-sat, it has become the best bet in town, with an outstanding array of sandwichs.