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The Loose Goose Café

1 East Pleasant St.
Amherst, MA
(413) 549-4667

www.loosegoosecafe.com

For Larry Severance and his crew, success means taking popular breakfast and lunch fare—food that folks often want in a hurry—to a higher level of quality, while keeping it affordable and delivering it on time. "We're always looking for the best product—the freshest we can get from local vendors—and we keep our quality above the average," Severance says. "We're catering to people who know the difference." In addition to running the Amherst restaurant, "we do a ton of catering and delivery," Severance says, adding a plug for the desserts, including a proprietary product: "We're the home of Sugar Jones Cookies."

Also won: 1st place Grinders/sandwiches
2nd: Paul and Elizabeth's
150 Main St. (Thornes Marketplace)
Northampton, MA
(413) 584-4832

www.paulandelizabeths.com
Also won: 1st place, Vegetarian
1st place, Salads
3rd place, Restaurant for desserts
3rd place, Restaurant for seafood

3rd: Esselon Café
99 Russell St. (Rte. 9)
Hadley, MA
(413) 585-1515

www.esselon.com
Also won: 1st place, Independent coffee house/cafe
3rd place, Outdoor dining
3rd place, Sunday brunch

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