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Gould's Sugar House, Shelburne Falls

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4.5/5 based on 60+ reviews on the web
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  • Gould's in Shelburne Falls, MA is a real treasure, but it is hard to find open. I finally asked. Since it is a maple sugaring operation, they are really only open in March/April, and then again during...  read more »
  • We have been going to Gould's for 45 years. We go every fall and sometimes in the spring. It's our annual family "Pickles and Pancakes" outing. The food is amazing...homemade sausage, the best pancake...  read more »
  • for 40+ years we have been going to Gould's Sugar House for the best pancakes you can imagine not to mention their wonderful real maple syrup made in the Spring. They also make a great western sandwic...  read more »
  • Best pancakes I have ever had with real maple syrup.
  • This is my all-time favorite restaurant, and I have been taking my family there for more than 30 years! Pancakes are awesome, and so is the syrup, sausage, home-made pickles, and maple ice cream. If you like corn fritters, those are great too. I look forward to seeing Mrs. Gould and reading the family updates. It is a maple sugar house with all its country charm, and it is a highlight in our family every spring and every fall. As a matter of fact, we're heading there today - opening day March 1st. Yipee!
  • There was a very long wait on Columbus Day morning; about 40 minutes for a table of 4, but we decided to stick it out. The pancakes were excellent. The farm/craft store is charming. A nice highlight at the end are the $0.25 cones of homemade maple ice cream.
  • Charming setting & great food. Best syrup in western Massachusetts.
  • We used to go here when I was a child. My grandmother would take us every year on vacation to the area. We lived in NJ. I am now in Central MA and can't wait to get my kids there.
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