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Flavor Profile: 50 West in Plainville
It's probably wrong, way off base, and totally not even fair, to say that — to some people — Plainville hasn't been a destination spot for dining. After all, there's J Timothy's, and right near that intersection at Main Street there's El Paso, a little Mexican eatery, and Bolo, a fine spot for lunch where you can get a massive selection of fresh donuts and other treats. And diners and burger stands abound, too. Adding to the evidence in support of Plainville's food scene is 50 West, a new higher-end bistro on West Main Street that prides itself on using regionally grown produce, and locally sourced products, whenever possible. The menu explains that 50 West is a "scratch kitchen," meaning they make as much as they can in house.
By Steve Alcazari
October 23, 2013