Located in the village of Shelburne Falls, Massachusetts, on the Buckland side of the Deerfield River is the West End Pub. It is situated in a historic 1840 building which was once the home of the Buckland Fire Dept. It housed two horses and their horse drawn pump wagon in what is now the bar room. Over the years the building was home to many different shops, stores, businesses and even the town Jail!!.This building has a lot of history. About 30 years ago it was made into a restaurant. The West End Pub opened 7/27/07.
The West End Pub is a small, quaint restaurant/bar which sits next to the world famous Bridge of Flowers. We have a full bar featuring many locally made liquors and beers. We feature wines from California as well as Argentina, Australia, Oregon, Italy and France.
We serve a widely varied menu that includes Burgers made from locally raised grass-fed beef. You will also find Pasta Dishes, Buffalo Wings, Grilled Ahi Tuna, Crisp Paninis, Fish and Chips, Veggie Burritos, Local Beef Burrito, Bruschetta, Sandwiches, Steaks, Shrimp and Appetizers. There are salads, homemade soups and a good variety of vegetarian choices as well. There is always a great selection of delicious desserts too. (We serve a Sunday Brunch Menu during the winter months 11-1).
We have enclosed our deck for year-round use giving us a much better dining area. The new space has lots of windows to take advantage of the great river views and Summer air.
A trip to the rest room is its own memorable adventure. Access to the single restroom is gained by walking through the busy kitchen and down to the basement.
Customers should be advised that we do not have a restroom that is wheelchair accessible. We caution everyone to be careful going through the kitchen and ask for your patience. It is a small 170 year old building. We make the best of what we have.