Saturday, July 2, 12:00 pm until 1:30 pm
399 Main Street, Greenfield, MA - Red Door on Hope Street
While the Declaration of Independence declared “that all men are created equal,” with the right to “Life, Liberty and the pursuit of Happiness,” the laws that followed did not apply to Black or Native Americans, nor women or LGBTQIA2S+. The hypocrisy of the holiday was not lost on the abolitionist and scholar Frederick Douglass, who in 1852 delivered his famous address, “What to the Slave is the Fourth of July?” Read more about the complexity of July 4th here.
You know every Saturday is a special day,
When you eat a meal from your Hometown Cafe!
RSVP for your meal
Delivery or take-out only
That's the deal!
We're busy in the kitchen today,
We'll get you fed come what may!
RSVP for this delicious Saturday lunch!
MEAL DELIVERY orders close at 5 PM on Friday, but walk-up curbside orders are always welcome!
---> Pay-What-You-Can for your meal
---> Give us a 10th Anniversary Birthday gift!
Lots o' Love, Chef Kirsten & the Café Crew
Posted to: Saturday Menu
The Café’s food philosophy is the reason its menus and meals have become a popular draw to our community. Our philosophy is to find a celebration that falls on each Saturday (or close to it) from any tradition or place on the planet.
Each week the Chef team searches the world for these opportunities to celebrate our community. We embrace cuisine from around the world and bring it to the table for all to eat. Our desire is to provide palette-expanding opportunities that meet the needs of all our guests.
Our food is made from scratch – rarely opening cans or boxes – and meets the needs of any dietary preference or restriction. Our weekly menu offers vegan, vegetarian, and gluten free foods as well as meat or fish protein options.
We believe that when we sit down together and share a meal we become a beloved community – a family who shares times of celebration and traditions.
Have a favorite celebration that you’d like to suggest to us? Send us an email!