2021, June | The River 93.9 with Monte Belmonte: Are we getting more food secure post-COVID?
2021, May | Bear Country 95.3: Montague WebWorks Website of the Week: Stone Soup Café
2021, March | Connecting Point: Stone Soup Café Fights Against Food Insecurity in Franklin County |
2020, November | 22 NEWS: Over 400 Thanksgiving meals served at Stone Soup Café in Greenfield
2020, February | WRSI: The Poor People’s Campaign comes to Greenfield
2018, August | WRSI: Why Is The Free Harvest Supper The Scapegoat For Clearing The Camp on The Common?
2017, August | WRSI: The Return Of The Free Harvest Supper
2022, April | The Recorder: PHOTOS: Comerford lends hand at Stone Soup Café in Greenfield
2022, April | The Recorder: $300K grant to fund culinary training program spearheaded by Stone Soup Cafe
2021, November | The Washington Post: 'I used to eat at soup kitchens to survive. Now as a volunteer, I see it from the other side.'
2021, November | The Recorder: Stone Soup Cafe to serve free meal along with Thanksgiving’s history
2021, May | The Recorder: ‘Giving back is paramount’: Greenfield mayor, staff help with community meal program
2021, January | The Recorder: Providing food, a place to get warm for Greenfield’s homeless
2020, November | The Recorder: Organizers meet increased need with annual Thanksgiving meals
2020, August | The Recorder: Demand rises at area soup kitchens
2020, August | The Recorder: 16th annual Harvest Supper in Greenfield modified with to-go format
2020, March | The Recorder: Greenfield businesses staying open, but taking precautions
2019, January | The Recorder: Glassman’s legacy on display at Stone Soup Cafe
2019, November | The Recorder: Stone Soup Café gears up for Thanksgiving meal
2018, November | Breaking bread together
2018, August | Boston Globe: Former Greenfield tenters struggle to find shelter
2018, August | Boston Globe: Greenfield mayor surprises homeless with Friday eviction from town common
2018, August | The Recorder: Sign of the times ; Editorial: Helping those less fortunate to find food at harvest time is not a waste
2018, June | The Recorder: Look Who’s Cooking: Stone Soup Café chef Kirsten Levitt excels at feeding a crowd
2018, June | The Recorder: Food Justice Bike Ride to benefit Stone Soup Cafe
2018, April | The Recorder: A Stone Soup Café volunteer and his passion for composting
2018, March | The Recorder: Local pay-what-you-can cafe starts Cover-a-Meal Appeal
2017, April | The Recorder: Franklin County Spring Parade and 5K planned for Saturday in Turners Falls
2017, August | The Recorder: Belly Bus Food Drive to return
2017, August | CISA: Free Harvest Supper to return to Greenfield Town Common
2017, August | WWLP 22 News: Greenfield community enjoys free locally grown food
2017, December | The Recorder: Stone Soup Café personifies the holiday spirit
2016, December | The Recorder: Stone Soup, local church and United Arc offer collaborative meal on Christmas Day
2016, November | The Recorder: Hundreds Gather for a Thanksgiving Meal
2016, August | The Recorder: Pioneer Valley Symphony Chorus to sing for Stone Soup
2016, September | The Recorder: Rani Arbo and Daisy Mayhem to rock Stone Soup Café
2016, November | The Recorder: Family Meal: United Arc, Stone Soup partner for Thanksgiving dinner
2016, March | The Recorder: Stone Soup Café celebrates four years; attracts people from all walks
2014, May | Greening Greenfield: Stone Soup Café Named Green Hero of the Month
2014, May | Taprock Center for Peach and Justice: Stone Soup volunteer honored as teenage peacemaker
2013, November | The Recorder: Inmates to Learn Organic Gardening
2013, April | The Recorder: Jeff Bridges donates to Stone Soup Cafe in Greenfield
2013, April | The Sun Chronicle: Jeff Bridges pledges support to Mass. soup kitchen
2013, April | Stone Soup Café Brings Food and Community
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!