Area Attractions/Dining


Springfield is the center of one of the most culturally rich and historic areas in the country — as well as the gateway to the attractions of New England. That makes it an ideal setting or jumping-off point for your event’s evening, spouse tour, or pre- and post-event programs. Start right at the MassMutual Center where the 8,000-seat arena is the site of concerts, family and sporting events. Restaurants of every category abound, both close to the convention center and across the area. The historical, cultural and entertainment options are rich and varied — everything from world-class college art museums to the Dr. Seuss and Basketball Hall of Fame Museums, Springfield’s CityStage and Symphony Hall, nightclubs, amusement parks, outlet malls, antique shows, and more.


From extraordinary fine dining to classic local and ethnic cuisine, Greater Springfield offers a variety of dining options and possibilities for your attendees. There are hundreds of area restaurants offering everything from traditional New England fare to steakhouses, bistros, and virtually every category of international food—most just steps or minutes away. For lively nightlife, downtown Springfield’s entertainment district — minutes from MassMutual Center — features more than 60 of the city’s hottest restaurants and nightclubs. And just a short ride away is the college town dining and nightlife scene in Amherst and Northampton.

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Max's Tavern

(413) 746-6299

Nadim's Mediterranean Grill

(413) 737-7373

The Student Prince

(413) 734-7475

Theodores Booze, Blues & BBQ

(413) 736-6000

Uno Chicago Grill - Springfield

(413) 733-1300

Plan B Burger Bar

(413) 285-8296
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