Late afternoon exterior photo of a colonial style building of wood constructions with four large, two-story columns in front, with a sign that says The Store at Five Corners above the columns.
The Store at Five Corners opens August 16 under the direction of Chef Corey Wentworth with expanded hours and menu; photo courtesy The Store at Five Corners, via Facebook.
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The Store at Five Corners Cafe and Market to Open

Be ready for breakfast, August 16 at 7:00 a.m.

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Above: The Store at Five Corners opens August 16 under the direction of Chef Corey Wentworth with expanded hours and menu; photo courtesy The Store at Five Corners, via Facebook.

WILLIAMSTOWN — After much anticipation, Chef Corey Wentworth announces the opening of his cafe and market located in the Store at Five Corners, 4 New Ashford Road in South Williamstown, MA.

Wentworth and his team have been working diligently to refresh the 252-year-old building to welcome neighbors near and far to this much-loved community hub. The operator/chef is working closely with Berkshire County farmers, purveyors, and artists to provide the foundation for the cafe menu, grocery items, and gift selections. 

Wentworth is striving for a warm and inviting environment that captures the essence of a treasured community asset, adding, “I want our customers and staff to enjoy a convivial atmosphere, delicious food, and each other’s company and conversation.”  

The cafe will offer a locally sourced, seasonally rotating menu, and the market shelves will be stocked with reasonably priced everyday basics and some new favorites. The menu will feature breakfast from 7:00-11:30 am, followed by sandwiches and salads, served until 7:00 pm.   A grab-and-go case will offer select menu items, prepared fresh daily, and weekly take-away dinner options, available in the late afternoon for those short on time, seeking restaurant-quality meals. 

The Store’s operating hours will be Tuesday-Friday (7:00 a.m. – 7:00 p.m.); Saturday (8:00 a.m.-7:00 p.m.) and Sunday (9:00am-3:00pm). Wentworth anticipates the approval of an on-premise beer and wine license. Once granted, the store will remain open until 9:00 pm Thursday through Saturday, with additional menu items and specials available during the expanded evening hours. 

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