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The Firehouse Cafe & Bistro in Adams is a cool spot for hot entertainment this Summer.

Firehouse Cafe & Bistro Summer Line-up

ADAMS, Mass. — The Firehouse Cafe & Bistro announces a fun-filled July, celebrating the vibrant community of Adams with various events and activities. The cozy, art-filled space featuring works by local artists, including Alvin Ouellet, is the perfect backdrop for a month of culinary delights and live entertainment.

Firehouse Cafe & Bistro at 47 Park Street, Adams, Mass., for an unforgettable dining experience. Open Wednesday to Saturday, 4:00 p.m. to 9:00 p.m. For more details on all upcoming events, check out the Facebook page.

Locally Owned Eatery

Firehouse Cafe
47 Park Street, Adams, Mass.,
Open Wednesday to Saturday, 4:00 p.m. to 9:00 p.m.
For more details on all upcoming events, check out the Facebook page.

Community Events and Live Music

This July, the Firehouse Cafe & Bistro brings together the best of local culture and cuisine. Here’s what’s happening:

  • Live Music Thursdays: Upstairs at the bar for live music and half-priced appetizers on the final three Thursdays of July. First come, first served!
  • Saturday Live Music: Continue enjoying Saturday live music dinner accompaniment downstairs, kicking off with The Mikes on July 6.
  • Free Family Movies at Adams Theater: Just up Park Street, enjoy free movies on Fridays, July 5 and 19. Perfect for a pre-movie dinner at The Firehouse.
  • Adams Street Fair on July 14: Enjoy the festivities and make sure to stop by The Firehouse for a delicious meal.
  • The Zerbini Family Circus from July 26-28: Experience the magic of the circus and then unwind at the Firehouse Cafe & Bistro.

Special Event Highlight

  • Paint and Sip Event: On Wednesday, July 31, from 6:00 p.m. to 8:00 p.m., unleash your inner artist at the Paint and Sip (Wooden Pallet Event) presented by Arts & Events 518-845. For $55 per person, attendees will receive all painting materials, a wooden pallet, and one complimentary drink. Instructed by Andrea Tabor, this event promises to be a creative and enjoyable evening. Tickets are available at Eventbrite ) or via Cash App or Venmo. For more information or to pay via Venmo/Cash App, contact Jonathan with Arts & Events at 518-567-6584.

Celebrate the spirit of Adams and make July a month to remember!

Recent History of the Firehouse Cafe & Bistro

After being closed for nearly eight years, the Firehouse Cafe and Bistro at 47 Park Street reopened in 2022 under the direction of Chef Xavier Jones. The building, originally a firehouse and ambulance bay, has housed several restaurants since its conversion, the last of which closed in 2014. The new Firehouse Cafe & Bistro features a Mediterranean-infused menu.

Jason Velázquez

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