Paul & Elizabeth’s, Northampton ,MA


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Food: ☆☆☆

Service: ☆☆☆

Ambiance: ☆☆☆

Cost: $$$

Must try: Portobello mushroom wrap, Tamari Fish


Paul and Elizabeth’s natural foods restaurant has been a mainstay in Northampton for over 30 years now. They were the pioneers in offering health conscious food with an accent on vegetables and seafood. Now this trend has become the rage all over the Pioneer Valley but Paul and Elizabeth’s still holds it own.

Located in Thornes Market, it often hard to get a table here at this extremely popular food spot. Paul and Elizabeth Sustik are very involved in the day-to-day running of the restaurant whilst their son Nate is now the head chef.

The food is good – I loved my Portobello mushroom wrap and the crust of the apple pie was really good too.

Paul and Elizabeth’s is a wonderful spot for a plate full of comfort.


Here is some of what we ate:


Fish Chowder


Clam Chowder


Herb Focaccia


Roasted Portobello & Brie Wrap


Blue Fish in Tamari and Lemon


Vegetarian Lasagna with Greek Salad


Dairy-Free Chocolate Mousse Cake


Cream Pie du jour


Apple Pie

Restaurant Information

* Restaurant Name
Paul & Elizabeth’s
* Overall
* Neighborhood / Cuisine
American Traditional
* Street Address
150 Main St , Northampton, MA 01060
* Phone
(413) 584-4832

3 thoughts on “Paul & Elizabeth’s, Northampton ,MA

  1. My younger daughter decided to celebrate her birthday this past Saturday by visiting her sister who lives in Easthampton, but who works at Thorne’s Market. She and her family traveled over two hours to get there from Manchester NH. My wife and I traveled an hour and a half from Bellingham to meet them. My daughter, who works in the Thorne’s Market building, went to the restaurant at 12:45 and put her name in for a table, letting the employee know we would be 5 adults and two children. We were aware there was a wedding reception happening at 3:00 and there might be a wait. Wait we did, at 2:00, an hour and 15 minutes after my daughter had put in her name, we were told “we can’t accommodate 7 people”. Knowing the size of our group from the start, why weren’t we told that at the onset that we could not be accommodated? Instead, your employees made the decision to seat parties of two, three and four people rather than move two tables together to accommodate us. We wouldn’t have waited around if we knew that was their policy, especially with young children who don’t have the patience of adults.

    Your food may be good, but I’ll never know since I was never served – and I never will return! But, your customer service is terrible and leaves much to be desired. Fortunately, we found the Siam Square Thai Restaurant just a short walk away on Pleasant St. The service was great, the food was wonderful, and they went out of their way to accommodate the kids with special plates, menus and kindness.

    Goodbye Paul & Elizabeth’s and hello Siam Square!

  2. Hi Ralph,
    Im sorry you had a bad experience. I however, have nothing to do with the restaurant – this is an independent blog. I do think that you should write to them directly and let them know and maybe post your review on yelp.
    There are many wonderful places to eat at in Northampton. Hope you have a better time next time around!

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