Carnegie’s “A Place to Eat”

Located in a renovated Carnegie library’s basement (circa 1909), this cozy Greenfield restaurant caters to manufacturing and biotech executives looking for a culinary oasis east of I-465. Executive chef and owner Ian Harrison changes the menu seasonally, dishing up locally sourced American fare. Instead of the heavy, inelegant crab-stuffed shrimp, start with the silky, smoky cream of red bell pepper soup. The crispy grilled duck breast delights, complemented by earthy mushroom risotto in a red wine sauce. In warmer months, the charming back garden with a wood fired oven and herb garden offers a tranquil environment.

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