Tim Samson learned the restaurant business by working for more than three years at the Berkshire Food Project, a kitchen that serves free lunch to dozens of locals every weekday.

Two weeks ago, Samson and business partner Richard Krzeminski opened a new takeout restaurant, The PitchFork, where he is putting those skills to good use.

His plan is to get straight to the point — offer a menu with items that are locally popular, cost little to prepare, and charge a price that Adams residents can afford. And he said the goal is pretty simple — how to turn $2 into $4, and do that enough to support a business.

 

Read more about the new restaurant at  The Berkshire Eagle.com