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Matthew Cavanaugh for the Boston Globe
“In the middle of nowhere” is a common, and apt, description for the Dream Away Lodge tucked deep in the woods of Becket. Pictured, Dan Blakeslee and the Calabash Club.
The 200-year-old farmhouse is awash in neon signs and ambience straight out of a David Lynch film.
Chef Amy Loveless serves a lively summer menu, from barbecue brisket and Vietnamese-style fish to Mexican mole and shrimp remoulade. Pictured, Lauren Cover took reservations.
And the entertainment, which begins around 8:30 p.m., is just as adventurous as the food.
Every Wednesday at the lodge musicians gather to share songs. From left, Ben Kaplan, Warren Phinney, and Dana Kaplan.
Bartender Beth-Marie Gardner burned an orange peel while she made a cocktail.
Patrons got drinks at the bar prior to a show.
Dan Blakeslee and the Calabash Club played at The Dream Away Lodge.
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