Open Thur to Sat, 5 to 8:45pm
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An incomparable outdoor dining experience.
Perched on top of our own cliff, overlooking the pristine Laurel Lake, Oasis offers extraordinary views, spectacular sunsets, fresh-grilled food, and wonderful live music curated from the wealth of amazing artists in the Berkshires.
Check our Facebook page for our
line up of musicians.
So sorry, but for safety reasons, Oasis is only open to kids aged 13 and above.
We seat only at your appointed reservation time;
we do not seat early.
Reservations are a must and can only be made online using the "Book Now" button below, or by clicking here.
We do not take phone reservations.
We are open Thursday to Saturday from 5 to 8:45pm, and offer two seatings/performances each night:
For the first seating/performance, guests must arrive between 5pm and 6pm, and depart by 7:15pm.
For the second seating/performance, guests must arrive between 6:30pm and 7:30pm, and we close up at 8:45pm.
We respectfully ask our guests to respect these timings to ensure all our guests have adequate time at Oasis.
We love kids. We HAVE kids. But Oasis sits on the edge of a steep cliff; there are low firepits around the tables, and gas grills, and there are large boulders. In short, while this is a very safe environment for adults, it is not safe for kids. For their safety, we ask that you leave your 12 and unders at home—and bring them back some of our yummy desserts!
Because Oasis has limited lakeside seating, we do restrict seating to customers who are spending at least $25 per person.
As we have a small outdoor kitchen and limited grill space, we seat guests only at their designated reservation time. We do not seat early. But you're welcome to enjoy a drink at our bar while you wait!
An 18% gratuity will be added to parties of 6 or more.
We accept all major credit cards
but we do not accept cash, except for tips.
We ONLY offer outdoor seating, so:
1) we do close when there is inclement weather
2) we ask all guests to wear appropriate clothing to stay warm on cool evenings.