Influential brewers, chefs, and farmers have flanked to Armsby Abbey to enjoy the fruits of their labor (sometimes literally) since it opened nearly a decade ago. Regardless of whether a respected farmer or a first time customer sits down at a table, staff is expected to be more than just knowledgeable. The restaurant’s table management system, Reserve, certainly helps.
Not only did Chef Araujo of Civic Kitchen & Drink and Chef Nemeroff of B.T.’s Smokehouse loop themselves into a captivating dichotomy during their recent collaboration, but Wormtown Brewery likewise found itself along for the thrilling ride.
Califano’s standards have remained unwavering in Worcester and the same holds true of his Framingham location. Pasta classes are offered monthly at each location and no two are ever the same.
Chef Rick Araujo of Civic Kitchen & Drink knew just who to tap for an evening dedicated to “award-winning barbeque” when he reached out to Chef William Nemeroff. Nemeroff is the Director of Operations at B.T.’s Smokehouse, a Sturbridge haunt that has cultivated a rich barbeque culture in New England for over a decade.
While local entrepreneurs continue to raise the dining bar, the city’s culinary giants have no qualms about coming together if it means putting food on the table to support children in need. The annual ‘No Kid Hungry’ dinner on Monday, March 12th will showcases just what makes Worcester so exceptional.
The pork used in BirchTree Bread’s ramen dish had been fed on Honest Weight’s spent grain, a byproduct of the brewing process, for close to a year. Served alongside Honest Weight’s multi-grain stout, this ramen pairing took symbiosis to astounding heights.
Whether you prefer the formal dining room of The People’s Kitchen, the enticing buzz of The Citizen, or the secret cocktail culture concealed behind bars at Still & Stir, the staff at Niche wants you to find your fit. Carruth makes use of Reserve to track customer preferences, including which of the varied ambiances a guest typically desires.
Greater Good’s taproom and kitchen is set to open in mid-March on Millbrook Street in Worcester. The brewery is the first of its kind to cater exclusively to the imperial style which ranges from 8%-14% abv.