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Mass Foodies is a Worcester-based organization that takes wholistic approach on the Commonwealth’s growing hospitality industry by delivering careful curated content. Massachusetts has world-renowned Chefs and great restaurants and Mass Foodies is dedicated to supporting and promoting them.

Food Feed

Nonna’s Closed For Season

Nonna’s Kitchen “closed for offseason” with hopes to reopen August 15th. It’s two story space is still offering private functions during the four month break.

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City Bar & Grille Brings Comfortable Neighborhood Feel to Chandler Street

Al Soto has worked for different restaurant owners all over the world. Now it’s his turn to call the shots at City Bar & Grille! Located at 395 Chandler Street, Worcester, City Bar & Grille hopes to be “the local neighborhood spot where friends and family can enjoy simple, good, fresh food” Soto told MassFoodies…

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Mass Foodies Expands Media Offerings with Acquisition of Pop It Podcast

In an effort to expand its media footprint, Mass Foodies has acquired the Pop It podcast co-hosted by Sarah Connell and Molly O’Connor. Mass Foodies maintains a dominant foothold in the digital media space and the addition of this weekly podcast will allow for extended coverage in a locally underutilized medium. In its 2018 Infinite…

Food Feed

More December Closings: Legacy Bar & Grill and 7 Nana

For what seems like an uncharacteristically high number of restaurants closing for 2018, we’re following up with Red Lantern’s closing last week with the closing of another Shrewsbury Street eatery, 7 Nana, along with the Legacy Bar & Grill, which opened earlier this year, and Pho Bowl. Legacy Bar & Grill opened in January and…

Food Feed Great Guide

Which Restaurants Decorate for Christmas? Enjoy The Splendor of the Holidays with these Festive Restaurants

Mass Foodies’ snow-white trolley was transformed into Santa’s Sleigh as it brought 70 diners around the city to experience the restaurants that decorate for Christmas. If you didn’t get your hands on a ticket, we’re not opposed to you recreating the journey on your own time. Here’s a step-by-step guide to all of our festive destinations to help you get in the holiday spirit.