Mass Foodies added a new writer to its roster this week: Dana Harrison, MS. Harrison is a nutritionist, educator, and fitness instructor with a simple approach to nutrition, health, and wellness. In its 2018 trend forecast, the National Restaurant Association reported that restaurant guests are increasingly demanding more healthful options.
For their 86th consecutive month of dining out in Central Massachusetts, the Worcester Foodies group has found themselves making an exception to the “no chain” rule with downtown’s 110 Grill because of its smaller, localized focus on food.
With Cafe Agrizzi opening this month on Commercial Street in downtown Worcester, MA, there is a new option for breakfast and lunch for those working and visiting the heart of the city.
Celebrate summer with the Wachusett Brew Yard which will be located in downtown Worcester, MA. Wachusett Brew Yard is parking their beer dispensing Airstream Trailer at Railers Sports Tavern to bring together beer, food, music, and outdoor games.
For June, the Worcester Foodies take to simjang, the Korean-American restaurant situated on Shrewsbury Street on Worcester, MA.
The Friendly Toast serves up creative meals in a truly unique atmosphere and offers a fun and exciting dining experience morning, noon and night while using the freshest ingredients that are locally sourced whenever possible—and is using both to celebrate Pride Month.
Okay, let’s just get this out of the way: Our city has a long and important history with breakfast. The Worcester Lunch Car and Carriage Manufacturing Company built 651 diners in 20th century. Two are operational in Worcester still: Miss Worcester (Miss Woo) and Boulevard Diner. And we love them. But they did not make…
National Hamburger Month is off to a strong start with SKYBOKX 109 offering Beer & Burger Bundles for $15 on every Monday from 4pm – 10pm.