Truth is there are lots of great places to get your draft on, but the ones we finally did settle on we felt had a stronger point of view (meaning attitude) than the others – a curated list rather than just a great selection.
Let’s talk about lunch. Not brunch– often just an excuse to charge more for eggs on weekends by making them sound pretentious. Not breakfastfor lunch, which is fine – good even – but if you want it, go any of the great diners the area offers that are open ‘til 2. And not grab and…
Jeremiah’s Inn to host Chopped! Worcester on Monday, September 24th from 5:30-8:30pm in the Odeum Room in the Rubin Campus Center at Worcester Polytechnic Institute (WPI).
Miracle has announced that it will return to Worcester, debuting Jeff “Beachbum” Berry’s Sippin Santa. The pop-up residency at The Citizen will begin Black Friday and conclude on New Year’s Eve.
The Museum Café will extend its hours to 11am to 3pm, Wednesdays through Saturdays, providing full-service dining. On Sundays, food service will be available from 10am to 3pm at the Sip Cart, which offers sandwiches, snacks, and beverages for sale.
Fratelli’s Corner Crust Pizza is handcrafted with fresh-made, hand-stretched dough and topped with fresh, local ingredients. Under New Management, the pizzeria still delivers.
Okay, we don’t love the word “foodie” either. Certainly there has been a backlash against calling yourself a foodie – someone very interested in all things food, high and low, global and local, rich and simple – over the last decade. Like “hipster” it can be polarizing. But what’s the alternative? Gourmand is too pretentiously…
Hosts Sarah Connell and Molly O’Connor introduce their brand new show “Pop It.” They highlight Shea Serrano’s illustrated essays on “The Office,” Glow Season 2, “Crazy Rich Asians,” Ariana and Pete’s engagement, Bey and Jay’s summer album, and Refinery29’s controversial Money Diary. Guest Ricky Nelson discusses Bruce Springsteen, Seltzer Time’s global social media impact, and…
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.