Of course, the Boston Burger Company serves burgers but honestly, who cares about the burgers and fries when you can partake in eating a #freakfrappe?
While one doesn’t typically associate food with dive bars, it is amazing to find that Ralph’s grills up one of the best no-frills burgers in Worcester.
If you’re a fan of Man vs. Food, then your cravings will be satisfied at Mac & Walt’s – an eatery of burger, beers and bourbon.
The Black Sheep Tavern is a small roadside pub and restaurant that you would find in any small American town. With a gravel parking lot, a deck patio and an inside space that is fifty percent bar, you can tell that this is a watering hole of the locals. No frills and minimum amenities means a down home experience with other good, hard-working people. With a menu consisting of normal pub fare like apps, sandwiches, pizza, and wings, I was pleasantly surprised to see that the Black Sheep had eight burgers on the menu.
With a menu as eclectic as its collection, Café G serves up a commitment to sourcing ingredients of the highest quality from local, independent producers and creates an artistic spin to its seasonal offerings.
The Chameleon will use 166 Shrewsbury St. to create a great brand and put out a product as unique and ever-changing as Worcester itself. Order the Rub and Pull burger, topped with brisket, BBQ sauce, stout onion jam, smoked Gouda and served on a bulky roll.
Looking for guilt-free flavors that won’t let you (or weigh you) down? The Chopped Salad is a must-try from 2Ovens in White City. Six simple ingredients pack a ton of guilt-free flavor.
Catered by executive chef Brian Alberg of The Red Lion Inn, the Terrace Café is a simplistic adaptation of Rockwell’s America. To complement its portrayal of the life Rockwell built through his paintings, the museum offers an equally appropriate ‘Rockwellian’ rendition with its simple culinary offerings.
From the carefully plotted trees and plants to the Community Mosaic wall by artist Kim Emerson, the courtyard of the Worcester Art Museum is the embodiment of living art. The menu at the Museum Café speaks to the WAM’s appreciation of nature. At WAM, food is art.
Native Grill and Wings in Oxford does more than just chicken. The Hangover Burger puts forward extreme flavors and a substantial helping of bacon. With creamy avocado and an over easy egg, you can expect mouthwatering, rich textures. The kicker is the hash brown patty!