I have been to JJ’s several times and the food has always been consistent, so it was time to sit down and try their Mushroom Swiss Burger.
“Jimmy” Burger from Jimmy’s Tavern in Shrewsbury, MA is served with bacon strips, cheddar cheese and topped off with a fried egg.
The Fix Burger Bar’s “Rambling Wreck” had cheddar cheese, mesquite pork belly, house slaw, sliced pickles, whiskey BBQ sauce, served on a sesame bun.
The Boynton Restaurant is one of Worcester’s most well-know names, having been a favorite of Wootown families, college students, business folk and alike for many, many years. It is the place where you meet old friends for a beer, bring out-of-towners to for a quintessential Worcester experience, meet up for a Thanksgiving reunion or enjoy…
The Buffalo Jam burger from Brew City features fresh ground buffalo, jam and goat cheese on a brioche roll; One of the better burgers I’ve had—anywhere.
Avocado Gouda Burger from O’Connor’s was a well enough portioned size, included the fries and the gouda was smoked and creamy.
The crust on Dino’s Vesuvius Pizza was very thick, and, overall, it was a good pizza for my mature pizza palate.
The hot summer day lent itself to enjoy a small appetizer pizza and the Italian Antipasto from Dino’s on Lord Street in Worcester, MA.
Give me some spice and you made my day; the “The Green Chili” burger from The Fix on Shrewsbury Street in Worcester was what I was going to be having.
A vegetarian option from The Fix: Seared tuna, spicy kimchi, sesame chips, Sriracha aioli, sweet soy, on a sesame roll. I loved this non-burger, burger.