Chefs favor ramps and fiddleheads as the first sign of spring. Ramp season is short, lasting about a month as soon as the weather grows seasonable. Fiddleheads are equally elusive, calling for wet and swampy conditions.
Center Tree Bar & Grill is officially open for business on Main Street in Rutland, brought to you by the same family responsible for Lakeside Bar & Grille in Shrewsbury and Herbie’s Bar in Worcester.
This week, Pop It is on stage at The Hanover Theater with Anna MacInnis of The Baphomettes burlesque troupe and Erin Hockey who recently appeared in the all-female butcher episode of Chopped.
MGM Springfield’s Michael Mina and Adam Sobel serve up twists on brunch staples and Italian classics, including seafood specialties, pizzas, breakfast libations and more at Cal Mare.
Central Mass has plenty of restaurants that can help you see the sunshine, even during the dead of winter.
City Bar and Grille opened tonight at 395 Chandler Street led by owners Al and Cynthia Soto. The space previously housed Cafe Espresso. Al cut his chops in Boston working for Troquet and the East Coast Tavern Group. Soto made most of the dining room furniture himself, with the exception of a row of seats…
Mexicali Mexican Grill opened its doors at at 225 Shrewsbury Street this evening. The sprawling space has proved challenging for previous tenants including British Beer Company, The Urban Kitchen + Bar, and Coral Seafood.
Dinner at Per Se amounts to three-Michelin-stars, nine-courses, and a month’s rent. Deadhorse hill’s Jared Forman recalls his time working there as a young chef.
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…
Contributing Editor Sarah Connell breaks down the numbers to determine the most popular Mass Foodies stories from 2018. One thing is clear; you like to read about openings, you love to read about closings, and you know how to pay proper tribute when it is due.