This week, deadhorse hill’s little sister, simjang, finally made her debut under the watchful eyes of chef de cuisine Mike Wenc.
Executive Chef, Michael Sobel, opens Legacy Bar and Grill on at Coe’s Pond on Mill Street.
Last night’s Whole Foods Market Influencer tour revealed Shrewsbury’s new 50,000 square foot outpost of “America’s healthiest grocery store.” Nods to the site’s former tenant, Spag’s, were not lost among the mountains of natural and organic products.
Effective February 1st, Reserve will be collaborating with Mass Foodies to reveal inner workings of the guest experience at key Massachusetts restaurants through a variety of profiles with industry insiders.
Simjang announced its opening team this afternoon including Mike Wenc, chef de cuisine, and Ellen Benson, general manager. A menu preview will take place on January 30th, hosted by sister restaurant deadhorse hill.
In 2018, Worcester will continue to welcome new restaurants and further push towards its inspirational goal of becoming the Culinary Capital of New England.
In 2017, Worcester’s restaurant scene welcomed a number of newcomers to the table in our proverbial dining room, which continues to grow at a rapid rate. Ramen bowls, butcher blocks, Szechuan sandwiches, and wine wars all found their welcome here. Still, a few of our biggest breaks bid so long (and in one case, good riddance) to members of the culinary community. Here are the top 17 Mass Foodies stories of 2017.
Worcester’s Canal District’s highly anticipated Steam Energy Cafe has their ovens fired up and serving steamwiches and açaí bowls.
Rob Fecteau of BirchTree Bread Co. collaborated this month with 3Cross Brewery also of Worcester. The dinner was the second (Wormtown was first, Flying Dreams is next) in the monthly series BirchTree hosts the first Thursday of every month with a brewery.
Food delivery service FoodSquire will launch officially among Worcester area restaurants on January 10th.