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.
Sarah went live with Lynn Cheney for the first Lettuce Be Local drop off at deadhorse hill. Cheney has put a unique spin on the traditional CSA model in hopes of helping more farmers get their goods into the people of Worcester’s hands and kitchens.
We salute summertime in the beautiful state of Massachusetts. What’s going on in the world of food? Here’s what you missed during the month of June.
Millennials are causing the market to shift because of the change in consumer buying habits and grocerants are showing that they are growing rapidly with zero signs of stopping.
Cape Cod’s chefs, farmers, and food writers want you to leave with more than just a suntan. They are prepared to arm you with a new outlook on eating, and this summer, Mass Foodies is along for the voyage.
With Cafe Agrizzi opening this month on Commercial Street in downtown Worcester, MA, there is a new option for breakfast and lunch for those working and visiting the heart of the city.
With Reserve to manage logistics, General Manager Keith Carolan is left to what he does best – grooming his front of house staff.
Celebrate summer with the Wachusett Brew Yard which will be located in downtown Worcester, MA. Wachusett Brew Yard is parking their beer dispensing Airstream Trailer at Railers Sports Tavern to bring together beer, food, music, and outdoor games.
Meola’s sets the tone for a great #FamilyEats destination as they remake the concept of outdoor picnics.
This evening, Maddi’s Cookery and Taphouse announced that they will open their doors at 64 Water Street on Monday, June 18th at 11 a.m.