Food News revolves around the happenings within the national Hospitality Industry and how it relates to the local restaurant scene. Here in the Commonwealth, the dining scene is vibrant and is influenced by—and sometimes influences—the national spotlight.
Rumor has it that after five years of serving the Tatnuck Square area, Tatnuck Grille is officially closing its doors today, on Friday the 13th, leaving the rest of us to wonder about the truth behind this superstitious holiday.
Central Massachusetts chefs are invited to participate in this year’s ArtWeek through “Art of Food” by creating their own masterpieces on the plate drawing from inspiration on the canvas (or any other art medium).
For years, finding a good menu lined with Korean BBQ or bibimbap was an exhausting task yielding little to no results. Now, Korean food is claiming Worcester its new home and Choose and Mix, its founding inspiration.
As we celebrate George’s Coney Island 100th year anniversary, we want to pay homage to its origins, its entrepreneurial impact on the American way and its undeniable flavors that makes us all crave hot dogs during the summer days.
Chef Rick Araujo of Civic Kitchen & Drink knew just who to tap for an evening dedicated to “award-winning barbeque” when he reached out to Chef William Nemeroff. Nemeroff is the Director of Operations at B.T.’s Smokehouse, a Sturbridge haunt that has cultivated a rich barbeque culture in New England for over a decade.
While local entrepreneurs continue to raise the dining bar, the city’s culinary giants have no qualms about coming together if it means putting food on the table to support children in need. The annual ‘No Kid Hungry’ dinner on Monday, March 12th will showcases just what makes Worcester so exceptional.