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.
Deadhorse hill announced today that it plans to open a new concept in 2017 at 72 Shrewsbury Street, the former home of Sweet Kitchen & Bar. Co-owners Jared Forman and Sean Woods intend to launch a casual Korean eatery they will call Simjang.
With a menu as eclectic as its collection, Café G serves up a commitment to sourcing ingredients of the highest quality from local, independent producers and creates an artistic spin to its seasonal offerings.
Sushi Miyazawa is the real deal. Located next to Nancy Chang’s at 372 Chandler Street, this intimate little gem seats less than 20 at a time and is not only the newest addition to the sushi scene in Worcester, but currently the only BYOB sushi restaurant in the city. Chef Nori, a Tokyo-trained chef with…
Catered by executive chef Brian Alberg of The Red Lion Inn, the Terrace Café is a simplistic adaptation of Rockwell’s America. To complement its portrayal of the life Rockwell built through his paintings, the museum offers an equally appropriate ‘Rockwellian’ rendition with its simple culinary offerings.
From the carefully plotted trees and plants to the Community Mosaic wall by artist Kim Emerson, the courtyard of the Worcester Art Museum is the embodiment of living art. The menu at the Museum Café speaks to the WAM’s appreciation of nature. At WAM, food is art.