A few short years ago, Ed Russo wasn’t in the restaurant business. But he had a vision to open a restaurant in the burgeoning Canal District of Worcester and today, that vision is the restaurant Worcester has come to know as the award-winning Lock 50. Lock 50 opened in May of 2016 and immediately made…
The Stillman Quality Meats retail store is located at 157 Harding Street, adjacent to Page Boy and The Queen’s Cups. Opening hours will span Tuesdays to Sundays from 10:30 a.m. to 6:30 p.m.
Since its opening, Maddi’s Cookery + TapHouse has brought an additional food option for diners in Worcester’s Canal District. HAving poached chef Christopher O’Hara from Flying Rhino, the menu is as comfortable as the atmosphere.
Once at the epicenter of the urban food system in America public markets thrived as an indicator for local economies and the development of the social fabric and Worcester is on the brink of bringing it back.
With only five months into the new year, the Canal District continues to promise an array of culinary goodies with the addition of three restaurants and a public market.
In 2018, Worcester will continue to welcome new restaurants and further push towards its inspirational goal of becoming the Culinary Capital of New England.
Worcester’s Canal District’s highly anticipated Steam Energy Cafe has their ovens fired up and serving steamwiches and açaí bowls.
Throughout most of 2017, the food scene in Worcester anxiously awaited the opening of a new restaurant called Kummerspeck. No one really knew how to pronounce the name, or what it meant. Word on the street was the place would also have a retail delicatessen, as well as being home to a full-service butcher shop….