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.
The Chameleon, a new restaurant on Shrewsbury Street in Worcester, MA appears to be closed after more federal actions plague indicted owner of the previous restaurant.
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.
The Chameleon will use 166 Shrewsbury St. to create a great brand and put out a product as unique and ever-changing as Worcester itself. Order the Rub and Pull burger, topped with brisket, BBQ sauce, stout onion jam, smoked Gouda and served on a bulky roll.
Sweet Kitchen + Bar, a staple to Worcester’s Shrewsbury Street, is closing its doors on July 23rd.
The lunch cart has been synonymous with controversy from the very beginning. At the turn of the century, business mogul, R.C. Taylor could be heard all over town damning the “infernal lunch carts” as the demise of Worcester’s economic development. “They make Worcester so cheap, nasty cheap…No other city on earth would stand the lunch…
The Shrewsbury Street storefront that has been dormant since Cafe Dolce (154 Shrewsbury Street) closed in 2011 will breath new life. Valentino’s Press and Pour, plans to open in May and “will feature a full bar and cafe, lottery, tobacco products, and a variety of to-go items including coffee, ready-made sandwiches and desserts,” as reported in the Worcester…