Nonna’s Kitchen “closed for offseason” with hopes to reopen August 15th. It’s two story space is still offering private functions during the four month break.
Walking gives a much different perspective than driving and the Summer Canal Crawl will tie that perspective to food, drinks, history, and more.
Central Mass toast options are on the rise – restaurants are bringing unique combinations and their own twists on a classic. You can find stand-alone menu options for toast at some cafés and bakeries, such as Birchtree Bread Company and STEAM Energy Cafe. Artisanal toast also shows up occasionally on brunch specials from restaurants such as Lock 50, Armsby Abbey, and more. You’ll also find avocado toast, a trend within itself, as a hot menu item at local spots like Brew on the Grid and Nu Kitchen.
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.
With the dawn of a new year came the promise of eight new Worcester restaurants, and counting. Everyone seemed to be embracing one ‘clean living’ trend or another during the month of January. (But, we believe you can enjoy everything in moderation.)
In 2017, Worcester’s restaurant scene welcomed a number of newcomers to the table in our proverbial dining room, which continues to grow at a rapid rate. Ramen bowls, butcher blocks, Szechuan sandwiches, and wine wars all found their welcome here. Still, a few of our biggest breaks bid so long (and in one case, good riddance) to members of the culinary community. Here are the top 17 Mass Foodies stories of 2017.
Today marks the launch of a limited food menu including at Steam Energy Cafe. The Steamwich is a Warm egg frittata, with arugula and tomato, served on a 7 Grain or Gluten-Free Loaf.
Worcester’s Canal District’s highly anticipated Steam Energy Cafe has their ovens fired up and serving steamwiches and açaí bowls.