Sorry, this event is sold out. Try “walking for wine” as we explore the Canal District and enjoy a four course wine pairing from multiple restaurants! Spanish, Italian, American and more… Mass Foodies’ first Worcester Wine Walk™ pairs food and wine from four restaurants known for their food’s “pairability.”
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.
Pairing coffee and dessert will ensure that the spotlight shifts from Worcester’s restaurant scene to its after-dinner scene. With The Queen’s Cups pairing Airis Coffees in a one-time pop-up event, you’ll never look at a menu the same way.
Walking gives a much different perspective than driving and the Summer Canal Crawl will tie that perspective to food, drinks, history, and more.
Welcome to June… if you missed what happened last month, here’s a recap featuring 110 Grill and B.GOOD opening, Crust Bakeshop and Harding Green starting construction, Airis Coffee Roasters planning an event with Mass Foodies and The Queen’s Cups, and much much more.
Advanced roasting technology is what allows Good As Gold to ensure steadfast consistency for its customers. Their custom air roaster allows them to control how heat is applied to the coffee bean, impacting the outside coloration of the roast color as well as the inside with measurements 10 times per second. What separates Good As Gold from everybody else is their ability to provide more consistent coffee and dial in their recipes. Air roasting technology allows for unlimited recipes or blends of coffee roast, colors, and profiles. Good As Gold is currently the only roaster in the United States with this precise technology.
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.