The Worcester Historical Museum celebrates “The Legacy of Water Street: 35 Years of Sharing Worcester’s Jewish History” with an exhibit opening on Wednesday, November 28th curated by Norma Feingold. After the opening reception, the “Water Street” video will lead a discussion, “Water Street is Alive” with Stuart Sadick.
This is it. All questions about Kummerspeck’s closure answered in an unfiltered, comprehensive story on why great restaurants may not survive despite Worcester’s renaissance.
Outdoor dining isn’t reserved for the summer. Lock 50 extends al fresco dining through the winter with their heated igloos.
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.
Surrounded by family and people she trusts, Renee King has taken a passion, talent, and opportunity, and brought it to life with The Queen’s Cups now on Water Street in Worcester, MA.
Sarah checks out a new addition to the neighborhood at 56 Water Street—Renee King of The Queen’s Cups has set up shop in the old Bucky’s Garage, and the space has never looked better!
The Queen’s Cups successfully completed a soft opening as they prepare for an August 1st opening at their new Worcester location.