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.”
Many people are anxious and embarrassed on their first go around at a cheese case. Simone Linsin of Pecorino Country Cheese Shop in North Grafton is here to make it easy.
Meze Estiatorio on Shrewsbury Street has the most exclusive Greek wines in one restaurant in all of New England. As for the food, Meze Estiatorio is the product of four generations of recipes, tenacity, and tradition.
If for nothing more than the transformative experience Bocadon Tapas Wine Bar provides, transitioning every foodie to the essence of Spanish culture in Spain, it is deserving of our #SundayFunday seal of approval.
Sahara is open until 2 a.m. every night and offers free, live entertainment on Friday and Saturday evenings. Whether you go for something exotic or an old staple, Sahara’s authentic Middle Eastern cuisine is sure to please even the pickiest eaters.
Food is the utmost undervalued form of artistic expression in the history of art and it beckons to belong to the reigning crowds of contemporary art.
Wine culture offers an air of exclusivity that can sometimes deter novice curiosity. We all know that the best way to learn about wine is to drink it, but to educate one’s palate in the wine world requires a great deal of time and resources. I can’t justify cracking a $125 bottle of 2007 Beringer…