This week, Pop It is on site at the Ivy Corset Building with photographer Joe Gonzalez-Dufresne.
Dinner at Per Se amounts to three-Michelin-stars, nine-courses, and a month’s rent. Deadhorse hill’s Jared Forman recalls his time working there as a young chef.
A Complete Listing of the 65 New Food Establishments Licensed for Operation in Worcester During 2018
Technically speaking, 2018 brought 65 new food establishments to the city of Worcester. The figure is based on 49 new Common Victualer (Food) Licenses awarded this year in addition to 16 new Liquor Licenses. Licensing is only the first step in actualizing an opening.
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.
Let’s talk about lunch. Not brunch– often just an excuse to charge more for eggs on weekends by making them sound pretentious. Not breakfastfor lunch, which is fine – good even – but if you want it, go any of the great diners the area offers that are open ‘til 2. And not grab and…
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.
CEO Dani Babineau took us on a tour inside the future home of Redemption Rock Brewing, set to open by December of 2018 on Shrewsbury Street.