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144 Main Street Worcester, MA 01608

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Armsby Abbey’s Bionutrient-grown four-course dinner

Armsby Abbey Chef Evangelous uses Kittredge farm ingredients to illustrate Bionutrient Food Association's importance of bionutrient crop production.


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Armsby Abbey’s Stoutfest Breakfast Welcomes Shaun Hill

Beer nerds enjoyed a rare treat on Saturday morning when one of the world’s most celebrated brewers, Shaun Hill, addressed a crowd at Armsby Abbey in Worcester. Tickets for the restaurant’s annual Stoutfest Breakfast sold...


House milled 4 Star Farms wharthog wheat & baby carrot pappardelle, roasted baby carrots, kale & green garlic, carrot top salsa, aged goat cheese, carrot crumb and Honest Weight Branch Bridge.

The Land Picks the Pairing at Four Star Farms

When it comes to Four Star Farms, it’s best to let the land do the pairing; Armsby Abbey will show you how this works. Both Honest Weight and Brick and Feather benefit from Four Star Farm’s plentiful harvest, making them natural pairings for dishes like Armsby Abbey’s Pappardelle.


Sarah Connell is live at Less Than Greater Than for the Metro West Cocktail Invitational

The Metro West Cocktail Invitational

Bartenders from all of your favorite haunts submitted recipes to compete at the Metro West Cocktail Invitational, which asked entrants to devise a low ABV cocktail (no more than 35%) using a minimum of two spirits, one of which had to be Galliano L’Apertivo Frizzante. The overall champion was Worcester's chosen competitor, Krysta Koval who cited her time at Armsby Abbey and The Pint as catalysts for her big win.


Wellfleets and Butterfish served at Heritage.

Five Fish You Should Eat This Summer in Central Mass

Always ask how, where, and when your seafood was caught. Choosing seafood that has traveled the least distance and comes from local fishermen will yield you the best experience this summer. Deadhorse hill has been known to serve Butterfish, Armsby Abbey has experimented with Scup, and The Sole Proprietor has featured Bluefish.


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Chef’s Best: The Evangelous Experience

For Mass Foodies' fourth Chef's Best dinner, Chef Damian Evangelous of Armsby Abbey broke down each course using sustainable ingredients with huge flavors.



Menu Released For Chef’s Best: The Evangelous Experience

Tickets are now on sale for Mass Foodies' Fourth Chef's Best dinner series event, featuring Executive Chef Damian Evangelous from Worcester's Armsby Abbey.


Fried Fish Sandwich and Hill Farmstead Mary from Armsby Abbey on Main Street in Worcester, MA

Farmhouse Dinner Paired with World Class Draughts

Armsby Abbey offers a pairing suggestion for each dish on the menu—they pride themselves on curating one of the most exclusive draught lists in the world.


Damien Evangelous prepares Thanksgiving dinners in the kitchen of Armsby Abbey on Thanksgiving.

Farm To Table Is Central, Not Gimmick, for Chef Evangelous

The local produce is abundant and delicious. And although much of it is seasonal, it doesn’t end with the close of summer. As the winter season begins to settle in, Evangelous says Armsby will move more toward more grains and meats.


Southern Food Truck, Mama Roux, Takes Up Residency at The Dive Bar

Southern Food Truck, Mama Roux, Takes Up Residency at The Dive Bar

Mama Roux food truck will open for business Thursday-Saturday starting at 6 p.m. this summer at The Dive Bar located at 34 Green St in Worcester.


A Sneak Peek at Kummerspeck’s Highly Anticipated Menu

To quell our curiosity at Mass Foodies, they have been so kind as to share a few of the menu items we can expect to see soon at Kummerspeck on Water St.


Brian Treitman at B.T.’s Smokehouse in Sturbridge, MA (Alex Belisle for Mass Foodies)

Sturbridge’s Meat Magician, Brian Treitman of B.T.’s Smokehouse

If the hills had also been alive with the smell of barbecue, I am sure I would like The Sound of Music more. Actually, I wouldn’t even hear the music. I would simply float across...


Updated: July 2016 .