While local entrepreneurs continue to raise the dining bar, the city’s culinary giants have no qualms about coming together if it means putting food on the table to support children in need. The annual ‘No Kid Hungry’ dinner on Monday, March 12th will showcases just what makes Worcester so exceptional.
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.
Everyone knows that the secret weapon for a worthy festival is a slew of extravagant parties to compliment the main event. Bring on the wine wizardry at its finest! Call them intimate, exclusive, or down right ritzy - we’ve got the scoop on the best parties for Worcester Wine Festival weekend.
Deadhorse hill announced today that it plans to open a new concept in 2017 at 72 Shrewsbury Street, the former home of Sweet Kitchen & Bar. Co-owners Jared Forman and Sean Woods intend to launch a casual Korean eatery they will call Simjang.
This month, the Foodies ventured to Pepe’s Italian Restaurant, a neighborhood eatery on Franklin Street in Worcester. With so many pizza variations on the menu, it’s lucky that Pepe’s allows half-and-half pies, because the Foodies were eager to try a little bit of everything.