We discuss the rapid growth of Worcester’s restaurant scene and the difficulties that come along with launching a new concept in a gateway city with endless and unrealized potential. We are joined by Jonathan Demoga,...
Worcester’s restaurant renaissance has received a lot of media attention the past few years, and rightfully so, as we have always noted. But let’s face it, Worcester isn’t the only area taking their restaurant game...
Since its opening, Maddi’s Cookery + TapHouse has brought an additional food option for diners in Worcester's Canal District. HAving poached chef Christopher O'Hara from Flying Rhino, the menu is as comfortable as the atmosphere.
For their 86th consecutive month of dining out in Central Massachusetts, the Worcester Foodies group has found themselves making an exception to the "no chain" rule with downtown's 110 Grill because of its smaller, localized focus on food.
Back to school season means it’s time to start using your noodle again. Kids and their families will love these tasty noodle options for optimum brain food from Pho Bowl, Volturno, Rosalina's, and Armsby Abbey.
If summer vacation is like a really long weekend, that makes August a lazy Sunday. Enjoy the last gasp of summer with some casual outdoor favorites at Grill on the Hill, Caffe Espresso, Lakeside Grille, and Smokestack Urban BBQ.
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.
Catered by executive chef Brian Alberg of The Red Lion Inn, the Terrace Café is a simplistic adaptation of Rockwell’s America. To complement its portrayal of the life Rockwell built through his paintings, the museum offers an equally appropriate 'Rockwellian' rendition with its simple culinary offerings.
From the carefully plotted trees and plants to the Community Mosaic wall by artist Kim Emerson, the courtyard of the Worcester Art Museum is the embodiment of living art. The menu at the Museum Café speaks to the WAM’s appreciation of nature. At WAM, food is art.
Walking into Dianna’s Neighborhood Bistro feels a bit like walking into your grandmother’s kitchen. This quaint, BYOB restaurant on the corner of June and Chandler Street in Worcester is what one Foodie called “the type...