Wonder Bar

121 Shrewsbury Street Worcester, MA 01604

http://www.wonderbarrestaurant.com
508-752-9909

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Red Lantern completed its last dinner service last night, Sunday, December 9th at 235 Shrewsbury Street in Worcester.

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Mass Foodies Christmas Trolley with Lock 50

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The Legacy of Water Street with Worcester Historical Museum

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Lock 50, in Worcester, offer igloos to extend patio dining throughout winter.

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October was full of ups and downs for Worcester's food scene, but in the end, we came out even.

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Kummerspeck on Water Street in Worcester, MA is closing its doors. Why doesn

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Lock 50, in Worcester, offer igloos to extend patio dining throughout winter.

Lock 50 Extends Patio Season with Innovative Igloo Offerings

Outdoor dining isn't reserved for the summer. Lock 50 extends al fresco dining through the winter with their heated igloos.

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Updated: July 2015 .