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.
The Museum Café will extend its hours to 11am to 3pm, Wednesdays through Saturdays, providing full-service dining. On Sundays, food service will be available from 10am to 3pm at the Sip Cart, which offers sandwiches, snacks, and beverages for sale.
You’ve probably enjoyed the results of Joan Walker's love and labor at Armsby Abbey, deadhorse hill, or the International’s Fireplace Room. Walker Farm's reputation is steadfast among local foodies for producing the highest quality meat in the region. Unlike most farms that raise their cattle to be one and a half to two years old, Joanie raises her cows until they are at their full weight and at least three years old.
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.