As you can assume, all events—including the Worcester Wine Festival Grand Tasting—have been postponed for the year. Although we’ve had many events planned for this year—A Taste of Worcester History, Willy Wonka Wine Dinners, Santa’s Sleigh, and more—we figured that it’s in everyone’s best interests to allow our chefs, wine experts, and industry partners to…
We are beyond excited to welcome you to Mass Food & Wine. Our inaugural year, is an exciting one as we have a line-up of events that are sure to please both the casual diner and serious food-and-wine-centric palate.
Mass Foodies and the Worcester Wine Festival will be merging into Mass Food & Wine in an effort to focus on coordinating, promoting, and executing world class food and wine events in Massachusetts with exclusive dinners and grand tastings effective January 2020.
A few weeks ago, food photographer Ally Voner and graphic designer Chris Boudrow drove their converted school bus through the White Mountains of New Hampshire with no plan of a final destination. The Blog Bus had been years in the making. Voner and Boudrow’s longtime dream came to fruition last Christmas Eve with the purchase…
Juicy Seafood opened a few months back and the Worcester Foodies’ have been planning their visit ever since we saw the announcement that a Cajun Seafood boil were now available in Worcester Stepping inside the restaurant, the seafood theme is more than evident. The dining room has mounted fish, ropes, fishing nets and more. A…
Chefs favor ramps and fiddleheads as the first sign of spring. Ramp season is short, lasting about a month as soon as the weather grows seasonable. Fiddleheads are equally elusive, calling for wet and swampy conditions.
Center Tree Bar & Grill is officially open for business on Main Street in Rutland, brought to you by the same family responsible for Lakeside Bar & Grille in Shrewsbury and Herbie’s Bar in Worcester.
This week, Pop It is on stage at The Hanover Theater with Anna MacInnis of The Baphomettes burlesque troupe and Erin Hockey who recently appeared in the all-female butcher episode of Chopped.
MGM Springfield’s Michael Mina and Adam Sobel serve up twists on brunch staples and Italian classics, including seafood specialties, pizzas, breakfast libations and more at Cal Mare.
Central Mass has plenty of restaurants that can help you see the sunshine, even during the dead of winter.