Sorry, this event is sold out. Try “walking for wine” as we explore the Canal District and enjoy a four course wine pairing from multiple restaurants! Spanish, Italian, American and more… Mass Foodies’ first Worcester Wine Walk™ pairs food and wine from four restaurants known for their food’s “pairability.”
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.
When the weather gets warm, I want crisp pink wine, light salads, and fresh seafood. Mesmerizing instagram shots are also a must. Worcester has plenty of spots for sunny day sipping, snacking, and snapping. Here are a few of my favorites.
A few short years ago, Ed Russo wasn’t in the restaurant business. But he had a vision to open a restaurant in the burgeoning Canal District of Worcester and today, that vision is the restaurant Worcester has come to know as the award-winning Lock 50. Lock 50 opened in May of 2016 and immediately made…
Contributing Editor Sarah Connell breaks down the numbers to determine the most popular Mass Foodies stories from 2018. One thing is clear; you like to read about openings, you love to read about closings, and you know how to pay proper tribute when it is due.
Which Restaurants Decorate for Christmas? Enjoy The Splendor of the Holidays with these Festive Restaurants
Mass Foodies’ snow-white trolley was transformed into Santa’s Sleigh as it brought 70 diners around the city to experience the restaurants that decorate for Christmas. If you didn’t get your hands on a ticket, we’re not opposed to you recreating the journey on your own time. Here’s a step-by-step guide to all of our festive destinations to help you get in the holiday spirit.
October was full of ups and downs for Worcester’s food scene, but in the end, we came out even.
Outdoor dining isn’t reserved for the summer. Lock 50 extends al fresco dining through the winter with their heated igloos.
Here are six Central Mass establishments you can count on to take your food allergies seriously.