Samuel Slater’s Restaurant: An Unexpected Experience Bernie Whitmore Samuel Slater’s Restaurant 200 Gore Road, Webster (508) 943-1639 https://indianranch.com/restaurant When it...... Read more »
Read More at thepulsemag.com Hot dogs and potato chips are long-time staples at George’s Coney Island in Worcester. What you...... Read more »
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446 Main Street, Worcester, MA 01604
Monday 7:00 am – 2:00 pm Tuesday 7:00 am – 2:00 pm Wednesday 7:00 am – 2:00 pm Thursday 7:00 am – 2:00 pm Friday 7:00 am – 2:00 pm Saturday Closed Sunday Closed
Breakfast, Business Lunch, Catering, Good for Groups, Lunch
Eric’s LaPatisserie is a gourmet sandwich, pastry and coffee shop in downtown Worcester where you and your friends and associates can gather for a casual breakfast or… Read more…
16 Milford Street, Upton, MA 01568, United States
Monday through Saturday from 11:00AM to 9:30 PM and on Sunday from 12:00PM to 9:30PM
Dine at Bar, Good for Groups, Live Music, Lunch
The Rose Garden Restaurant & Pub serves fine American cuisine in a relaxed, yet sophisticated environment at an affordable price. Read more…
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Rayanne Sabara is the founder and owner of Glamour Bombonier, offering her delicious Brazilian sweets to the city of Worcester and beyond.When I say, “beyond,” I truly mean it. Sabara has shared her sweet treats all the way to “La La Land” via the Oscars for the past three years. The 90th Academy Awards on March 4 will be her fourth time serving up her sweets for Hollywood’s biggest celebrities.
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Hot dogs and potato chips are long-time staples at George’s Coney Island in Worcester. What you won’t see on the Southbridge Street restaurant’s menu is the “can’t be missed” huge serving of nostalgia that dates back 100 years. From the 60-foot neon sign that has adorned the landmark restaurant since the 1940s to the wooden booths complete with name carvings, the eatery has been an integral, mainly unchanged, part of downtown Worcester and people’s hearts. [Read More…]
Worcester’s iconic Boulevard Diner on Shrewsbury Street celebrated 80 years of operation June 14. The diner has been operated by the George family, with the third generation now getting old enough to run the place. Congratulations to Jimmy George and his family. We still miss Ringo – Jimmy’s father.
Armsby Abbey will host a chef’s dinner July 12 with Chef Damian Evangelous. The first hour will feature cocktails and a selection of local cheeses and other offerings, followed by a four-course meal featuring New England products. The cost is $90 per person.
It looks like the happy hour may be returning to Massachusetts bars and restaurants. There is a bill before the legislature to restart happy hours. The venue must offer the special three days a week. Stay tuned, and be prepared to be happy.
We hear from our North County spies that McNally’s in Westminster will be closing sometime this summer. This place has been a big draw for folks in North County for a number of years.