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Fins and Tales

You’d be hard pressed to find a better selection of American cuisine than Fins and Tales in Southbridge. It’s impossible to miss the bronze fish on the… Read more »

Joey’s Bar and Grill

For a perfect blend of fine dining and a relaxed atmosphere, look no further than Joey’s Bar and Grill. The modern décor is impressive, but more impressive… Read more »

Tavern on the Common

Rutland’s Tavern on the Common is nestled in a quaint village common and offers a great atmosphere, a varied menu with entrees ranging from $8 to $18,… Read more »

Wild Willy’s Burgers

Looking for a great burger? Mosey on down to Wild Willy’s Burgers on West Boylston Street. You can enjoy a wide variety of beef and patty options… Read more »

Drinks are on us!

Here’s To You, Designated Driver By Dan Saberhagen Picture this. You’re all set to get your drink on and have a night to remember. Your boss is… Read more »

Bye Bye Blue Bird

Blue Bird Pizza (formerly the T-Bird), a Worcester landmark on Park Ave., has been sold. No word about its future, but we hear that the owner will… Read more »

Finally Roma’s

Roma’s on Harding Street in Worcester finally opened its doors the last week of July. This BYOB Italian eatery features the cooking of Joe Petrou, formerly of… Read more »

No more books

Jumpin Juice and Java opened its doors in mid-July at 335 Chandler Street in Worcester, the former home of Tatnuck Bookseller. Owned by Josh Van Dyke &… Read more »

Economic spin-off

It looks like there will be a new restaurant going in next to the Hanover Theatre. Ed Madaus and Paul DeMoga, the brains behind the Hanover restoration,… Read more »

Java giant closes

Starbucks on Shrewsbury Street, one of its three Worcester locations, is closing. This seems strange since it was a very busy store in a high-traffic area. The… Read more »

No night diner

The Parkway Diner on Worcester’s Shrewsbury Street has ended its short experiment with evening dining. The Parkway, which has been in the Evangelista Family for generations, used… Read more »

Viva Keivan

For those who tuned in for the July 4th Boston Pops Show, you may have seen Martin Scorsese introduced to the TV audience. Who was Scorsese with?… Read more »

Cocke N Kettle closes

The Cocke N Kettle, a Blackstone valley landmark for generations, has closed its doors. The restaurant had been in operation for almost 40 years before shutting down… Read more »

By Bernie Whitmore If asked for a place that embodies the spirit of Worcester, I’d suggest Kelley Square ~ where seven main roads converge in a state… Read more »