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Chuan Shabu/Hot Pot

Chuan Shabu is Worcester’s first and only Hot Pot restaurant. At Chuan Shabu, they serve fresh vegetables, meat and seafood in their dishes and their hot pots…. Read more »

The Saloon

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Forget about it

It appears that Johnny Fugata on Worcester’s Belmont Street is closed. This was the second restaurant owned by John Piccolo, of Shrewsbury Street’s Piccolo’s. According to sources,… Read more »

But can he pick grapes?

Andy McWilliams has taken over the range at J’s Restaurant at the Nashoba Valley Winery in Bolton. McWilliams formerly worked at the Carnegie Abbey Club in Portsmouth,… Read more »


That is the name of the new restaurant going in at 43 W. Boylston St., across from the CVS. Jambo will be a Kenyan Restaurant, maybe the… Read more »

The Fix is in

The Fix is the name of the new burger place that Niche Hospitality will open on Worcester’s Shrewsbury Street, in the location that was occupied by Mezcal…. Read more »

Mezcal moves and reopens

Mezcal has opened at its new location on Major Taylor Boulevard, across from the DCU Center. The new Mezcal is about 7,000 square feet with a great… Read more »

Speaking of Greek food

If you are on the other side of Worcester, try Zorba’s Taverna on James Street. Zorba’s also serves Greek food and has a second place in Charlton.

It’s all Greek to me

Meze, a Greek tapas restaurant, recently opened its doors on Worcester’s Shrewsbury Street. This Italian-American neighborhood may never be the same. Meze serves small plates of authentic… Read more »

The Breakfast Bar

If you are looking for a breakfast place with a hip, urban vibe, or if you are just getting home from an all-nighter, head to The Breakfast… Read more »

We all scream for Irish Cream

Ahhhh, Irish cream, a delightful concoction of cream, sugar and Irish whiskey that tickles the taste buds with sweetness, a hint of hazelnut flavor and just enough… Read more »

From herbal remedies to liquor store shelves

Tonics have been made by medicine men, healers and pharmacists for centuries, and often these healing recipes have become mainstream alcoholic beverages today. Apothecaries soaked the herbs… Read more »

Irish beers for St. Patrick’s Day

While some people are comfortable just adding green dye to their lager on St. Patrick’s Day, others like to grab a Guinness. If you’re looking for something… Read more »

Fourth Brew Woo comes to the DCU Center in April

If you’re a beer lover, here’s an event you won’t want to miss. Worcester’s Original Craft Beer Festival, affectionately dubbed Brew Woo, will be held Saturday, April… Read more »