Cuisine

Nuovo- 92 Shrewsbury Street Worcester Worcester Restaurant Week: Winter Edition 2018 I have to admit that Nuovo is one of my favorite places in the city.  Its quiet… Read more »

Although not truly “New” in the Woo, Glamour Bombonier Brazilian Sweet Shop has some exciting things happening in 2018, including — hopefully — a new sweet shop…. Read more »

Sake Bomb Bistro is the sister restaurant of Kenichi Bistro in Worcester. Sake Bomb Bistro serves a unique blend of Asian cuisine and fresh sushi. You can… Read more »

At Shangri La, they claim to carefully pick fresh and natural ingredients to prepare every dish. They cook in a healthier way to serve a more nutritious… Read more »

Scales Seafood & Ice Cream

Located in the historical H.W. Hakes Manufacturing Mill built in 1900 to manufacture shuttles, Scales Seafood & More was founded in 1999 by Randy & Karen Mogren…. Read more »

Hirosaki Prime

Country Kettle Cafe

Great place to get an inexpensive meal. This is the place where everyone knows your name.

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

Opening Soon!

The Pic

Website: picadillysbarandgrill.com

Mezé Greek Tapas Bar & Grill

A mezé is not a meal course like an appetizer (although, mezé dishes can be served as appetizers), but rather a dish, hot or cold, spicy or… Read more »

Fish Restaurant & Wine Bar

Fish Restaurant & Wine Bar is the recent reboot of Coral Seafood. The menu has been retooled, the wine list enhanced, and there’s a new executive chef,… Read more »

Thai Time Worcester

Thai Time Worcester is a family owned and operated business, who takes pride in their cuisine and strives to bring you the best quality of food and… Read more »

Lakeside Bar & Grille

Nu Cafe

Nu Cafe is a gathering place for the local community. Here you can relax, meet a friend and enjoy wonderful, healthy and fresh offerings. During the day… Read more »