Worcester Ma Restaurants
100 Wattaquadock Hill Rd, Bolton, MA 01740
$$$ Top 10 Recommended New Editor's Pick Private Room View Outdoor Seating
All reservations are for inside seating. Should the weather cooperate, outside seating will be offered only to those with reservations inside and then on a first-come, first-served basis. We apologized, but unfortunately, due to an unsustainable increase in no-show reservations, while operating at limited capacity, we are now collecting a non-refundable booking fee of $10.00 per person for all reservations. The booking fee will be automatically applied to your bill on the date of service.
65 Pleasant St, Upton, MA 01568
$ Recommended New
The Three Seasons Restaurant is a unique learning environment in which Culinary Arts students operate a full-service kitchen, bakeshop, and dining room. As members of the restaurant's waitstaff, students learn different types of service etiquette and styles, such as American, Russian, and French. Behind the scenes in the Three Seasons kitchen, students rotate through foodservice stations to gain real-world experience in food preparation and cooking techniques. Valuable experience is also gained in the planning and production of large-scale functions (200+ people), including the Superintendent's Gourmet Dinner, the Program Advisory Committee Dinner, community events, and off-site catering.
75 Elm St, Millbury, MA 01527
We’re not your average brewery. We are a local nano-brewery with a selection of session-able beers, while traditional at the core, there’s always our slight twist ensuring each brew is uniquely our own. Our beer is worth every penny and we think you'll agree.
19 Weed St, Marlboro, MA 01752
$ Recommended New Editor's Pick View Outdoor Seating
Lost Shoe Brewing and Roasting Company is an independent craft brewery and coffee roastery with an onsite taproom in Downtown Marlborough. Our inviting taproom is a place for the community to come together to enjoy locally brewed beer and freshly roasted coffee in an environment reminiscent of our city’s past as a shoe manufacturing center.