The Best Spots for Outdoor Eating During Restaurant Week
Friday, March 23, 2012
Located inside the Beechwood Hotel on Plantation Street, Ceres is a great spot to eat a sunny weekend breakfast, or soak in the moonlight with a glass of fine wine. While you are sitting out on their patio for dinner, be sure to try the pan seared duck breast, finished with a cherry lacquer and demi glace.
Ristorante Via Alto 27
If Italian food is more your thing, head out to Clinton and try Via Alto 27. The renowned Italian restaurant offers large portions of Italian favorites and a variety of delicious pizzas. If you stop by, be sure to try the award-winning pumpkin ravioli.
Those seeking something more casual can head over to Tweed’s Pub and enjoy some of the best burgers around. The pub also has a large selection of salads, sandwiches and steaks. Of course, there is plenty of beer on tap to enjoy with the beautiful weather.
VIA Italian Table
VIA is the newest addition to the Worcester Restaurant Group’s collection of fine dining establishments, and is quickly becoming a local favorite. Relax on the patio and enjoy a refreshing white wine with lunch, or spend an evening exploring VIA’s extensive menu of traditional Italian dishes.
The Mill at 185
The Mill has its fair share of Italian selections as well, but grab a brew and enjoy some of their spicy items inspired by Kansas City Barbeque and Cajun Louisiana cooking. Often thought of as a comfortable place to catch a game, The Mill's excellent drinks are also great to relax with outside during Happy Hour.
The Flying Rhino Café and Watering Hole
The Flying Rhino is a vibrant spot on Shrewsbury Street that always has music playing and people talking. It may be the best place in town to enjoy an outdoor martini, and the Rhino offers truffle tater tots for those looking to try a new twist on a childhood favorite.
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