Worcester Restaurant Week 2018 - See the Participants
Sunday, March 04, 2018
This year's restaurant week feature more than 40 restaurants serving three course meals for only $25.18.
Restaurant week allows people to sample food from a large variety of Worcester's restaurants without needing to worry about over spending.
Restaurant week ends on Saturday, March 10 so be sure to get to as many restaurants as you can.
For more information on Worcester Restaurant week, click here.
See the Participating Restaurants in the Slideshow Below
Related Slideshow: Worcester Restaurant Week Participants - Spring 2018
82 Winter Street, Worcester
Bocado, which means "mouthful" in Spanish, features more than 40 different tapas, as well as imported meats and cheeses and signature Paella.
Bocado arrived on the scene in 2006, becoming Worcester's first authentic Spanish Tapas Bar and Restaurant.
Photo: Bocado Restaurant Tapas & Wine Bar
395 Chandler Street, Worcester
For more than 20 years, Caffe Espresso Trattoria has been a family owned and operated restaurant.
Their menu is full of Italian food with original Italian ingredients for your enjoyment.
Photo: Caffe Espresso Trattoria
Route 20 (10 Prospect Street), Auburn
Chuck’s first restaurant opened in Hawaii in 1959 and introduced America to the concept of the grill & salad bar in the dining room.
Today, there are Chuck’s Steak House’s stretching from Guam and Hawaii in the Pacific, east to Florida and north to Massachusetts. Chuck’s in Auburn opened in 1978 and Margaritagrill was added in 1982.
90 Harding Street, Worcester
The Compass Tavern offers a menu featuring American style and New England dishes all made from scratch in the kitchen.
The Tavern has 20 draft beer choices, including locally brewed Compass lager, as well as 30 bottled beers, wines and specialty cocktails.
Photo: Compass Tavern
42 W Boylston St, West Boylston
A place to enjoy a cold beer on tap, catch up on the news, watch the big sports game, or join your friends for a night of pool, darts, and music. With 30 different beers on tap, they pride themselves on having the coldest beer in town.
278 Shrewsbury Street, Worcester
The Flying Rhino offers a variety of food, from great appetizer bites and soups to sandwiches, salads and creative entrees.
There is also an extensive martini list for your enjoyment.
Photo: The Flying Rhino Cafe
25 Grafton Cmn, Grafton
Dine next to a roaring fire and enjoy the hearty food you would expect in this historic colonial landmark that's been continuously operating since 1805.
In the tavern you can expect to find a good selection of craft beers, great wines and a welcoming atmosphere.
97 Boston Turnpike, Shrewsbury
Lakeside Bar & Grille is an upscale bar and grille and a great place to meet with friends and families.
The menu includes appetizer choices, soups, salads, sandwiches, burgers and much more.
Photo: Lakeside Bar & Grille
112 Harding Street, Worcester
Nonna's specializes in pizzas, pasta and gelato for dine-in or takeout. Their mission is to offer authentic-based Italian American cuisine made in the spirit of all the Italian Nonnas while at the same time changing the perception of a fast-casual setting.
1160 West Boylston Street, Worcester
O'Connor's is an Irish restaurant and bar serving Irish, European and American food seasoned with new ideas.
O'Connor' has been in business for 25 years and is a great place for family and friends.
229 Grove St, Worcester
Oak Barrel Tavern is delivering the rustic tavern experience with an unrivaled drink selection and carefully crafted food all in a family-friendly atmosphere. Walk in and you’ll be welcomed by wooden floors, cozy seating, a sunny patio, and a warm team ready to make you feel at home.
455 Park Avenue, Worcester
Peppercorns is a casual Italian restaurant that has operated in Worcester for more than 25 years.
Both the Grille and Tavern are comfortable, family friendly restaurants offering a variety of affordable menu selections.
157 Shrewsbury Street, Worcester
Piccolo's Italian Restaurant offers a menu that ranges from great appetizers and salad to pasta and Piatti Della Casa.
Piccolo's wine list is also expansive giving you the perfect drink with your meal.
90 Commercial Street, Worcester
Railers Tavern is a casual, welcoming sports bar for fans of all loyalties, especially the hockey fan. Offering a full bar and menu featuring epic sausages crafted with unique blends of meats and toppings, a selection of 20 draft beers and creative twists on classic cocktails, we offer the perfect place to catch all the games.
83 Hamilton Street, Worcester
Rosalina's is one of the hidden gems in Worcester as they don't advertise that much.
However, the restaurant's 4-Parm Avalanche was voted "Dish worth Driving to" by Phantom Gourmet while the restaurant was voted as the best BYOB in Worcester in 2015.
185 West Boylston Street, West Boylston
The Mill 185 opened up in May 2011. It is owned and operated by partners Tony Topi and Mark White. Tony is the Front of the House Manager and in charge of all of the event happenings at The Mill 185. Mark is both the Chef and Kitchen Manager. The Mill 185
185 West Boylston Street, West Boylston
118 Highland Street, Worcester
The Sole Proprietor is more than 30 years old and is still serving Worcester's best seafood, according to local reader polls.
The menu is varied with plenty of seafood choices as well as chicken, steak and other options.
Photo: Sole Proprietor
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