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Our Mission: Eat everywhere in Worcester.

WorcesterFoodies is a group of wandering consumers of tasty foods. All from different backgrounds, we have the love of food in common. Coming together once a month at a Worcester area restaurant, WorcesterFoodies is determined to eat everything the city has to offer and suggest, to you, what we like the best! Learn more »

Mediterranean Salad from Brew CityMediterranean Salad from Brew City on Shrewsbury Street in Worcester, MA

Looking for more than a burger and wings when catching a game and enjoying your favorite beer? The Mediterranean Salad from Brew City on Shrewsbury Street.

Chimichurri Steak Frites

chimichurri steak frites from Brew City on Shrewsbury Street in Worcester, MA

The Chimichurri Steak Frites was not a meal that I was expecting to get from the Brew City and I was very impressed.

From By Evan Dufault published October 2014 in Shrewsbury Street.

Pasta with Blue Crab from Brew City

Pasta with Blue crab from Brew City on Shrewsbury Street in Worcester, MA

I was content with Brew City’s Pasta with Blue Crab: lumps of blue crab with a lemon butter sauce, spinach, tossed with a bucatini pasta.

From By David published October 2014 in Shrewsbury Street.

The Buffalo Jam burger from Brew City

The Buffalo Jam burger from Brew City on Shrewsbury Street in Worcester, MA

The Buffalo Jam burger from Brew City features fresh ground buffalo, jam and goat cheese on a brioche roll; One of the better burgers I’ve had—anywhere.

From By Dana Lane published October 2014 in Shrewsbury Street.

Brew City Chiopino

Brew City Chiopino from Brew City on Shrewsbury Street in Worcester

The Chiopino from Brew City is not something that you see on many menus. Here, it was fantastic with a spicy tomato and fish broth with rich flavors.

From By Robyn Lane published October 2014 in Shrewsbury Street.

Grilled Guinness Meatloaf

Grilled Guinness Meatloaf from Brew City on Shrewsbury Street in Worcester, MA

Grilled Guinness Meatloaf included two large tender pieces of meatloaf, loaded with mushrooms topped with a caramelized onion and mushroom demi glaze.

From By Joe Giacobbe published October 2014 in Shrewsbury Street.

Roasted Cedar Plank Salmon

Roasted Cedar Plank Salmon from O'Connor's on West Boylston Street in Worcester, MA

Roasted Cedar Plank Salmon from O’Connor’s was marinated in a citrus-herb baste. The cedar plank infused the fish with a lush, smoky, and aromatic flavor.

From By Luke M. Vaillancourt published September 2014 in Outskirts.

Fish and chips

Fish and chips from O'Connor's on West Boylston Street in Worcester, MA

I was desperately grasping for the fleeing fried seafood coattails of summer and the fish and chips from O’Connor’s helped.

From By Alex Cholakis published September 2014 in Outskirts.

Avocado Gouda Burger

Avocado Gouda Burger from O'Connor's on West Boylston Street in Worcester, MA

Avocado Gouda Burger from O’Connor’s was a well enough portioned size, included the fries and the gouda was smoked and creamy.

From By Scott Erb published September 2014 in Outskirts.

O’Connor’s Seafood Mac and Cheese

O'Connor's Seafood Mac and Cheese

O’Connor’s Seafood Mac and Cheese had a sauce that was abundant and each bite had some if its thick cheese.

From By Donna Dufault published September 2014 in Outskirts.

Shepard’s Pie

Shepard's Pie from O'Connor's on West Boylston Street in Worcester, MA

The Shephard’s Pie from O’Connor’s on West Boylston Street in Worcester was quickly devoured—even the leftovers didn’t make it home.

From By Anna Leigh published September 2014 in Outskirts.

Seafood Mac and Cheese

Seafood Mac and Cheese from O'Connor's on West Boylston Street in Worcester, MA

O’Connor’s in Worcester may be a little out of the way, but it’s a definite spot for a European influenced menu—including the seafood mac and cheese.

From By Evan Dufault published September 2014 in Outskirts.

Portuguese Seafood Stew

Portuguese Seafood Stew from O'Connor's on West Boylston Street in Worcester, MA

O’Connors prides itself in not just offering Irish food, but European styles. So, I decided to venture off the beaten trail and try Portuguese Seafood Stew.

From By Drew Wheelock published September 2014 in Outskirts.

Swordfish Steak Picasso

Swordfish Steak Picasso from O'Connor's on West Boylston Street in Worcester, MA

O’Connor’s Swordfish Steak Picasso was pan seared with a “Picatta-Style” sauce of capers, tomato, and fresh herbs, served over linguini.

From By Lynn Beauregard published September 2014 in Outskirts.

Chicken Francaise

Chicken Francais from O'Connor's on West Boylston Street in Worcester, MA

The batter on the Chicken Francaise from O’Connor’s in Worcester was flavorful, light, and not overpowering; with a hint of lemon, egg and parmesan.

From By Dana Lane published September 2014 in Outskirts.

Guinness Pie

Guinness Pie from O'Connor's on West Boylston Street in Worcester, MA

The Guinness Pie from O’Connor’s was described on the menu as enormous and filled with rich and malty stew; when the dish arrived it did not disappoint.

From By Joe Giacobbe published September 2014 in Outskirts.

Irish Shepherd’s Pie

Irish Shepherd’s Pie from O'Connor's Restaurant on West Boylston Street in Worcester, MA

The heaping portion of O’Connor’s Irish Shepherd’s Pie was enough to make multiple meals of, but I was prepared to eat, and made sure to finish every bite!

From By Stephanie Orsi published September 2014 in Outskirts.

Short Ribs Over Fried Polenta

short ribs over fried polenta from O'Connor's on West Boylston Street in Worcester, MA

The bone-in short ribs were tender, flavorful and pulled off the bone very easily. The polenta was fried crispy on the outside and was creamy on the inside.

From By Robyn Lane published September 2014 in Outskirts.

Bo Luc Lat

Bo Luc Lat from Dalat Restaurant on Park Avenue in Worcester, MA

This unassuming Vietnamese restaurant on Park Avenue, Dalat, did a great Bo Luc Lat; I would return again—though I would ask if my selection was spicy!

From By Alex Cholakis published August 2014 in Park Avenue Area.

Spicy Tofu and Vegetables

Spicy Tofu and Vegetables from Dalat Restaurant on Park Avenue in Worcester, MA

The Spicy Tofu and Vegetables might not be on the menu when I go back. But, I am certain that my next experience at Dalat will be just as outstanding.

From By Joe Giacobbe published August 2014 in Park Avenue Area.

Seafood and Mixed Vegetables with Pan Fried Noodles

Seafood and mixed vegetables with pan fried noodles from Dalat on Park Avenue in Worcester, MA

And unlike meals that you may get out at larger chain restaurants, this meal left you feeling satisfied but not overly full or weighted down.

From By Evan Dufault published August 2014 in Park Avenue Area.

Mi Kho from Dalat Restaurant

Mi Kho from Dalat Restaurant on Park Avenue in Worcester, MA

Dalat on Park Avenue always makes the most yummy of foods and you cannot really be disappointed if you have an adventurous side and a willing palette.

From By Donna Dufault published August 2014 in Park Avenue Area.

Pork Chop with Veggies and Ginger

Pork Chop with Veggies and Ginger from Dalat on Park Avenue in Worcester, MA

There’s nothing like a wonderful “chef’s special” to tease my tastebuds. Also, knowing that it is something “special”. It adds a bit of mystery to it.

From By Scott Erb published August 2014 in Park Avenue Area.

Vermicelli with Pork from Dalat Restaurant in Worcester

Vermicelli with Pork from Dalat Restaurant on Park Ave in Worcester, MA

Knowing the Vietnamese culture embraces a strong work ethic—that kind of dedication is exactly why Dalat is a stand out for Vietnamese cuisine in this area.

From By Drew Wheelock published August 2014 in Park Avenue Area.

Bo Xao Bap Non

Bo Xao Bap Non from Dalat on Park Avenue in Worcester, MA

Overall, Dalat is a restaurant that I would have no problem going back to but it would not pop into my mind as a place that is a “must go back to.”

From By David published August 2014 in Park Avenue Area.

Traditional Pho – Chicken Noodle Soup Style

traditional pho - chicken noodle soup style from Dalat Restaurant on Park Avenue in Worcester, MA

Over the past few years, Vietnamese has become one of my favorite ethnic foods and Dalat Restaurant on Park Avenue in Worcester doesn’t disappoint.

From By Anna Leigh published August 2014 in Park Avenue Area.

Sunny Side Egg atop Ground Pork

Sunny Side Egg atop Ground Pork from Dalat on Park Avenue in Worcester, MA

I have never met a person that I have introduced to Vietnamese cuisine that did not fall in love with it. In addition, truth be told, I am addicted!

From By Lynn Beauregard published August 2014 in Park Avenue Area.

Bo Xao Bong Cai Xanh

Bo Xao Bong Cai Xanh from Dalat on Park Avenue in Worcester, MA

Vietnamese food is more than just phở and upon stopping at Dalat Restaurant on Park Avenue in Worcester, MA, I chose from one of the other 104 menu options.

From By Luke M. Vaillancourt published August 2014 in Park Avenue Area.

Chicken Sautée from Dalat in Worcester

Chicken sautéed from Dalat Restaurant on Park Avenue in Worcester, MA

The preparation of the Chicken Sautée from Dalat on Park Avenue in Worcester, MA was perfect; both the chicken and veggies were cooked just right.

From By Dana Lane published August 2014 in Park Avenue Area.

Hu Tieu My Tho

Hu Tieu My Tho from Dalat on Park Avenue in Worcester, MA

The Hu Tieu My Tho from Dalata on Park Avenue in Worcester had clear noodles and well filled with seafood. I added Sriracha sauce to spice things up.

From By Robyn Lane published August 2014 in Park Avenue Area.

Salmon Fellini

Salmon Fellini from Dino's on Lord Street in Worcester, MA

Dino’s may not be the prettiest, shiniest, or most innovative, but it is great nonetheless for its charm and consistent level of quality.

From By Dan Allison published July 2014 in Seven Hills.

Beef Braccioli from Dino’s

Beef Broccoli from Dino's on Lord Street in Worcester, MA

The promised combinations were far more interesting on the menu than on the pallet: the pasta, the meat, and the stuffing were all too similar in texture.

From By BJ Hill published July 2014 in Seven Hills.

Seafood Calabrese from Dino’s

Seafood Calabrese from Dino's on Lord Street in Worcester, MA

The Seafood Calabrese from Dino’s was huge; unfortunately, the flavor was not.

From By Drew Wheelock published July 2014 in Seven Hills.

The Vesuvius Pizza from Dino’s

The Vesuvius Pizza from Dino's on Lord Street in Worcester, MA

The crust on Dino’s Vesuvius Pizza was very thick, and, overall, it was a good pizza for my mature pizza palate.

From By Lynn Beauregard published July 2014 in Seven Hills.

Meat Lasagna from Dino’s

Meat Lasagna from Dino's on Lord Street in Worcester, MA

I can honestly say that the meat lasagna from Dino’s in Worcester is something I would come back for.

From By Robyn Lane published July 2014 in Seven Hills.
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