Top 5 Restaurants in Worcester, MA

1. Smokestack Urban Barbecue

Smokestack Urban Barbecue
139 Green St
Worcester, MA 01604
(508) 363-1111

This definitely deserves to be on the top spot as the restaurant offers delicious food. The main dishes are truly mouth-watering and tasty. Side dishes are authentically southern-style: cheesy grits, collard greens and cornbread, and you get banana pudding for dessert. On Thirsty Thursday, the restaurant offers cheap beer and freebacon’s!!

2. Lou Roc’s Dinner

Lou Roc’s Dinner
1074 W Boylston St
Worcester, MA 01606
(508) 852-6888

Lou Roc’s is a classic restaurant for diner, and breakfast and of course a cup of hot and strong coffee. You can get their extra-large eggs with ham, bacon, sirloin steak, sausage, even Italian sausage and corned beef hash. The huge, fluffy pancakes in plain, fruit or chocolate chip varieties are a thing to taste if you love to have something sweet for the breakfast. Around Christmas time, they even offer pancakes shaped like a reindeer or Santa. The sausage-stuffed French toast and the bacon-cheddar Belgian waffle are the must haves here.

3. Bean Counter Coffee Bar

Bean Counter Coffee Bar & Bakery
113 Highland St
Worcester, MA 01609
(508) 754-3125

Bean Counter Coffee Bar & Bakery is voted best coffee in town by ‘Worcester Magazine.” This is a little coffee bar that is more like a Euro-chic hideaway. The coffee shop also offers free Wi-Fi and a selection of books and games that make you just want to pull up a chair and settle in for a while. Don’t worry about those small hungers as the Bean Counter’s also a bakery with yummy cupcakes. DO not forget to try whoopie pie, a cookie sandwich with a creamy filling.

4.The Grey Hound Pub

The Grey Hound Pub
139 Water St
Worcester, MA 01604
(508) 754-6100

The Grey Hound Pub has about 75 different types of whisky, from Ireland and Scotland, too. Thoughthe Grey Hound is quite Irish, their menu pays homage to their Celtic cousins with Scottish fried meat pies called bridies. They also offer a lip-smacking Scotch egg—a hard-boiled egg, wrapped in sausage meat, battered and deep-fried.

5.The Flying Rhino’s One Wild Watering Hole

Flying Rhino Cafe
278 Shrewsbury St
Worcester, MA 01604
(508) 757-1450

The Flying Rhino bar and restaurant is a famous local hangout which gets a lots of visits especial in summertime when the outdoor deck is open. The bar has a selection of import brewsas well as top-shelf liquors and specialty cocktails. Don’t forget to taste the Safari Sangria, a tangy concoction of raspberry, red wine, peach and lemon rum and fresh fruit. They’re also famous for their eclectic selection of “wild bites” appetizers including yummy Buffalo chicken wontons and fried feta cheese. If you feel very hungry then you may have the sizable sandwiches that make for a satisfying meal.





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