Browse by:
Hospitality & Tourism

Wachusett Mountain opens new restaurant, bar

Wachusett Mountain Ski Area has opened a new restaurant and bar named in honor of a longtime general manager.

Mooyah opens third Central Mass. location in Sudbury

The burger chain Mooyah has opened its third location in Central Massachusetts, at Meadow Walk in Sudbury.

Meze to open new Shrewsbury Street restaurant in February

Zachary Comeau |

One of Shrewsbury Street's only vacant restaurant buildings will soon be occupied by its neighbor.

Kenmore Diner owner to open rock-themed bar in former Blackstone Tap spot

Zachary Comeau |

The owner of the Kenmore Diner is planning a rock 'n' roll-themed restaurant and bar at the former location of the Blackstone Tap.

Craft beer restaurant owner buys Riviera strip club

Zachary Comeau |

The owner of a craft beer restaurant franchise has purchased the Riviera Show Club on Southbridge Street, but no changes are planned just yet.

Worcester again increases business property tax burden

The Worcester City Council on Tuesday again opted to decrease the tax bill for homeowners at the expense of commercial and industrial property owners.

Niche drops Mercantile Center talks and looks to Grove Street for Citizen reopening

SARAH CONNELL |

Niche Hospitality intends to eliminate the three concepts housed at One Exchange Place but hopes to reopen the Citizen outside of downtown.

Niche to reopen Citizen Wine Bar within a year

Sarah Connell |

After Worcester restaurant Citizen Wine Bar closes at the end of the year at One Exchange Place, its parent company Niche Hospitality Group will look for a new location, possibly along Grove Street.

Worcester could begin awarding remaining 11 marijuana agreements in December

Zachary Comeau |

Worcester could begin awarding host community agreements to up to 11 proposed cannabis retailers this month.

Massachusetts retailers sell $2.2M of recreational marijuana in first week

Zachary Comeau |

For the first week, the stores reported a combined 56,380 products sold and an average of just under $40. Customers are averaging 3.4 products per transaction.

ADVERTISEMENTS
Copyright 2017 New England Business Media