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Worcester continues to impress me with the local java shops, brunch spots, and dive bars...but today...well, I hit the jackpot.
First let's discuss pronunciation of this city...it sounds like "if you aren't familiar don't even try". LOL. But seriously. Don't say I didn't warn you.
Next, let's chat wholesome goodness. An intensely delicious latte (with almond milk and other non dairy choices), warm fresh bread, homemade soup, just yum. So, if the food isn't a good enough reason for you to check this place out...then come for the live music and open air breeze! Located right off Kelley Square it's situated in a perfect location with plenty of parking. Also, when you drop in there's a delightful antique store in the same building...it's a must see too!
Although I am lunching here this afternoon, this charming fusion of a hip coffee house (think Friends) and your favorite dive bar (only super clean) offers breakfast, brunch, and pastries! Win win!!
As I admire the views, it seems they also just started selling wine and local brews too!! Now that you just can't beat!
So when you are near Kelley Square next...stop in and treat yourself to an uplifting experience!
Until next time y'all...Cheers!
Oh my goodness!! This has easily become one of my favorite stops when I'm out and about in the area. What an adorable little cheese/wine shop with SO much more to offer.
Our little town of North Grafton is full of wonderful finds. I actually stumbled upon this shop one day while grabbing pizza from one of our local favs!! (I'll be sharing about them in another blog, so stay tuned). I popped in and was delighted at what a quaint and charming find it is!
In addition to the delicious cheese, wine, and bread choices, I sure am a sucker for there organic kitchen towels too!
The staff is incredible! Sweet and helpful. I've never been much of a cheese person...(haha that's a BIG lie) actually, let me say this...I've never really explored cheeses outside of my comfort cheese mild cheddar, but they make it easy and comfortable to be "new" at it though.
The Goat Gouda (yes this is a glorious thing) and rosemary cheeses are to die for!!! I highly recommend stopping in to check this place out. BONUS...outside of supporting local...the cheese is hand sliced. I never knew what a difference this could really make, but seriously it's HUGE! If you are in the area this place is a must see.
They offer monthly events and tastings (I'll share when I make it to one) so check them out on FB and share the local love!
I would love to hear your experiences or recommendations from here too, so please shout out below if you have any!!
Until next time y'all, Cheers.