Want to check out the newest bars in Worcester? You’re in luck: we’ve found the freshest businesses to fill the bill. Here are the newest places to check out the next time you’re in search of a new bar near you.
City Bar & Grille
395 Chandler St.
Despite the down-home name, the food is on the higher end of tavern food. (Executive chef Al Soto previously worked at Troquet on South in Boston, according to telegram.com.) Look for the likes of streak frites, short rib with root vegetables and a roasted beet salad. Craft cocktails are the speciality of the bar.
Revolution Pie and Pint
50 Franklin St.
Located in the Bancroft Hotel, it offers build-your-own pizzas with four kinds of sauce, seven cheese options and countless meats and veggies. Or, go with a house speciality pie, like The Clark (fig sauce, crispy prosciutto, brandy figs, goat cheese) or The Becker (buffalo sauce, mozzarella, roasted chicken, red onion, chives). Choose from a long list of craft brews, from lighter wheats and pilsners, to stouts, IPAs and sour beers.
Beer Garden Worcester
64 Franklin St.
Beer Garden Worcester is a beer bar and traditional American spot, now re-opened after a winter in hibernation.
Its outdoor picnic tables, fireplaces and TVs are back. So are its 36 craft beers on tap, and the elevated pub-style menu of burgers, sausages and snacks. Look for live music and comedy acts, as well.