Rabi and I are coming up on our first year of living in Worcester. It’s been an interesting transition from living in a ‘real’ city and living in the Woo. But it hasn’t been so bad. Some may be familiar with Worcester being diner city, mainly because a lot of the diners were made by a company in Worcester. This legacy has given us some awesome ‘regular’ breakfast places that we frequent. What is regular breakfast? Well, in Boston, we were living in the South End, which is the brunch mecca of Boston. Brunch is great–probably one of my favorite meals. But sometimes, you don’t want artisan waffles and pasture raised chickens–you want greasy eggs, pancakes the size of your face, and way more food than should be humanly possible to eat. Worcester is definitely the place for that type of breakfast.
July 25th, 2010