For George’s Bakery, bread is where the heart is

“Lucian Sbat came to Worcester from Aleppo, Syria, 18 years ago. He heard about George’s Bakery shortly after his arrival in Worcester, but could never believe his friends when they’d try to convince him the bread tasted authentic.” And now he stops by the Grafton Hill mainstay three times a week — much like generations of city folks who’ve made George’s Bakery a true survivor.

Cosmopolitan Club endures ever-changing landscape

While not much has stayed the same on Grafton Hill over the last 80 years or so, there’s always been one surefire place you could go to meet a friend — maybe even your future spouse — have a beer and a laugh, and let all those changes wash away for an hour or two.

Hidden Gem: Uncle Jay’s Twisted Fork

Organic cooking and fresh ingredients generously flavored with vast experiences and a dollop of family influence are but a few of the attractions drawing local foodies-in-the-know to Uncle Jay’s Twisted Fork bistro in Cherry Valley — not to mention, making eccentric (and talented … and loud) chef/owner Jay Powell a local favorite.