The Pulse Magazine stopped by and had some nice things to say about Lock 50. Read the review for yourself here
Lock 50 Restaurant and Café announced today it has launched a new Chef’s Tasting Experience, to be included on the menu everyday. The Chef’s Tasting Experience is the first true Chefs Tasting menu to be offered in Worcester.
Read the story at MassFoodies here
The Lock 50 Wine Program was featured extensively in Worcester Living’s September issue. Stacy Woods, a certified wine educator and instructor at Boston University’s Elizabeth Bishop Wine Resource Center interviewed Tommy Studer for the interview. Thank you for featuring us in this great piece about wine evolution in the city!
The massive, one-day Farmers Market known as FarmStock 2016 was held under sun-drenched skies at Lilac Farm in Holden, MA on July 24, 2016 and Lock 50 was there sampling a Louisiana Cajun Style Panzanella salad. Chef Tim Russo prepared this rustic dish using 100% locally-sourced ingredients [Read more…]
MassFoodies, the group of hungry wanders based in Central Massachusetts, visited Lock 50 recently. The group was treated to a fantastic evening of food, drink and friendship. Chef Tim Russo was on hand to answer questions from this inquisitive group, Tom Studer made food and wine recommendations and both Sean and Ed Russo greeted their guests and welcomed them to their restaurant. Read about their experience here
June 12, 2016 – Worcester, MA. – Lock 50 Restaurant and Café won Eat Boston’s Beast in Show at the 2016 Boston Bacon and Beer Festival held at Fenway Park.
“Being part of this event is special because there are so many creative and excellent chefs. We created an awesome entry and I am really proud of our entire team,” said Executive Chef Tim Russo. [Read more…]
Lock 50 Awarded 2016 Silver Hammer Award from Worcester Regional Chamber of Commerce
May 20, 2016 – Worcester, MA. – Lock 50, a newly launched restaurant and café in Worcester’s Canal District is proud to announce it was awarded a 2016 Silver Hammer Award from the Worcester Chamber of Commerce. The award is given annually to construction or rehabilitation projects that have extraordinary visual and aesthetic impact on the physical landscape or projects that have brought new life to the region’s historic assets. [Read more…]