Restaurants in Millbury

Up to 43% Off at People's Kitchen and Citizen Wine Bar

People's Kitchen and Citizen Wine Bar

Central Business District

$70 $40


Wine pairs with upscale American eats including sweet-pea soup with pork belly, seared cod with lobster butter, and stuffed sole

Up to 50% Off Pizzas, Burgers, and Sandwiches at Grill on the Hill

Grill on the Hill

Green Hill Park

$30 $15

Classic American cuisine—from flatbread pizzas to lobster-roll sandwiches—served on a patio overlooking a glassy pond

40% Off Italian Lunch at Caffe Espresso Trattoria

Caffe Espresso Trattoria

Beaver Brook

$20 $12

Italian favorites such as steamed mussels in garlic wine sauce, genovese paninis, and grilled shrimp cavatelli with broccoli

Up to 53% Off Italian Cuisine at Viva Bene Ristorante

Viva Bene Ristorante

Viva Bene

$50 $25


Chefs cook Italian and Mediterranean specialties such as seafood fra diavolo, filet mignon in cognac-dijon demi-glace, and gourmet pizzas

Half Off Italian Cuisine at Chiodas Trattoria

Chiodas Trattoria

Franklin Plantation

$30 $15


Authentic Italian dishes such as veal parmigiano and lobster ravioli crafted from generations-old recipes

50% Off at Ixtapa Mexican Grill and Cantina

Ixtapa Mexican Grill and Cantina

Multiple Locations

$20 $10


Pan-seared chicken wallows in mole sauce, and tropical tidbits such as mango and avocado grace fish tacos and other dishes

55% Off All-You-Can-Eat Tacos at Mezcal Cantina

Mezcal Cantina

Mezcal Worcester

$10.99 $5


At the lunchtime taco bar, guests can order as many tacos as they can eat with their choice of ingredients

Select Local Merchants

Although it may have fallen out of Top 40 rotation in the 70 years since it was sung by a burger-shop owner’s barbershop quartet, the song “When the Red, Red Robin (Comes Bob, Bob, Bobbin' Along)” lives on in the legacy of a Seattle-based burger joint. The Red Robin franchise has spread its wings far and wide, now serving locations throughout North America with sustainably grown, environmentally conscious burgers and sides that marry classic American flavors with savory twists such as onion straws or bruschetta. Most of the shop’s fire-grilled burgers, chicken sandwiches, and entrees come with a side of bottomless steak fries, allowing patrons to soak up the juicy Whiskey River barbecue sauce, melted blue cheese, and edible fedoras that top the menu’s varied eats. The staff are happy to help patrons pair their sandwiches with one of the full bar’s microbrews or specialty mixed drinks, keeping glasses filled while athletic superstars battle it out on the eatery's big-screen TVs.

70 Worcester Providence Tpke

Melted butter and housemade cracker stuffing coat the succulent pieces of tail and claw meat inside Bridge Street Bistro's lazy lobster pie. The name cheekily undersells the rich entree, as well as the bistro's culinary team, whose extensive menu showcases a commitment to cooking that's anything but lazy. Dishes range from panko-crusted pork chops to Italian-style entrees such as haddock parmesan and flatbreads topped with pesto-infused mozzarella. Besides hearty lunches and dinners, the bistro's cooks add upscale twists to brunch with options such as pumpkin-stuffed French toast, which, at the stroke of noon, turns into a carriage for your ride home. Gluten-free dishes are available at any of the bistro's mealtimes.

10 Bridge St
North Grafton,

Fresh, colorful fruits and vegetables fill the shelves of Weepin Willies, a local market that stocks produce and meats at two locations. Shoppers can find high quality cuts of beef, chicken, and pork, or opt for Boar’s Head meats and cheeses and prepared soups, salads, and sandwiches from the deli.

64 Auburn St

When festival founder Anne-Marie Aigner first noticed the burgeoning food-truck scenes on the West Coast and the Midwest, her prescient mind foresaw that the tide would make its way to New England. In order to cultivate the nascent movement, she founded her food-truck-festival tour to bring dozens of trucks' eclectic wares to locales outside of Boston. Already scoring mentions in Boston and Worcester Mag in its first year, the festival has featured such four-wheeled kitchens as Redbones BBQ and Roxy's Grilled Cheese. Aigner hopes to sustain the food-truck industry beyond the festival's inaugural year by attracting interest throughout the region and motivating grassroots support for the mobile culinary spots and their future descendants, sandwich-slinging helicopters.

Park Ave. & Highland St.

At the raw bar inside Canal Bar and Grille, chefs shuck fresh oysters for diners to slurp raw or devour on the half shell. Gumbo simmers in the kitchen, and filets of Mississippi River catfish crackle in the fryer. Live bands frequently play on a stage flanked by exposed brick walls while visitors sip their drinks.

65 Water St

Allgos Sweets & Drinks quells watering mouths with a smattering of delectable desserts and elegantly flavored drinks. Sate voracious sweet teeth with the Exotica Bomba, where mango, passion fruit, and raspberry sorbetto rests under a blanket of white chocolate, stitched with a brown chocolate drizzle, great for luring a neighbor into your tree house ($6). Truffles and cakes grace the menu, gently pulling eyes toward the limoncello truffle ($4) and hazlenut cake ($6), causing an involuntary overflow from unsuspecting salivary glands. Complement sugary sensations with an assortment of teas ($2), juices ($1.75), and 100% Columbian coffees ($2 regular or $2.50 iced). Flavor-shot additions ($.50 each) can be added to coffee and soda ($1.50) to remodel the taste décor with hints of blueberry, caramel, chocolate, or victory. To allow compulsive flavor gluttons to hoard sweet somethings late, Allgos keeps its doors open Tuesday–Sunday from 6 p.m. to 2 a.m.

58 Shrewsbury St

Millbury Scene