Brew City

104 Shrewsbury Street
Worcester, Massachusetts

Brew Pub




I came here on 9/9/2002 with a friend, looking for something reasonably fast in the area. Shrewsbury Street is known for its very high end restaurants, but it also has its share of hole in the wall "joints"; Brew City straddles the fence between the two, catering to a large bar scene and a family eating dinner crowd.

For dinner we ordered the fried mushroom appetizer, onion rings, and two steak and cheese subs. All of the dishes came out very tasty and were served piping hot. The fries that came with the subs were especially good; they kept their heat for a long time.

When you eat at a place called Brew City, you have to try the beer. I had a Harpoon Oktoberfest 20 oz that was quite tasty. They have a variety of microbrews; the beer menu is extensive and has some good looking brews on it. But I was very disappointed that there was no Guinness on draught!

Our dessert was a fat slice of cheesecake and a slice of chocolate chip cookie cake. Both were sufficiently decadent and satisfying.

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