WORCESTER - The Worcester Beer Garden and Pavilion has announced its reopening date.
The outdoor beer and live music venue will reopen on Tuesday, April 13 at 4 PM. The Beer Garden had closed back in October due to COVID-19 regulations.
The Beer Garden features 56 craft beers on tap and will introduce a new menu from Chef Terrell Wilson which includes lobster tacos, a giant appetizer platter, and an Argentinian steak sandwich with a chimichurri aioli.
As restrictions and capacity limits are eased, Worcester Beer Garden will also resume hosting live entertainment. In addition to offering the very best in live music, they have again partnered with John Tobin Presents for stand-up comedy shows.
“We are beyond excited to bring live music, comedy, great beer and great food back to the best patio in Worcester,” said Beer Garden Manager, John King.
The Beer Garden is reopening with reduced capacity and reservations are encouraged. To make a reservation, call 774.530.9000 or visit beergardenma.com.
For tickets and to view the calendar of upcoming events, click here.
The Worcester Beer Garden and Pavilion is part of Worcester’s Grid Hospitality Group.
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