Leominster (/ˈlɛmənstər/ LEM-ən-stər) is a city in Worcester County, Massachusetts, United States. It is the second-largest city in Worcester County, with a population of 40,759 at the 2010 census. Leominster is located north of Worcester and west of Boston. Both Route 2 and Route 12 pass through Leominster. Interstate 190, Route 13, and Route 117 all have starting/ending points in Leominster. Leominster is bounded by Fitchburg and Lunenburg to the north, Lancaster to the east, Sterling and Princeton to the south, and Westminster to the west.
Things to do in Leominster
4.5 based on 124 reviews
Went there with a friend. Nothing fancy but the food was excellent. Honestly can't pronounce either meal, let alone spell them, but we split our dishes and both of them were great. I fi ished with a Vietnamese iced coffee, best iced coffee I've ever had.
4.5 based on 85 reviews
110 Grill features modern American cuisine in a trendy, casual atmosphere. Here we are passionate about pure flavor, quality ingredients, and the cultivation of an inviting atmosphere that can play perfect host to an intimate dinner, a family celebration, or a cocktail with friends during the game. Our private dining rooms are perfect for bridal showers, company dinners, meetings, functions, and
Maybe we hit it on the wrong night (last Thursday) but poor service started at the door. The hostess sat on the phone with an obviously personal call for several minutes not even acknowledging we were standing in front of her. She finally sat us in an undesirable place when there were plenty of tables elsewhere. Our waitress was nice but slow and the food was OK but nothing special. We’ll try again and see if the experience improves and this was just an outlier.
One very positive note: the buffalo wings were outstanding!!
4 based on 189 reviews
This family operated restaurant offers authentic homemade Italian meals, party/buffet menus and a full liquor license in a casual dining atmosphere. Our exclusive dinner menu includes your main dish, soup, salad, pasta, Italian eggplant or zucchini and dessert.Please visit the warmth of family dining at reasonable prices in a small local restaurant setting. Open 7 days. Kids are welcome. Dinner reservations are accepted.
Older atmosphere, but don't let it fool you. The service and food here is great. Family owned and operated. The PICATTA sauce is to die for. Try Scallops Giovanni, chicken/veal PICATTA. Forewarning that the pasta side come w/red sauce-- so u need to specify if you want PICATTA sauce on the sides
4.5 based on 96 reviews
We always sit at the bar. The bartenders are excellent and very good at what they do! The beef tips were delicious and my husbands fish and chips was a generous amount. We like the ambiance, the cleanliness, the food and the staff. This is...MoreHello maltesemama15! Thank you for taking the time to review 435! We really appreciate the 5 stars and your kind feedback! Hope to see you again soon! Have a wonderful day. Sincerely, Your Friends at 435 Bar & Grille
4.5 based on 51 reviews
Athens on Central st is our go-to pizza place
They have gyro plates with Greek salad and their own homemade Greek dressing
We have been going to Athens since it opened, many many years ago and never go anywhere else!
They are very accommodating and the staff is always very friendly!
4.5 based on 54 reviews
We were visiting our son and wanted a quick breakfast at a locally-owned restaurant. Found this one on the Internet. It was very busy as it was a Sunday morning. We had to wait about 20 min and finally sat at the counter. People were friendly, you could tell clientele was mostly made up of local residents. Food was good, service ok, but not outstanding, maybe because they were so busy. Overall a mediocre experience.
4 based on 170 reviews
Had a quick lunch here with a colleague. The place is nice and welcoming. Was greeted by a friendly hostess and were quickly seated.
I had the club sandwich which was huge and delicious; everything fresh and tasty. It came with chips which were also very tasty. Would love to come back for dinner if back in the area.
4.5 based on 32 reviews
I'm a Thai-food snob. I live in a major metropolitan area, and I get snippy about 'mass-market' Thai vs. 'authentic'. And when a friend suggested trying a Thai/Vietnamese restaurant, I hid my sneer and joined the group.
I'm glad I did. Thai Jasmine is legitimately good. It would do okay in Wheaton, MD or Annandale, VA. The samosas are done to a turn. The pho is hearty. The mango chicken was zippy. And there's not many places that can do a decent mango chicken.
I'll grant that the level of spiciness isn't high. But that's kind of a local thing.
For the region, this is a gem. I'm going there for my birthday dinner, next month.
4.5 based on 37 reviews
It's a fantastic restaurant off of Route 2. Worth the short detour.
We periodically find ourselves driving east on Route 2 around dinnertime, and because of scheduling we're usually somewhere around Fitchburg. We've tried a few things, some awful, some mediocre. This time, we decided to plan ahead, and to our surprise, we saw a pretty well-reviewed Korean restaurant called Arisu. OK, we'll try it.
We arrive on a freezing cold night, Christmas Eve, in fact. My wife, me, and my two kids aged 11 and 9. The place is less than 5 minutes from Exit 12 on Route 2, has a little parking lot, so all good there.
We look at the menu and what do you know? This is NOT the usual Boston-area Korean joint. Those places are all alike: they've got a big list of weird pseudo-sushi maki rolls or they do grill-at-the-table shaved beef; then there's five or six other things on the menu, usually bibim bap, some kind of jigae, and the ubiquitous sweet-spicy octopus. Arisu isn't like this.
Arisu is a full-bore homestyle Korean restaurant. No fake sushi, for one thing. A whole section devoted to hot pots, and another to soup-stews (jigae, for instance). We were amazed and thrilled.
Mom had stone bowl bibim bap, which is what she always has. It was a healthy portion of rice sizzling away, with a huge amount of different toppings.
I had soondobu jigae (soft tofu stew with pork and kimchi). It was gorgeous: the kimchi had been gently rinsed of its funkiness, so that its flavor stood out clean and clear. This is some of the best soondobu jigae I've had outside Asia.
My son went for the Japanese/Korean kids' fave, omelet rice: fried rice with a plain egg omelet on top, drizzled with ketchup. The thing was colossal, easily the size of my upper arm. My son got this dreamy look on his face -- he hasn't eaten real omu-raisu since we left Japan -- and just started plowing along.
My daughter doesn't tolerate spicy very well, and we were about to suggest tonkatsu or something, when my wife spotted duk mandu-guk. This is a Korean classic traditionally eaten especially at the New Year. It's a clear soup with cabbage, wakame, and nori (I don't know the Korean terms for these seaweeds), and most importantly, with clear noodles, pork dumplings (basically potstickers/gyoza cooked in water), and sliced Korean-style mochi rice cakes. My daughter likes everything I just listed, so we ordered it. Her reaction? "This is the most delicious thing I've ever eaten." (Okay, she means it's the most delicious thing she's had in weeks to months.) And, "You HAVE to learn how to make this and make it OFTEN!"
Not only was the food good, but the staff were cheerful and friendly. They clearly liked kids on general principles, and were delighted by the little blonde girl chowing down duk mandu-guk.
Prices were excellent: the omu-raisu was $10.95, the dolsot bibim bap $12.95. No booze, so you don't blow your money there. I gave a very generous tip -- they were nice, we loved the place, and it's Christmas Eve, right? -- and we walked out of there for less than I'd have spent at almost any restaurant in Brookline, Boston, or Newton.
If you are in the Fitchburg area and like real Korean food, you're in for a treat.
4.5 based on 32 reviews
The prices come out high some how, but they don't skimp, the food is great, nice atmosphere! We got bagel sandwiches. They had their fall decorations up.
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