Westborough is a town in Worcester County, Massachusetts, United States. The population was 18,272 at the 2010 Census, in nearly 6,900 households. Incorporated in 1717, the town is governed under the New England open town meeting system, headed by a five-member elected Board of Selectmen whose duties include licensing, appointing various administrative positions, and calling a town meeting of citizens annually or whenever the need arises.
Things to do in Westborough
4.5 based on 308 reviews
Specializing in Classic Italian with a modern influence, creative daily Chef specials, from pizzas to fresh pastas, Arturo's has something for everyone. From celebrations to business meetings, to corporate and private catering, we are your go to local dining destination. Private dining available.
We have been to Arturo's a few times over the last year and went back last week for a quick bite coming away with the same impression: solid traditional italian food in a pleasant environment. We shared a Caesar salad and a spicy sausage and peppers pizza with italian beer and red wine, and all were good. I have had better pizza doe with more flavor in the crust, but the toppings were tasty. The atmosphere in the large restaurant is pleasant, but with the tall ceilings and the bright ceiling lights it not a cozy atmosphere. Service was good, and the restaurant seems well managed. Easy parking. Altogether a very good value at less than $50 for our whole midweek dinner, considering how many restaurants out there think they can justify $30 main course prices. We did not try the pasta dishes, but will do so another time.
4.5 based on 109 reviews
This place is terrific! We had the coffee ice cream & chocolate soft serve.....wonderful! Will definitely return there again when visiting this area. They even have gluten free cones & ice cream options! If you love ice cream, soft serve or any other items on their menu, this is the place to go!
4 based on 201 reviews
Ted's Montana Grill serves time-honored American favorites in an atmosphere inspired by the hospitality, food and spirit of the Old West. Our mission is to give guests a fresh, authentic and original experience with every visit. Ted's Montana Grill's made-from-scratch menu is known for our premium hand-cut steaks and gourmet burgers. The menu also offers a variety of time-honored favorites such as crab cakes, cedar plank salmon, daily soups, seasonal vegetables, and house-made desserts. Open for Lunch and Dinner daily.
We have been coming to this restaurant for a number of years. Unfortunately, it is a poorly managed enterprise that is inconsistent in its preparation and delivery of food.
On our last visit, the hamburgers and bison burgers were excellent, but the french fries and onion rings were a 2/10. The french fries were not crisp, lacked flavor, and were not served hot. The onion rings were marginal - there was something wrong with the batter this visit. Our server was excellent, however as noted in my past reviews over at least 7-10 visits, this establishment has been either average or below average at best. We have family that like to come here, but Ted's would not be my personal choice for a satisfying dining experience. Caveat Emptor.
4 based on 209 reviews
What does creative casual cuisine mean? Exactly what it says. We’re creative, because we reject the same-old-same-old in favor of tastes that are interesting and unique. We’re casual because while our food may be worth getting dressed up for, we invite you to come as you are. We’re all about cuisine in the sense that our chefs apply high standards of culinary art. There it is. Creative. Casual. Cuisine. If it sounds like your kind of place, then you – like us- are not your average Joe.
Not as enjoyable as my first meal here, but still good. Tried the mustard chicken again... good, but will try something else on my next stop here. Prefer the regular margarita over the "special" one. Service was fine.
4.5 based on 67 reviews
Visited on a weekday night, and we were one of 6-8 occupied tables. Server was very nice, made us feel welcome. Menu has a good selection of sushi and other Asian foods. I opted for the spicy tuna roll, and found it fresh and very tasty. They have a limited but decent wine selection, and some beers. The restaurant is quiet, nothing fancy and the staff were all very friendly. Prices seemed to be lower than other places in town. It's a good place for some sushi away from the crowd.
4 based on 94 reviews
Love the food here. It is always packed. My daughter loves the stone pot bim bim bap. The seafood noodle soup is humungous and so good. Best thing you could have during a winter day. We have been there so many times now because the food is awesome, starting from the Korean kimchi dishes they serve first.
4 based on 189 reviews
We combine traditional recipes with creative, contemporary ideas. Our seasonal menu features your favorite dishes made from fresh ingredients.
Has a large (18 or so) business dinner. The staff handled it well. Appetizers were selected to share for the table, all were very good. I had the haddock which was excellent, it came with risotto which was also creamy & very tasty. The pasta...MoreI am delighted you enjoyed your dinner at Tavolino with your colleagues, Deanna. I shared your comments about the food with our kitchen staff -- much appreciated! We look forward to your return! Many thanks, Elliott Soomre, Chef
4 based on 78 reviews
We were very impressed with everything here... really good. Wasn't that busy on a winter Monday night. Friendly and accommodating waitress. Drinks were excellent. The apps... brussel sprouts, wings, and hummus, all great... and half priced tonight! We had seared tuna and a burger next. Awesome, including the sides. Loved it here!
4 based on 133 reviews
My family has been going to JP's for years, and the food is always wonderful! The staff are all friendly, quick to get in orders, and keep up with all customers. The lobster roll is definitely what they're known for, but the other items are delicious as well, and portions are big! This is a very busy restaurant, so expect to wait to be seated around dinner time, as early as 5. Customers will wait, though! This leads me to my one complaint; They no longer provide take-out, and while I know this is likely due to the volume of business they do in the restaurant itself, it was disappointing when this ended. While not a fancy establishment, JP's is great for families, friends, couples, etc.
4.5 based on 181 reviews
Welcome to Harry's Restaurant, family owned and operated for two generations. A roadside diner serving some of the best fried clams in Metrowest. Harry's, known as a route 9 hangout, has been around since 1946. The decor is vinyl galore, but you can expect some of the freshest home cooking anywhere around. Stop by and enjoy our menu full of classic American home style dishes. Sure, we get a bit fancy here and there, but only to make the food taste extra special. After all, down home doesn't mean down scale. Harry's " one of the few places serving dinner past midnight " bills itself as "the place for fried clams," and the claim's legit. The clams (both with bellies and the sacrilegious strips) are tender.
Visited diner/restaurant on a cold, mid-week, January evening, with a craving seafood. Ordered the fried seafood dinner and was not disappointed. The fish, clams and scollops were prepared as expected and were outstanding. The coleslaw was just average. The staff was professional, friendly and attentive. This was a good buy for the money. Be advised, this is a CASH only diner.
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