Saturday Diners: The Broadway Worcester Ma

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Saturday Diners: The Broadway Worcester Ma

I haven’t done a new Sat­ur­day Diner in a while. Today we do the Broad­way in Worces­ter Mass.

It sits the canal sec­tion of the city.

The Broad­way is open for Break­fast lunch and din­ner and holds about 80.

I was there before my show with Joe Man­gia­cotti of Out with Joe

You can find his din­ing out show Sunday’s at noon on WROL Boston.

Note that along with some inter­est­ing spe­cials (prime ribs and eggs for exam­ple) includ­ing break­fast cock­tail selec­tions available.

Although I know Joe likes Eggs Bene­dict he decided to go with the Banjo ham and eggs spe­cial from the board:

I had the eggs over easy and sausage

What stood out to me was the toast, the bread was thick and tasty. Joe, a fre­quent guest at the Broad­way, informed me it came from a local bak­ery. They as an all day estab­lish­ment do accept plas­tic, the Broad­way does. It’s also worth not­ing that Joe pointed out a col­lec­tion of restau­rants and water­ing holes open­ing in the area which seems to be an up and com­ing one for Worcester.

One final thing the Broad­way is located at Kaplan square named for Sgt Harold Kaplan who died in Eng­land dur­ing World War 2.

We tend to walk by these memo­ri­als too quickly. After you enjoy your break­fast or lunch at the Broad­way make sure you take a moment to look at the memo­r­ial stone and remem­ber Sgt. Kaplan and the folks like him who never came home.

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I haven’t done a new Saturday Diner in a while. Today we do the Broadway in Worcester Mass.

It sits the canal section of the city.

The Broadway is open for Breakfast lunch and dinner and holds about 80.

I was there before my show with Joe Mangiacotti of Out with Joe

You can find his dining out show Sunday’s at noon on WROL Boston.

Note that along with some interesting specials (prime ribs and eggs for example) including breakfast cocktail selections available.

Although I know Joe likes Eggs Benedict he decided to go with the Banjo ham and eggs special from the board:

I had the eggs over easy and sausage

What stood out to me was the toast, the bread was thick and tasty. Joe, a frequent guest at the Broadway, informed me it came from a local bakery. They as an all day establishment do accept plastic, the Broadway does. It’s also worth noting that Joe pointed out a collection of restaurants and watering holes opening in the area which seems to be an up and coming one for Worcester.

One final thing the Broadway is located at Kaplan square named for Sgt Harold Kaplan who died in England during World War 2.

We tend to walk by these memorials too quickly. After you enjoy your breakfast or lunch at the Broadway make sure you take a moment to look at the memorial stone and remember Sgt. Kaplan and the folks like him who never came home.

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The DaTechGuy Fundraiser is in progress, I’d really like to hit that primary goal of $3000 before the end of July. Can you help?

For details click here for the progress check the thermometer to the right and to kick in hit DaTipJar”.