Discover Restaurants offering the best Pub food in Northborough, Massachusetts, United States. Northborough is a town in Worcester County, Massachusetts, United States. The official spelling of the town's name is "Northborough", but the alternative spelling "Northboro" is also used. The population was 14,155 at the 2010 census.
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3 based on 13 reviews
Outdoor seating is very basic with bar right at your fingertips. Food is very good. You can get a large variety of dishes. The men's bathroom smelled like sewage. When I told the bartender, she didn't seem to care one bit. The restaurant could do without her. Overall a good spot for a bite and a beer.
3 based on 140 reviews
Stopped here on a Thursday night for a quick dinner. Found sandwiches, burgers, appetizers, and a variety of entrees on the menu. Expect lost of food at an OK price. I wasnât drinking that night but did see some interesting beer throughout the restaurant.
4 based on 47 reviews
Italian Inspired, American Made Evviva Trattoria features modern Italian food served in a comfortable and casual atmosphere. Our chefs have taken beloved Italian and American classics and added their culinary flair. We are extremely passionate about utili
I like the fact that healthy options are readily available. My favorite is avocado toast (shareable) - delicious mashed avocado with honey glazed burrata cheese and balsamic glaze on grilled ciabatta bread. Pesto Chicken Salad Caprese is also awesome. And you can build your own pizza. Loved the service, the atmosphere, and the spacious modern interior. Been at this very nice place three times and have not been disappointed so far.
3 based on 46 reviews
Went on a Friday night with Friends and ordered up lots. French Onion Soup was amazing! 1-Power Salad, 1-Field Greens Salad, 1-Flatbread with spinach, feta, and eggplant, 1-Crusted Chicken Parm and 1-Chicago Thin Crust windy city Pizza- yummo!!Carol was our waitress and she did a great job. Food is consistently good and staff is moving quick. The GM ususally comes by to say hello and make sure we are happy.
3 based on 58 reviews
Wings, ribs, mac and cheese, fried chicken, salads... there's a varied menu here and it's all very well done. Look for the special theme nights... Taco Tues, Wings on Wed (trivia too). Nice atmosphere, good service, easy parking.Tonight, tacos, salmon entree, Mediterranean salad... all excellent. Nice beers.
4 based on 95 reviews
We were excited to try Civic for its focus on being farm to table. We were surprised to learn that it is the clubhouse restaurant at a local golf course. This didn't dissuade us, but we aren't accustomed to eating out on the links.The atmosphere is clean if a bit spartan. Located in an old house, the walls have been rearranged to create large openings, but the tables in the dining room are split up and you can tell that there were multiple first floor rooms in this old home. The walls are decorated with antique photos from Westborough, which create a local interest. The floors are hardwoord and there are austere blinds on the windows. Thus, the dining room is a bit noisy as the sound ricochets off the hard surfaces. Needless to say, we could hear each other fine but we want to note it for those who may be sensitive to this.The cocktail program was intriguing. They covered their bases on all spirits, but bourbon and gin drinkers had multiple options. The wine list was adequate but a bit limited on options by the glass. They have multiple craft beers offered.The menu is diverse and they highlight their sources, which include multiple local farms for both meat as well as vegetables. We love this about them.The smoked gouda mac and cheese was a nice twist on the original. The arancini had a nice, fall spiciness to them. The scallops were perfectly seasoned and cooked. The spaetzel underneath was adorned with fresh winter vegetables and felt very light and healthy, even though it is winter. There was a buttery vinaigrette on it, however, the flavor was so delicate it was not noticeable. The tacos were tasty and the meatballs were well made. We ordered a side of truffle mashed potatoes and were a little disappointed -- the potatoes were fine, however the truffle flavor was so light and mild, it was barely detectable. The desserts were delicious; we ordered a blondie with ice cream and a blood orange cheesecake. The blondie was brought in from a local bakery, another local detail we feel compelled to mention in a positive way. We will return to Civic, as we enjoyed ourselves, the food, and the atmosphere. There are multiple menu items intriguing us, however the teens didn't enjoy it as much. They felt limited with the menu and we will probably return as a couple to enjoy the bar area or outdoor seating on our second visit.
3 based on 52 reviews
Like stepping back in time to the Seventies, the Steakloft is a friendly place with a very traditional "American" menu. The service was good, the food was tasty, and the prices were reasonable. However, there was nothing really to pull one back. Nothing really stood out, except for the friendliness of the server. The food was very good, but not truly memorable. Oddly, the Cobb salad did not come with bacon. The stuffed shrimp was exactly as stuffed shrimp was as I remembered it being back in Seventies. Decor is stuck back in the Seventies. An old fashioned bar seems quite out of place in Northborough. Oh, and the bathrooms were acceptable.
4 based on 151 reviews
This is a local's place. Expect to find a crowd who all know each other. The service is fast and efficient. Drinks will come fast. Popcorn is served while waiting for your meal. Just be sure to visit an ATM machine before going as this a CASH ONLY place.
4 based on 168 reviews
Just a happy Wednesday, we were visiting consignment shops and dropped in for a quick lunch. Both of us ordered burgers, which can be dangerous, as HE likes his medium, and I like mine well well done with no bun. Both plates arrived with food perfectly cooked, the fries were AWESOME, hot and crispy!
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