Worcester Art Museum
During Worcester's golden age, its captains of industry bestowed largesse upon the town. The Worcester Art Museum, off Main St, remains...
Blackstone River Greenway
When it's finished, the Blackstone River Bikeway will offer a mostly off-road bike trail from Union Station in Worcester to Providence,...
Depending on the night, this gay lounge runs the gamut from casual neighborhood bar to bass-thumping dance club.
George's Coney Island
A giant neon fist grips a wiener dripping yellow neon mustard in the six-story sign outside this 1918 Worcester institution. Inside, eat...
133 Lamartine St · interesting places nearby
Corner Lunch information
Here you'll find a sweet prefab built by DeRaffelle in the 1950s. The exterior contains plenty of silvery metal panels and a big neon sign. Inside, there are fries, club sandwiches, meatloaf and eggs. While the food is bland, the seating is not – it's a patchwork of duct tape and glittery gold Naugahyde.