A few months ago, Acoustic Java opened their Roastery and Tasting Room at 6 Brussels Street in Worcester. I finally got a chance to visit when I met with my friend, Dee Wells from Future Focus Media, for coffee there this morning. Same great coffee and vibe. The café is a lot larger than the place on Main Street. The Roastery is beautiful and worth a look. If you haven’t been yet, go.
You may have noticed that WooBerry closed for a while around the holidays so they could do some work on the place.
Well, they’re reopened now and the new look is beautiful. Brendan Melican and Iris Lyons, put a lot of thought into everything and have made a great place to sit down, relax and have a nice conversation. There’s new color on the walls, new lighting and new artwork. I also noticed the great playlist put together by Brendan.
Also, ice cream! There’s still frozen yogurt but… ice cream. Made in-house and it’s delicious.
I’ve been “sampling” the new ice cream and can personally recommend PB & Jelly, Love Bites, and Maple Walnut.
Last weekend, Brendan installed their first local artist gallery featuring the work of John Trobaugh. I love the way John uses color.
Heather Rigney painted a new mural on the back wall last weekend.
Heather Rigney’s books, Walking the Merrow and Hunting the Merrow, were on sale while Heather painted the new artwork.
The completed mural by Heather.