Latest News & Happenings @ Sonoma Restaurant
WORCESTER _ On Thursday, November 8, the region’s exclusive DiRōNA awarded fine dining restaurant, Sonoma, was voted Best Romantic Dining in The Landmark’s Readers’ Choice Awards, representing the very best Central Massachusetts has to offer. The award follows Sonoma’s one year anniversary under its new ownership at the Beechwood Hotel located at 363 Plantation Street.
On November 2nd, Executive Chef Bill Brady hosted the first exclusive chef’s dinner in Sonoma’s new home at The Beechwood Hotel. The guest list included members of the local media who took to the distinct space right away, slurping down oysters and sipping on champagne like old friends.
As you may have heard, Sonoma is in the process of moving from Princeton to the Beechwood Hotel at 363 Plantation Street in Worcester. Our last day at our Princeton location was July 29, 2017.
Sonoma Restaurant in Princeton will move to Worcester this fall in the current CERES space at the Beechwood Hotel. The hotel announced Friday that Sonoma owner Bill Brady will move his farm-to-table restaurant to the Beechwood in September.
Sonoma executive chef/owner William (Bill) Brady will relocate his award-winning restaurant from Princeton to Worcester.
Brady said he would close the restaurant at the end of July, opening in the fall at the Beechwood Hotel in Worcester in space now occupied by Ceres Bistro.
Executive chef Dan O’Sullivan is known to bring exciting new flavors and superbly executed dishes to the table at Sonoma, an award-winning restaurant in Princeton.
Every city has its staple Italian restaurant, Middle Eastern, steakhouse, casual, family-style, and fine dining spot. In Worcester, it is fitting that the only four diamond hotel is also home to one of the most elegant dining experiences without the snobbery: Ceres Bistro.
As someone who lives, works and frequently dines in Worcester, occasionally it’s necessary to bust out beyond town limits and experience what’s happening “out there.” And what’s happening out at Sonoma is very worth the trip.
Every year, trained inspectors visit restaurants throughout North America, Mexico and Canada searching incognito for restaurants that measure up to DiRoNA standards.