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Bull Mansion Grandly Opens Soon in Historic Worcester Space

There will be a restaurant and plenty of event space

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A historic mansion in Worcester will soon be home to a new American restaurant. Bull Mansion will grandly open in September, unveiling a menu of bistro-style dishes at 55 Pearl St., MassLive reported.

The mansion most recently served as a restaurant and event space and underwent renovations for this new concept. Bull Mansion will seat 85 people in the dining area and an additional 45 on a patio. There will also be private function rooms for special events, as well as live entertainment. Some events have already been booked, including Worcester’s Gratitude Festival on September 9-10. The three-story building has 14,600 square feet of space and will be available for weddings.

Gary Ankin, formerly of B.T.’s Smokehouse in Sturbridge, will serve as Bull Mansion’s executive chef, and the menu will reportedly center around sustainable local ingredients, with a lineup of cocktails.

Bull Mansion is gearing up for a grand opening on September 1 and will share further details on its Facebook page.

Worcester's historic Bull Mansion to reopen as new American bistro in September [MassLive]
A bold vision for Bull Mansion: New restaurateurs envision farm-fresh food, craft beers - and lettuce on the roof [Telegram & Gazette]

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