111 Wine Dinners
111 Chop House has planned an amazing schedule of extraordinary wine dinners. Each event will feature the wines of a different vineyard with menus perfectly paired by Executive Chef Doug Gavaletz. View 2017 wine dinner calendar.
Night on the Town? Dinner and a Show?
Please join us when you are catching a show or attending an event at any of these great Worcester venues or events:
Worcester Art Museum
Just present your ticket stub to our waitstaff and you will receive your choice of a free appetizer or dessert ($10 or less) when you order any dinner entree.
Monday through Friday from 4:30 to 7 p.m., we’re offering Happy Hour (appetizer or food) menu items for $6 and $8 at 111! Not available for take-out. Available in the bar only. And, we are offering all Deep Eddy vodka drinks for only $8! Whether you are ordering a martini, a cosmo, a lemondrop, an appletini, a watermelontini, or a vodka tonic… just $8 dollars! Offer good seven days a week with no time restrictions. Click here for menu.
The Gift of Terroir: Wine Dinners To Look Forward To For 2017
Mass Foodies – November 2016
Ditch the wrapping paper this holiday season; instead of splurging on a highbrow bottle from the ritziest package store in town, consider offering your loved ones a distinguished dining experience instead. Read more.
“Surf & Turf” Isn’t Just A Catchy Phrase for Chop House This July
Mass Foodies – July 2016
“Surf and Turf” is a dining concept that combines the best of two worlds: food from the land and food from the sea. Although many restaurants often have seafood and meat as options, it almost seems haphazard if there is an item that combines the two; quite often because the price can become prohibitive or the restaurant may specialize in meat but not fish, or vice versa. This is why one should always look forward to when One Eleven Chop House does their surf and turf promotion. Read more.
111 Chop House on The Chef’s Plate
111 Chop House was featured recently on the television program, The Chef’s Plate – A Taste of New England. It was viewed throughout Massachusetts and New Hampshire households on WBINTV (that’s Channel 26 in Worcester County on Charter Cable).