Deadhorse Hill

WHAT
Restaurant: New American
REGION
Worcester
Address
281 Main St.
Worcester MA 01608
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Hours

Dinner
Tuesday-Thursday
5pm-10pm

Friday & Saturday
5pm-11pm

Sunday Supper
4pm-9pm

Sunday Brunch
10am-2pm

Cafe
Monday-Friday
8am-3pm

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Deadhorse Hill

About Deadhorse Hill


deadhorse hill is a restaurant and cafe on Worcester's Main Street. It takes its name from a steep incline on Stafford Street where early settlers' horses would collapse trying to scale the hill. Later, in the early 1900s, automobiles tested their might in a one mile race to the summit. The restaurant and cafe are located in what used to be the first floor of the 'Bay State House' hotel, which served as the headquarters for the Worcester Automobile Club, who held the Dead Horse Hill Climb from 1905-1911. The hotel itself was a prominent location for social, political, and business meetings, likely in part due to their world class restaurant. The space has transformed to its former glory. 

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