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Ritual makes some menu changes

The month of December is flying by, but diners still have time to cash in on some of the special promotions at Ritual, 281 Main St., Worcester.

For starters, if you attend an event at The Hanover Theatre for the Performing Arts, Mechanics Hall, or the DCU Center, all in Worcester, show your ticket stub to receive a free appetizer or dessert at Ritual. The offer is good through Dec. 30.

The restaurant will give diners a choice of a “surprise gift” when they bring in an unwrapped toy in December. The toys will be donated to Why Me & Sherry’s House, a Worcester-based nonprofit organization created to help Central New England families cope with childhood cancer.

Ritual opened in February 2011 with three owners. Russ Watson, an original owner, has operated the business with his wife, Melissa, since February 2012.

Diners beware: Ritual may be habit-forming

The promotional blurb on the home page pretty much sums up what Ritual is all about: “Be ready as your usual dining Ritual has just been upgraded.”

The food is billed as Mediterranean fusion and has a strong Greek influence. Meals range from exotic pizzas to steaks and seafood. But that is where Ritual deviates from the traditional and charts its own course.

By Bill Clapper Telegram & Gazette Reviewer
Thursday, July 7, 2011