- 363 Plantation Street
- Worcester, Massachusetts 01605
- Phone (508) 754-5789
- Toll-Free (800) 344-2589
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Ceres Bistro Restaurant
The Ceres Bistro at the Beechwood Hotel is the finest of Worcester Restaurants. Our award-winning team exceeds the highest standards for classic and new American cuisine that tempts both the eye and the palate. As a benefit to guests staying with us at the Beechwood Hotel, we offer you preferred seating in our restaurant.
Ceres Bistro at Your Service
Guests staying at the Beechwood Hotel can enjoy Ceres fine dining right in the comfort of their own rooms with Ceres’ full menu Room Service.
Dining at Ceres Bistro
While reservations are recommended, walk ins are always welcome. Please call 508-754-2000 to make a reservation. Attire is casual or business. Our restaurant is handicap accessible. All major credit cards are accepted. You may also enjoy dining in our outdoor garden patio during restaurant hours.
Contacting the Restaurant
Restaurant: (508) 754-2000
Ceres Bistro at The Beechwood Hotel
363 Plantation St
Worcester, MA 01605
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