Ralph's has more character than you can shake a stick at. Built out of one of worcester's classic diners, it expands into other seemingly endless spaces, including pool tables and a live music venue. I have yet to try the burgers (this is not really a diner, as they only have 3 items on the menu - burgers, veggie burgers, and chili) though I have heard several very positive reviews. I have yet to see music there. But this place is worth going to just to have a drink, people watch, and soak up the atmosphere. The television constantly plays bizarre old movies, the jukebox is diverse and seemingly always good, and the crowd is eclectic and fascinating. One of worcester's top attractions, in my humble opinion. I've heard that people who move from worcester to boston sometimes drive back to worcester just to hang out at Ralphs. It sounds far fetched, but it isn't inconceivable.
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