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Named one of the The 10 Hottest New Restaurants in Boston by Zagat, “From the Five Horses Tavern team comes this handsome, racetrack-themed Southie hangout…” Zagat

“The arrival of Worden Hall, the new 160-plus-seat tavern and deep-dish pizza stronghold opening a stone’s throw away from the Broadway MBTA stop in South Boston, should be welcome news for weary commuters of the Red Line after it opens this week. ” Dig Boston, by Dan McCarthy

“It seems like every new restaurant is firing up a pizza oven lately, but Welsh specifically wanted to fill a void for deep dish–style pizzas around town. ” Zagat

“Perhaps, though, the most important aspect of Worden Hall is its location. Yes, it’s basically sitting on top of public transportation making it more accessible to the masses, but Welsh envisions a local spot where generations of Southie residents, no matter their background or demographic, can enjoy an intricately prepared meal with a perfectly paired beverage.” BostInno, by Nick DeLuca

“McQuinn, executive sous chef Bill Nurse, and Welsh have just perfected a deep-dish pizza recipe that will “hit it out of the park,” along with a double-stacked burger and ample vegetarian options. “You’re not going to get a plate here and not see the value,” Welsh said. “You’ll see large portions; you’ll see very approachable food. ”Eater Boston, by Jacqueline Cain 

“ You can expect lots of brown liquor (100 bottles) and lots of hopped beverages (40 on tap, 58 by the bottle). Other things, too.” UrbanDaddy

“Atmospherically, Worden Hall won’t be a corner pub, a style of eatery Welsh says Southie already has and does well. With wide-open windows along Broadway, vintage glass panes above the bar, wrought-iron chandeliers, and a custom mural of the Saratoga race track by local artist Mark Grundig… it’s nice enough that you can come here on a first date, but it’s not overly done that you’re going to feel bad walking in after a softball game.” Eater Boston