Connecticut

Rosy Tomorrows Historic Eatery

Keeping the Danbury Fair Alive & Well As a Fairfield County native, Rosy Tomorrow’s has been a Danbury institution for over 30 years. Loaded with antiques, many relics from the great historic Danbury Fair, Rosy Tomorrow’s is a restaurant and gathering place like no other. If you were fortunate to have visited the Danbury Fair in its heyday, visiting the […]

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Pub 25 American Grille

We got there by accident?  Easter Sunday…   We decided to venture out to see what we came across, starting in Newtown and traveling south in search of a distinctive pub.   Without high expectations (it was Easter Sunday after all) we wandered down the road and found most places closed.  Those that were open, mostly dinner restaurants, were not our typical […]

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Red Lulu Cocina & Tequila Bar

Red Lulu Cocina & Tequila Bar

A Little Goth in SoNo Walking through the shrouded entrance of SoNo’s Red Lulu, you enter a world full of old fashioned goth with a sexy hint of vampire.  Red velvet walls and black leather booths are donned with candle chandeliers and tall mirror tables, while a vintage projector plays black and white horror films on an adjacent wall.

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Crown and Hammer Restaurant and Pub

Preview  I stopped in today for a quick, but late lunch at the Crown and Hammer Pub, a recently re-opened pub restaurant tucked in scenic Collinsville, CT.  It’s an old railroad station; not big, but a nice cozy eatery/imbibery which offered a great lunch menu. It was a quiet afternoon, but I could easily see the atmosphere in the small bar […]

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Crave

Crave

A Manhattan-Style Bistro One place I love to go, either for lunch or dinner is Crave in Ansonia. The name meets its food, drinks and New York style atmosphere.    The décor reminds you of a lower Manhattan bistro.  Intimate,  nice low mood lighting and friendly.  Now I know some of you out there might say New York style in Ansonia? […]

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Mezón

A Bit of Barcelona in Danbury! Meeting my friend Holly out for dinner one night, she gave me the options of either pizza or Tapas. To me this was a no-brainer – I love the variety offered at a Tapas restaurant – and she had been dying to try Mezón for some time. The décor is a welcome balance of […]

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The Olive Bar

A Gem in the Heart of Unionville We’re big on the “go to” places when we just don’t want to cook or we’ve been riding mountain bikes all morning and nothing sounds better than a drink and a bite to eat.  The “O” Bar is one of those places. We find ourselves time and again falling back on this Unionville […]

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J. Timothy’s Taverne

J. Timothy's Taverne

Wings, Wings and More Wings! Today we were greeted by Nikki and Hallie who were already seated in a booth nearby the bar.    Hallie recommended the “Little Black Dress” martini which Tammy decided to try.  Knowing they don’t carry Labatt Blue, I settled into my usual alternate beer, a Corona.  I like the lighter ales and pilsners as the craft […]

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The Hook

An Old Fire Hose Company Rocks the Town Barely open five weeks; The Hook is located in the former Fabric Fire Hose Co. factory in Sandy Hook, CT.  (Pretty neat, huh?) The mouthwatering aromas of Italian cuisine greet you at the door and will immediately tantalize your appetite. 

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1249 Wine Bar

1249 Wine Bar

(Surprise!  It’s a Martini Bar, too!) Update! 4-6-12 I couldn’t wait to get back to 1249 again; we just had to find a couple hours of down time to allow us a visit.      Arriving at 5pm last Friday, just as the Sky Bar opened I found Mr. Martini himself, behind the bar.  After the niceties of catching up since the last visit, we […]

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