Posts Tagged Beer

Where Are You, Labatt?

Where Are You, Labatt?

Canada’s King of Beers   We’re always looking for a new discovery.  And with the many places we find and enjoy, I really wish that Connecticut restaurants would expand the beer offerings to include a few from our northern neighbor, and I’m not talking about Massachusetts.  As I order the latest and greatest martinis, Dave ever so hopefully asks for his favorite […]

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Porky’s Cafe

Porky's Cafe

To Pizza or Not to Pizza? That is the Question. Funny story. The other evening, gutwrenching hunger from a day of shopping weekend sales, had Steph (or as I call her, “Phannie”) and I in the mood for something we hadn’t had for a while, PIZZA.  It’s not everyday that two twenty-something, slender women walk into your neighborhood bar for […]

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The Twisted Vine & Birmingham Cellars

The Twisted Vine & Birmingham Cellars

Rockin Blues in Derby, who woulda thunk? We decided to prowl the streets of Derby on Saturday evening looking for an interesting place for a cocktail and some nibbles. Surprisingly, the downtown restaurant area was packed but we eventually found a parking spot several blocks away. That trek gave us the chance to explore a bit. The warm Indian Summer […]

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Joey C’s Roadhouse

Joey C's Roadhouse

A Taste of the Old West Last Friday evening, our transport delivered us on our latest hunting trip to Joey C’s in Milford.  Recently opened, we had read about it in the local newspaper and decided to check it out.  We were met with a comfortable rustic, cowboy themed décor with unique features such as hanging Patron bottle lamps and […]

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Pies & Pints of Middlebury

Pies & Pints of Middlebury

Really Good Italian in our Backyard This was a special day; the launch date of MartiniHunter.com! Not having eaten all day, I was exhausted, excited and famished!  Having only had their take-out pizza previously, Pies & Pints was now under new ownership and with  a taste for some Italian, Dave and I decided we’d check them out and celebrate all […]

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Enzo’s BBQ & Alehouse

You’ll cry for the sauce By Racey 113 After my trip to Enzo’s last night I’m now a fan of great BBQ.   As I walked in, I’m surprised to find a place with such a great layout in a strip mall setting; next door to Chipotle and Panda Express.  So I sit down at the bar with my wife, with […]

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SNIRT Road Trip

SNIRT – A Tug Hill Adventure This past weekend we decided to go with a little different spin.  For those not in the know, SNIRT = Snow + Dirt.   It’s put on annually by the Sno Pals Snowmobile Club located in Barnes Corners, NY a small town south and east of Watertown.  This all day poker run is an ATV / […]

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Burger Bar & Bistro

Burger Bar & Bistro

Sliders and Sidekicks with Trivia to boot! Did you know the first American hamburger was served in New Haven, Connecticut, according to the Library of Congress? I didn’t, not until I accidently stepped into the world of trivia down in SoNo. I’d heard of it before but had never been to Burger Bar & Bistro in South Norwalk (SoNo), Connecticut, […]

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Milo & Olive

Relax and Let Them Feed You Last Saturday my hubby and I ventured into Milo and Olive in Santa Monica at about 4:30 in the afternoon. I had just finished work, we were in the ‘hood and a previous visit had left me wanting more. I had been there before with a girlfriend and loved the food, the ambiance and […]

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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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