Founded by Peter and Joan Lemnotis, Confetti is loved for their delectable Italian seafood which has blended flavors from the other Mediterranean regions. From Mondays through Thursdays guests can enjoy an unlimited Italian fare from their buffet counter which begins from 3p onwards. The buffet menu includes pasta, seafood and poultry stations that offer the main course; complete your dinner with sinful cheesecake, chocolate mud cake or a carrot cake. The restaurant offers an elegant but cozy modern ambiance to dine in.
20 Greenwoods Road West Infinity Music Hall & Bistro Norfolk, CT 06058 +1 860 542 5531
A part of the Infinity Music Hall & Bistro, located within the Norfolk Historic District, Infinity Bostro is a great place to grab a quick refreshing meal before a concert. The menu which changes seasonally, features American favorites like sandwiches, salads, steaks, jambalaya and more. The executive chef Dan Fortin loves giving these classic dishes, his own special touch. Those who would like a light bite can order smaller portions. Complement your food with a beer, cocktail or martini from their well stocked bar.
2935 Main Street Glastonbury, CT 06033 +1 860 657 4527
The Pond House Grille offers a typical American fare with inspiration from recipes around the globe blended in. Try out the house specials of Indian Rice that is offered with curry and filled with the goodness of dry fruits, Chicken Cesar Wrap and Pond House Burger. On Sundays, visit this place for a delectable brunch fare. In close proximity to the Somerset Square Shopping Center, you can drop in at the restaurant and take a break from your shopping spree.
Bricco Trattoria is the third restaurant opened by the famous restaurateur Billy Grant. Billy and his brothers Tone and Michael, manage the acclaimed Restaurant Bricco as well as Grant Restaurant. Bricco Trattoria offers fresh Italian food that tastes like it has come straight out of your grandmother's kitchen. The restaurant is covered in hues of brown; wood paneling and brick work contribute to the decor, that gives it a feel of an Italian farm house.
Following the success of Peppercorns Grill, the Cialfis brothers, Sal and Dino, opened Piccolo Arancio in 1994 to bring delectable Italian flavors to Farmington. The brother learned to prepare traditional Italian cuisine under the expert guidance of their uncle in Rome. gorge on the steaks, risotto, pastas and salads cooked with a Roman flair. End your meal with a gelato or canolli. On weekdays they begin serving dinner from 3p onwards.
110 Albany Turnpike Suite 500, The Shoppes at Farmington Valley Canton, CT 06019 +1 860 693 3364
After the success of Ginza in Bloomfield and Feng in Hartford, the Chen brothers: Aaron, John and William opened Feng Asian Bistro in Canton in 2009. The menu features a vast variety of seafood preparations that are special to Japan. Sushi lovers can devour on fresh made concoctions at the sushi bar. Guests can also try out the sashimi made from eel, crab, urchin and shrimp. A hibachi meal will give you the opportunity to watch your skilled chef in action. Located within The Shoppes at Farmington Valley, Feng is a great place to drop in for a relaxing break.
110 Albany Turnpike Suite 700, Shoppes at Farmington Valley Canton, CT 06109 +1 860 693 4927
Located within the Shoppes at Farmington Valley, Dish n' Dat is a great place to drop in for breakfast, lunch or dinner. The menu boasts of local favorites like burgers, salads, wings, fries, tacos, sandwiches, wraps and more. They offer a vast range of burgers; popular favorites of the regulars are The Big Daddy Fatty Burger and Junkyard Dog Burger, both are generously filled with meat and cheese. Those visiting this place for breakfast can give their pancakes and omelet a shot.
Located on Farmington Avenue, amidst a row of restaurants, Treva marvels its guests with its delectable fares. The cuisine served at Treva Restaurant & Bar is mainly influenced by recipes from the central and northern regions of Italy. Gorge on the tantalizing fresh pastas, scallops, pork and chicken dishes made cooked with sauces and herbs. Give your meal a sweet finish with a tiramisu or a cheesecake. Begin your Sundays with a delectable brunch of eggs, bacon, steaks, panini and Prosciutto from Treva.
111 Memorial Road Blue Back Square West Hartford, CT 06107 +1 860 232 5000
Nestled among various eateries and shopping outlets in the Blue Back Square of West Hartford, Rizzuto's Wood-Fired Kitchen & Bar offers tantalizing Italian cuisine. With satellites in Stamford, Bethel and Westport, this outlet was established in 2008. Rizzuto's at West Hartford is a humongous space comprising of a pasta pantry, bar, and a private wine room. Guests can watch their chefs in action at the gleaming silver kitchen that occupies one side of the restaurant. Those who want to relish their meal in the cool breeze can dine at the patio. On Sundays, lunch is served till 4p, and from 4p onwards dinner will be served.
44 South Main Street West Hartford, CT 06107 +1 860 676 9463/+1 860 233 1116
With numerous outlets across the country, Fleming's Prime Steakhouse & Wine Bar is one of the leading steakhouses in the United States. Located on South Main Street, amidst numerous eateries, Fleming's Prime Steakhouse & Wine Bar - West Hartford is an ideal place to gorge on delectable steak while visiting the city. The steaks are made of prime beef, which brings out the rich flavor of the meat. The restaurant is open daily for dinner, so why not end your night with a fabulous meal!
Venite a mangiare! Mozzicato DePasquale Bakery over on Franklin Avenue
serves fine Italian pastries, like, cannoli, sfogliatelle, baba and pasticiotti. One step inside and it truly feels like you are in a Neapolitan bakery. During the summer months, stop ...
Located on Route 66 in Middlefield, New Guida's Restaurant is
a local favorite for breakfast, lunch and dinner. The steady stream of customers throughout the day tells you everything is delicious, from the fluffy morning pancakes to the double ...
The Ivoryton Playhouse in Ivoryton (so named for the town's
past as a major producer of pianos and the need for ivory to make the keys) is a jewel of a local, regional theater. This small venue booms during ...