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When did brunch become such a thing? In recent years it seems that many Connecticut restaurants that never gave it a thought before have begun putting Bloody Marys, omelets and much, much more onto their menus. So let’s raise a toast to the weekend and enjoy!
Featuring: Alta Strata | Firebox Restaurant | Fresh Salt at Saybrook Point Inn | Heirloom at the Study | Mill on the River | Pond House Cafe | Schoolhouse at Cannondale | Sugar & Olives | Terrain Garden Cafe | White Horse Country Pub
Connecticut has a long-standing reputation for fine dining, as well as a strong farming heritage. Many of the restaurants here have depended upon locally grown foods and products for generations — long before there was a “farm-to-table movement.” Today, we’re proud of the many chefs and culinary professionals who build their innovative menus around sustainable, local ingredients, and we’re honored to have so many of the farmers, fishermen and other producers continue to bring the freshest, finest product to our tables.
Featuring: Arethusa al tavolo | Bailey's Backyard | Cafémantic | Cavey's Restaurant | Dinners at the Farm | Firebox Restaurant | Heirloom at the Study | Millwright's Restaurant | Miya's Sushi | Oyster Club | River Tavern | Sugar & Olives | Tavern on Main | The North House | Town of Greenwich | Town of Newington | Town of Trumbull | Town of Wilton | Winvian Farm | ZINC Restaurant