If you must escape Miami, there are plenty of options in the Northeast. Take the road less travelled and find your way to Bethel, Connecticut. The dining experiences can be quite eatable and even nourishing. Spare the guilt when visiting the Nutmeg State. You can always hit the gym again tomorrow.
This village may not be the top choice for Euros on holiday. Yet none of that really makes much of a difference to the stoic Connecticutians. The food is good and that is what matters.
The culinary wizards nearby may not get endless plugs on Twitter but in exchange, Nutmeggers can get larger portions at half the price of restaurants in Boston, Brooklyn or Seattle. Whether patrons want savory, smoked meats or something lighter based with kohlrabi, nettles and mushrooms, we have you covered.
We have learned that clients might digest tips from the gourmands on how to really slow roast meats to maximize the umami. Citizens specifically rate the vintage diners, bistros and saloons as the very best in this community. It’s like eating your place in history.
These are the joints every caffeine addict should visit for brunch and then revisit for lunch. Nothing says “Welcome Home” like plowing into a buffet of pastas.
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211 Greenwood Ave
Bethel, CT 06801