Discover Restaurants offering the best Bar food in Glastonbury, Connecticut, United States. Glastonbury is a town in Hartford County, Connecticut, United States, formally founded in 1693 with settlers first arriving in 1636. The town was named after Glastonbury in Somerset, England. Glastonbury is located on the banks of the Connecticut River, 7 miles (11 km) southeast of Hartford. The town center is defined by the U.S. Census Bureau as a census-designated place (CDP). The population was 34,427 at the 2010 census.
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4 based on 32 reviews
Welcome to your Glastonbury Ninety Nine Restaurant where we have "A Passion To Serve." Come dine with us and check out our 9 Real Size Entrees for just $9.99 or come enjoy our Thursday Night Trivia at the bar.
Food, service and price are all worthy of your hard earned dollar. From burgers to dinners, I have enjoyed their faire. Nice meeting place for as tasty lunch or dinner. Service is quite good and wait time is minimal during the usual peak dinner times.
3 based on 77 reviews
Often times I visit this restaurant in Hartford, the original location and always a good choice. This one in Glastonbury is nice but pretty dark. It was a busy night and so we waited a bit here and there for our waitress to return with straws. Some of us prefer to use straws and avoid germs, so you have to ask. In our case, we had to wait as we could see the waitress was very busy. I ordered the salmon dinner, it was just alright, lacking flavor was the issue. However, do try the vanilla cheesecake, huge slice and really yummy. But again, you will have to wait for the waitress to return for utensils. For these reasons I had to give it a 3 star,I added a photo to help show the darkness..its beyond the dim mood lighting. Otherwise, a friendly place that is clean.
3 based on 45 reviews
We've been to the Diamond several times over the past few years and always been satisfied. Our latest visit (February 2018) proved equally satisfying. We found, once again, that the Diamond's menu offerings are varied, ample, and excellent in quality and the prices were very reasonable. The beer and wine offerings are also varied and broad enough to suit most tastes. Between us we had the unique Haddock Reuben and the (loaded) Turkey Burger and found each to be truly filling meals of very good quality and somewhat diverse and creative in approach, yet each was priced under $14.00 - a good buy for the ample size of the meals. We marked our calendars to be sure to get back to the Diamond again in the not-too-distant future since we were, once again, very satisfied with food quality and friendly and attentive service.
3 based on 34 reviews
Welcome to The Beamhouse, where time-honored craft meets refined sensibility. At the historic Tannery building in Glastonbury, CT, we have created a modern space that celebrates traditional materials and craftsmanship. We source locally and prioritize sus
This place is interesting for sure, simple decor but yet elegant. We arrived at 5:20 on a Saturday and were able to get a table right away. Within 25 min the place was packed. We had a burger was very good and cooked perfectly, steak was very good as well. My duck salad was ok, I was expecting more meat and wished it was warm. The chocolate cream brÃ»lÃ©e was too heavy for me but a great dessert to share. We would definitely return.
3 based on 138 reviews
Rooftop120 Restaurant and Bar is New England's largest four season rooftop. Located at 120 Hebron Avenue in Eric Town Square, Glastonbury, CT. Come join us inside for a unique dining experience with our specialty cocktails and seasonally inspired menu. Ou
Brittany was fantastic as she was very pleasant, friendly and took good care of the five of us who went for dinner. Outdoor ambience is lively and indoor equally dreary! Tried different cocktails - wonât recommend old fashioned with cherries and raspberry purÃ©e. Hummus was bland and we were served five pieces of onion rings. Summer Bibb salad had very small portion hiding in a bowl of greens so was risotto! This combo was the only option for my wife who is totally vegetarian. Chicken chop and salmon were good for non vegetarians. Basically, worth a visit for outside seating for drinks and appetizers. Tough luck for vegetarians.
3 based on 332 reviews
Our Passion is for making our guests fresh, delicious, and locally sourced dishes and drinks while letting them relax in a beautiful atmosphere. From Farm fresh eggs and grass fed beef to our locally sourced cupcakes and everywhere in between. Maggie McFl
Itâs hard to give an overall rating, since I always get the same thing. But I always get the same thing because itâs *my favorite dish anywhere*. And itâs their âShellfish Pot,â served in a large cast-iron dish. Lots and lots of shellfish, great broth, and the pasta fits perfectly. Truly wonderful. Maybe their other stuff is terrific too, but I wouldnât know!
4 based on 68 reviews
The bin is a fun gastropub with great craft cocktails, mocktails, wines and over 15 beers on tap. You can find anything from burgers and panini to octopus carpaccio. Happy hour Monday-Friday and all day Sunday
Was impressed with this gastropub. A larger menu than I was expecting, very good service. It's very loud, though. Small, with lots of tables packed close together. If noise is a concern, I would suggest either going off-hours or going somewhere else.
4 based on 402 reviews
Modern American cuisine..All fish served wild caught, never frozen.. All beef products grass fed . ( Piedmontese beef line from Nebraska.. All vegetable hand sourced from Exec chef Lucas Kyriakos..
Four us us arrived at about 4:00 for Happy Hour. When we seated outdoors, the waitress brought dinner menus. We asked for and received happy hour menus. The selections were such that to satisfy your appetite, you needed to order two. The calimari was especially delicious as were the sliders. The drinks were good as was the service. Before departing, we took a look inside the old building an met the owner who was an very interesting and informative person. All in all, we will be going there in the future. Old Wethersfield is a beautiful area in Connecticut and worth a visit just to see the homes.
4 based on 110 reviews
My husband loves the ever changing craft beers list and we both like the staff and the food. We eat here usually 1-2 times a week! Only reason that I don't give it 5 stars is because other than the daily special, the menu never changes. A little more variety would be great.
4 based on 271 reviews
Good times, made locally. So we had this idea. That food can bring people together in a bunch of different ways. Neighbors with neighbors. Locals with local ingredients. And bourbon lovers with bourbons worth loving. In 2006, our idea became; b Restaurant
This is a specialty burger restaurant but they can not produce a decent burger. We ordered the nightâs special, a cheese burger with fried pancetta and caramelized onions and the bacon cheeseburger with cheddar and caramelized onions. The former came well done as ordered. The other one was ordered medium which was described as just a little pink but it came as quite rare. The caramelized onions were cold and had no flavor. Both burgers despite their fancy presentation were tasteless. One of us ordered the mixed green salad which had nice fresh greens but absolutely tasteless dressing. The French fries were crisp, and nicely seasoned but were served cold. All told a very disappointing meal. The service was good. There were few customers at 5:30. We will not be back.Hi Discriminating_8,We are disheartened to read that your experience with us was less than satisfactory. From your review we can completely empathize with your disappointment in the meals. In an effort to ensure that no other guests receive tasteless entrees we would like to gather some further information from you. If you could please provide us with your best contact email we would greatly appreciate it. Thank you again for the remarks and we look forward to the opportunity of corresponding with you.
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