Manchester is a town in Hartford County, Connecticut, United States. As of the 2010 census, the town had a total population of 58,241. The urban center of the town is the Manchester census-designated place, with a population of 30,577 at the 2010 census. The town is named after Manchester, in England.
Things to do in Manchester
4.5 based on 168 reviews
Indigo Indian Bistro is serving up five-star food at a reasonable price. We are the prime choice for those with special dietary needs, and our menu features #dairyfree, #glutenfree and #vegan options. We are known for serving great food and service, impress your guests at your next gathering by calling us for catering.
I read some good reviews of this restaurant and wanted to stop in to try it out. The buffet on Saturday afternoon was delicious with several choices. I would recommend this restaurant as it is one of the best Indian food spots in the greater Hartford area.
4.5 based on 267 reviews
Located in The Promenade Shops at Evergreen Walk along South Windsor’s Route 194 (at exit 62 off of I-84), Burtons Grill is just a stone’s throw from the Buckland Hills Mall. A perfect lunch or dinner spot for shoppers and locals, also great for power lunching or socializing after work, celebrating something special or enjoying fine wine with appetizers in our beautiful bar and lounge area. A seasonal outdoor patio is the ideal escape from the office, late afternoon cocktails or a relaxing dinner with friends. Reservations and walk-ins are welcome and take-out is always available.
Went with another couple whose wife has allergies to shellfish. I ordered the shrimp and lobster pasta, the 2 gentlemen had the crab-stuffed fish, and the wife had a fish fillet dish. The restaurant went out of their way to ensure the allergy wasn’t a problem. We all enjoyed our food; mine had so much lobster and shrimp!
The service was wonderful as well. We’ll definitely be back soon.
4.5 based on 646 reviews
New York Style Deli Sandwiches, Hand cut Lox, Breakfast Served all day, Bakery with fresh baked Bagels, Rye Bread
The biggest problem about Rein's is what to order. Should it be the brisket and gravy over potato pancakes? The soup with kreplach? Corn beef on rye with cole slaw and spicy mustard? I'm getting hungry typing this! The menu is expansive and the wait staff is helpful and fun. Expect a wait during peak meal hours, but the line does go fast. Just wish it was closer to where I live. On second thought, maybe not. :-)
4.5 based on 421 reviews
When arriving you are greeted by the rushing waterfall cascading over an enclosed walkway to the restaurant entrance. This is indeed a converted mill now housing a romantic restaurant and bar with a good selection of food and very attentive service. Highly recommended for that special night out. Reservations can be made online.
4 based on 356 reviews
Fresh delicious hamburger in scrumptious flavor combinations. Recently wen to Bobby Flay's Burger Palace at Mohegan Sun and I love Bobby, but Corey's burgers blow Bobby's away! Sweet potato fries are also amazing. Also have veggie options and great beer and apps. Yummmmm. So worth it!
4 based on 318 reviews
We hate rest stops and fast food. When we leave Maine in the afternoon for NYC, we stop at the Vernon Diner as it is off 84 and provides the wide menu that is quintessential diner. Great service from the waitresses. Their soups are outstanding. This is a great place to take a break.
4.5 based on 160 reviews
A real funky decor and atmosphere. I've never seen so many types of omelets listed on one menu AND you can design your own. If an omelet is not your thing there are plenty of other breakfast and lunch items. Our foursome all had omelets and no one was disappointed. Coffee wasn't bad either.
4 based on 214 reviews
Ted's Montana Grill serves time-honored American favorites in an atmosphere inspired by the hospitality, food and spirit of the Old West. Our mission is to give guests a fresh, authentic and original experience with every visit. Ted's Montana Grill's made-from-scratch menu is known for our premium hand-cut steaks and gourmet burgers. The menu also offers a variety of time-honored favorites such as crab cakes, cedar plank salmon, daily soups, seasonal vegetables, and house-made desserts. Open for Lunch and Dinner daily.
I think some people equate non-chain restaurants with good things. Truth is Ted's underperforms most any chain restaurant for burgers, fries, and a milkshake. Look, nothing was bad, but nothing stood out. I suppose you can get a bison burger or something exotic, but just head to Plan B, or even Red Robin if you want a sit-down restaurant burger. It'll tatste better and likely cost less.
Although, I've been twice, both during typical meal times, and it seemed half empty,
4.5 based on 47 reviews
What we liked about this restaurant is the selection of very unique dishes that do not appear on the average Chinese restaurant. Their seasonal vegetable selection was very interesting and we chose the loofa squash and it was delicious. The heart cabbage with Chinese mushrooms was superb, as was the chicken and cashew dish, and the asparagus lettuce. The shrimp in garlic sauce was just spicy enough and the shrimp themselves were perfectly prepared. The staff is friendly and helpful when negotiating a very large menu with unfamiliar dishes. Very exotic selections: sea cucumber, kidney, pork cheeks, beef tendon and pork intestines. Good food, authentically prepared in a very pleasant laid back environment. We will return.
4 based on 279 reviews
Place is easy to find, go in, take a seat and someone will bring you menus and take your order. I had small meatball with garlic and hubby had medium 1/2 Quattro formagio and half multi meats. Yes, the pizza is a bit "soggy" right in the center, but that is how this style cooks. We LOVED everything! It's too bad they are over 4 hours away.
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