Reviews on American food in Berlin, Connecticut, United States. Berlin (/ˈbɜːrlɪn/ BUR-lin) is a town in Hartford County, Connecticut, United States. The population was 19,866 at the 2010 census. It was incorporated in 1785. The geographic center of Connecticut is located in the town. Berlin is residential and industrial, and is served by the Amtrak station of the same name. Berlin also has two hamlets: Kensington and East Berlin.
Things to do in Berlin
4 based on 344 reviews
At Joey Garlic's, we are all about the food! Our mission to make all of our guests feel welcomed and to deliver only the best quality food combined with unmatched service. We are strong believers that no one should leave hungry under our roof! We offer ge
We recently went to Joey garlics and had a really good dinner. Itâs not my choice for authentic Italian they do have better than average Italian food. The service was good there were seats available we didnât have to wait in the handicap access was excellent. A young woman was saving two seats at the bar for friends, which really is nonsense. Bartenders didnât want to interject.Thank you so much for visiting! I couldn't be happier to hear you enjoyed your dinner with us! I'm sorry if your experience was anything less than perfect in the bar area. Our bar is self-seating, and I apologize if that put a damper on your visit. I hope we will get another chance to welcome you back for another delicious meal!
3 based on 20 reviews
Ok in a pinch, but not a place I'd recommend to anyone unless everything else is closed. Large menu selection but portions are small. Have had breakfast and dinner. Breakfast is poor. Dinner was so so.
4 based on 128 reviews
the food was great here now not so much and that is sad cause it was great when it frst opened a while ago
4 based on 39 reviews
Sliders Grill & Bar was proudly established in 1993 by Fred Marcantonio with a mission to provide the community of Plainville, CT with its very own hometown sports bar. Two decades later and six locations to date, we have evolved to become a favorite CT d
This place is on a down hill. It used to be packed but not anymore. Portions are decreasing, lack quality while prices are increasing. Their beer prices are ridiculously expensive. Most importantly however the service sucks. I had a problem with my order as the manager was walking by and I literally got yelled at and was told that my order will not be made again. She was extremely rude and made a scene out of the situation. I am not going back to this place ever.
4 based on 34 reviews
A very low key neighborhood tavern. We were disappointed that we couldn't play darts but we were told if we wanted to bring our own darts that we could. We we were told that patrons walk off with the darts.Service was great and the food was fine. Very relaxing and we all enjoyed it very much and plan on returning.
4 based on 149 reviews
Steak & seafood restaurant with buffet room for parties. Bar is open until midnight every night except Sunday until 10pm
We joined another couple for dinner on a Friday night. The place was a somewhat crowded so service was a bit slower than we would have liked, but still OK. Of the four meals, the veal pesto was outstanding. The meat was tender and moist, just like it should be. The pork loin was very good. Chicken was nothing super special. Good, but not enough to order again. So overall, very good. Definitely worth a return visit. A bit out of the was so make sure you look for it.
4 based on 449 reviews
A ROADSIDE DINER SERVING AMERICA'S FAVORITE COMFORT FOOD Since 1999, our family has been serving local fans and travelers alike our own versions of American Diner classics. Our extensive menu, accented with Tex-Mex influences and seasonal specials, reflec
Got off the highway looking for a place to eat breakfast and we really lucked out with the Cromwell Diner! Service was excellent and the prices really inexpensive for very good food!! How about 2 eggs over easy with an English muffin for $4! Our food was fresh and tasty and served quickly as well! Place is right off I-91 almost midway between New Haven and Hartford...worth a stop- and they also have clean rest rooms!!
4 based on 31 reviews
How long has Uncle D been in town and who is his nephew or niece? I don't have a clue, but we have regretfully passed by numerous times without ever stopping to say hello. This oversight was rectified as of this past Friday and I am pleased to report that Uncle D is doing well. On arrival we found a nearly full parking lot and, on entering, greeted warmly and advised that it would be a few minutes before a table would be available. After a 1,2,3, 4, 5 minutes, we were escorted to a comfortable booth and provided menus. The diner is attractive in a retro diner sort of way and many (probably most) of the other clientele were likely regulars.My wife and I shared a turkey club that included French fries with coleslaw and pickle optional, needless to say, but I will say it, we took said option. The ingredients were uniformly fresh though we both agreed there was a wee bit too much iceberg lettuce on the sandwich which was easily remedied. The highlight of the meal proved to be the French fries which were extra crispy on the outside and soft inside. Prices are more than reasonable and service could not have been better with our server refilling my wife's coffee cup and checking back with us periodically. We are looking forward to returning for breakfast and possibly meeting Uncle D.
4 based on 74 reviews
Loved the food and service - both 5 stars. They have very tasty muffins (perfectly toasted) and weekly specials (chunky monkey French toast!). They make their own bread too. Staff are so accommodating and very pleasant. Coffees always refreshed I wish they had better ventilation. I could hardly breathe due to the smoke. I smelled like smoky bacon and eggs when I came out. I would give 5 stars and would return more often if they improve their ventilation
4 based on 139 reviews
Wow. This place isnât fancy on the outside, but has some of the best seafood Iâve ever had. Got the fishermanâs platter. Fish was light and perfectly cooked. So was the shrimp and clams. Good coleslaw and the onion rings are are delicious. Worth making a trip out of the way to come here. Lobster bisque and New England clam chowder were delicious as well.
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