Seymour is a town located in western New Haven County, Connecticut, United States. The population was 16,540 at the 2010 census. Seymour is surrounded by the communities of Ansonia and Derby to the southeast, Beacon Falls to the north, Woodbridge to the east, and Shelton and Oxford to the west.
Things to do in Seymour
4.5 based on 94 reviews
Stumbled in, looking for a bite to eat while antiquing in Seymour Center. Very cute place, sizable 2-store size with many tables. Atmosphere is welcoming and charming with each table having different style vintage seating and, when served, all vintage miss-matched tea cups and China, Awesome. Clean and bright, wait staff friendly. Should call ahead, especially on weekends!
Food was well prepared, simple but interesting choices, not the biggest portions, tea sandwich size. I had the smoked salmon and dill spread with a slice of Pecan Pie for desert. Chose the strawberry/kiwi iced tea for beverage. The salmon was high quality nova lox and was delicious. The pecan pie was awesome! About a slice and a half compared to average size, home made and my favorite creamy style as opposed to the gel style filling. loaded with nuts, unusual crispy pie crust, almost cannoli style. Have to go back, took a slice to go for the wife.
This is a great place for the girls to meet for lunch, baby/wedding showers would be fun. Tracy was personable and attentive and sure to make your visit memorable.
BTW, dozens of unusual tea choices(I'm not a tea person), lunch specials and great desert choices. Tea available by the pound. Don't miss this place when traveling through, it will put a smile on your face.
4.5 based on 217 reviews
Found this location in Trip Advisor. Seemed like a nice menu. Easy to find street parking. Nice restaurant space. Greeted promptly and friendly. Kept getting busier as the night went on. Live entertainment ... singer and keyboard. Good music. Super friendly owner. I had difficulty figuring being something for a Vegan diet. Owner sat with me and helped me put together a plate of rice, beans, maduros, veggies and potatoes that really hit the spot. Guac and chips were good. Drinks were very good. Looking forward to coming back and hoping they add more Vegan options.
4.5 based on 11 reviews
This ice cream shop is on the ground floor of a historic building with old wood beams on the ceiling. The interior is quite spacious. They offer many flavors of delicious ice cream and their "small" is what I'd consider a "large". All the flavors are posted on the wall, but I REALLY REALLY wish they'd label the cases with the names right next to the tubs. You can eat inside or on their deck, although outside you're next to a main road.
4.5 based on 195 reviews
It's a busy place so be prepared to wait. Parking is good and there are tables to sit at.
The ice cream selections are excellent! (The German Chocolate Brownie is to die for!) All of it is made on the premises from their own cows. Bring an appetite as a small waffle come has 3 hearty scoops of ice cream! 5hus is not a place to go after a meal, it's the "snack between meals"..... LOL!
4 based on 15 reviews
The space here is larger and more comfortable than Southbury. Most of the baristas are great; however, for some reason, drinks from this location are inconsistent. When you ask to have a drink remade, you're sometimes the recipient of a hostile stare. There's a drive-through. This location is a short drive from Route 8.
4 based on 5 reviews
Like McDonald's, the coffee is so hot you need to ask that they put some ice cubes in. We took a 2.5 hour drive and it was still warm at the end of the trip (no ice cubes)! We like their sandwiches. The donuts however, leave a LOT to be desired. Unlike bakery donuts, they're a big circle of hard bready material with a little filling. They don't always have the flavors we look for. I believe they're made elsewhere and delivered to the stores which is why they're never as fresh as bakery donuts. Their buttered hard rolls (untoasted) have a funny taste that I don't like, whereas delis always have what I expect a buttered hard roll to be.
4.5 based on 71 reviews
Upscale dine in/take-out pizza family owned and operated since 1970. Keeping it simple and fresh, offering some appetizers, salads, grinders, calzones, specialty pizzas, along with some large party trays. Desserts also available. No delivery
I stopped here for an early dinner. They have plenty of booths for dining in. I ordered a sausage and peppers grinder ($6) and. Bottle of Two Roads IPA ($4). The bottle of beer was brought along with a cold mug. It hit the spot....MoreThanks for this review, we are so glad you enjoyed the grinder, cold beer and service!! Come back soon!!
4.5 based on 74 reviews
When there on a busy Friday evening, had a great waitress, their Chicken Parmigiana is fantastic and huge, enough for two. Also there Gluten Free Pasta was the best we have tasted. Our waitress Kayleigh was so sweet and efficient. There ravioli special and the mussels were also great!
4.5 based on 3 reviews
Have stopped here at least 5 or 6 times when traveling through. It's clean, airy, has a pleasant staff, and plenty of parking (and a decent selection of doughnuts).
4.5 based on 58 reviews
Great Food!!! Fresh Baked bread, Every thing made fresh, sauce, calamari, chicken, veal, Even the produce!!!
I always liked their food. I was delighted to recently learn that not only the bread...but everything is made fresh. No frozen patties! How refreshing!!!
I understand the desserts are amazing as well!
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