Stratford is a town in Fairfield County, Connecticut, United States. It is situated on Long Island Sound along Connecticut's "Gold Coast" at the mouth of the Housatonic River. Stratford is in the Bridgeport-Stamford-Norwalk Metropolitan Statistical Area. It was founded by Puritans in 1639.
Things to do in Stratford
4.5 based on 253 reviews
Here at Ralph n Rich's Restaurant we exceed all guest expectations by offering the freshest ingredients available served by a knowledgeable server staff that looks to go that extra step to provide the guest with that unexpected dinning experience.
R&R may be Bridgeport’s best kept secret. I have lived in Fairfield County for over 30 years and had never heard of this place. Just stumbled in. What a wonderful surprise: tasty food and pleasant service. A real find.
Today was a pleasant lunch. R&R is well worth a return visit – and we’ll be back soon for an extended dinner visit.
The stuffy Westport crowd may not travel East for restaurants very often, but this is an option they should not miss. Try it; you’ll love it.
5 based on 107 reviews
We haven't been here in a while so, we stopped in for dessert after dinner. I'm happy to report that the ice cream is still terrific. They have many choices so be prepared to do a bit of exploring of their offerings before making a choice. Some of the flavors border on bizarre ( beer flavor) others are interesting ( strawberry rhubarb). They have samples if you aren't sure of what you want. Give it a try. You won't be disappointed.
4.5 based on 319 reviews
Mediterranean restaurant with a heavy influence of Spanish and Italian cuisine, Bin 100 provides for culturally ambient, warm, and relaxing experience. Our personal and attentive service will not disappoint and will have you feeling a sense of hospitality unique to our restaurant. Enjoy a valuable 4 course meal at an affordable price.
We all ordered from the prix fixe menu and were not disappointed. The Oysters Rockefeller were favorites, as well as the egg rolls, next the crispy salad. The veal and pasta dish were delicious. Enough for lunch the next day. As if that wasn’t enough, creme brûlée, apple crisp with Bucks ice cream, and tres leche. Oh my! I’ve been to this restaurant a few times before since I live nearby and have always had great service and excellent meals. Nice ambiance and terrific cosmos. One New Year’s eve we celebrated here and it was lovely being five minutes from home.
4.5 based on 25 reviews
I was searching for Ice cream shops around the area since I was visiting family and this store come up on my search and it was close by...It's on a cute strip of mom and pops shops...the store is small with a few vintage décor...No greeting as we came in the store which was empty...there were two girls working the counter...My family starting asking for samples which they provided.....Then...I'm not sure if it was because we were a group of 5 or what but the girls specially the one with long hair was just simply rude and kept giving us attitude when we asked questions or changed our toppins. It doesn't matter if i want many toppins or more scoops after you have put toppins on the scoop....We were fully aware that by doing so we had to pay extra....money was not an issued here....It turned our happy joyful ice cream stop sour....
5 based on 149 reviews
Italian Style Deli/Hot Foods for Lunch.
This place is a brilliant Italian style deli; the sandwiches are tremendous and the guys who work there are nice. Make sure you get a little oil and vinegar on your sandwich; it really makes a difference. In addition, the canoli there are real fresh and very tasty.
4.5 based on 199 reviews
I went for lunch recently and started with the misto salad, followed by the fusilli with meat ball, and then sole oreganata. All dishes were prepared very well, the best being the fusilli with meatball. The sole oreganata also had a very good flavor. Prices are very reasonable along with fair wine prices. Service was outstanding and very professional.
4 based on 184 reviews
We were a group of friends last nite celebrating New Year's Eve at Riverview Bistro...the food was amazing (MIchael is the best chef!!) so much of it too!! Dancing to fabulous music from Michael Jackson to Frank Sinatra, midnight champagne toast, hats, horns, everything for a perfect night to bring in 2018..We watched the ball drop in Times Square on televisions all around the huge room...
.Bill was our server who took great care of us...Chris the manager made sure we were brought directly to our table on the dance floor; Alexander made the best chocolate martinis ever!! And David the owner was super in making sure the entire room (must have been 300 people!!) was well taken care of...Riverview is right on the water, perfect for winter, summer parties, weddings, Sweet 16, whatever occasion you have, this is the place! Thanks to David and his staff for making 2018 arrive in perfect fashion!! HAPPY NEW YEAR!!!
4.5 based on 94 reviews
Great food in a great location, just a hop across the street from the Stratford train station. Plenty of free parking, so don't worry about finding a spot. This place has the feel of a great neighborhood bar/restaurant, which is exactly what it is. Nice bar and a nice (but kid of noisy) dining area with windows overlooking the train station. You want a great burger....well, you came to the right place, because they have a vast selection. Try the Onion Soup Burger....absolutely amazing. My friend had a large salad topped with salmon which also looked good. And lots of other menu choices, so I will have to keep coming back. Great service too. Check it out, you will not be disappointed.
4.5 based on 107 reviews
we've never been here at Off the Hook before but are coming back to try more of their menu items. Lobster Rolls were on our minds when we walked in to this Ferry Road "bar and grill", but it's more than that. It's just spacious enough for comfort and not extremely loud and obnoxious like larger, college pub type places. And I noticed a slightly older crowd, closer to our age, yet it wasn't "senior citizens day" at HOJO's either. But very comfortable for atmosphere. It is clean and has a cute bar. I like the few booths and a few high top tables and chairs too. The menu is varied, but it's a shore environment so there is always fresh local fish on the menu. Tonight's special board offers "twin Lobster rolls" for $20 with slaw and fries. My wife opted for the lobster roll on the menu for $22. What was the difference, we wondered?
The twins, were 2 soft hot dog rolls with tender warm lobster meat and drawn butter on the side. The slaw was really tasty, but served in a condiment cup, only about 2 tablespoons of it. The fries were AWESOME and unlike anything I've ever had. They were crispy and cut somehow to make them crunchy too! Go figure. I have pictures to tempt you to go check this place out for yourselves.
The bar is well stocked, but it was a beer occasion, so the Shock Top is my favorite if on tap. I liked a nice head on my beer too. BUT, please don't drop an orange slice in my beer. WHO does that ? In Mexico, they use a lime slice in the Corona to keep flies away. So the orange slice killed the head on my beer. I paid for another Shock Top and really savored it, after eating wife's fries.
So, the difference in their lobster rolls was the menu lobster roll is also served with slaw and fries, but comes on a delightful, baked on premises, focacchio bread. The amount of meat was nearly identical. So either Lobster roll hits the spot in my opinion.
We like this place a lot and will be back tonight because the pizza looks really special. I'll let you know about that soon.
4.5 based on 127 reviews
super lobster rolls, 1/4lb each decent pricing, hot or cold, with butter or a cold salad, they have a large one for a little more but not necessary. oddly enough, great hotdogs.
only outdoor seating and you might have to wait a bit, especially if there's a line
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