Wolcott (locally /ˈwʊlkət/) is a town in New Haven County, Connecticut, United States. It is primarily residential with a population of 16,680 at the 2010 census. The town was settled in the 1730s by the Connecticut Colony and was known as Farmingbury, but it was renamed Wolcott after being incorporated in 1796.
Things to do in Wolcott
4.5 based on 175 reviews
This restaurant serves authentic Turkish cuisine and the food is very good. We went there to meet a couple of friends and we had a very enjoyable time. The cold appetizer sampler has something for everyone. The only spicy item was a pepper selection. The...MoreThank you very much!!!
5 based on 54 reviews
You know when a place is good when you're not one for sweets, because they are usually loaded with sugar, not this place. Our daughter brought these home for my birthday and WOW, you will savour the flavor and love the freshness.
4.5 based on 94 reviews
Italian, American Fine Dining with Bar and Lounge. Live entertainment on the weekend. Daily Luncheon & Dinner Specials. Specializing in Steak, Seafood and Veal. Originally started in Newtown CT in 1989 and served continuously till 2007 then relocated in Wolcott CT in the same year under the same exact management since exception. Private party room for up to 80 guests for any occasion. A pavilion in the back of the main Restaurant available for up to 200 guests from April to October for outdoor parties. Happy Hours Tuesday to Thursday 3pm to 6pm, Friday 2pm to 5pm Open Tues to Thursday 12pm to 10pm. Friday and Saturday 12pm to 11pm. Sunday 12pm to 9pm. All major credit cards accepted. Totally handicap accessible. Reservations recommended on the weekend.
Like to start off by saying I finally ate at this restaurant because of Groupon. Groupon or not I would eat there again. So the food was 5 STARS the atmosphere and decor was 3 STARS (some of the chairs and furniture were quite worn). So I'm settling at a 4. We went on an off day (during the week) so we got immediate seating. Something I recommend for everyone. The staff was very nice and very FAST. They were attentive and like clock work got all of the condiments and everything out. I ate the Chicken Parmigana. Probably one of the top 3 Chicken Parmigana dishes I've ever eaten (cost was about $16-$17). My wife had a chicken dish as well and was very happy. My daughter had Raviolis. Highly recommend this place and was very surprised to see them looking for additional business on Groupon.
4.5 based on 10 reviews
We arrived at lunch time at this recently (9/19/2015) opened restaurant. A hostess greeted us at the door and walked us to a booth. On being seated we received both food and drink menus with salsa and chips arriving shortly thereafter. We discovered the all day menu differs from the other (original) location further down the Meriden-Waterbury Turnpike with heavy emphasis on full dinners. Street tacos are not listed, but our waitress said they could be prepared with any of three types of meat so my wife and I each ordered two with pork. The meat in the tacos was abundant, but bone dry. In contrast to the tacos from the other location there was less onion and cilantro and no crema offered. Going forward we will be satisfying our craving for street tacos at the original restaurant.
4.5 based on 158 reviews
With so many great options for fresh tasty grinders in town this one certainly runs in the competition. Pick your grinder and don't forget a side of their tortellini salad, marinated mushrooms or antipasto. Lunch is served!
4.5 based on 43 reviews
A nice lunch served politely in a nice surrounding
Pad Thai was good and that was all I had with the included salad
May try it for dinner sometime but probably again for lunch in the area
Very good rating as it is more than average
4.5 based on 42 reviews
What else is there to say? There used to be H&H in NYC & these. Now there is only Ami's left. Best bagels within a 500 mile radius. I asked my wife today what she had eaten since she got up early to take my daughter to her dance competition at the Palace ( I got there much later, after it had started). She said, "I had Ami's." "You drove over there?" "No. They're selling them at the concession stand." "Really?" I felt like Charlie Bucket when he found the golden ticket to the Wonka factory. Family & I have felt this way for years.
4.5 based on 37 reviews
I've been to New Haven pizza many times they are always consistent friendly and the restaurant and restroom are spotless this is what Pizza should be excellent crust fresh and delicious toppings but to be honest my favorite is just mozzarella and sausage can't get any better than that their dinners are just as good
4.5 based on 106 reviews
My client and I came to Frankie's for lunch. I wasn't really too hungry so I just purchased the soup. I was so pleased. It was very flavorful and piping hot, like you would expect on a chilly day, as well as, filling. If ou are looking quick and simple don't forget they have soups too.
4.5 based on 390 reviews
We made sat night reservations on Friday for 6:30 for party of 4. It was 7:15pm and we had to keep asking when our table would be ready. Finally we got seated but in the bar where it was so loud and people all around us. Would think that these tables would be kept for walk ins. We were expecting a much more enjoyable evening. Food was good ( Tuscana salad was excellent) but when you can’t even have a conversation - why bother.
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