Thomaston is a town in Litchfield County, Connecticut, United States. The population was 7,887 at the 2010 census. The urban center of the town is the Thomaston census-designated place, with a population of 1,910 at the 2010 census.
Things to do in Thomaston
4.5 based on 13 reviews
If you are looking for a great cup of coffee especially the flavored this is where to find it. The bagels are the best around along with the breakfast sandwich. There is a nice selection of pastries to chose from. There is limited seating and some outdoor tables. The staff is quick and couteous. The owner is often the person who waits on you or greets you. He is very supportive of Thomaston especially the sports teams.
4.5 based on 52 reviews
The late lunch we had was delicious! I had a Wisconsin burger. It was yummy! My daughter had a salad and baked Mac and cheese-She said it was very rich with flavor! My husband was thrilled with the meatloaf. He said the brown gravy and mash potatoes were skillfully made! We had a very nice meal! The place was clean and very friendly!! We will return!!
4 based on 21 reviews
The cupcake assortment is always pleasing and tempting. Today's purchases were Almond Joy, Butter Crunch, and another similar choice. 4 cupcakes for $11.70. Great quality, counter person could have paid a bit more attention or showed some reaction to having a customer in the store, but overall, still worth the trip.
4 based on 11 reviews
Stop here frequently on my way to drop my daughter off for rehearsals and the local theater. It's Dunkin, so fairly consistent. They have messed up my order on more than one occasion and the service is slow in the evening. Granted its not their busy time, so I guess cooked food can take a little longer. It is a central location and easy on/off to the highway. Their sitting area looks nice if you want to stay and relax with your coffee. Not the best DD, but certainly not the worst. And it's very clean.
4.5 based on 37 reviews
Excellent food, great service and a nice little atmosphere. Bring your own bottle of wine or beer, and have a fun night out without breaking the bank open. I have the luxury of living across the street from this place, but people come from all over the state for it.
4.5 based on 36 reviews
Hometown located in Thomaston is an average Italian food restaurant with good comfort food and reasonable prices. Pizza-by-the-slice, whole pizzas, some dinner selections are also available. The food is not consistent and food quality various by who is cooking and when you get your order. Friday evenings are busy and pizza could be haphazard.
Wine and beers are limited but available.
In short, this restaurant offers average food. With many other venues of this type in town, Hometown has to up its game to really stand out.
4 based on 71 reviews
I expected much less, and was very surprised at the food quality. Everything was good to very good. Drinks were reasonable. This place is a combination of corner bar and casual dining place. I think it’s atmosphere and clientele make the dining experience feel much less than what you get. We will be back!
4 based on 41 reviews
Celebrated my adult son's birthday here. Clean, attractive, friendly restaurant. Staff very nice. Food was very good. My husband is a light eater, but polished off a huge plate of fish and chips. I enjoyed angel hair with lobster, scallops, crab and shrimp. Only 20 dollars. Very good. And the salad wowed me. So fresh and crunchy...quite large and delicious. A basket of bread was impossible to resist. It all comes with your meal. They put a candle in a large size strawberry shortcake, that was shared by our small party, and presented it lit, with the whole staff singing Happy Birthday. The other patrons, nearby, joined in the singing. Really nice people, in a comfy restaurant, with good, quite generous portioned food. Stop in. You'll be glad you did
4.5 based on 36 reviews
Tried this place again and was hoping to have a better experience than a while back. Our pizza was oily and could not be eaten in the hand. The crust on the bottom seemed cooked but the above portion was soft and gooey. We had to add garlic powder ourselves to improve the flat taste. Disappointed with this soggy mess.
Sorry for the negative review but wish the owners would have addressed our concerns.
4 based on 79 reviews
The Black Rock Tavern has been one of those places I have driven by a zillion times but never tried. Recently stopped by as they were one of the few places around open Sunday afternoon and our friend had been before. Nice menu with a couple of surprises like duck quesadilla. Things were a bit slow out of the kitchen but we were there at a weird time. Other then that, presentation was great, everything tasted good and prices were very reasonable. Good beer selection as well. Tall girl Kate was great!
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