Colchester is a town in New London County, Connecticut, United States. The population was 16,068 at the 2010 census. In 2010 Colchester became the first town in Connecticut, and the 36th in the country, to be certified with the National Wildlife Federation as a Community Wildlife Habitat.
Things to do in Colchester
4.5 based on 4 reviews
Not the best in the area. Drive up window is tight, service is slow. For a place with indoor dinning they have NO bathrooms. Staff just ok, maybe it was the day of my visit. Pete
4.5 based on 47 reviews
What can you say about this bakery amazing always busy, there stuffed breads are so filling and delicious, I also love there cakes, but there brownies are literally to die for...so good. There Family is so nice and there kids are so special and kind.
4.5 based on 75 reviews
Had a wonderful dinner with friends on Saturday night. Wait was only 20-25 minutes for a table so we had a drink at the bar from the expansive tap menu. Food was excellent! Corned beef and cabbage was delicious, but the Monte Cristo sandwich was unbelievable! Service was spot on. We will definitely be returning...soon!!!
3.5 based on 3 reviews
Went for breakfast after black Friday shopping spree. It was really good and filling. Definately, added to my good list
4.5 based on 98 reviews
Food SO GOOD, It's Addictive. Please Eat Responsibly.
This place is great! I recently ordered four large pizzas for pick up. It was around closing time but the people at Plum Tomato were happy to take my order and the pizzas were ready on time and delicious. I love the decor and will go back to dine in soon! Nice, friendly place with excellent service and very good pizza!
4.5 based on 33 reviews
The non dessert food here is right on par with Harry's. It is good, not sure it's good enough for the calories involved.
The custard though.....oh the custard. It is hand's down my favorite dessert of all time. I have had a lot of varieties of them here but the cookie dough blast is hands down my favorite. If I had a last meal, this would be my dessert. Actually a bucket of it might be my entire meal. My wife and I come here about twice a week to spread out waistline hits, but it is so worth it. One thing of note, get the blasts to go even if you are staying. You get more custard that way as they aren't trying to shrink it down to fit a cap on it.
4.5 based on 44 reviews
It's Turkey, filling, cranberry sauce, lettuce and mayo all "wrapped" up in a wrap and it was delicious! Tim's Bistro is a little hard to find located right next to a laundromat and you need to order at the counter but definitely stop here for something to eat. The food and price are well worth your time and I would eat here again if I was in the area.
4.5 based on 2 reviews
We first tried this company's product at a food sampling event, and were impressed with the taste, texture, and consistency. It's raw cookie dough that is edible...and it is delicious! There were two such companies at the event, and DoughLuv had the far superior product. So we went to visit their shop in Colchester. When we arrived, the clerk was already in progress taking an order from another couple. We waited...5 minutes, 10 minutes. Then another Customer came in behind us. As the place is very small, it was starting to feel pretty crowded. So after another 5 minutes or so watching the guy trying to make the second part of the couple's order, we left. We didn't get to try some other flavors or some of their variety of creations like dough with ice cream or dough sundaes or dough shakes because it was too long to wait, but I can tell you from the first time we sampled it that their cookie dough is wonderful - worth trying if you have the time!
4 based on 137 reviews
We visited Cafe Mangia with another couple for an early dinner on Saturday. Made a reservation through Facebook earlier in the day. The atmosphere was elegant but relaxed and the young crew were inviting and attentive filling water, answering question and generally friendly. Alex was our waiter and she was fun, knowledgeable and point on. The owner and chef Jason visited the table after the meal to meet & greet...nice touch. I had spaghetti bolognese topped with a 8oz meatball and it was delicious and a great value. Others enjoyed shrimp scampi, penne ala vodka, and a special off menu request for chicken parm. Dessert, coffee and cappuccino topped it off. The cannoli dessert is served with 2 cannoli which Alex beautifully plated separately for us. I highly recommend Cafe Mangia for your next visit to quaint Colchester, CT.
4 based on 102 reviews
This roadside hamburger stand has long been famous for their outstanding burgers. It is a landmark, a tradition. The service is quick and cheerful. The food is fabulous. We travel to Colchester from Florida to eat here at least three times a season.
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