Cos Cob is a neighborhood and census-designated place in the town of Greenwich, Connecticut. It is located at 41.033 north, 73.6 west, on the Connecticut shoreline in southern Fairfield County. It had a population of 6,770 at the 2010 census.
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4.5 based on 217 reviews
The colors and flavors of the Mediterranean come to life at Mediterraneo, located on the exclusive Greenwich Avenue in the heart of Greenwich, Connecticut. Bathed in the soothing tones of sand and sea, the restaurant features an inviting outdoor terrace and a contemporary dining room where soft, undulating lines mirror ocean waves. This elegant nautical theme is carried over to the menu, which highlights fresh, succulent seafood as well as elevated Italian favorites
We all went for a family dinner for a Christmas lunch the day after.
I had the lentil soup and chicken Milanese which was very good.
Kathy had a Caesar salad and the ravioli with mushrooms. It was outstanding.
Andrew had the Bronzino which he said was great.
Brian and Chris had the chicken Milanese as well.
4.5 based on 129 reviews
This fantastic establishment in downtown Port Chester offers a wide array of freshly baked items ( breads, muffins, scones, croissants, pies, cupcakes, cookies) PLUS delicious homemade soups and salads and sandwiches and a lovely salad bar. There are ample tables for dining in, too. Service is friendly and attentive. Definitely worth the drive from Westchester and lower Fairfield County.
4.5 based on 345 reviews
Being one-hundred percent Italian you can find it hard to dine out for Italian food. Like most Italian/Americans we know the true authenticity of our ancestor cuisine. You can't fool our palette. Café Silvium is like visiting your grandmother's kitchen. The food is authentic and delicious, so bring your appetite. You cannot make reservations so get there early so your not waiting for a table.
4 based on 135 reviews
Valbella, which since 1992 has been a celebratory place and a regular haunt for the locals who pack it most nights of the week both for its sumptuous food and its astonishing wine cellar, containing 1,450 selections and 16,000 bottles. <br>Downstairs in the wine cellar is where many people hold private parties of various sizes,and what a splendidly beautiful room it is, done in polished wood, with a lovely fireplace, the tables impeccably set, the stemware thin, the temperature geared to the maintenance of the wine. <br>Also an outstanding feature of the wine cellar is a heated granite table that can accommodate up to sixteen guests.
Have been to both the Riverside and NYC spots several times over the years. Riverside (Greenwich) starts off with the live reservation process--which is gruff. From a business standpoint--the bar seats maybe 5-7 people at best--very cramped for a business dinner--Bartender is old school and terrific.
Guests brought a special bottle of wine(1st growth Bordeaux) and were told --no corkage fee and not allowed. Their wine list is extensive and 3X of reality. Service was good not great--seating in wine cellar for dinner is a treat and a highlight. The food is good but not great as their parallel prices which again, are artificially high.
4 based on 62 reviews
Great food, generous drinks, and a lively pub atmosphere you'll feel right at home in.
been here a few times - burgers are the go to item. Some of the starters also good like the chicken wings. This place gets busy!
4 based on 213 reviews
Pan fried oysters with tomato coulis delish
A bottle of Sancerre and on to the main menu..
The best paella since Spain .. a great blacken swordfish with red quinoa and avocado Brussels sprouts and corn relish ..
Mahi Mahi with garlic mash potato
Needless to say we are in heaven ..
Cozy and pretty with good service and for a small bar it’s always crowded which is good ..
Love this place
4 based on 69 reviews
Pomodoro Pizzeria & Trattoria boasts a creative, extensive menu of over 200 high quality items in classic & progressive Italian cuisine, not to mention authentic brick oven pizza.
Found this gem in a strip mall on the Post Rd. just up from the Greenwich Regency Hyatt where we were staying. Ended up eating there three times during our one week stay. The food was amazing every time. Try the Bragoli special and the stuffed pasta with Oso Buco Ragu and finish with a great Cannoli! Love this place!
4 based on 51 reviews
Went to enjoy some live music and had dinner beforehand. We enjoyed our meal with an appetizer of spinach-artichoke dip. I had chicken scarpiatta? over pasta (spaghetti) which wasn't as I had expected but pretty good since I was hungry. The price of a top shelf drink was surprising at $11.
4 based on 229 reviews
The food is consistently good, you will never be disappointed! The food is fresh but be willing to wait for a table as it's always crowded. But the line does move quickly.
4.5 based on 238 reviews
In the heart of downtown Stamford, Columbus Park is the destination for those who appreciate fine Italian cuisine. One of three family-owned restaurants in Fairfield County, Columbus Park was voted “Best Italian Restaurant in Stamford” and consistently receives high ratings from food critics. Known for its chicken Scarpariello, home made pastas, fine service and artwork, Columbus Park can accommodate private events with up to 65 people in its private dining room, overlooking the greenery of Columbus Park. An added benefit is the outdoor seating that allows “al fresco” dining. When in the mood for elegantly prepared Italian food with exceptional ingredients, visit Columbus Park. With an extensive wine list, warm service and beautiful décor, you’ll be assured of a wonderful dining experience.
It's when something good happens even thought it wasn't planned, like what happened when Christopher Columbus thought he was sailing to India. So back to Columbus Park. We tried getting into what is now listed as the best restaurant in Stamford but didn't want to...MoreThank you so much, we are so glad you enjoyed all the food and service!! Come back soon!!
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