Find out what Pub restaurants to try in Bethel. Bethel (/ˈbɛθəl/) is a town in Fairfield County, Connecticut, United States, about 69 miles (111 km) from New York City. Its population was 18,584 at the 2010 census. The town center is defined by the U.S. Census Bureau as a census-designated place (CDP). The core area of the town center has also been designated as a historic district.
Things to do in Bethel
4 based on 97 reviews
Widow Browns has been in business since 1977. We serve fresh food prepared daily with a large diverse menu that everyone would enjoy. From burgers and specialty sandwiches such as Reubens and french dip.....to New York Strip Steak and comfort food such as
Haven't had a bad meal or experience here yet, and I've been going here for 20 years. Staff are great and very accommodating.
3 based on 113 reviews
I usually visit this chiliâs when Iâm in town on business just because itâs next to the hotel. Chiliâs new menu is absolutely horrible in my opinion. Portions are small and taste is just blah. The service at this location was pretty bad too. My waiter was fairly friendly but seemed preoccupied and wasnât very attentive to his work. Overall I donât recommend this restaurant unless you have no other options
4 based on 60 reviews
Set. 1990, Local Pub, Sports Bar. Famous Wings-67 Flavors. Open 7 days for Lunch/Dinner/Take-out. Family Friendly. Call for Reservations.
Tks is great. They have the best wings in the area and there is no close second. The big country is my favorite sauce. They always have a great beer selection, and buy one get one happy hour. What more could you ask for!
3 based on 80 reviews
A great place to grab burgers, fish tacos and a beer. They have a huge selecton of beers on tap. There is a nice back room if you want to hold a function. The food came out quickly and the portions were decent sized. We ate here twice for business.
4 based on 15 reviews
We waited for a while to try this relatively new place in Bethel. We decided to give it a try for lunch and were quite satisfied with our meals. It was not anything special but they had very good pub style food. We are looking forward to our return.
4 based on 46 reviews
We went here years ago and had no reason to return. We recently decided to give it another try. Tried the onion soup and discovered no one had told the chef to sautÃ© the onions before trying to make the soup. It was the most awful onion soup I have ever had. The rest of our meal was OK but not much more. We will let several more years go by again.
4 based on 35 reviews
Obviously this is a neighborhood bar/restaurant that has a following. The menu is vast but the food is without any finesse. Portions are large, specials for Prime rib are popular but prices are not inexpensive. Mixed veggies were thrown on a plate and so hard they could have used as ammo for a BB gun. Look for other places to satisfy your palate.
4 based on 33 reviews
Went on rainy cold Saturday night and figured would be packed. Pretty dead at 8:30 so I was concerned. A friend told me food was good. They did not answer the phone (straight to voicemail) several times that I called before we left - wanted to make sure it wasn't too busy. Anyway, waitress said "You're right, the phone hasn't rung!" Too bad really since I do hope they stay in business!! This place was recently a boring Italian restaurant. They have made many good changes. I would expect most in the area would find this a nice corner pub and upscale brewpub type of place to frequent. Calamari was very good. Burgers and salads also very good. Meat temperature perfect. They got our specific requests all correct. Wines, etc were reasonably priced. I would encourage management to trim down the nightly specials from 7 options to 3 - keep things fresh and streamlined. I really do hope this pub stays in business. The front windows that open completely for nice weather will be amazing during warm weather!
4 based on 17 reviews
Our third time visiting and never a disappointment. The burritos alone are worth the trip. The beers also take center stage. Well crafted and delicious. An excellent place to hangout and relax. The waitstaff are very courteous leaving you to enjoy the relaxing atmosphere of the place. Highly recommended!
4 based on 83 reviews
Welcome to your Danbury Ninety Nine Restaurant where we have "A Passion To Serve." Come dine with us and check out our 9 Real Size Entrees for just $9.99 or come enjoy our Thursday Night Trivia at the bar.
Decided to try the price rib special, soup or salad, prime rib & desert at one low price the onion soup was great the peanut butter desert was fantastic. The meat was just ok. My wife order medium rare and I asked for very rare. Our server brought it out and my wife was medium well and I got an end slice and was told that was the rarest piece (impossible as an-end canât rare). Both went back and later my wife got a medium piece and I got a rare piece but not as rare as I expected. As I had taken medication prior I settled and ate it. Our server apologized canât blame her if the kitchen doesnât follow orders
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