Colony Grill Or Rico’s Pizza: Hot Oil Pizza War In StamfordColony Grill has been a Connecticut staple for many years. Rico’s Pizza has only been around since mid-2011 and is already creating a buzz. Why are these two places mentioned in the same paragraph and often in the same sentence? Colony’s bar -style pizza and Rico’s are virtually identical, almost. Along with similar pizza recipes, both places have something else in common, father and son duo Walter and Jonathan Martinez that once worked for Colony, helped Rico Imbrogno open, yes you guessed it, Rico’s Pizza.
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Pasta Nostra: Pasta, Wine and Date Night At A Norwalk MainstayPasta Nostra has been open since 1984, in SoNo, Norwalk’s downtown area, and was a place I wanted to dine at since I was a kid, with dreams of taking a date some night. Two issues: I was too young to afford dinner, and not nearly old enough to date.
The Tao of Dim Sum at New Haven’s Great WallBeing in Connecticut, we usually have to travel to New York City’s Chinatown for the real stuff. You are in luck, Great Wall of China in New Haven satisfies that need for authentic Chinese food without the frustration of a long drive or multiple train and subway rides.
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Restaurant Review: Red LuluSunday morning, shiny black shoes, skirts and a dress shirt, guys in ties, a priest, and confession. Welcome to brunch at Red Lulu in Norwalk. Every Sunday morning from 11:30 a.m. to 3 p.m. the nightlife geared, gothic style tequila bar, transforms to a church theme, serving up brunch that will turn you into a sinner many times over.
A Walk Through The Westport Farmers MarketFrom coffee and dairy to pizzas and cookies, contributor Andrew Dominick samples the best the Westport Farmers' Market (open until November 3) has to offer.
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Bank On The B*AN*C House For Authentic BBQIf you’re looking for a great place to eat BBQ this summer or in any other season, look no further than Norwalk, Connecticut. Yes, you heard that right, Norwalk.
Norwalk’s ‘Short & Sweet Twins’ Have The Right Recipe Our country is littered with food trucks and the good people that run them. From hot dogs, to ice cream, tacos, and more, there are many different types of food trucks. So why not a cupcake truck? Well, you’re in luck. In the small town of Norwalk, Connecticut, 16-year-old twins Kate and Gavin Nelson made the best of the current cupcake craze by starting a mobile bakery one year ago.