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Restaurant Review: Bar Americain, Uncasville

Restaurant Review: Bar Americain, Uncasville

Bar Americain feels like somewhere special—food designed to dazzle served with panache in a glittery room that looks like a movie set.

September 2013
Restaurant Review: Mediterraneo, Norwalk

Restaurant Review: Mediterraneo, Norwalk

Mediterraneo at Hotel Zero Degrees is a stunning 120-seat restaurant and bar with a floor-to-ceiling glass wall looking out on the Norwalk River.

August 2013
Restaurant Review: The Willows, Bristol

Restaurant Review: The Willows, Bristol

Choosing an entrée is an agonizing pleasure at The Willows as options range from rich and filling to light and bright.

August 2013
Restaurant Review: Geronimo, New Haven

Restaurant Review: Geronimo, New Haven

A taste of the American Southwest at its magical best, a spicy blend of Navajo, Mexican and Santa Fe influences.

July 2013
Restaurant Review: Rive Bistro, Westport

Restaurant Review: Rive Bistro, Westport

The menu offers what French bistros have always provided—deeply satisfying down-to-earth food with inimitable Gallic flair.

July 2013
Restaurant Review: The Inn at Woodstock Hill, Woodstock

Restaurant Review: The Inn at Woodstock Hill, Woodstock

It’s nice to know that the The Inn at Woodstock Hill is still with us, spruced up without losing a speck of its charm.

June 2013

Restaurant Review: Chamard Bistro, Clinton

Chamard Bistro is comparatively new and there’s a lot to like about it.

June 2013
Restaurant Review: The Woodland, Lakeville

Restaurant Review: The Woodland, Lakeville

The Woodland is determinedly unpretentious, exquisitely stylish in a friendly, low-key way.

May 2013

Restaurant Review: Dolce Cubano, Stamford

Dolce Cubano is visually stunning and serves many typically Cuban specialties.

May 2013

Restaurant Review: Yolande’s Bistro & Crêperie, New Haven

Yolande’s is relatively new and, given time, could become just what Orange Street needs—a great little French bistro and crêperie.

April 2013
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