This just in, OmNomivores: Washington Prime that has become a popular destination in SoNo has set its sights on Georgetown. You know, that spot where Redding, Ridgefield, Weston, and Wilton meet? Yes, there! They’ll be located at 19 Main Street, so get ready! They are set to open in June, perfect for some summer time eats. Continue reading
Z Hospitality Group (you know them in Greenwich as Terra, Mediterraneo, and now EASTEND) has been raising money year after year for the Greenwich United Way. In fact, they have been giving a portion of their proceeds to this important charity since 2006! In that time they have raised over $20,000! That money will help GUW to identify, address, and fund critical human service needs in the community. This list that shows what they’ve done since their existence is pretty amazing. Continue reading
It’s pretty standard to throw in some loaded nachos, tacos, and margaritas when you celebrate Cinco de Mayo, but we’ve got another idea for you. Woooahhh, hold up: we’re not saying to stop serving those, we’re just saying think about adding this bad boy recipe too: Macho Nacho Burgers. It’s all the things that we love about Mexican food: chili and spices, jalapeno, cheese, and cilantro! Plus, it’s super easy to make.
Being such big supporters of the CT Chefs Challenge from Optimus Health Care and the chefs that compete, we were excited to hear about the CT Food Truck Throwdown. Six of the best food trucks in CT have been gathered in a competition where you not only get to taste the best from each truck, but you also get a vote to crown the People’s Choice champ. It all goes down from 4-8 on 5/19 right at 805 Atlantic Street where there will be free parking. Each ticket costs $25 ($20 early bird until May 6) and that gets you a 4-6 oz. serving from each of the trucks. If you’d like an additional serving from a truck, you can always buy more. Proceeds from the night are going right to Optimus Health Care whose mission is to “Improve the overall health of our communities in Bridgeport, Stamford, and Stratford, particularly the medically underserved, by providing preventive, primary care and supplemental health care services along with health education in a culturally sensitive manner regardless of ones’ ability to pay.” Continue reading
The Fez @ 227 Summer Street in Stamford has been open since the summer after a series of renovations and they have added something new in to the mix. In addition to their amazing Moroccan and Mediterranean-inspired food and their live music, they’ve also added art gallery to their list. Just stop by to eat or get drinks and you’ll be able to check out a different featured artist from the Stamford Art Association depending on the time you stop in. Continue reading
Get your canvas shopping bags ready, Westport Farmers’ Market (50 Imperial Avenue) will be opening for their summer season on May 19. At high noon, grab some free juice donated by The Stand and toast to another successful season. The market will then continue every Thursday from 10-2 up until November 3. There will still be the awesome farmers and artisans there this year, but there will be plenty more happening like chef demos, yoga, and activities for children. Check our FB post for an album of shots we took from one of last year’s markets. Continue reading
“It’s never a walk in the park. My last competion I made mistakes. So, I want to convert those mistakes into masterpieces.” -Chef Adam Greenberg, Barcelona on Chopped.
Winning Chopped on The Food Network is never an easy thing . . . even just getting on the show isn’t an easy thing. But, how about winning Chopped twice then being placed into the Chopped Grand Champions round where a prize of $50k is at stake? Yeah, you have to be an amazing chef who’s versatile in the kitchen to get that far. Continue reading
Cinco de Mayo is just a few days away . . . and we’ve got some great news to share coming from Bodega Taco Bar. Which one, OmNom, which one? BOTH! But how do we decide which one to go to, OmNom? Well, it depends what you’re into:
Darien will have a pig roast, Patron tequila specials, music from PanaMusik, and a pop-up beer garden. Fairfield will feature the Bodega food truck, a sidewalk margarita bar, more Patron tequila specials, and “strolling guitar music.” If you are as hardcore as we hope you are, you could easily hit up one then get to the other. ;)
Then, just tres days later, check out their Mother’s Day brunch from 11-4 or dinner from 4-10. You take mom out, she gets a free cocktail. ;)
Vaya con Dios, OmNomivoritos!
Heritage Square |1700 Post Road | Fairfield, CT | 203.259.2624
980 Post Road |Darien, CT | 203.655.8500
If there’s one thing in this world that we can’t ever get enough of, it’s fried chicken. But, when you go and add some bacon into that mix? Oh, praise the lard! So, we’re super excited to share this amazing recipe from Marcia Selden Catering . . . a recipe for Bacon-Fried Chicken. Eat it by itself, with greens, with waffles, or whatever your bacon-clogged heart desires! Continue reading
During the first Blind Beer Awards, organizers Ken Tuccio of the Welcome to Connecticut Podcast and The Blind Rhino in SoNo introduced a second installment. The next event will be on July 23 at 1 PM and will feature Summer Seasonals from across the state. Like last time, you’ll have blind samples of beer that you vote on, an all you can eat buffet that starts at 4, and tix are only $25 each. The winners and breweries are revealed at the end, BOOM! Seems like a real no-brainer. Continue reading