CTPost: Fairfield Cty. Ranks 2nd in US for Most Restaurants per Person

9 Jan

Maggie Gordon of The Connecticut Post just published an article called “Trending:  Where restaurants reign.”  In her article she cites a recent study done by real estate expert Trulia that shows that Fairfield County has the second highest density of restaurants to people in the entire country.  Then, taking it a few steps further, she crunched some major numbers and figured out which towns/cities in Fairfield County ranked the highest.  Some of the top places were surprising to us, while some of them weren’t shocking one bit.  

Check out the towns and cities with the highest densities and look for some commentary from Sarah Boissou of Bernard’s/Sarah’s Wine Bar in Ridgefield, Bill Taibe of LeFarm and The Whelk in Westport, and both of us, too.  

4 Responses to “CTPost: Fairfield Cty. Ranks 2nd in US for Most Restaurants per Person”

  1. Francine January 9, 2014 at 1:32 pm #

    I’m jealous because where I live in northern Shelton the pickens are slim for really good restaurants. Move some of them up north!


    • Dan and Kristien Del Ferraro January 9, 2014 at 1:41 pm #

      You could move to Ridgefield or Bethel? :p Sorry. :) it’s not easy, we get ya. We’re very spoiled being in Greenwich right now.


  2. Chowdafest Chairman January 9, 2014 at 12:23 pm #

    Hey guys – we missed the co-hosts of the cooking demonstrations at the Chowdafest press conference this morning!




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