We’re going on vacation next week to get in some fine Lake Placid air and drink some wicked Vermont beer, so we’re throwing down big time with a ton of events (50 to be exact) to take you until the end of February. You won’t find a listing like this anywhere else, so stick with us for the most original and up-to-date events, dinners, deals, beer releases/info, and more for Fairfield County and beyond.
We keep our eyes out for events, releases, openings, and anything beer related to help you keep the pulse on the CT Beer scene. If you ever have anything to share, please let us know by commenting here or sending us an e-mail. Cheers.
1/30 Brass Works Brewing in Waterbury is having their ribbon cutting ceremony today. It all starts at 12 and will include a grand opening party, beer tastings, and tours. Check out the brewery at 2066 Thomaston Avenue. Continue reading
There is definitely no shortage of great things to check out over the next couple of weeks here in Fairfield County and beyond. So, sit a spell with us and check the best guide to food news here in the 203 and what’s new beer-wise Always keeping it fresh, man. Stay warm this weekend!
1/23 Little Pub Greenwich is hosting the ETA Band starting at 10. We say pick the spot by the fireplace and get all toasty . . . and toasted on good drinks. Continue reading
Normally we’ve posted up our Fairfield County food news and CT beer news together, but there was so much going on this week that we just had to share the love exclusive with the CT beer scene. Check out all these great events, dinners, release info, and more.
1/15 Firefly Hollow is doing a Cone Flakes release! $10 gets you a 4 pack with a limit of 1 case per person. That’s a stellar deal and so worth the trip.
A little elf told us today that you’ve been good boys and girls, so we’re going to let you know about some great events, a last chance at a Santa crawl, deals, dishes to try, and -of course- CT beer goodness.
12/19 Green Eyed Lady is playing J House Greenwich from 8-11. Get yo’ drank on, get yo’ food on, get yo’ groove on.
12/19 It’s a Santa Crawl in SoNo, baby! Dress up as the jolly ol’ St. Nick or wear your ugliest sweater and take part in some great deals including beer, specials, and prizes. Participating restaurants include Johnny Utah’s, Blind Rhino, O’Neil’s, Mama’s Boy, SONO Pizza , Famous Pizza, Washington Prime, Local, and Cask Republic. If you visit 7 of the 10, you’ll be entered to win a raffle prize and can get more chances at the registration desk with proceeds going to The Connecticut Challenge. Register here. Continue reading
<Cue maniacal laugh> It’s the day before Halloween . . . so, what you got planned? We’ve already listed a ton of things to do here (and here) in CT, but we’ve got even more for you to check out if you’re still looking for something to do. We also have lots of fairs, festivals, tastings, events, and CT beer news for you to check out. Have a great time and stay safe! <Maniacal laugh, maniacal laugh>
10/31 Muahahaha! It’s Halloween in the Park at Mill River Park in Stamford. There will be food trucks, a place to buy beer, cornhole, and a costume party. Tickets at the door are $10 at the door and the event goes from 3-7. More info here.
10/31 Go blind on Saturday at SoNo’s newest restaurant: The Blind Rhino. Starting at 9 they will have new specials every hour for you to partake in. Continue reading
Here at OmNomCT, we want to make sure that you’re having a helluva good time, so we’ve put together a killer good list of events, dishes that you must try, news on restaurant openings, deals on meals, and plenty of CT beer news. As always, we’ve got the most extensive guide to Fairfield County and CT food news that you’ll find anywhere else. If you have anything you’d like for us to add next week, please let us know . . . we don’t dare charge to support our local restaurants, bars, and event organizers.
10/16-17 Chief Brody’s Banh Mi truck will be at Yale today at College Street before Wall from 11:30-3 and Saturday at Black Hog from 12-5. Continue reading
Normally we have a top-heavy list of events, followed by food to try and news, then plenty of CT beer news and releases, but this week it’s a bit different. There are a TON of dishes and drinks that we think you need to get out there and try. So, um, get out there and try! And, please don’t forget to tell people that you found out about them from OmNomCT.
10/8 Meat us at The Meat Truck at Premier Subaru in Branford from 11:30-1:30 and then Two Roads from 3:30-8.
10/10 Guten grog, Part Deux at Cottrell Oktoberfest from 3-6 right at Cottrell Brewery in Pawcatuck. $5 gets you in the door and, from there, you buy the beer and you buy the brats.
Well, hello there October, you sexy beast! How you doing? You’ve only just started today, but we like what you’re throwing down. Thanks for bringing us all these sexy foods, events, and news items. Reeeeooowwww. But, if we could just ask one thing: we don’t need a hurricane, so please just fizzle out. Thanks.
Now-? Jones Family Farm in Shelton has started selling their pumpkins and fall harvest bounty! For details and for where to get some good cider and donuts afterwards, check out our post.
10/4 The 15th Annual Ambler Farm Day is this coming weekend and you mos def wanna be there. For $20 a family, you’ll get a hay maze, crafts and games, apple slingshots, pumpkin chuckers, live music, a garden market, food, drinks, and more! Continue reading
Ladies and gents, we’re just about to wrap up the last full week of summer 2015, but there’s no reason to be sad. Turn that frown upside down because the weather’s been beautiful and there’s still so much to do. So, let’s take Fairfield County and the rest of the state by storm and hit up all these great events, drink all of this great beer, and try out all this killer food. Also, remember we had a ton of events listed from last week’s post that are going down this weekend!
9/18-19 Boothbay Lobster Company food truck will be making the rounds in Stamford, so check out their lobster rolls. Today they’ll be outside of the Sign of the Whale from 4-10 and on Saturday they will be there from 5-11. Continue reading