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Great Variety and a Raffle @ Westport-Weston Restaurant Week 2013

4 Mar

Connecticut loves their restaurant weeks and the Westport-Weston Chamber of Commerce is giving you an extra incentive to visit participating restaurants from March 10-16:  a raffle.  Yes, just pick up your Patron Program card at any of the participating restaurants and get at least three stickers by visiting any of the restaurants during the Westport-Weston Restaurant Week.  If you’d like to win local restaurant gift cards, be sure to drop off your card at any of these locations:

  • The Westport Public Library, 20 Jesup Road
  • Westport National Bank, 1495 Post Road East
  • Citibank, 399 Post Road West
  • People’s United Bank, 371 Post Road East

And, without further ado, here are the restaurants:

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27 Restaurants Participate in 2013 Stamford Restaurant Weeks, Yes Weeks

5 Feb

Stamford Restaurant Weeks

What’s better than a restaurant week? Well, yeah…restaurant weeks, as in two
weeks in a row. This gastronomical extravaganza begins on Sunday, 2/24 and
goes until Sunday, 3/10, so that’s a total of 15 days of steals and deals.While
there are some classic Downtown Stamford choices, there are also some new
restaurants involved this year such as Bar Q, Hudson Grille, and Rodizio Grill
for you to try.Like we just did for Darien Restaurant Week, we’re putting our
ratings next to the restaurants that we’ve been to in order to help you make
some choices. :)Need more incentive to go? The first 3,000 nomers will get
a voucher for a free medium popcorn when they purchase a ticket at the Avon
Theatre (good until 5/31/13).  Also, if you see an * next to any of the
restaurants in the poster above, they are offering healthy and nutritious
lunches for $6.95 and dinners for $9.95 as part of the Kids’ Fans 5-2-1-0
program put on by Stamford Hospital.
How many restaurants do you plan to hit up during this extended
dining experience?  Let us know!
$10.13 Lunch and $15.13 Dinner

Explore Stamford Restaurants with Eating Stamford: Uptown Restaurant Week

10 Apr

Rizzuto’s is new to the dining scene, so why not try them out during Eating Stamford: Uptown?

Stamford Restaurant Weeks are great and are a major highlight of the year for eaters.   But, believe it or not, there are tons of great restaurants outside of Downtown Stamford that you might not have tried.  Some of these restaurants are actually on the top of our lists for different reasons.  Leave it to The New England Culinary Group to come up with a nice alternative,  Eating Stamford:  Uptown.

The good times will go down from 5/14-5/18/2012 and will not only feature prix fixe meals, but will also feature special food offers.  Another nice deal is getting a 15% off gift certificate that you can use at ANY participating Eating Stamford:  Uptown restaurant from 5/20-6/13, Sunday-Wednesday.  So, if you tapped into the 52 different drafts at Coalhouse on 5/15, you could check out Madonia a week or two later and save 15% percent.  Pretty sweet deal.

Here’s a list of the participating restaurants, special deals, and why we love them.


Bacco Restaurant & Pub

Chili Chicken

Coalhouse Pizza:  52 beers on tap, great pizza, 2011 OmNomy Winner Best Entertainment

Crab Shell

John the Baker

La Fontanella Ristorante

MacKenzies Bar and Grill

Madonia:  2011 OmNomy Winner Best Italian


Nick’s Pizza:  great classic Italian dishes, 2011 OmNomy Winner Best Delivery

Rico’s Pizza

Rizzuto’s:  great appetizers and antipasto

Royal Green

Spice Affaire

Tabouli Grill: excellent Israeli food!

Villa Italia Ristorante:  good pizza and great pasta

Vinny’s Backyard Restaurant:  great wings that need to be tried, especially the chipotle

Eating Fairfield: An Omnomable Week of Culinary Awesomeness

6 Nov

Let's help to eat the hell out of Fairfield!

Eating Greenwich and Port Chester went down a few weeks back and now it’s Fairfield’s turn.  Yup, enter Eating Fairfield into the fray from November 27-December 2, 2011.  Weighing in at AWESOME, we’ve got a sick one week experience going on.  We miss Fairfield, having lived in Black Rock.  So many great restaurants to try, and now there are even more to try!

This is how it works.  Each restaurant involved (list below) will give you a discounted price on a prix fixe meal and/or special offers that will make your stomach growl and your heart go pitter patter.  Click on the link to the organizers for the most up-to-date details:  The New England Culinary Group.

Here are the costs of the three course prix fixe menus: 

Lunch $10.11/Dinner $20.11      or      Lunch $18.11/Dinner $30.11

Sweeten the pot?  Hell yeah, baby.  You can earn a 20% Bounce Back Incentive by just dining at any participating restaurant during Eating Fairfield.  You’ll be able to use that BBI at any participating Eating Fairfield restaurant from 1/2-1/31 in 2012.  Just a note:  valid Sunday-Wednesday only.

Avellino’s:  we ate here the week of its opening.  Good Italian food.

55 Degrees Wine Bar & Restaurant:  been dying to eat here.  Same owners of Cava in New Canaan and Scena Wine Bar in Darien.

Bodega Taco Bar:  taco heaven with crazy amounts of tequila.  Try the grilled corn.

Bonda:  never been here, but the menu looks promising.  New Italian with worldly influences?

The Brasserie:  French, seafood, and Mediterranean all rolled up into one!

Fairfield Cheese Company:  do we need to explain this one?

Martel:  a chill bistro and bar.

Old Post Tavern:  steakhouse and pub run by Chef Patrick Tennaro

Ponte Vecchio:  we’ve eaten here a few times, also.  Eating here felt like a real Italian experience.

Tabouli Grill:  some of the best Middle Eastern food you’ll ever have.  This spot focuses on organic.  Love the Stamford location too!

The Shack:  get your classic American kinda food here.  Haven’t been yet.

Vinny’s Ale House:  we live walking distance from Vinny’s in Stamford and are addicted to their delish chipotle wings!

Other events planned soon: 

Eating West Hartford, Eating Norwalk, Eating Stamford Uptown, Eating Bridgeport

A Cheat Sheet to SoNo Fall Restaurant Week 2011 – South Norwalk, CT

8 Sep

Kind of a cool way to run SoNo Fall Restaurant week ( September 25-30, 2011) this year.  Have a lighter two course lunch at $9.99 or $14.99 or get a three course dinner at $19.99 or $29.99.  We always want to equip our Omnomivores with the best kind of advice on spots to hit up, so here’s some info for you as well as some links if we’ve reviewed some of these spots.  When we get more info such as menus, we’ll update this post for ya.  Mangia! ;)

Where We’ve Been

BacchusReview– *Lunch ($14.99) or Dinner ($29.99 )* Make Reservations

• Excellent, quality Italian food.

• Ask to try the meatball!

Barcelona – *Dinner ($29.99)*

• Excellent tapas menu.  Try the fig and chorizo.

• Great drink and wine list.

Coromandel –Review–  *Lunch ($9.99) or Dinner ($29.99 )*

• Great Indian food (Not quite Thali, but still solid)

Chocopologie – *Lunch ($14.99) or Dinner ($29.99 )*

• Great eclectic food choices. The burger isn’t on the RW menu, but is a must for burgerholics.

• Also, creative and unique tea and coffee drinks.

• Chocolate to die for.

The Gingerman –Our CBS Post *Lunch ($9.99) or Dinner ($19.99 )*

• Great bar food and drinks with an immense beer list.

• If you try their hottest wings, you will beg for mercy.

Match  *Dinner ($29.99 )*  Make Reservations

• Very good Italian food

• Sidewalk dining, baby!

Red Lulu –Review 1Review 2   *Dinner ($29.99 )*

• Inventive and delicious Latino flare and fare.

• Great drinks.

• Hard to get in, so be ready to wait.

The Sono Baking Company & Cafe – Review – *Lunch ($9.99)* 

• Stuffed french toast here is purely amazing.

• Fresh, quality ingredients used in their food.

Sono Brewhouse – *Lunch ($14.99) or Dinner ($19.99 )*

• Good bar food and drinks

Where we still need to try…

Donovan’s – *Lunch ($9.99) or Dinner ($19.99 )*

O’Neill’s – *Lunch ($9.99) or Dinner ($19.99 )*

Strada18 – *Lunch ($14.99) or Dinner ($29.99 )*

EOS, in the Top 100 Greek spot list, celebrates 3rd birthday in style! EOS Greek Cuisine – Stamford, CT

29 Jun

Have your baklava and eat it too!

EOS Greek Cuisine in downtown Stamford is celebrating three years of kick ass Greek food that just, plainly and simply, freaking rocks.  How hardcore is EOS?  Well, they’ve been included in the Top 100 Greek Restaurants in the U.S. by The National Herald.  Notice they are the only Connecticut Greek spot on this list?  So, if you’ve never had a chance to go there, or if you’re a seasoned (hahahaha) vet, we’ve got a great time for you to visit.

Tuesday, 7/19/11

From 5-10 p.m.

$45 per person

You know the deal:  pick an option from each course, and commence Omnoming.  Here’s a breakdown of what we’d pick:

Course 1:  Batzaria.  We know Kristien is chemically dependent on goat cheese and with the beets and the sauce…damn right she’s getting that.

Course 2: Avgolemono.  When restaurants say, “Our famous blah blah,” we don’t usually listen.  But, if EOS says that, we listen.  We’re excited to try this course because their use of lemon is superb here.  If you’ve tried their lemon potatoes, you know this is true.  We loved those potatoes so much that we tried to duplicate them at home.  Yes, they turned out well, but they were missing that real kick that only EOS has.  

Course 3: Arni Kebab.  If you've been to a few Greek spots, you know they probably have lamb on the menu.  We actually think it's part of the Greek law:  thou must serve lamb.  So, if God has ordained it, who are we to argue?  Look at this kebab:  char-grilled lamb with peppers, onions, and tomates served with-wait for it-lemon zest mashed potatoes.  Holy Moses!  Please refer to how great their use of lemon is with Course 2, then come back here, then read again, then come back here.

Course 4: Baklava Sundae.  You are officially Greek if you enjoy kickin' back and noshing on some baklava.  But, really, what better way to enjoy it then by using it to create an ice cream sundae with?  The baklava isn't too chewy or too stick-to-your-teeth-for-the-next-ten-daysish.  Great dessert for baklava lovers or for a person who is experimenting and is a virgin to Greek desserts. ;)
490 Summer Street
Stamford, CT
Phone: (203) 569-6250
Site: http://eosgreekcuisine.com
Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/eos.greek.cuisine

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