Groceries & Markets in Darien

Wine Tasting and Class for One or Two at Black Bear Wines & Spirits (Up to 51% Off)

Black Bear Wines & Spirits

Westport

During the 90-minute class, wine experts teach visitors to distinguish grape variety, vintage, and region

$50 $25

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$39 for Two 90-Minute Introductory Wine Classes at The Wine Mapp ($90 Value)

The Wine Mapp

Greenwich

Two 90-minute wine-education classes cover wine basics and how best to pair wine and food; samples are included

$90 $39

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$15 for $30 Groupon — The Gift Basket Bowtique

The Gift Basket Bowtique

Huntington

Local businesses like this one promote thriving, distinctive communities by offering a rich array of goods and services to locals like you

$30 $15

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Two or Four Beer Flights plus Food at Green Growler Grocery (Up to 52% Off)

Green Growler Grocery

Croton-on-Hudson

Sip brews such as Thirsty Dog Labrador lager and Kuhnhenn A Few Shillings Too Many scotch ale while munching on shareable platters

$26 $13

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One Large Box of Gluten-Free Cookies, One Large and One Small Box, or Treats at Cookie Couture (Up to 50% Off)

Cookie Couture

Hicksville

Five flavors that include vintage chocolate-chip, brownie, and Victorian oatmeal-raisin are hand-made without gluten or peanuts

$12 $6

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Custom Rubber Stamps from Rubber Stamps, Inc. (60% Off). Two Options Available.

Rubber Stamps, Inc.

Mineola

Customers can personalize old-fashioned rubber ink stamps, ideal for small businesses, notary publics, and holiday gift giving

$75 $30

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$10 for $20 Worth of Baked Goods — The Bread Box Bakery Cafe

The Bread Box Bakery Cafe, Inc

East Meadow

Local businesses like this one promote thriving, distinctive communities by offering a rich array of goods and services to locals like you

$20 $10

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One or Three Groupons Toward Butcher-Shop Meats at Karl Ehmer Meat (Half Off)

Karl Ehmer Meats

Utopia

Butcher-shop meats such as chicken apple sausage, chorizo, mini franks, and liverwurst with goose liver

$10 $5

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The Restaurant at Rowayton Seafood values customer loyalty as much as the freshness of their seafood, and both have contributed to it's recent success. The shellfish is about as local as it gets–the executive chef sources the eatery's lobster, clams, and mussels from the Rowayton Seafood Market right next door. This freshness is crafted into a seasonal menu, paired with the scent of salty coastal air, assails the senses in the sunlit, harbor-side dining room, where diners warm themselves by the fireplace or gaze out onto Five Mile River.

The chef's inspired dishes, which won Connecticut magazine's 2013 award for best seafood, draw on American and international recipes. The grilled domestic swordfish keeps things simple with accents of roasted asparagus and truffled onions, and the blackened mahi-mahi samples more tropical climates with coconut-jasmine rice and pineapple salsa. More than 120 international and domestic wines suggest endless pairings–from appetizers of fried calamari to desserts of housemade pie and seasonal crème brûlée. Free valet parking is available, and guests can also dock their boat at the restaurant by reservation.

Combining their freshly caught fish with ecologically sound practices, the Restaurant has partnered with the Monterey Bay Aquarium and the Seafood Watch Program to serve sustainable seafood and help protect the balance of marine life.

89 Rowayton Ave
Norwalk,
CT
US

For the past decade, Fratelli Market's Brooklyn-bred famiglia has made its pastas and sauces according to a 30-year-old recipe and conjures its mozzarella from scratch throughout the day to serve as a base layer for its genuine Italian sandwiches. Brooklyn-style marinara sauce adds a distinctive accent to a plate of spaghetti or sack of accidentally cooked laundry with locatelli romano cheese and spices. Otherwise, mix and match the bacon-infused tomato vodka sauce with Fratelli's fresh-cut linguine, penne, and angel hair swept from the floors of heaven's finest barbershops. The pine-nutty walnut sauce, however, was created with the market's jumbo pumpkin ravioli in mind.

17 Cedar Heights Rd
Stamford,
CT
US

The staffers at Hooked hand select an array of fish, meat, and produce, filling glass coolers with seafood such as sushi-grade yellowfin tuna, scallops, and locally caught cod. They never freeze their fresh selections, lending the food a more natural taste and a decided advantage at freeze tag. Beyond Hooked's fish market, patrons can opt to dine in or carry-out lunches of fried crab cakes, garden salads topped with lobster, and grilled steak sandwiches from an ample menu.

880 E Main St
Stamford,
CT
US

For the two years he lived in Alaska, Alan Pagano sold wild Alaskan salmon that he bought directly from fishing boats. This experience has led to a lifetime of cultivating relationships with top seafood suppliers, which he takes full advantage of at his fish market, Pagano's Seafood. From markets in New York, Massachusetts, and Florida, Alan and his team hand select each batch of wholesale seafood from around the world including red snapper from the Caribbean and naturally raised Scottish salmon. He also sells individual orders of jumbo shrimp, Pacific cod, and caviar. Each order is accompanied by complementary cooking instructions and, in the case of lobster, tips for cleaning, cooking, and cracking them, and then properly mourning their passing.

86 Scribner Ave
Norwalk,
CT
US

Downunder Fitness and Surf’s SurfSET and SUPnSURF classes offer a fun alternative to jogging on a treadmill or other traditional exercise methods. While standing or lying facedown on simulators, pupils learn surfing and standup paddleboarding basics without going down to the ocean or having to help a mermaid retie her shell brassiere. In addition to fitness classes, Downunder Fitness and Surf offers yoga sessions on a beach or, for added difficulty, atop a floating paddleboard.

157 Rowayton Ave
Norwalk,
CT
US

Whole Foods Market's commitment to the interdependent network of sustainable farms and organic producers can be seen in its carefully selected product lines. The homegrown 365 Everyday Value brand makes it easy to eat naturally, organically, and economically. It features an array of items from all product categories, including groceries, vitamins, household items, and more—each manufactured to meet the rigorous quality standards woven into the fabric of Whole Foods Market, which itself is made from 100% alpaca wool.

399 Post Rd W
Westport,
CT
US