Restaurants in East Norwalk


Mediterranean Dinner for Two or Four at Cafe Madrid Continental (Up to 60% Off)

Cafe Madrid Continental

Cafe Madrid Continental

Sharable tapas include everything from beef empanadas to platters of imported meats and cheeses

$30 $12

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$40 for $65 Worth of Asian Food at Oriental Beef Asian Fusion Restaurant. Must Reserve Through Groupon.

Oriental Beef Asian Fusion restaurant

Norwalk

Specialties from India, Thailand, Japan, and elsewhere served in a cheerful dining room bedecked with photo murals

$65 $40

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Pizzeria Cuisine at SoNo Pizza (Up to 46% Off). Three Options Available.

SoNo Pizza

Sono Pizza

Eatery serves fried ravioli, The Ragin’ Cajun pizza with Cajun chicken and hot cherry peppers, steak and cheese sandwiches, and burgers

$24 $14

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Italian and Grill Fare for Take-Out from Marinello's Deli and Grill (Up to 48% Off)

Marinello's Deli and Grill

Marinello's Deli and Grill

Take home Italian and grill favorites such as 32 varieties of Boar’s Head sandwiches, eggplant parmigiana in a grinder roll, or burgers

$20 $12

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Take-Out Pizza and Italian Food at Marinello's Pizzeria (Up to 58% Off)

Marinello's Pizzeria

Marinello's Pizzeria

Classic Italian dishes and pizzas topped with a variety of fresh ingredients, such as house-made meatballs and hot cherry peppers

$20 $10

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Steaks and Seafood for Two or Four or More at The Restaurant at Rowayton Seafood (42% Off).

The Restaurant at Rowayton Seafood

Rowayton

Freshly caught clams, oysters, swordfish, and shrimp sourced from an onsite historic fish market

$60 $35

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Dinner for Two at Quartina Trattoria & Vineria (Up to 46% Off). Two Options Available.

Quartina Trattoria & Vineria

South Norwalk

House-made pasta paired with fresh seafood, beef, veal, and an extensive wine program in the former Bacchus space

$71.85 $39

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  • Red Tomato Pizza
    Flour drifts down through the air, the motes catching briefly in the light from the wood-fired oven. Inside, fontina, smoked mozzarella, and ricotta melt across the handcrafted crusts, forming warm tributaries of cheese. Nearby, chefs sprinkle fistfuls of broccoli rabe, prosciutto, cherry tomatoes, and eggplant onto fresh dough or stew san marzano tomatoes to craft a thick sauce the deep crimson color of a sports car that just discovered it left a hair curler in. The cooks look to traditional Neapolitan recipes and forge crusts from a simple combination of flour, yeast, water, and salt. In an effort to protect the environment, the staff at Red Tomato Pizza?from the same owners as Dortoni Bakery in Levittown and Messina Market in East Norwich?also serves hormone-free meat in the glow of gentle LED lights and uses recycled glassware.
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    6245 Northern Blvd.
    East Norwich, NY US
  • Blue Cactus Grill
    Blue Cactus Grill's fleet of efficient chefs zest, sear, and sizzle bold southwestern cuisine in the restaurant's cozy, unassuming interior. Chomp down or break in bibs with one of Blue Cactus' juicy philly cheesesteaks, such as the Tucson Monster, an authentic meaty morsel heaped with chili, bacon, charred jalapeno, and melted cheese ($8.95). A panoply of robust wraps zing taste buds, including the West Texas Cajun wrap,—which bear-hugs its peppy fan base of grilled chicken, seasoned rice, and black beans ($7.95). Blue Cactus tops off its menu with customizable salads ($6.95+) and fresh burgers, such as the Five Napkin Burger, anchored with a savory mound of chipotle barbecue sauce, melted cheddar, and crisp onion rings ($7.95).
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    51 Stevens St
    Norwalk, CT US
  • Sierra Grill
    Sierra Grille proffers sizzling, savory southwestern cuisine made quick to order, forgoing canned and frozen foods and MSG for fresh fixings such as skinless chicken breast, lean steaks, fresh grilled fish, and primo produce. Peruse the menu and opt for a mexican pizza, piling a chosen meat, cheese, lettuce, and tomato atop a crispy flour tortilla that spent a semester studying abroad in Italy (grilled chicken, $6.69; charbroiled steak, $7.29; shrimp, $7.29). The grilled-steak-and-crumbled-gorgonzola salad shuns carbs ($7.99), and the chicken fajita-burrita wraps up grilled fowl, guacamole, peppers, onions, and pico de gallo salsa into a flavorful yet functional paperweight ($6.39). Personal-size platters quell voracious individual cravings with steak, salmon, shrimp, or sea scallops sidekicked by rice, seasoned beans, and a small salad ($8.29).
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    617 Connecticut Ave
    Norwalk, CT US
  • Cafe Madrid Continental
    Cooking has always been a fact of life for Wilson, Marcelo, and Jose Rodriguez. Two decades ago, the three brothers opened their first restaurant together in their home country of Ecuador. Wilson and Marcelo continued to run the place while Jose traveled to their grandfather's homeland of Spain and received some formal culinary training. Jose's studies eventually brought him to Connecticut, where his brothers joined him and started the next chapter in their partnership by founding Cafe Madrid Wine and Tapas Bar. At Cafe Madrid, the Rodriguez brothers draw inspiration from culinary traditions throughout the Mediterranean. That being said, Spanish and Latin influences are the strongest by far. Sharable tapas are a highlight here, and they include everything from beef empanadas to platters of imported meats and cheeses. The restaurant's international inspirations are more apparent in entr?es such as the Italian-style ossobuco and the French-style cassoulet. A rustic vibe characterizes Cafe Madrid's dining room, thanks to the earthenware floor tiles, wrought iron chandelier, and rich wood accents. There's even a wall made from reclaimed pieces of wine cases, which effectively splits the main room into two seating sections. Latin-inspired ceramics, paintings, and Lite-Brite boxes further add to the restaurant's distinctive character.
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    120 New Canaan Ave
    Norwalk, CT US
  • Café Turnier
    When Ernst Turnier and his son, the appropriately named Ernst Turnier, Jr., set out to open a restaurant, they had several transformations in mind. The first and most obvious was converting the space of a former convenience store into a cozy cafe, a process which, according The Hour, required over a year of hard work and a thorough UN inspection for weapons-grade Slurpee. With that mission accomplished, they turned to transformation number two: the spicing up of American deli food with traditional Haitian and Caribbean flavors. Avocado with salt and pepper dress up the buttered sub bread of the Caribbean avocado veggie sandwich, while flank steak, bacon, and mozzarella fill Khay's Cheesesteak. The tropical influence continues at dinner, when plates of piping hot red snapper, grilled shrimp, and pasta sail out of the kitchen seasoned with a hint of Haitian spice. But the father-son duo don't only serve their cuisine inside the quaint dining room. As recently profiled by The Hour, the younger Turnier takes Friday trips to the food pantry at St. Philip's Church, where he arrives toting fresh-baked goods and other treats from the café.
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    115 Main Street
    Norwalk, CT US
  • La Sorpresa Restaurant
    If fine food and refreshing beverages are on your to-do list, check out La Sorpresa Restaurant in Norwalk. Foods low in fat are not on hand here, though, so get ready to loosen your belt buckle. Complement your meal with a beer or wine from La Sorpresa Restaurant's delightful drink menu. At La Sorpresa Restaurant, you won't have to wait for your large or small group to be seated. Planning a special night? Call ahead to reserve a table. Diners who appreciate a no-frills environment come to La Sorpresa Restaurant in jeans and a hoodie. For the tastes of La Sorpresa Restaurant from the comfort of your next party, the restaurant also offers catering services. Or, take your food to go. La Sorpresa Restaurant's diners will appreciate the free parking in a lot next door. Travel by bike to La Sorpresa Restaurant and store your bike at a nearby rack. You can take it easy on your wallet at La Sorpresa Restaurant — prices are generally less than $30 per person. At La Sorpresa Restaurant, you can pay with any major credit card. You can stop by at practically any time, since La Sorpresa Restaurant serves breakfast, lunch, and dinner.
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    61 Cedar St
    Norwalk, CT US