B&B Lounge presents a variety of pub fare and entrees in a relaxed and rustic atmosphere. Avoid setting DVRs to record award-winning food commercials by gazing firsthand at a diverse spread of appetizers such as fried ravioli in marinara sauce ($5.50), pickled eggs ($2 for three pieces), and onion rings ($4). Classic hamburgers ($6.50), french dips ($7), and philly cheesesteak sandwiches ($7) celebrate meat and bread's symbiotic relationship. Meanwhile, jumbo wings nest in celery and blue cheese ($6 for 8-piece; $8 for 12-piece; $10 for 15-piece) and Russian-style vareniki potato pierogis, served with salad and garlic bread ($9), can be shaped into your favorite letter of the Cyrillic alphabet.
Owners Aura Showah and Douglas Waterbury attribute the success of Widow Brown's Cafe, which has been in business for more than 35 years, to culinary consistency, a family-friendly ambiance, and an eclectic menu that has earned the eatery a feature in the News-Times. While two-handing a burger or steaming sandwich, patrons can peruse the chalkboard around the fully stocked bar for a list of weekly events, such as trivia, karaoke, and raucous tax-preparation luaus. Wooden wall panels glow in the light of wall-mounted TVs as forks venture south for American comfort fare or globetrot with Asian-, Irish-, and Italian-inspired dishes. As frozen drinks or draft beers chill boothside, diners can bust billiards at one of the café's pool tables or surf the café's free WiFi for instructional videos on how to correctly execute robot dance moves.
Beach Boy and local resident David Marks considers Tavern on 37 his favorite restaurant in Danbury. It's not hard to see why—the eatery imports sun-ripened Italian tomatoes, and chef and owner Adam Moss crafts each pizza with housemade dough. He tops the dough with fresh ingredients such as pepperoni and olives before placing it inside a wood-fired brick oven, which renders the crust crispy, the cheese gooey, and the sun useless.
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Sala on Hudson is an authentic Spanish tapas restaurant, encouraging diners to stop in for a glass of sangria and its traditional small savory plates after work. Classic ingredients such as octopus, clams, and olives make an appearance on the menu, and many of the artistically plated foods are designed to be shared with friends or eaten as finger food. The warm dining room has a full bar and offers an all-Spanish wine list.
Since 1978, Champion Day Camp has sated kids’ hunger for summertime adventure. During day camps, children are divided into small groups organized by age and supervised by staff members who are responsible for three to five campers each. In this nurturing environment, kids can make friends and learn new skills as they enjoy a range of activities such as the Ropes Adventure program—which includes climbing walls, ziplines, and a 52-foot “Humongous Tower”—or computer-, yoga-, and photography-based activities. Champion also stages traditional camp activities, such as swimming, soccer, and speculating on the ingredients of bug juice.