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Randy G.
Report | 8 days ago
Wonderful service Food beautifully prepared Wonderful evening!!
Julie T.
Report | 12 days ago
Make a reservation because seating is limited. Great food, great service and fun atmosphere!
Christine P.
Report | 16 days ago
Excellent food and outstanding service.
colleen l.
Report | 17 days ago
"The Big Fat Steak" was amazing , as was the Salmon special . The wait staff was great. if i lived closer i would be there every day !!!!
Thomas M.
Report | 19 days ago
Check for specials at the bar.
Katie B.
Report | 22 days ago
Make a reservation; it's easy to do online and it's a tiny place so it's worth it.
Kymberly C.
Report | 24 days ago
Great service. Nice atmosphere. I'd definitely recommend the tempura green beans! Delicious.
Anne C.
Report | a month ago
Sit at the bar when Mary is working - great cocktails and stories
David H.
Report | a month ago
Ask for marry for your server and you will be all set
Lee F.
Report | a month ago
Warm, friendly place with delicious food. Pay attention to the specials announced by your server, they turned out to be stellar the night we went. The best pork chop I ever tasted!
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From Our Editors

Inside of Red Hen, an Old Saybrook bistro that opened in late 2012, plates of Mediterranean-inspired fare share table space with American classics. Chefs thoughtfully choose the ingredients for these dishes, taking care to procure free-range chicken and sourcing seafood from nearby Little Narragansett Bay. This care led Coastal Connecticut Magazine to praise the casual yet upscale menu as "meticulously constructed with an eye toward color, shape, and texture."

Besides comforting, yet upscale entrees, the bistro also features a tapas menu that traffics in small plates. These shareable morsels can pair with 30 wines by the glass or quartino, and sips of craft beer and carefully-crafted cocktails prepared by a bartender nominated as mixologist of the year by the Connecticut Restaurant Association.

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