Load up a pizza with all of your favorite toppings at Fairfield's La Cucina Brick Oven and Wine Bar.
If you've got the car, then we've got parking for you.
Expect your bill at La Cucina Brick Oven and Wine Bar to come in at around $30 per person.
So if you're craving a delicious, hot slice of pizza, be sure to stop by La Cucina Brick Oven and Wine Bar.
Visit Park City Grill for some true American comfort food smack dab in the middle of Bridgeport's Bridgeport.
At Park City Grill, diners can score a guaranteed parking spot close to the restaurant.
For lunch or dinner, make plans to try Park City Grill.
Enjoy a wine and cheese pairing at Westport's LUXE Modern Wine & Cocktails, a local wine bar.
At LUXE Modern Wine & Cocktails, you can sip on a fine wine from the extensive wine list.
The weeknight rush is in full force at LUXE Modern Wine & Cocktails, so anticipate a wait if you go after work.
Parking is plentiful, so guests can feel free to bring their vehicles.
Prices are a bit on the higher side, so this might be a good pick for a special night out.
All major credit cards are accepted.
You might not expect to find fine Italian cuisine and artisan sushi in the same restaurant, but at Station House Wine Bar and Grill—situated in the Stratford Train Station—this eclectic pairing is a reality. Chefs Adam and Sam work side by side in their respective culinary fields, serving veal entrees and Angus burgers alongside shrimp tempura rolls. To complement bites of pasta and sushi, they serve wine, sake, and cocktails.
Upon graduating from the New York French Culinary Institute, Chef Pasquale Pascarella continued his education under two of contemporary Italian cuisine's most famous chefs: Mario Batali and Scott Conant. He learned well—today, Chef Pascarella serves up his own take on Italian cuisine at Bar Sugo, a critically acclaimed eatery known for its cozy atmosphere and classic food.
For edible evidence of Pascarella's Italian mastery, look no further than his meatballs prepared six ways—some with duck and foie gras, others with beef, melted gouda, and red onion jam. But those who do look further will discover brick-oven pizzas topped with pulled pork and 12-year-old balsamic, as well as house-made pastas such as mint tagliatelle with lamb ragu. That same tasteful touch is extended to the beverage selection, which encompasses wine, Italian beers, and cocktails made with liquors aged and awarded their diplomas in a barrel. But no matter what guests select from the menu, Bar Sugo's laid-back decor—featuring brick walls, a red-and-white checkered floor, and a copper-topped bar—invites them to sit back and savor every bite.