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  • Jake's Hamburgers
    Order a cheeseburger or just stick with a side of fries at go-to burger house Jake's Hamburgers. Jake's Hamburgers is a fantastic spot to indulge and with no low-fat options, you'll need to save the diet for another day. You won't need to get a sitter before heading to Jake's Hamburgers — kids are more than welcome at this family-friendly establishment. Warm weather, delectable dishes, and an awesome atmosphere make for a dream night out at Jake's Hamburgers. Jake's Hamburgers can provide comfortable seating options for parties of any size. Perfect for an after-work outing, Jake's Hamburgers won't require you to change outfits before dining as the dress here is super casual. The burger joint has catering services as well. No time to sit down? No worries! Jake's Hamburgers offers a take out option so you can grab your food on the go. Patrons have access to free parking in the neighboring lot. Jake's Hamburgers is a prime location for cyclists to park their bikes and enjoy a bite to eat. Visa, MasterCard, Discover, and American Express are all accepted.
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    346 Cromwell Ave
    Rocky Hill, CT US
  • The Hidden Vine Wine Bar and Lounge
    Glasses lift into a treble-laden symphony of toasts and from a distance, many of the elixirs they contain seem nearly the same. Up close, 28 wines by the glass and more than 75 unique varietals by the bottle span a rainbow of hues, from reds deep and earthy enough to appear almost black to white wines barely kissed with a delicate straw color. In The Hidden Vine Wine Bar and Lounge's dedicated room for tastings and classes, guests further hone noses and taste buds to make nearly imperceptible distinctions in flavor and bouquet. Drawing upon family recipes held close to their hearts, culinarians fill two dining areas with inventive dishes including bruschetta draped in paper-thin soppressata, peach honey, and hanger steak. Beneath diamond-shaped burgundy paintings, forks chatter against plates of fresh pasta and patrons sidle up to the marble bar for a chilly cocktail. A patio begs diners to let the warm sun aid in digestion or in calming outraged bulls delivering pamphlets to the eatery's crimson ceilings.
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    1052 Main St
    Newington, CT US
  • Mooyah
    Rich Hicks and Todd Istre are the masterminds behind many a national food concept?from Rich's southwestern taco at Tin Star to Todd's spicy seafood dishes at Boudreaux's Cajun Kitchen. When the duo joined forces to create Mooyah, however, they cleared the tortillas and crawdads from their mind in order to focus on formulating a quintessential American burger. Today, within scores of Mooyah locations throughout the nation, chefs bustle behind counters, grilling up burgers in accordance to Todd and Rich's formula. Cooks pile beef, turkey, and veggie patties onto white or wheat buns before loading on cheeses and toppings of bacon, fried onion, and avocado. Meanwhile, freshly cut potatoes simmer in fryers, and blenders whirl with ice-cream shakes. Out in the dining room, tabletops and booths sit atop checkered floors beneath walls of chalkboards, where customers can write messages or draw portraits of what they wished they looked like, could they only grow a beard.
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    24 Fenn Road
    Newington, CT US
  • Doogie's
    Doogie's opened in 1982 as the Char Bar, an eatery fusing seafood fresh from Maine's coastal waters with char-grilled barbecue. Ultimately, though, the seafood and char-grilled hot dogs trumped the more Southern specialty of barbecue, and Doogie's streamlined its menu, following the mantra of, "The secret to success is to do just a few things, but to do them very well." Today, one can stop in for fresh, breaded-to-order shellfish platters or the signature hot dogs (voted best hot dog in CT Magazine's 2014 Best of CT list) and featured in Everyday With Rachael Ray Magazine _ and in the _Man vs. Food tv show ? available in 10-, 16-, and 20-inch lengths ??in more than a dozen styles. The house-style includes dijon horseradish sauce and caramelized onions as toppings, a simple combination that nevertheless packs a powerful punch of flavor that once knocked a George Foreman grill out cold.
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    2525 Berlin Tpke
    Newington, CT US
  • Chef's Dog House
    The innovative American-fare artisans at Chef’s Dog House craft a menu of burgers and soups alongside a rotating selection of specialty hot dogs. In addition to classic varieties such as the all-beef dog, the menu offers uncommon toppings such as pulled pork and coleslaw or nacho fixings. Chefs also handcraft a selection of freshly prepared burgers that adorn grilled buns along with extra layers such as the avocado, pepper jack cheese, and shoestring potatoes that top the double-decker Godzilla burger. Guests can also customize dogs, burgers, and sandwiches with the 30 flavorful toppings that await at Chef's Dog House's condiment bar.
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    337 Willard Avenue
    Newington, CT US
  • Goldburgers
    The Hartford Advocate reviewed GoldBurgers. More than 1,500 Facebookers are fans of GoldBurgers. Yelpers award the restaurant a near-perfect average of 4.5 stars and 92% of 230 Urbanspooners can't get enough of the gourmet grub:
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    1096 Main St
    Newington, CT US

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