Good to See You, Connecticut Restaurants Last Updated 8/20

It's so good to see Connecticut restaurants opening back up! From Caribbean cuisine to lobster rolls, we're enjoying all our favorite flavors. But it's more than just a delicious meal you can expect from restaurants; they're serving up safety too. In fact, many are upholding The Connecticut Restaurant Promise. Here are just a few of the new protocols:

  • Tables are now at least 6 feet apart and restaurant capacity has been reduced
  • Items that could pass through the hands of many different guests, like menus or salt and pepper shakers, have been replaced with single use, digital, or frequetly sanitized options
  • All employees are required to wear a facemask and gloves, and gloves must be replaced frequently
  • Customers are required to wear masks, but they can be removed while you are seated at your table
  • Sanitizer is available and accessible

You can find out more about safely reopened restaurants here. To get a closer look at how Connecticut restaurants are providing a safe and fun experience for diners, check out this video which brings you right into the heart of a few great spots.

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Looking to try one of the restaurants from the video? Find it below and stop for a bite – they can't wait to see you!

West Street Grill, Litchfield

West Street Grill has over the years become the favorite restaurant of anyone who likes to dine well and appreciates the gorgeous atmosphere, including sought-after al fresco tables overlooking the historic Litchfield Green. Come for a casual lunch, a fun dinner of bistro-style fare like wild Maine mussels and three-cheese ravioli, or a more formal dinner with expert wine pairings.

 

Millwrights, Simsbury

The setting, which provides a spectacular backdrop to the dining experience, speaks of history and nature. The Hop Brook Mill, built in 1680 and now Millwright’s home, overlooks a sparkling pond and rushing waterfall.

 

Fresh Salt at Saybrook Point Resort & Marina, Old Saybrook

Enjoy upscale casual dining along the Connecticut shoreline at Fresh Salt located in the Saybrook Point Resort.

 

Cava, Southington

An experience of Old world charm and romance both in decor and cuisine this upscale fine dining experience caters to those looking for an evening out, a special occasion, or private events.

 

La Fortuna Restaurant & Bar, Stratford

This family-owned restaurant & bar draws on simple ingredients to bring diners an authentic taste of Italy, offering classic dishes such as saltimbocca, braciole, lasagna, cacio e pepe, and brick oven pizza.

 

Anchor Spa, New Haven

Anchor Spa was founded on Anchor Beach in Milford, Connecticut, a town Renowned for its seafood, particularly its oysters. Anchor Spa leverages this coastal history with a menu that includes a section dedicated to seafood, as well as great dishes from land and heaven.

 

Abbott's Lobster in the Rough, Noank

Take a spot outdoors and enjoy this very casual seafood restaurant known for its lobster rolls and water views.

 

Oak & Almond, Norwalk

With cuisine inspired by the traditions and techniques of yesteryear, the philosophy is simple: provide delicious handcrafted food, created with well sourced seasonal ingredients with a focus on hearth and flame.