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11th Annual Raspberry Festival is Sept. 15 & 16 at Sherman’s White Silo Winery

Screen Shot 2018-09-13 at 11.43.16 PMSHERMAN, CT— The White Silo Farm & Winery is hosting their 11th annual Raspberry Festival, September 15th, and 16th from 12-5 p.m. They will be serving 6 small plates of food and desserts prepared with farm-grown raspberries.

Enjoy Chocolate Ganache Pie with Raspberries, Raspberry Sweet and Sour Meatballs, Monte Cristo Crepes with Raspberry Sauce, Raspberry Elderberry Sorbet, Victorian Sponge Cake, and Mixed Green Salad with Roasted Pecans, Blue Cheese, and Raspberry Vinaigrette, which are all scheduled to be on the menu. There is a $5 charge per plate of food.

There will be live music featuring Martin Meyer on Saturday from 1-4 p.m. and Blue Yodels on Sunday from 1-4 p.m.  Free farm winery and field tours will be held throughout the day.  This is a child and dog-friendly event. Admission to the event is free.

The White Silo Winery is located at 32 Route 37 E, Sherman, CT. Questions? Call 860-355-0271 or 917-699-7355. eric@whitesilowinery.com. www.whitesilowinery.com\

Article by Eric Gorman

Photo by Daveob via Flickr Creative Commons

Experience the Sights & Sounds of the Emerald Isle at the 2018 Danbury Irish Festival

 

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DANBURY, CT — The 2018 Danbury Irish Festival is bigger and better than ever in 2018 at a brand new location, 65 Sand Pit Rd., Danbury. It will be an indoor/outdoor event that will take place rain or shine! With live Irish music all weekend long, Irish dance, cultural activities, Irish food and beer and a children’s area with non-stop entertainment, it’s sure to be a weekend jam-packed with fun for all ages!

The festival takes place on Friday, Saturday, and Sunday, Sept. 21, 22 and 23, 2018 and is presented by the Greater Danbury Irish Cultural Foundation, the Men’s and Ladies Ancient Order of Hibernians, the Greater Danbury Irish Cultural Center, committee members, and volunteers.

The brainchild of Gerry Curran, former President of the Danbury Division of the Ancient Order of Hibernians, the Irish Festival began in 1995 at Rogers Park in Danbury with the help of Sharon Higgins. Twenty-one years ago, Curran had the dream to bring an Irish music and culture festival to Danbury to raise money to benefit the Irish Club. The festival offers Irish food, fellowship, and fun for people of all ages.

John Feeney, an Irish Gaelic language instructor, heads up the cultural tent which showcases a broad range of Irish heritage and gives festival-goers an up-close experience of Irish traditional music, Gaelic language, history, dance, genealogy, film, theater, and literature through live performances, displays, lectures, and workshops.

Wendy Mitchell heads up the Children’s Tent and has organized a wide variety entertainment and activities for children. The Children’s Tent headline entertainer is Danny Diamond who will present a magic show at 2 p.m. on Saturday, Sept. 22 followed by balloon twisting. The Magic of Danny Diamond magic is sponsored by Gold Sponsor Wooster School, a co-ed day school located on Miry Brook Road by the Danbury Airport. Balloon twisting is sponsored by Silver Sponsor Pour Me Cafe & Wine Bar, a new food, coffee and wine hot spot located in the heart of Danbury on Main Street.

The Children’s Tent is sponsored by Gold Sponsor Wooster School, Silver Sponsor Pour Me Cafe & Wine Bar, Bronze Sponsors Peterson Chiropractic and Poprox Productions, who will be face painting and Festival Friends Ridgefield Playhouse, Service Unlimited, Danbury Palace Theater, Absolute Limousine, Eddie’s Pizza & Pasta, Arbonne by Nicole Coleman, Charmio’s, Groovy Brew Organic Body Scrubs, and Lucy Super 7 Studios.

Shop in the Irish Village and get your holiday shopping done early! Peruse gifts, jewelry, Irish instruments, and other authentic, unique gift ideas from the Irish vendors who will sell their wares.

All weekend long there will be displays on Women of the Easter Rising, Book of Kells, Irish crochet, Irish language and classes, Irish family histories, genealogy, Irish blessings, Irish literature, history of the potato famine, Irish traditional music history and classes and much more.

The Greater Danbury Irish Festival will be held at 65 Sand Pit Road, Danbury, on the beautiful grounds of the Portuguese Cultural Center. This year’s festival is sponsored by Gold Sponsors Clancy Relocation & Logistics, McKenney Mechanical HVAC/R Solutions; Silver Sponsors Union Savings Bank, Savings Bank of Danbury, McCollam Insurance Agency, Senator Michael McLachlan, and Westchester Modular Homes; Bronze Sponsors Pembroke Pumping, Mulvaney Mechanical,  Ashurst Academy of Irish Dance, Belardinelli Services, LLC, Councilman Phil Curran & Maggie Curran, Law Offices of Lawrence M. Riefberg, LLC, South Street Self Storage, Hull Funeral Home, Earthmovers and Levine Automotive.

Click here for more information.

Entertainment on the Main Stage (inside):

Friday, Sept. 21, 2018:

  • Ceili Dancing on the Main Stage
  • Green Gates (in the Cultural Tent) 7:00 – 10:00 p.m.

Saturday, Sept. 22, 2018:

  • The Traveling Danburys 12:15 – 1:15 p.m.
  • Steve O’Tree and Friends – 1:30-2:30 p.m.
  • Thorne Academy of Irish Dance – 2:45 – 3:30 p.m.
  • Keltic Kick – 3:30 – 4:30 p.m.
  • Cunningham Brothers – 4:45 – 5:45 p.m.
  • Ashurst Irish Dance 5:45 – 6:30 p.m.
  • Celtic Cross Pipe & Drums – 6:30 – 7:15 p.m.
  • Highland Rovers – 7:30 – 8:30 p.m.
  • Humble Hooligans– 8:45 – 10:00 p.m.

Sunday, Sept. 23, 2018:

  • Ringrose & Freeman – 12:00 – 1:15 p.m
  • Doherty-Petri School of  Irish Dance – 1:30 – 2:15 p.m.
  • Jeff Conlon – 2:30 – 3:45 p.m.
  • Doherty-Petri School of  Irish Dance – 3:45 – 4:30 p.m.
  • Tiperrary Knights – 4:45 – 6:00 p.m.

Cultural Tent Entertainment Schedule (outside):

~ Friday, Sept. 21, 2018 ~

  • 5:30 – 6:30 PM: Céilí Set Dancing Workshop – Brian Reynolds (inside, on the main stage)
  • 7:00 – 10.00 PM: Céilí (Irish Social Dancing) – Green Gates Céilí Band (inside, on the main stage)

~ Saturday, Sept. 22, 2018 ~

  • 1:00 – 2:00 PM: Uilleann Piper – Chris Finnegan, Irish Speaker
  • 2:00 – 3:00 PM: Owen McDonnell – Presentation on McDonnell family history
  • 3:00 – 4:00 PM: Harp Performance – Regina Delaney
  • 4:00 – 5:00 PM: Harp Workshop – Regina Delaney, learn to play the harp
  • 7:00 – 10:00 PM: Irish Traditional Music Seisiún  – Nora Hanley starts with a performance and then rolls into an open seisiún

~ Sunday, Sept. 23, 2018 ~

  • 1:00 – 2:00 PM: Traditional Irish Music (guitar & flute, voice) – Chicks-n-Sync
  • 2:00 –  3:00 PM: Traditional Irish Music (fiddle, tin whistle, flute) – Fiddleuisce GDICC musicians
  • 3:00 – 3:30 PM: Traditional Irish Singalong – Fiddleuisce and John Feeney
  • 3:30 – 4:30 PM: Harp Performance – Regina Delaney
  • 4:30 – 5:30 PM: Traditional Irish Music (Irish lute, guitar, voice) – Aindriú Ó’Ciardha
  • Several Historical Figures from Irish History will be roaming the festival grounds – Liz Popiel.
  • Displays on: Celtic Art, Book of Kells, Irish Crochet, Irish Language and Classes, Irish Family Histories, Genealogy, Irish Blessings, Irish Dance, Irish Literature, Irish Traditional Music History, World Meeting of Families in Ireland 2018 and Classes, and more.

Children’s Tent Schedule (outside):

~ SATURDAY, SEPT. 22, 2018, 12-6pm ~

  • Face Painting with Miss Angie from PopRox Productions, 12-6pm
  • Shriner’s Clowns: Saturday, Sept. 22, 11am-2pm
  • Costume Parade led by Celtic Cross bagpiper, Saturday, Sept, 22, 1:30pm
  • The Magic of Danny Diamond, Saturday, Sept. 22, 2-3pm

~ SUNDAY, SEPT. 23, 2018, 12-6pm ~

  • Face Painting with Miss Angie of PopRox Productions 
  • Bubble Zone
  • Kid’s Karaoke
  • Kid’s Crafts
  • Carnival Games
  • Treasure Hunt
  • Make & Shake a Shamrock
  • Thumbprint Rainbows
  • Irish Village
  • Kid’s Crafts & and MORE!

Raffle Tickets:

  • Tickets are $5 each
  • First Prize is $2,000
  • Second Prize is $1,000
  • Third Prize $500
  • Call Sharon O’Rourke at 203-470-7570 for tickets

For more information, click here, email danburyirishfest@gmail.com or call the club at 203-501-7424.

Photo by Wendy Ann Mitchell

2018 CT Farmer’s Markets Take Root on May 12

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FAIRFIELD COUNTY, CT — Spring has sprung, summer is just around the corner, and with it is the thought of fresh, local produce. Farmers and market organizers across Connecticut are gearing up to share their local produce, dairy, bread, cheese and more with hungry locavores at weekly farmer’s markets this summer.

The first market in the Fairfield and Litchfield County areas will be on Saturday, May 12, 2018 in New Milford. Opening day vendors include the following:

Many of the markets have live music, children’s entertainment, special events and guest speakers. Be sure to bring your own bags, as well as cash or check, as many of the markets do not accept credit cards. Check your local market’s page for detailed information.

Happy shopping!

 

Local Farmer’s Markets in Fairfield and Litchfield Counties

Bethel: 

  • Bethel Farmer’s Market (Stony Hill), Saturdays, 9 am – 1 pm, June 28 – Christmas
    Rte. 6, Fairfield Cty Extension Service Bldg, 67 Stony Hill Rd, opposite Stony Hill Inn, 
    bethelfarmersmarket.org.
  • No plans have been announced yet for the Downtown Municipal Center Farmer’s Market, which, according to a Board Member, has not been held “in several years.”

Brookfield: 

  • Brookfield Farmer’s Market, Fridays, 3 – 6:00 pm, July 10 – October 23, Town Hall, 100 Pocono Rd., Facebook

Danbury: 

  • Danbury Farmer’s Market, Saturdays, 10 am – 2 pm, June 22 – October 21
    Danbury Green, 
    SNAP doubled, Website

Monroe: 

  • Monroe Farmer’s Market, Fridays, 3 pm – 6 pm, Monroe Town Green, Corner of Fan Hill Road & Rte. 111, monroefarmersmarket.org. The Monroe Farmers’ Market is open from June 22–October 26, 2018.

New Fairfield:

New Milford:

  • New Milford Farmers Market, Saturdays, 9 am – 12 pm, May 12 – November 18, Town Green, Main Street, newmilfordfarmersmarket.com. Saturday, May 12 is opening day for 2018.

Newtown/Sandy Hook:

  • Newtown Farmer’s Market, Tuesdays, 2 pm – 6:30 pm, June – October, Fairfield Hills Campus at Wasserman Way, Facebook

Redding/Georgetown:

  • Georgetown  Held every Sunday from late June to the end of October, Sundays, 10 am – 2 pm, June 17 – TBA, 4 Old Mill Road, Redding, Facebook

Ridgefield:

Southbury:

  • The Southbury Farmer’s Market opens in late June and runs through mid-October on Thursdays from 3:00 pm to 6:00 pm.  It is held at Town Hall, 501 Main St. S.
    Southbury. Click here for more info.

For a full list of markets across the state, visit CT Nofa’s website by clicking here.

Photo by Matt via Flickr Creative Commons

Do you know of a market we missed? Email it to ctbuzznews@gmail.com.

 

Dinner Just Got a Whole Lot Easier for These 40 CT & NY Towns

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BROOKFIELD, CT — In a rapidly changing business landscape where consumers are ordering from big box stores and corporate delivery services, two local, independent business owners hope to get their message out that shopping locally and supporting small businesses not only helps them, but the communities they serve, including Brookfield. Founder and co-owner of Vroom Service Now​, Scott Leandra, along with his business partner David Harvey, say that exceptional customer service is what has gotten them this far.

“We are David against Goliath,” Harvey said regarding their competition.

“We started way before the big national companies came into the area,” said Leandra, who founded the company in Sandy Hook back in 2009 with only seven restaurants.

“With great support from our loyal customers, we have been able to grow and continue to bring more local restaurant choices to more areas than ever before.”

Operating out of their office in Brookfield, the pair said they are experiencing “tremendous growth” of their food delivery service.

“We’ve tripled in size in the last two years,” said Leandra. The company is now in 40 towns in Connecticut and New York and more than 200 restaurants. By the end of 2018 they project to be in 60 towns with over 300 local restaurants participating in the service.  The restaurant delivery service delivers food right to consumers’ front doors and pride themselves in their “old fashioned customer service.”

“Although most customers order online or by mobile app, they can still talk to a live person when they need one,” Leandra explained.

Delivery prices start at $3.99 and there is a $17 minimum order. The service delivers within nine miles of the participating restaurant for everyday deliveries and can travel up to 20 miles for catering orders.

Vroom Service Now delivers to the following Connecticut and New York towns:

Beacon Falls
Bethel
Brewster NY
Bridgewater
Brookfield
Carmel NY
Danbury
Derby
Easton
Fairfield
Gaylordsville
Holmes NY
Middlebury
Milford
Monroe
Naugatuck
New Fairfield
New Milford
Newtown
North Salem NY
Oakville
Oxford
Patterson NY
Pawling NY
Prospect
Redding
Ridgefield
Roxbury
Sandy Hook
Seymour
Shelton
Sherman
Southbury
Stratford
Trumbull
Washington
Waterbury
Watertown
Wilton
Woodbury

“Unlike other delivery services, Vroom Service Now does not increase menu prices to the customer.”

Vroom Service Now delivers from 10 a.m. through 10 p.m. seven days a week. Delivery times average about 45 minutes. Leandra said that putting a personal touch on business relationships and knowing their restaurant partners can reach out to them at any time, separates them from the big national brands.

“Having been in the restaurant industry for over 25 years, we understand what restaurants go through every day. Restaurant owners understand the difficulty of delivering hot food to customers and appreciate the value of our service,” Leandra stated.

“There are a lot of great people in the restaurant industry. We have had a lot of fun getting to know many of them. We enjoy what we do, and the great people we meet along the way.”

To view local restaurants in your area that Vroom Service delivers from, visit www.vroomservicenow.com.

Photo credit: Scott Leandra, Vroom Service Now

39 Best Brunch Spots in Your Area

 

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DANBURY, CT — Blueberry Blintzes, Bananas Foster, Eggs Benedict, Spinach Frittatas, Country Farm Pancakes…. is your mouth watering yet? Looking for a great spot to take the family for Easter Brunch or Passover? Here are the top spots in your area, as ranked by Trip Advisor and Yelp users.

BETHEL

Yelp’s Top 3 

  1. Note Kitchen & Bar, 227 Greenwood Ave.
  2. La Zingara, P.T.Barnum Square
  3. J. Lawrence Downtown, 186 Greenwood Ave.

Trip Advisor’s Top 3 

Trip Advisor’s top brunch spots included two restaurants that are now permanently closed, as well as a deli which is closed on Sundays and a restaurant closed for Easter Sunday. Below are the top ranked brunch places, excluding the above mentioned restaurants.

  1. Stony Hill Diner, 14 Stony Hill Rd. (Route 6)
  2. La Zingara, P.T.Barnum Square
  3. Rizzuto’s, 6 Stony Hill Rd. (Route 6)

BROOKFIELD

Yelp’s Top 3 

  1. Maggie McFly’s, 195 Federal Road
  2. Agora of Brookfield, 834 Federal Road
  3. Bagelman, 14 Candlewood Lake Road

Trip Advisor’s Top 3 

Trip Advisor did not have any rankings in Brookfield specifically for brunch, so below are the top ranked places for breakfast and lunch in Brookfield.

  1. Chick-fil-A, 156 Federal Road
  2. Bagelman, 14 Candlewood Lake Road
  3. Hacienda Don Manual, 265 Federal Road

DANBURY

Yelp’s Top 3 

  1. Marketplace, 33 Mill Plain Road
  2. Mothership on Main, 331 Main Street
  3. Mezon, 56 Mill Plain Road

Trip Advisor’s Top 3 

  1. Mezon, 56 Mill Plain Road
  2. Marketplace, 33 Mill Plain Road
  3. Cheesecake Factory, Danbury Fair Mall, 7 Backus Ave.

NEW FAIRFIELD – SHERMAN AREA

Yelp’s Top 3 

  1. Reverie: Coffee & Craft Beer, 21 Front St., Patterson, NY
  2. McKinney & Doyle Fine Foods Cafe, 10 Charles Colman Blvd., Pawling
  3.  The American Pie Company, 29  Route 37, Sherman

Trip Advisor’s Top 3 New Fairfield & Sherman Area Brunch Spots

  1.  The American Pie Company, 29  Route 37, Sherman
  2. Sonny Side Up, 45 Padanaram Rd., Danbury
  3. Rosy Tomorrows, 15 Old Mill Plain Rd., Danbury

NEW MILFORD

Yelp’s Top 3 New Milford Brunch Spots 

  1.  The Green Granary, 84 Railroad St.
  2.  The Iron Rail, 10 Railroad St.
  3. Zaragoza Restaurant, 31 Bank St.

Trip Advisor’s Top 3 New Milford Brunch Spots

  1. The Green Granary, 84 Railroad St.
  2. Theo’s Downtown Diner, 14 Railroad St.
  3. Diner Luxe, 108 Danbury Rd.

NEWTOWN

Yelp’s Top 3 Newtown Brunch Spots 

  1. Farmhouse Restaurant, 43 S. Main St.
  2. Foundry Kitchen & Tavern, 1 Glen Rd.
  3. Eggs & Co., 71 S. Main. St.

Trip Advisor’s Top 3 Newtown Brunch Spots

  1. Foundry Kitchen & Tavern, 1 Glen Rd.
  2. Blue Colony Diner, 66 Church Hill Rd.
  3. Dere Street, 33 Main St.

REDDING AREA

Yelp’s Top 3 Redding Area Brunch Spots 

  1. Bailey’s Backyard, 23 Bailey Ave., Ridgefield
  2.  The Spinning Wheel, 109 Blackrock Tpke., Redding
  3.  The Redding Roadhouse, 406 Redding Rd., Redding

Trip Advisor’s Top 3 Redding Area Brunch Spots

  1. Wire Mill, 12 Old Mill Rd., Redding
  2.  The Spinning Wheel, 109 Blackrock Tpke., Redding
  3. Black Cat Grille, 58 Redding Rd., Redding

RIDGEFIELD

Yelp’s Top 3 Ridgefield Brunch Spots 

  1. Bailey’s Backyard, 23 Bailey Ave.
  2. SUCRÉ SALÉ, 109 Danbury Rd.
  3. The Hideaway Kitchen & Bar, 30 Grove St.

Trip Advisor’s Top 3 Ridgefield Brunch Spots

  1. Luc’s, 3 Big Shop Lane
  2. Bernard’s, 20 West Lane (Route 35)
  3. Little Pub, 59 Ethan Allen Hwy.

What do you think of their picks? Tell us in the comments.

We wish you a very Happy Passover season and a Happy Easter to you and yours!

Photo Credit: Wilheln Fyles, zzi, Pauline Kletti, Erica Bramham, duncan c, Faruk Ateş, Kevin Micalizzi, mrsapplegate via Flickr Creative Commons

Best Brunch Spots in Ridgefield

 

Screen Shot 2018-03-30 at 2.38.56 AMRIDGEFIELD, CT — Blueberry Blintzes, Eggs Benedict, Spinach Frittatas, Country Farm Pancakes…. is your mouth watering yet? Looking for a great spot to take the family for Easter Brunch or Passover? Here are the top three spots in Ridgefield, as ranked by Trip Advisor and Yelp users.

Yelp’s Top 3 Ridgefield Brunch Spots 

  1. Bailey’s Backyard, 23 Bailey Ave.
  2. SUCRÉ SALÉ, 109 Danbury Rd.
  3. The Hideaway Kitchen & Bar, 30 Grove St.

Trip Advisor’s Top 3 Ridgefield Brunch Spots

  1. Luc’s, 3 Big Shop Lane
  2. Bernard’s, 20 West Lane (Route 35)
  3. Little Pub, 59 Ethan Allen Hwy.

What do you think of their picks? Tell us in the comments.

We wish you a very Happy Passover season and a Happy Easter to you and yours!

Photo Credit: sushiesque via Flickr Creative Commons

Best Brunch in the Redding Area

 

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REDDING, CT — Eggs Benedict, Spinach Frittatas, Country Farm Pancakes…. is your mouth watering yet? Looking for a great spot to take the family for Easter Brunch or Passover? Here are the top spots in the Redding area, as ranked by Trip Advisor and Yelp users.

Yelp’s Top 3 Redding Area Brunch Spots 

  1. Bailey’s Backyard, 23 Bailey Ave., Ridgefield
  2.  The Spinning Wheel, 109 Blackrock Tpke., Redding
  3.  The Redding Roadhouse, 406 Redding Rd., Redding

Trip Advisor’s Top 3 Redding Area Brunch Spots

  1. Wire Mill, 12 Old Mill Rd., Redding
  2.  The Spinning Wheel, 109 Blackrock Tpke., Redding
  3. Black Cat Grille, 58 Redding Rd., Redding

What do you think of their picks? Tell us in the comments.

We wish you a very Happy Passover season and a Happy Easter to you and yours!

Photo Credit: Vegan Feast Catering via Flickr Creative Commons

Best Brunch Spots in the New Fairfield & Sherman Area

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NEW FAIRFIELD, CT — Fluffy Fruit-Topped Belgian Waffles, Spinach Frittatas, Country Farm Pancakes…. is your mouth watering yet? Looking for a great spot to take the family for Easter Brunch or Passover? Here are the top spots in the New Fairfield and Sherman area, as ranked by Trip Advisor and Yelp users.

Yelp’s Top 3 New Fairfield & Sherman Area Brunch Spots 

  1. Reverie: Coffee & Craft Beer, 21 Front St., Patterson, NY
  2. McKinney & Doyle Fine Foods Cafe, 10 Charles Colman Blvd., Pawling
  3.  The American Pie Company, 29  Route 37, Sherman

Trip Advisor’s Top 3 New Fairfield & Sherman Area Brunch Spots

  1.  The American Pie Company, 29  Route 37, Sherman
  2. Sonny Side Up, 45 Padanaram Rd., Danbury
  3. Rosy Tomorrows, 15 Old Mill Plain Rd., Danbury

What do you think of their picks? Tell us in the comments.

We wish you a very Happy Passover season and a Happy Easter to you and yours!

Photo Credit:Leo via Flickr Creative Commons

Best Brunch Spots in New Milford

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NEW MILFORD, CT — Belgian Waffles, Vegetable Omelets, Spinach Frittatas, Country Farm Pancakes…. is your mouth watering yet? Looking for a great spot to take the family for Easter Brunch or Passover? Here are the top spots in New Milford, as ranked by Trip Advisor and Yelp users.

Yelp’s Top 3 New Milford Brunch Spots 

  1.  The Green Granary, 84 Railroad St.
  2.  The Iron Rail, 10 Railroad St.
  3. Zaragoza Restaurant, 31 Bank St.

Trip Advisor’s Top 3 New Milford Brunch Spots

  1. The Green Granary, 84 Railroad St.
  2. Theo’s Downtown Diner, 14 Railroad St.
  3. Diner Luxe, 108 Danbury Rd.

What do you think of their picks? Tell us in the comments.

We wish you a very Happy Passover season and a Happy Easter to you and yours!

Photo Credit: Stijn Nieuwendijk via Flickr Creative Commons

Best Brunch Spots in Newtown

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NEWTOWN, CT — Fruit & Cheese Blintzes, Bacon, Sausage and Spinach Frittatas, Country Farm Pancakes…. is your mouth watering yet? Looking for a great spot to take the family for Easter Brunch or Passover? Here are the top three spots in Newtown, as ranked by Trip Advisor and Yelp users.

Yelp’s Top 3 Newtown Brunch Spots 

  1. Farmhouse Restaurant, 43 S. Main St.
  2. Foundry Kitchen & Tavern, 1 Glen Rd.
  3. Eggs & Co., 71 S. Main. St.

Trip Advisor’s Top 3 Newtown Brunch Spots

  1. Foundry Kitchen & Tavern, 1 Glen Rd.
  2. Blue Colony Diner, 66 Church Hill Rd.
  3. Dere Street, 33 Main St.

What do you think of their picks? Tell us in the comments.

We wish you a very Happy Passover season and a Happy Easter to you and yours!

Photo Credit: The Other Dan via Flickr Creative Commons