Litchfield County: Happening in the Hills

Food

From small plates to market stalls, take-out, dig in at one
of these great local restaurants in the Litchfield Hills.

Bantam

Arethusa a Mano Bakery & Café

From bagels, cinnamon rolls, a variety of doughnuts, seasonal muffins, brioche rolls, chocolate and almond croissants, and a wide selection of baked goods are offered at  Arethusa a Mano Bakery & Café, the stylish small town café. All are made on the premises and pastries are baked several times a day and so are always fresh. For lunch there are soups, cheese & crackers, quiche with salad greens, panini sandwiches, and four types of salads.

The coffee comes from  Stumptown Coffee Roasters, a Brooklyn-based company that roasts high-quality beans, using sustainable methods. This is the reason that the coffee is so good, and why your Americano will taste like no other. Enjoy your visit in this upscale cafe.

 

833 Bantam Road, Bantam CT

860-361-6600

arethusafarm.com/a-mano

facebook.com/Arethusaamano/

Arethusa Al Tavolo

The small-plates trend is alive and well here at Arethusa Al Tavolo, but there are also plates to share. Chef Dan Magill has created a repertoire of delectable choices, like the meltingly tender scallops with pieces of pork belly, and the delicate tempura squash blossoms. Naturally, the superb butter and farmer’s cheeses are made at Arethusa Farm. For dessert, try the acacia honey-yogurt panna cotta or the delicious beignets. The wonderful wine and beer list (no mixed drinks) make perfect pairings. If you’re not in the mood to linger at a table, you can pull up a seat at the bar for wines by the glass, imported beer, and some thoughtful variations on a few classic comfort foods, such as a grilled cheese sandwich made with Arethusa cheese, heirloom tomatoes, smoked bacon, and béchamel sauce. Or a grilled hamburger with herbs, farmers cheese, homemade cumin-Sriracha mayonnaise, tomato jam, and pickled onions alongside a stack of hand-cut fries. It’s perfect for those who like to fit in a small dinner and a glass of wine either before or after heading over to Bantam Cinema to catch a movie. Open Thursday to Sunday, 5:30 to 9:30pm. Reservations required.


828 Bantam Road, Bantam CT

860-567-0043

arethusaaltavolo.com

Arethusa Farm Dairy Creamery

As soon as you enter Arethusa Farm Dairy Creamery, the cozy, historic, former Bantam firehouse, you are greeted by an array of comforting aromas from homemade waffle cones, gourmet cheeses, all natural milk, creamy yogurts and rich, freshly made ice cream. Arethusa’s farm-fresh products are made from milk produced by award-winning Holstein and Jersey cows. The creamery also offers seasonal products such as heavy cream, eggnog sold in old fashioned bottles, and a beguiling cranberry dark chocolate chunk ice cream and pumpkin swirl ice cream.

822 Bantam Road, Bantam CT

860-361-6600

www.arethusafarmdairy.com

Bantam Bread Company

Using only the best natural and organic ingredients, the bakers at Bantam Bread Company create a wide selection of artisan breads made from scratch and by hand. In addition to their irresistible breads, there’s also lattice pies, tea cakes, fruit tarts, assorted pastries as well as focaccias, biscotti, and an array of imported and regional cheese as well as sauces, vinegars, oils, teas and coffees. To further tantalize your taste buds, local products such as maple syrup, organic fruits and vegetables are also sold.

853 Bantam Road, Bantam CT

860-567-2737

www.bantambread.com

Bantam Market

Run by the owners of the highly popular, Northville Market in New Milford CT, Bantam Market has the same great offerings of top notch gourmet products, home baked goods, organic foods, hot bar of prepared foods, plus a seafood counter, including sushi made fresh daily. They take pride in carrying a wide range of wheat, dairy, and gluten free products. Check their website for weekly specials!

793 Bantam Road, Bantam CT

860-567-8647

www.northvillemkt.com

Bantam Pizza & Restaurant

Around the county there are lots of spots where you can find great old fashioned pizza at reasonable prices, but nothing quite like Bantam Pizza & Restaurant. At this local, homey and comfortable restaurant, one taste of their pizza and you’ll be sure to go back for more. Excellent service, polite staff, and a great central location.

768 Bantam Road, Bantam CT

860-567-8357

www.bantampizza.com

Wood’s Pit BBQ & Mexican Café

If you’re in the mood for barbecue or enchiladas followed by a cooling beverage, then this rustic eatery (where the hot-n-honey wings are particularly satisfying) is for you. Sip on a cold beer or a refreshing margarita before catching a film at the Bantam Theater next door.

123 Bantam Lake Road, Route 209
860.567.9869
www.woodspitbbq.com

Bethlehem

Oliva Café

Their Mediterranean inspired menu offers delicious, flavorful cuisine such as Moroccan Eggplant and Moroccan Chicken, as well as some of the finest, most creative pizza around. In warm weather, Al Fresco dining on the terrace is a real treat. Reservations recommended on the weekend.

Oliva’s On Main

15 Main Street South
(Route 61)
Bethlehem
203-266-5558
olivacafe.com

Bridgewater

The Bridgewater Village Store & Bistro

Celebrated for its heavenly homemade chocolates, this is a terrific place to enjoy breakfast, lunch, dinner, or to sip coffee, read the paper and get to know the locals. Found in the last remaining dry town in Connecticut, this village store and bistro epitomizes small-town living at its finest.

27 Main Street S.
860.354.2863

www.bridgewatervillagestoreandbistro.com

www.facebook.com/thebridgewatervillagestore

Cornwall

Cornwall Farmers’ Market

The Cornwall Farmers’ Market is open every Saturday from 9am – 1:00pm, between June – October. They sell local produce such as meats, veggies, dairy, baked goods, maple syrup, herbs, and flowers.

413 Sharon Goshen Turnpike, Cornwall 
860.671.1545
www.cornwallcoopfarmarket.com

Hurlburt Farm and Forestry

We are devoted fans of the local farm Hurlburt Farm and Forestry, which sells scrumptious ground beef for hamburgers. The proprietors do not utilize hormones or antibiotics on their cattle which is grass-fed and raised in Cornwall Hollow. If you have ample freezer space, it might be worth buying their beef by the quarter, half or whole cow.  Call ahead.

199 Lake Road
860.672.6725
www.hurlburtfarm.com

Falls Village (Canaan)

Rustling Winds Creamery

Rustling Winds Creamery is the place to go if you are in the mood for delicious, locally made, naturally produced cow and goats’ milk cheeses. All of their cheeses are made from natural ingredients and do not contain preservatives or additives. Hand cut and are priced per pound, Rustling Wind cheeses are sold in vacuum sealed packages. Along with cheeses the Rustling Wind Creamery sells jams, jellies, chutneys, pickles, relishes, maple products and goat milk soap. They also sell hand knit sweaters and hats made from their own sheep’s’ wool.

148 Canaan Mountain Road
860.824.7084
www.rustlingwind.com

The Falls Village Inn

Built more than 175 years ago and listed on the National Register of Historic Places, the Falls Village Inn was restored in 2010. The spacious, new dining room is large enough for parties or intimate for a romantic dinner for two. In the summer, you can choose to dine al fresco on their old-time porch. Serving fresh caught seafood and locally grown produce that changes seasonally, the Eatery offers a wide range of dishes (Fried Atlantic Oysters, Fish & Chips, Flat Iron Steak, Rustic Style Lemon Chicken, Short Rib Ragu, and Chicken Pot Pie) on their menu. The relaxed atmosphere in the Tap Room is perfect for enjoying a classic cocktail like The Falls Village Inn Old Fashioned made with small batch, locally-made Berkshire Bourbon; locally-sourced Grade A Certified Organic, 100% Pure Crown Maple Syrup; Angustura bitters; and muddled cherry, orange and lemon, served on the rocks. The bar menu includes the usual burgers, fries, and tasty sandwiches, but it also offers clam chowder, chicken pot pies, crab cakes, and grilled steaks. A friendly atmosphere, and delightful food and drink, it’s where the action is.
The Falls Village Inn is two hours and 15 minutes north of New York City or two hours and 30 minutes west of Boston. See our article on the Inn here.

For dining reservations, call: 860-824-0033

The Falls Village Inn
33 Railroad Street
Falls Village
860.824.0033
innkeeper@thefallsvillageinn.com
www. thefallsvillageinn.com

Goshen

Nodine’s Smokehouse

A leading manufacturer of gourmet smoked meats, poultry, fish, and cheeses, Nodine’s Smokehouse has a team of skilled artisans. They use real hardwood and apple pomace, and hand-craft their products in small batches. Their specialty products are found in upscale New York venues such as Citarella, Dean & Deluca, and Fairway Markets. Their old-world flavored bacon is worth the trip to scenic Goshen, as is their marvelous Cajun Andouille sausage. Your pampered canine will enjoy their gourmet dog treats.

39 North Street
860.491.4009
www.nodinesmokehouse.com

Thorncrest Farm and Milk House Chocolates

At Thorncrest Farm and Milk House Chocolates, Kimberly and Clint Thorn feed their cows the finest, sweetest hay and natural feed resulting in their signature cream milk and delicious artisanal chocolates, Milk House Chocolates. Made with fresh local orchard fruits, garden herbs, and honey. They also offer cheesemaking classes. Going to their barn to pick up some vanilla milk, chocolates for your hostess, and a quick tour of the barn to say hello to the cows is always a treat.

280 Town Hill Road, Goshen
860-309-2545
www.milkhousechocolates.net

Kent

Cozzy’s Pizzeria

A great place for a quick bite. They can be seen serving great casual pizza, wraps, appetizers, salads and more!

6 Kent Green Boulevard, Kent
860-927-1551
www.cozzyspizza.com
www.facebook.com/CozzyPizza

Fife ‘n Drum Restaurant & Inn

Dolph and Audrey Traymon opened the Fife ‘n Drum Restaurant on January 20, 1973. The Traymon family has maintained their personal commitment to fine food, music, and service for over four decades.

The menus and specials are constantly changing to reflect the seasons using local farms to provide ingredients whenever possible. Specialties of the House are prepared at table-side and include Caesar Salad for Two & Filet Mignon au Poivre. Fresh fish, pasta, and poultry round out the lunch and dinner menus. Full bar. Old school vibe.

53 N Main St., Kent
860-927-3509
www.fifendrum.com

frank. food company

frank. offers delicious, elevated home cooking in the center of Kent. Built around a celebration of community, frank. is tirelessly focused on all things local—local growers, local residents, and local events. Everyone is welcome to come in, grab some delicious homemade food, and stay awhile—or take it away. Open breakfast and lunch. Closed Tuesdays.

14 N Main St. Kent
860.592.0400
frankfoodco.com
www.instagram.com/frankway

J.P. Gifford Market & Catering

If you are strolling along Kent’s picturesque main drag, stop at J.P. Gifford Market & Catering, a popular gathering place, to indulge in a hot cup of coffee and an outstanding sandwich. Whenever possible, the proprietors buy locally grown products.  Their takeaway dishes are wonderful and the desserts, muffins and breads are baked on the premises each day. Full service catering.

12 North Main Street
860.592.0200
www.jpgifford.com

Kent Farmers’ Market

The Kent Farmers’ Market is open every Saturday from 9am – noon, between May 8 – October 10.

9 South Main Street, Kent
(Route 7)
860-592-0061
www.kentct.com/kent-farmers-market
www.facebook.com/KentCTFarmersMarket

Kent Pizza Garden

Born in 1970 from a couple’s passion to share authentic recipes from their family in Greece to local area residents. Serving much more than pizza, outdoor dining, and full bar.

Kent Pizza Garden
17 Railroad Street
860-927-3733
www.facebook.com/kentpizzagardenfoods

Kent Wine & Spirit

Owner Ira Smith has about 30 years’ experience in the wine industry and has created a friendly and relaxing environment where customers can find an unsurpassed selection of wines from all corners of the planet. KW&S has long been known for its selection of spirits and ales. A thorough wine and liquor selection. Weekend tasting events. Happy to give advice.

24 N. Main Street, Kent
860-927-3033
kentwine.com
facebook.com/kentwineandspirit

Kingsley Tavern

Take a break while shopping in Kent and grab a seat on the cozy, window-box-lined front porch. Southwestern American and South Asian offerings dot the menu, with a Saigon sandwich (think Bahn Mi) of pork belly, grilled shrimp, or tofu, and a Southwest Salad with grilled shrimp and fried tortilla strips. Even the Roasted Beet Salad with oranges and citrus vinaigrette takes a Latino turn with toasted pepitas.
Friendly owner Anna Gowan and Chef Charles Dietrich, use locally sourced meat and vegetables to keep it simple with great ingredients, and the menu tells you exactly where, say, that burger comes from (Hurlburt Farms). Closed Mondays.

14 North Main Street, Kent
860.592.0261
kingsleytavern.com

 

Shanghai Chinese Restaurant

Offers a wide array of authentic Asian Fusion Food, such as Curry Chicken, Hunan Beef, Szechuan Pork, Kung Po Shrimp and much more at this family run Chinese restaurant.

1 Landmark Lane, Kent
860-927-4809
shanghaiasianonline.com

Swyft Restaurant

A modern tavern in a historical setting, serving wood-fired, farm-driven pizzas, shareable small plates, and seasonal entrees that aim to both comfort and inspire. Working closely with nearby Rock Cobble Farm, the food at Swyft follows the flavors of the seasons. Wood-fired pizza, craft beers, natural wines, progressive small plates, in a casual fun atmosphere.

3 Maple Street, Kent
860.592.0404

orehillandswyft.com
www.instagram.com/swyftct/

Lakeville (Salisbury)

Deano’s Pizza

Stop by this casual yet classic pizzeria today and indulge in a few hot slices at Deano’s Pizza. They also have salads, calzones, strombolis, and speciality pizza.

24 Millerton Road, Lakeville
860-435-2299
deanospizza.net

Labonne’s Market

Labonne’s Market is an easy to navigate alternative to the mega grocery store. It has an impressive deli and a large selection of prepared foods (their sushi is fresh and made daily on the premises), as well as an excellent meat and fish department.

22 Academy Street
860.274.9631
www.labonnes.com

Pastorale Bistro & Bar

BUSINESS CLOSED

You’ll find yourself going back to the local favorite, Pastorale Bistro & Bar, for thick cut French toast and Eggs Benedict or for another hot, steaming bowl of mussels. The atmosphere is warm and casual with high-end food that tickles the palate.

223 Main Street
860.435.1011
www.pastoralebistro.com

Sweet William’s Bakery

Sweet William’s Bakery is the real deal. The folks here bake everything on-site and with everything made entirely from scratch using fresh, high-quality ingredients. An extensive selection of coffee is available, perfect with their baked goodies such as cookies, scones, muffins, biscuits, layer cakes, cheesecake, tarts, tea breads, biscotti, pound cake, pies, candied nuts, cupcakes and much more (are you full yet?).

19 Main Street
860.435.8889
www.sweet-williams.com

The Country Bistro

BUSINESS CLOSED

While The Country Bistro has a simple atmosphere, its delicious fare will not disappoint. The wheat berry tabouli with feta cheese is especially delightful. This small, charming bistro in the heart of Salisbury’s shopping area also has a full service bar. Irresistible desserts. Catering and takeout are available. Reservations suggested.

10 Academy Street
860.435.9420
www.thecountrybistro.com

The Woodland

Reservations are a must if you want to experience the excellent food at one of the area’s most popular, well-reputed restaurants, The Woodland. The menu is extensive and varied (for a thrill, try the sushi).  Fun bar scene. Impeccable service.

192 Sharon Road
860.435.0578
thewoodlandrestaurant.com

Whippoorwill Farm

Flavorful and lean grass-fed beef as well as pork and chickens are available at the well reputed Whippoorwill Farm, located on scenic Salmon Kill Road. No hormones or antibiotics are used. The beef is dry aged for full flavor and tenderness, then vacuum wrapped and frozen for freshness. They now accept credit cards. Call ahead to check when they are open.

189 Salmon Kill Road
860.435.2089
www.whippoorwillfarmct.com

Litchfield

Bohemian Pizza

Bohemian Pizza definitely does not have your average pizzeria interior! Everywhere you look, from ceiling to walls, your gaze is met with vintage record album covers, which, for many of us, will bring back a rush of memories (yes, the good, the bad and the ugly). The pizza is complete with a delicious combination of crispy crust, flavorful sauce and an array of generous and funky toppings. Also of importance: there is a large craft beer selection as well as much more! The folks at Bohemian Pizza make their own dough, pizza crust and bread. Fun, festive atmosphere. This inviting hang out is the perfect place to meet with friends and grab some hearty comfort food.

342 Bantam Road, Bantam CT

860-567-3980

bohemianpizza.com

Da Capo of Litchfield

Big enough to fall into without a reservation, serving delicious, way-above-average Italian food.

625 Torrington Road, Litchfield
860.482.6246
dacapolitchfield.com

Haight-Brown Vineyard

Haight-Brown Vineyards is Connecticut’s oldest winery, opening its doors in 1975. Located on historic Chestnut Hill, just one mile east of Litchfield Center, the winery is situated on ten pastoral acres. The tasting room includes a custom built wine bar for conducting wine tastings guided by the knowledge of their educated and friendly staff, an upstairs patio and downstairs terrace for sipping wine on lazy summer days, and two stone fireplaces for lingering during chilly ones. There is also a picnic grove for enjoying your own food with Haight-Brown wines, a cheese nook and retail area as well as several private rooms (Vine Room, Cask Room, etc) for a more intimate tasting or private party affair. The vineyard grows vinifera and hybrids including Chardonnay, Chardonelle, Marechal Foch, Dechaunoc, Marquette, and Seyval Blanc. Its current growing capacity has the ability to produce yields upwards of thirty-five tons annually. The tasting room is a lovely place to stop by and relax by the fireplace with a glass of wine. Check their site for cheese and chocolate pairing classes and tours of the vineyard.

29 Chestnut Hill Road
860.567.4045
haightvineyard@aol.com
haightvineyards.com

Hilljack Sugar Shack

Open 7 days a week, 8am-6pm. There are extended hours for sugaring season. Visitors are encouraged to stop by anytime. Free tours of facilities. School groups welcome. For tours larger than 7, please call ahead to schedule.

74 Wilson Road
860.482.6052
hilljacksugarshack.com

Litchfield Hills Farm-Fresh Market

The Litchfield Hills Farm-Fresh Market has a winter/spring location and a summer/fall location.

The Indoor Winter Market is open every Saturday from 10am – 1pm, between January 4 – June 7, at the Litchfield Community Center
421 Bantam Road

The Summer Market is open every Saturday from 10am-1pm, between June 15 – October 26, at Center School
125 West Street
litchfieldhillsfarmfresh-ct.org

Patty’s Restaurant

The service is quick and the food is fresh and tasty at this small, cheery restaurant that serves breakfast and lunch. Family style restaurant with friendly staff.  Call for hours. Gets busy on the weekends.

499 Bantam Road, Litchfield
860.567.3335
pattyslitchfield.com

Peaches n Cream

You’ll find a nice choice of homemade ice cream flavors at this retro style parlor. Delicious ice cream cakes.

632 Torrington Road, Litchfield
860.496.7536
peachesncreamicecream.com
facebook.com/Peaches-N-Cream

The Dutch Epicure Shop

The Dutch Epicure Shop is known region-wide for their European style pastries, breads, cookies and cakes made on the premises, German meats and sausages, Dutch and European cheeses, various fine teas, jams, chocolates from all over Europe, and of course Dutch food and Dutch groceries, this little shop couldn’t be more authentic or wonderful. Also to covet are their ever popular sandwich rolls, Prima Donna aged cheese, ham with rosemary and the bags of spaetzle, and mocha sticks. Their website provides video links showing how some of their culinary creations are made (when was the last time you whipped up a mean zuger kirsch torte?). To satisfy your craving for Dutch food, run, don’t walk, to this extraordinary shop.

491 Bantam Road
860.567.5586
www.dutchepicure.com

The Village Restaurant

Located on Litchfield’s green, the atmospheric and bustling Village Restaurant that features American pub food (burger, fish & chips, salads, etc.) for lunch and a comprehensive and varied dinner menu. The ambience is lively (due to the popular bar); should you require a more relaxed environment, there is an adjoining section that is quieter.

25 West Street
860.567.8307
www.village-litchfield.com

Tilden Seafood

Since there aren’t too many seafood markets in the region, make sure to get there early as selections are limited as the day goes on. The clambake bags are fun and include everything you need tied up in a bag for boiling a traditional New England-style clambake. Fresh seafood, special orders and catering.Their meat store is conveniently located next door if you are planning a surf and turf.

174 West Street
860.567.4400
www.tildensclambakes.com

West Street Grill

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A Litchfield staple – West Street Grill has been credited with revitalizing the Litchfield Green after opening in 1990. Elegant vibe, impressive food and service. Great people watching.

43 West Street
860.567.3885
www.weststreetgrill.com

Morris

Popey’s Ice Cream

A best kept secret among the locals, complete with swinging picnic tables outside and a no-frills interior café-style dinning space. It is a wonderful place to enjoy simple food (yummy ice cream as well as hamburgers, hot dogs, fries and onion rings), in a casual setting. It does get crowded on weekends.

7 West Street, Morris
860.567.0504
popeysicecreamshoppe.net

The Morris Marketplace

A place for family and friends to relax and enjoy a real working farm and embrace the area’s best local farmers, foodies, artisans, chefs, and musicians. Open every Sunday from 11am – 2 pm, between June 16 – November 3.

On the grounds of the registered
historic “Sam Paletsky Cattle Dealer Barn”
21 Higbie Road, Morris
(near the intersection of Routes 63 and 109)
southfarms.org/the-morris-marketplace-3/

West Shore Seafood

A fresh seafood market & eatery in Morris. Outdoor seating only. Perfect summer spot to get a lobster roll or fried clams. Bring a blanket and have yourself a family picnic next to the corn hole on the lawn.

449 Bantam Lake Road, Morris
860.567.8000
www.westshoreseafood.com

Winvian

The Winvian is upscale dining in a beautiful setting on the 113 acre resort. Seasonal, fresh ingredients grown in their garden. Save this place for a special evening.

155 Alain White Road
860.567.9600
www.winvian.com

New Hartford

New Hartford Farmers’ Market

Open every Friday from 4 – 7 pm, between May 21 – October 8.

Rte. 44 & Church St. New Hartford

Passiflora Tea Room & Herbal Shop

Passiflora Tea Room and Herbal Shop is nestled amongst other small businesses that dot the quiet Main Street in the town of New Hartford. The café offers over 100 teas, as well as light fare such as soups and sandwiches, smoothies, and desserts. Their foods are local-organic and they offer both vegan and gluten-free options.
Open Wednesday through Sunday, Passiflora Teas hosts live music, including open-mic night on Fridays. The business also sells locally-made art, crafts, and jewelry and offers a variety of nutritional supplements in its Herbal Apothecary.
You don’t have to travel to New Hartford to tour the shop. Google Maps offers an inside view of Passiflora Teas, tinyurl.com/pfodo96 allowing visitors to virtually explore the shop and café.
526 Main Street
860.379.8327
www.passiflorateas.com

West Hill Sugarhouse

West Hill Sugarhouse has maple syrup for sale year round. The Sugarhouse is open during the season. Small groups welcome. Call ahead. 

525 West Hill Road
860.379.9672

New Milford

Clamp’s

A roadside burger joint that was established in 1939 (little has changed since, other than SUVs barreling past) that cooks up a plethora of authentic and regional summertime food. Try the scrumptious burgers with fried onions. Quick and friendly service, outdoor seating but also great for roadside pick up! A classic staple that would be a shame to miss.

518 Litchfield Road, New Milford
860-355-5769
facebook.com/pages/Clamps/

Dagwoods New American Lounge

Offers specialty nachos, sandwiches, burgers, fried chicken, and barbecue pulled pork sandwiches. One of the most popular flatbread pizzas on the menu, features pistachios, goat cheese, mozzarella, truffle oil, and honey. Hungry restaurant goers will also be dazzled with three different kinds of mussels, ranging from Belgian, French, and House- style. Wines and craft beers are also on the menu, as well as specialty cocktails. Stop by this trendy yet traditionally styled lounge today for a hearty and flavorful meal! Reservations are needed for parties of more than four. Takeout always available!

300 Kent Rd, New Milford 
860.915.0215
dagwoodslounge.com

Executive Cuisine

Everything is made with fresh ingredients at Executive Cuisine, a corporate flight catering, wedding catering and a gourmet deli. Their somewhat bland, generic name belies the fact that this is a top notch venue that offers a wide selection of prepared sandwiches and salads as well as items from local purveyors, sophisticated entrees, sides and desserts. Specials are offered daily as well as custom menus that can be catered to your liking.

12 Elm Street
860.350.4884
www.executivecuisinect.com

Great Brook Sugarhouse

Operated by The Youth Agency, the Great Brook Sugarhouse is open to the public and syrup is sold year round. Educational tours of the sugaring operation are available. Call for info and availability. Open house weekends, which include displays of early sugaring techniques, are held during March. Call ahead for dates and time. 

140 Park Lane
(Route 202)
860.354.0047

La Piccolina

Cozy authentic northern Italian restaurant. Uses fresh locally grown ingredients to give the best experience. Chef has been in the Italian restaurant business for over 25 years.

27 Main Street, New Milford
860.210.9669
lapiccolinact.com

Lucia Ristorante

Lucia Ristorante is an authentic Italian restaurant that can be a bit pricey, but the meals are high quality and the setting pleasant. Our favorite dish is their homemade cavatelli baresse with broccoli rabe, Italian sausage, slivered garlic & extra virgin olive oil. Impressive wine selection. Banquet and catering services.

51 Bank Street
860.355.5100
www.luciaofnewmilford.com

New Milford Farmers’ Market

The New Milford Farmers’ Market is open every Saturday from 9 am – 12 noon, between May 11 – October 27.

Town Green
1 Main Street
New Milford
www.localharvest.org/new-milford-farmers-market

Northville Market

Northville Market has fresh produce, gluten free foods, organic meats, and a take out deli. This grocery store is the best in the lower corner. Progenitor to the Bantam Market.

860.799.4015
301 Litchfield Rd
www.northvillemkt.com

Salsa

CLOSED
Fresh, authentic, Southwestern fare is can be found at the pleasant Mexican hot spot Salsa. Burritos, fajitas, tacos are all home-made hits. They also have a full bar (margaritas, anyone?).

31 Bank Street
860.350.0701
www.salsarestaurantct.com

Thai Charm

The Thai Charm restaurant offers traditional Thai dishes. From appetizers, soups and salads, to Thai curries, Vegetable dishes, Fried Rice, and Noodles. The dining rooms are pleasant and fill up quickly during dinner. Takeout is also available.

Thai Charm
218 Kent Road
New Milford
860.799.5271

www.thaicharmct.com

The Green Granary

Using local farms, markets, and bread makers to provide artisan foods. Quality local ingredients, organic/non-gmo and sustainable.

84 Railroad St., New Milford
860.799.7405
greengranary.com

The Iron Rail

Original hand carved mahogany bar from 1902. Serving burgers, salads, family friendly food.

10 Railroad St., New Milford
860.799.5606
theironrail.com

Upper Crust Cucina

The prosciutto and fig pizza; roasted eggplant pizza; and the goat cheese and spinach ravioli are some of our favorite dishes at the Northern Italian style family restaurant Upper Crust Cucina. Pasta is house-made; they also have gluten-free pizza. Catering and private parties. Take out is available.

860.350.0006
373 Litchfield Road
www.theuppercrustcucina.com

New Preston

Hopkins Vineyard

Gourmet morsels, and local wines served overlooking Lake Waramaug.

25 Hopkins Rd., New Preston
860.868.7954
hopkinsvineyard.com

The Owl Wine Bar

With new business partner Ryan Cangello, The Owl wine bar has recently been renovated and expanded. No stranger to the food and wine industry, John Bourdeau is a restaurateur with extensive experience in wines. Seating about 20 people inside and another 20 outside on the patio, the intimate atmosphere is inviting especially with the wood burning fireplace. In addition to a wide selection of wines, they serve spiced nuts, citrus rosemary olives, cheese and charcuterie, as well as seasonal small plates. They have monthly events like wine tastings and pairing classes, as well as live music on the patio. See our article on The Owl HERE. Open Wednesday – Friday: 4 – 9 pm; Saturday and Sunday: 1 – 9 pm. However, the wine bar will stay open if customers are still there.

18 East Shore Road, New Preston
860-619-0585
owlnewpreston.com

 

New Preston (Washington)

Anne Gallagher Catering

Dubbed “the Alice Waters of the Northwest Corner,” Anne Gallagher Catering has been creating culinary masterpieces for the region for years. An advocate of helping to bring fresh, locally grown foods to the area school’s lunch program, Anne is one of the founders of the Plow to Plate program, an initiative that combines hospital leadership and community-based programs to promote local foods and agriculture as a means to well-being and disease prevention. Using seasonal, local and organic foods, Anne will create original menus to suite each occasion, from cocktail parties, weddings, to dinner parties.

860-921-8304

contact annegallagher24@gmail 

www.plowtoplate.org

annegallaghercatering.com

Community Table

Located in Litchfield County close to Washington Depot and New Preston, Community table aims to express its passion for the region through food, wine, and hospitality. Community table is a place to meet with friends, celebrate, or dine solo. CT, as it is commonly referred to, is as acclaimed for its food and cocktails, as it is for its chic relaxed environment.

Chef Paul Pearson of Yorkshire, England joins Managing Partner Joann Makovitzky of NYC and The Anderson family in welcoming you to share in their vision of country dining in the Litchfield Hills. An outdoor seating area has been created for COVID-19.

223 Litchfield Turnpike, New Preston
860.868.9354
communitytablect.com

Nine Main Bakery & Deli

The Nine Main Bakery & Deli offers a variety of fresh breads, homemade pastries as well as reasonably priced (and satisfying) breakfast and lunch sandwiches. In the summer they do Mexican nights. Check in for details.

860.868.1879

Sweeets

Yes, Sweeets is the correct spelling. Indulge in confections from this quaint little shop where candies and chocolates from all over the world abound. Moreover, the exquisite packaging makes these treats ideal gifts. For true nostalgic pleasure, try the old-fashioned penny candy or handmade marshmallows.

13 East Shore Road
860.868.3388

The Smithy

Situated in New Preston Village’s former blacksmith shop, it is located in a charming and meticulously rebuilt two-story barn. The market prides itself on supporting local farms and businesses from within a 70-mile radius, showcasing fresh-picked produce and small batch specialty foods, using sustainable, organic practices whenever possible. Upstairs from the shop is the Loft Gallery where guests can enjoy regularly rotating art exhibits, wine and cheese receptions, live music and a cozy space for the community to gather and connect.

10 Main Street, New Preston
860.868.9003
thesmithystore.com

The White Horse Country Pub

Traditional English pub food (AKA true comfort food) is had at the popular, classic, family style White Horse Country Pub. Enjoy a juicy hamburger with a glass of Old Speckled Hen and you’ll never want to leave this cozy restaurant. They serve excellent chicken pot pie, shepherd’s pie, fish and chips, and delectable onion soup. In warm weather, it’s fun to sit outside on their patio that’s poised over a river or, conversely, warm up near their fireplace when the weather turns chilly. They offer a good brunch. A lively bar scene. It can get busy, so it would be prudent to make reservations, especially on weekends.

258 New Milford Turnpike
860.868.1496
www.whitehorsecountrypub.com

Unsurpassed Chocolate Sauce

Unsurpassed Chocolate Sauce is an artisanal Chocolate Sauce made in Litchfield County. This confection, created with premium ingredients and available in flavors such as Classic, Dark, Dark with Ginger, and Classic with a Hint of Mint is the stuff of true romance. Unsurpassed is made from a generations old recipe with roots in the South by local resident Vi Owens, who took her mother’s recipe and has now added a little touch of her own. The chocolate sauce is first heated up in a sauce pan filled with water, heated to a boil, and then  drizzled over ice cream. As it hits the ice cream, it hardens making a delicious crunch. Other ways to indulge in a jar of Unsurpassed: drizzle over pecan, apple or pumpkin pie; dip pretzels in the warm sauce and then roll in candied sprinkles; pour over pound cake and top with nuts; and dip fresh strawberries in the warm sauce and let harden before serving. A gift set of four 4-ounce jars, one of each flavor is also available.

Available at:
Nine Main in New Preston,
The Pantry in Washington,
Averill Farm in New Preston
(during apple season), and
Hidden Valley Eatery in Washington
Or by special order, contact Vi Owens:
suthnr45@mac.com

Norfolk

Anstett’s Sugar Farm

The Anstett family welcomes you to tour the Anstett’s Sugar Farm, which has specialized in maple syrup for the past 30 years. Check the web site for hours and boiling times during the months of January through April. Hours are by appointment only during the off season; call to schedule a time. Contact them now for a taste of some of northwest Connecticut’s finest maple syrup! 

542 East Greenwoods Road, Norfolk CT

860-542-5013

www.AnstettsMapleSyrup.com

Norfolk Farmers’ Market

The Norfolk Farmers’ Market is open every Saturday from 10 am – 1 pm, between May 18 – October 12.

Town Hall
19 Maple Avenue
Norfolk
norfolkfarmersmarket.org

Plymouth

Litchfield Hills Blueberry Farm

A family owned and operated farm since 1998. They have over 12,000 Highbush blueberry bushes nestled on a 30 acre hillside where you can pick your own blueberries.

23 Schrowback Road, Plymouth
860.283.9571
litchberry.com

Tonn’s Orchard

Orchard is set on over ten acres of land. It is easy walking for any age. You can pick your own apples, peaches, plums, pumpkins, and flowers.

270 Preston Road, Terryville
860.585.1372
tonnsmarketplace.com/home

Roxbury

Greyledge Farm

A well-reputed farm that sells a wide range of top notch cuts and meats. Specializing in all-natural, pasture-raised Black Angus beef, pork from heritage hogs and free-range poultry, Greyledge Farm’s products are known for their quality and exceptional flavor. Their loyal customers are willing to pay a bit more for Greyledge Farm’s products because they know that producing grass-fed, rotationally grazed cattle, pigs and chickens requires considerably more work and time than conventional farm practices. Antibiotics, steroids, or growth hormones are not used at the farm. The importance of land preservation, renewable energy, sustaining local agriculture and observing best farm practices is embraced and practiced at Greyledge Farm.

17 Berry Road, Roxbury
860.350.3203
greyledgefarm.com

Mamie’s

The next time you’re hankering for a helping of delectable buttermilk pancakes or French toast, then the small, rustic and chic restaurant Mamie’s is for you. It’s a wonderful place to have breakfast with fresh, tasty omelets served with homemade bread. Patrons will stop by to stock up on Mamie’s homemade baked goods that are all fresh and made on the premises. Mamie’s has a nice lunch menu as well. They have an outside eating area with picnic tables. Pleasant, attentive staff.  Dinner is available on weekends and can be a bit pricey. Reservations are recommended.

162 Baker Road
860.210.0618
www.mamiesrestaurant.com

Salisbury

Salisbury Farmers’ Market

A seasonal open air market offering a wide range of locally raised meats, sausages, vegetables and flowers, many kinds of breads, desserts, jams, and much more. Open every Sunday from 10 am – 2 pm.

In front of Chaiwalla
Where Routes 41 and 44 split
860.435.2838
farmersmarketonline.com/fm/SalisburyFarmersMarket.html

Sharon

Paley’s Farm Market

This family run farm has been around for more than 30 years and has developed from a simple road side farm stand selling locally grown produce to a full scale, extensive garden center, farm market and fine food market. They grow their own corn, tomatoes, lettuce, potatoes, squash; and they also sell locally produced berries, milk and dairy products, cheese, home-baked breads, pies, jellies, and honey.

230 Amenia Road
860.364.0674
www.paleysfarmmarket.com

Sharon Farm Market

They sell seafood (sushi rolls are plentiful and fresh), bakery (baguettes are the best around), meat, pizza, deli, organic produce, cut fruit, and flowers.

10 Gay Street
860.397.5161

Southbury

Evergreen Inn & Tavern

Connecticut’s oldest inn with a pub and farm to table restaurant.

782 Main Street North, Southbury
203.586.1876
evergreeninnsouthbury.com

Thomaston

Thomaston Farmers’ Market

The Thomaston Farmers’ Market is open every Thursday from 2:30 – 6 pm, between July 11 – October 17.

Seth Thomas Park
100 South Main Street
(Route 6)

nwctfarmersmarkets.com

Torrington

Brothers and Sons Sugarhouse

The Brothers and Sons Sugarhouse is a great local sugarhouse that is open year round! Free tours available to watch syrup being made during the winter months, February through March. All visits are free, call ahead and book an appointment today! Brothers and Sons Sugarhouse is also accessible to the handicapped. Groups welcome!  

998 Saw Mill Road, Torrington CT 

860-489-2719

facebook.com/pages/Brothers-Sons-Sugar-House

 

Marzano Pizza

Tucked away in the shadows of department stores and fast-food joints, you’ll find this wonderful pizzeria that sells consistently good, thin crust, piping hot pizza made from fresh ingredients. Once you taste their wood-fired authentic Neapolitan pizza, you’ll think you’re in Italy. Beer and wine is also sold at this hidden gem that’s worth the trek to the strip mall. Exceptional pizza and yummy salads.

1929 East Main Street
860.618.0875
www.pizzeria-marzano.com

The Venetian Restaurant

Nestle into a cozy booth and savor fresh, homemade pasta (made on the premises from old family recipes from Abruzzo) at the well established Italian Venetian Restaurant. Their ravioli, seafood risotto, and Caesar salad are particularly outstanding. The decor is formal and picturesque with large murals of Venice, upholstered booths, a tin ceiling, and stylish, old-fashioned light fixtures. A good place to linger over your meal with a glass of wine and good conversation. Nice salads. Prix fixe dinner is available. Reservations required on weekends.

52 East Main Street
860.489.8592
www.thevenetianrestaurant.com

Torrington Farmers’ Market

The Torrington Farmers’ Market is open every Tuesday from 3 – 6 pm, and every Saturday from 10 am – 1 pm, between June 1 – October 26.

St. Paul’s Lutheran Church
37 Charles St.

Torrington
nwctfarmersmarkets.com

Warren

Hopkins Inn Restaurant

A large flagstone terrace overlooking beautiful Lake Waramaug makes for a romantic evening at the Austrian Hopkins Inn Restaurant. The wait staff is dressed in traditional Austrian garments, giving the ambiance a festive (or kitschy, depending how you look at it) feel. In cooler weather, you can enjoy your Wiener schnitzel with a glass of wine from the comfort of a Victorian dining room that offers a panoramic view of the lake. They also have a Tavern Room where you can sit by a roaring fire and leisurely sip on a rather satiating Hofbrau Hefe Weizen. The outdoor terrace is the real attraction here because of the beautiful views of the lake.

22 Hopkins Road
860.868.7295
www.thehopkinsinn.com

Hopkins Vineyard

In 1979, Bill and Judith Hopkins transformed their dairy farm into the Hopkins Vineyard, one of the first in what has become a thriving Connecticut industry. Since then, it has consistently produced award-winning whites, reds and sparkling wines. Hopkins Vineyard grows 11 varieties of grapes. Take a tour, sample the wine, and browse in the wine shop. Gorgeous location overlooking Lake Waramaug. Check out their wine festivals, new wine releases, yoga at the vineyard, and live entertainment.

22 Hopkins Road, Warren
860.868.7295
hopkinsvineyard.com

Warren General

Delicious breakfast and lunch, deli sandwiches and salads, take away entrees and specialty and staples grocery. Located at the Crossroads of Litchfield County, this gem of a store offers great coffee and food all day, every day. And Friday nights are Pizza Nights! Open from 6:30 am to 6 pm Monday through Thursday, Fridays from 6:30 am to 8:00 pm, Saturday from 7 am to 5 pm and Sundays from 8 am to 3 pm. Eat In or Take Out, perfect for all your country adventures.

10 Cornwall Road, Warren
860-868-3354
warrengeneral.com

Washington

Dutton’s Sugarhouse

Visitors can come to Dutton’s Sugarhouse to watch sap collection and syrup being made during February and March. Groups always welcome. Call ahead. 

28 Sunny Ridge Road
860.868.0345

G.W. Tavern

If you want to enjoy fine, casual dining in an 1850 Colonial home located off the beaten track, then the G.W. Tavern is the spot for you. Whether its summer dining on a flagstone patio overlooking a river, or winter dining beside a floor-to-ceiling fieldstone fireplace, you will be sure to relish their seasonal specialties (fiddleheads and soft shells in the warm months to game and fowl throughout the winter). Surrounded by hand painted murals of the old town and farms, the interior is cozy, romantic, and comfortable and is a wonderful place to enjoy traditional American fare accompanied by either a specialty draft or bottled beer, or a glass of wine from their extensive wine list. Brunch is a big hit at the G.W. Live music. Weekly specials. Catering and full take out menu available. Reservations are strongly recommended.

20 Bee Brook Road, Washington Depot
860.868.6633
gwtavern.com

Hidden Valley Eatery

CLOSED.

At Hidden Valley Eatery, the food is good, the atmosphere casual, and the staff is friendly. This is a great meet-up place for breakfast and lunch. Also open for dinner on Fridays and Saturdays only. Their fresh juices are delicious. So is the pizza and their baked goods. They offer gluten-free, vegetarian and vegan options. Take prepared foods to go, or stay and enjoy.

88 Bee Brook Road
Washington
860.619.0660
www.hiddenvalleyeatery.com

Marty’s

Marty’s serves breakfast, salads, sandwiches, soups and a nice variety of beverages, including smoothies, frappes, an impressive selection of unusual bottled sodas, and various coffees and tea. But that’s not all…. at Marty’s you can kick back, get comfortable, and utilize their free Wi-Fi internet.

6 Green Hill, Route 47
860.868.6094
www.seeyouatmartys.com

Mayflower Inn & Spa Tap Room

The Mayflower Inn & Spa Tap Room is adjacent to the dining room and offers first-rate pub style meals such as steamed mussels, grilled vegetable terrine, and organic salmon (their hamburgers are scrumptious). On weekends you can relax with a well-deserved martini and drift away to the sounds of a virtuoso piano player.

118 Woodbury Road, Route 47
860.868.9466
mayflowerinn.com

Norimaki

It’s hard to find authentic, well prepared, creatively envisioned Japanese food, all of which (and more) has been achieved by Norimaki. This small restaurant with a lot of ambiance serves fresh, high-quality food made on the premises. Their sushi, yuzu cha tea, sansai udon, and their large shumai dumplings are off the charts. Excellent service. Reservations are recommended on weekends.

4 Green Hill Road
860.868.0555

The Pantry

Known for its cheeses and catering, The Pantry is a big hit with the locals and is frankly, one of the best places for a delicious lunch and for take away. They serve breakfast foods, lunch and afternoon tea. An enticing display of baked goods like muffins, pies, cakes, and cookies can be found at the front counter. They also carry a great selection of gift items like olive oils, kitchenware, linens, and dishes. Their catering service is legendary. Best baguettes around.

5 Titus Road, Washington Depot
860.868.0258
thepantryct.com

The Smithy

Situated in New Preston Village’s former blacksmith shop, it is located in a charming and meticulously rebuilt two-story barn. The market prides itself on supporting local farms and businesses from within a 70-mile radius, showcasing fresh-picked produce and small batch specialty foods, using sustainable, organic practices whenever possible. Upstairs from the shop is the Loft Gallery where guests can enjoy regularly rotating art exhibits, wine and cheese receptions, live music and a cozy space for the community to gather and connect.

10 Main Street, New Preston
860.868.9003
thesmithystore.com

Waldingfield Farm

Waldingfield Farm is an organic vegetable farm in its 25th year growing certified organic vegetables. Their heirloom tomatoes are superb! They currently grow on approximately 25 acres and service Litchfield County, Fairfield County, and New York city through farmers markets, restaurants, stores and via their CSA program. Their East Street farm stand is open June through October. Their CSA program runs from June to October. They also sell their own food products, including two types of pasta sauces and their famous Bloody Mary mix, which are sold throughout the county, state and New York.

24 East Street
Washington
860.898.0438
www.waldingfieldfarm.com

Washington Depot Farmers’ Market

Features fresh fruit, vegetables, and meats from local farms. The season starts in June and runs until November. Open every Saturday from 10 am – 1 pm.

1 Green Hill Road, Washington Depot
explorewashingtonct.com/things_to_do/washington-farmers-market

Watertown

Roma Ristorante

Located in Watertown, Roma Ristorante offers authentic Italian food, handcrafted and served in generous portions. They aim to provide each guest a unique and memorable experience. They have been voted the best Italian in Connecticut 2017, 2018, 2019, and 2020.

 

Roma Ristorante

179 Davis Street

Oakville, CT

860-274-2558

Watertown Farmers’ Market

The Watertown Farmers’ Market is open every Saturdays from 9 am – 1 pm, between July 13 – October 5.
(no market on 9/21)

Library Parking Lot
470 Main Street
Watertown

Winsted

Winsted Farmers’ Market

The Winsted Farmers’ Market is open every Friday from 3 – 6 pm, between June 28 – September 13.

East End Park
1 Park Place
Winsted

Woodbury

Dottie’s Diner

Dottie’s Diner, a vintage-inspired diner, is one of the best breakfast spots in the northwest corner. Enjoy perfect poached eggs, sausage, crispy potatoes, and a hot cup of coffee. Known for their delicious donuts, you can buy a dozen to take home. The place is always packed, but waiting times aren’t long. The staff is always cheerful and quick to respond to any request. It’s a great place to meet up with friends for breakfast, lunch, or dinner. Open at 6am every day except Sunday, when they open at 7am. They stay open for dinner until 8:30pm on Tuesdays through Fridays.

740 Main Street South
Middle Quarter MallWoodbury
203.263.2516
www.dottiesdiner.com

El Camión

El Camión serves award winning tacos and burritos, using locally grown produce. People line up for their fresh, healthy foods with bold flavors. Credit cards accepted.

308 Sherman Hill Rd, Woodbury
917.608.8484
www.el-camion.com

Flanders Nature Center Maple Sugar House

Each year Flanders Nature Center taps and collects sap in February and March from dozens of trees at the nature center and around town. They have a lovely sugar house, Flanders nature Center Maple Sugar House, which is open for tours.

5 Church Hill Road, Woodbury
203.263.3711
flandersnaturecenter.org

Good News Café

Carole Peck’s focus on fresh, local ingredients coupled with exquisite meal presentation and impeccable wait staff, has made Good News Café a mecca for those who know what truly good food is all about. Examples of what you might find at this first rate restaurant include scrumptious seasonal (and vegetarian) dishes (wonderful soups and salads), unusual and intriguing dishes such as mixed game grille, consisting of quail, venison and wild boar. The interior is comfortable and elegant. The walls are decorated with an ever changing art exhibit. A must if you are in the area. Reservations.

694 Main Street South
203.266.4663
www.good-news-cafe.com

John’s Café

If a culinary adventure is what you’re looking for, head to John’s Café. This popular restaurant, situated in historic Woodbury, the antiquing capital of Connecticut, features fresh, innovative New American dishes, some with a Mediterranean flair. The Crispy Shoestring French Fries with White Truffle Oil and Parmigiano Cheese make a great starter, especially if you’re in sharing mode. The Mozzarella Bruschetta with Avocado, Pancetta, and Basil (with house-made mozzarella) is a light, savory appetizer, and the Steamed Prince Edward Island Mussels with Applewood-Smoked Bacon, Hot Cherry Peppers, Garlic, and White Wine give you a pitch-perfect combination of tastes, both land and sea. With three kinds of delectable pizzas, as well as New England clam chowder, authentic Italian pasta dishes, and tasty seasonal salads, John’s can please just about any crowd you round up. Whether you order family style, choose the prix fixe special (appetizer, entrée, and dessert), or go with two appetizers and dessert, the friendly staff will make sure you’re happy. And don’t forget to try the dynamite house-made Limoncello, an Italian lemon liqueur—guaranteed to light up your night.

693 Main Street South,Woodbury
203.263.0188
johnscafe.com

Labonne’s Market

With the feel of a larger supermarket, yet with the intimacy of a grocery store, Labonne’s Market manages to straddle the two by providing a well-organized shop where you can buy a range of foods. Their meat and fish department is extensive, with a large selection of prepared foods at their deli. They have a wide variety of made to order gift baskets starting at $25 and they can provide local delivery. They also sell fresh sushi made daily on the premises. Fairly nice bakery section.

238 Main Street South
203.263.1940
www.labonnes.com

New Morning Natural & Organic

We’ve all been waiting for New Morning Natural & Organic to move to their new, expanded location and it’s finally happened. You can pretty much find anything you are looking for if you are in the market for organic and natural foods, supplements, gifts, all natural skin care products, prepared foods, bulk grains, seeds and nuts, fresh produce, eco-friendly products, meats, and baked goods. Check their website for daily specials of ready-to-eat natural and organic foods served at The Provender, their prepared foods counter. They offer a range of classes and lectures as part of their mission to educate people on achieving a sustainable, healthy lifestyle (again, check their website as some of these classes require a fee and registration).

129 Main Street North
203.263.4868
www.newmorn.com

Ovens of France

If you appreciate tasty, fresh breads, pastries, pies, tarts, then you have reached the heavenly Ovens of France. They also make daily soups and great coffee. Most people tend to pick up the goodies and bring them home, but if you want to relax and indulge, you can sit at a table outside and savor a cup of fresh brewed coffee (their cappuccino is the best!) and a freshly made croissant.

660 Main Street South, Woodbury
203.263.2540
ovensoffrancect.mymobisite.us

Woodbury Farmers’ Market

The Woodbury Farmers’ Market is open every Wednesday from 3 – 6 pm, from July 7 to September.

717 Main Street South, Woodbury
203.263.2175
facebook.com/wdbyfarmmarket

Woodbury Sugarshed

The Woodbury Sugarshed is open to the public. Saturdays and Sundays from the end of February through the end of March for maple syrup demonstration hours, 1 p.m. to 5 p.m. Open daily year round. Phone ahead.  

41 Washington Road
203.263.4550
info@thefarmwoodbury.com
www.woodburysugarshed.com

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