A Chill place, to stay after Office and relax your self whit jazz music. You must try the cesard salad and the desert.
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Went on a weekend trip to visit relatives in CT. We stopped in this place based on a review from the hotel we were staying at. Went for lunch on Sunday and Labor Day. Nice little place, main dining area is train caboose. They also...More
great friendly service food prepared well always have a theme based on time of year ex. St. Patties day/ Halloween, etc. live music is a plus hate to wait
Can get noisy when busy, and it's often busy. Outside seating in summer is very nice! Portions are large and prices are pretty fair considering. They have gluten free options and gluten free cheese bread which is fab. Waitstaff is attentive and friendly. Good for...More
Where to begin. It was noisy and dirty. The waitress asked if we wanted fries with out fettuccini. And it went down hill from there. The food was ugly, greasy, way over salted and without flavor. Service sucked.
Had to get the fisherman's chowder, again. This visit I finally tried one of their hamburgers. I like mine, very well done. They succeeded, singed the edges, and didn't dry it out! I had some melted Swiss cheese, and a great roll, and I'm getting...More
Whenever we go through Danbury, we must stop at Rosy's. The location is easy on and off the interstate, the parking is ample, and the food and service never disappoints. The atmosphere and awesome memorabilia make for a lighthearted fun meal. We have enjoyed dining...More
A good place to stop coming off the road (I84) with helpful, friendly service. The food is decent for family friendly dining with some fanciful twists. Decor is is colorful and you can tell that the restaurant has been a part of the community for...More
Limited menu, appetizers too expensive, entrees and sandwiches are best deal large portions good taste good bar service