A new American bistro near the heart of Sandy Hook featuring a wood-fired oven and open kitchen layout.
The…More owners said they try to get as much of the food locally sourced as possible, including produce, honey, McLaughlin Vineyard wines and Thomas Hooker beer. Much of the beer and pasta also is to be made on site.</p>
<p>The restaurant also offers a kids' menu and dessert case.</p>
<p>Initial reviews of the restaurant have generally been very positive.</p>
160 Main 160 S Main St, Newtown, CT06470 160 Main is a locally-owned and operated restaurant and lounge that serves seasonal American cuisine to customers in the…More Newtown area. The menu includes such items as steamed little neck clams, grilled chicken wrap, braised & pulled pork sandwich, fresh sauteed catfish fillets, seafood stuffed chicken, mini dumplings, pecan encrusted salmon fillet and seared duck breast. The bar features happy hour specials every weekday, including deals on food, wine and mixed drinks; private events can be hosted at 160 Main by contacting the restaurant over the phone or by email through the website.
Five Guys Burgers and Fries 255 S Main St, Newtown, CT06470 Five Guys Burgers and Fries is a bright and welcoming burger joint with food and service that are a cut above what…More you'll find at your local fast food franchise. The fries are freshly-cut and cooked in 100 percent peanut oil, and the burgers are prepared fresh daily from top quality beef. Whether you stop in for a quick lunch or a leisurely dinner with friends, a fun and filling repast is promised here.
Sandy Hook Organization for Prosperity (S.H.O.P.) Church Hill Rd & Washington Ave, Sandy Hook, CT06482 The Sandy Hook Organization for Prosperity (S.H.O.P.) is an organization of local businesses in the Sandy Hook Design…More District. The group focuses on projects and initiatives designed to revitalize and promote the area. The Sandy Hook Design District features a variety of fine shops and restaurants and is conveniently located off of I-84 and next to the Pootatuck River.
Newtown Newcomers & Neighbors Club 5 Commerce Rd, Newtown, CT06470 The Newtown Newcomers & Neighbors Club is open to new and longtime residents of Newtown, as well as non-residents.…More Its activities include children's playgroups, morning and evening book clubs, monthly restaurant reviews, movie nights, a walking group, bridge games and "coffee talks" held every other month for members to meet each other. The club also hosts annual events, including a shopping night featuring local businesses and a children's party for families.
A locally owned cafe overlooking the Pootatuck River in Sandy Hook. The shop serves a variety of drinks and features…More coffee beans that comes from a local roaster. Gelato, bagels, muffins, pastries and other items are sold.</p>
<p>This site was formerly the home of Mocha, a popular coffeehouse that folded earlier this year. New owners have re-opened under the name Demitasse.</p>
<p>The shop is located in a building, which dates to 19th century and once served as a blacksmith shop. It also features an outdoor deck.</p>
Newtown General Store 43 Main St, Newtown, CT06470 The Newtown General Store is an 1847 landmark in the center of town, chock full of vintage newspapers, antiques,…More local histories, knickknacks and tables for enjoying leisurely breakfast, lunch and midday pick-me-ups. The busy deli in the rear prepares a wide array of breakfast and luncheon specials.