Treat your taste buds: Explore Sandy Hook restaurants
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Sandy Hook Restaurants
Sandy Hook Restaurants
King's Breakfast and Lunch blends the intimate charm of a family-owned restaurant with contemporary dishes that defy expectations. Usually, when guests set foot in a restaurant like this one they have a certain perception. The quaint decor and cozy dining area are immediately comfortable and diners at King's usually expect a lot of traditional breakfast meals to go along with that.
Kings, however, turns that idea on its head. The menu changes seasonally, depending on what fresh ingredients are available to the kitchen staff at the time. Some of the diverse menu options that have appeared in the past include pumpkin pancakes with walnuts, Cape Cod crepes made with Maryland crab cake and sautéed spinach, a Philly cheese steak omelet and even the monkey business, which is banana bread served French-toast style topped with fresh banana foster and warm maple syrup.More
Pub 25 is a gastro pub that offer a wide range of drinks along with its good line up of beer offers a nice hot meal for its customers. Pub 25 offers a light menu to go with the drink of your choice and has a Happy Hour to accommodate people who want to get the stress of work out.
Pub 25 is also a good place to bring your kids as the staff is helpful and the kids will enjoy the dishes on the menu. Offering a relaxing ambiance and a comfortable environment, it is also a good place to go and watch your favorite team in the NBA playoffs.More
Figs Wood Fired Bistro crafts inventive contemporary American cuisine with global influence, in its warm and relaxing eatery in Sandy Hook. For starters, the tapas-like small plates, such as the purple goat eggplant rolled with goat cheese and roasted tomatoes and drizzled with honey and the old school meatballs with shaved pecorino cheese make excellent appetizers. Some of Figs Wood Fired BistroÕs house specialty entrŽes include the grilled all natural filet mignon with porcini gorgonzola sauce, the kale pesto cod with polenta and the free range chicken with fig purŽe and gruyere cheese. Handhelds, such as the Captain Curtis crab cake sandwich topped with serrano pepper aioli and the wood-fired Tuscan pizza topped with artichokes, sundried tomatoes, olives, mozzarella and herbed cream cheese, are popular with diners.
Figs Wood Fired Bistro also hosts live music on Thursdays and weekday Òsocial hourÓ specials from 4-6 p.m.More
Sal e Pepe Contemporary Italian Bistro in Sandy Hook offers up the taste of elegantly cooked Italian dishes. The interior of the restaurant is warm and lively during the day and offers a touch of romance by candlelight at night. The atmosphere is inviting and the staff are always on point and friendly. Both the delectable dishes and the staff’s personality keep diners returning for more.
If you visit Sal e Pepe Contemporary Italian Bistro, be sure to try the fried calamari, seafood ravioli or New Zealand rack of lamb. There is also a children’s menu that features chicken parmigiana with penne, chicken tenders with fries and cheese pizzette, all of which your littles ones are sure to enjoy. Stop in at Sal e Pepe Contemporary Italian Bistro today for some relaxation and satisfying dishes.More
Toro is a Japanese and Chinese restaurant that serves a combination of traditional dishes, as well as modern choices, including sushi and hibachi bar options. Some of the more popular dishes on the Toro menu include tempura udon soup, deep fried chicken or shrimp sauteed with housemade sesame seed sauce, New York strip steak teriyaki, grilled beef rolled with scallions and shrimp with black bean sauce. Guests of Toro have the opportunity to sit and watch their meals being prepared right in front of them, or to have them delivered to their table in a traditional manner. The restaurant is designed to host both large dinner parties in the main dining room, but also has the capacity to host private functions.More
The Inn at Newtown is a popular taproom and bed and breakfast serving comforting and contemporary American cuisine in its inviting Newtown restaurant. For a delightful start to your meal, enjoy the sea scallop with puff pastry and a sherry mushroom cream sauce and the New Orleans shrimp sautŽed with Cajun spices. Some of The Inn at NewtownÕs specialty house entrŽes include the coq au vin chicken leg with roasted veggies, the grilled hanger steak served atop rosemary truffle potatoes in a red wine reduction and the grilled salmon in sage butter sauce. Diners also adore the sandwich offerings, such as the lobster grilled cheese with butter poached lobster, brie and white cheddar on grilled sourdough and fire roasted vegetable sandwich with mozzarella and balsamic dressing on Tuscan bread.
The Inn at Newtown also has an excellent selection of wine and craft beer to accompany your excellent meal.More