Quality Inn & Suites
395 Winsted Road
Torrington, CT 06790
Phone: (860) 496-8808
Fax: (860) 496-8520
395 Winsted Road, Torrington, CT, US, 06790
- Phone: (860) 496-8808
- Fax: (860) 496-8520
Bars & Cafes
While visiting Torrington, drop in at Backstage for an evening filled with delectable food and great music performances. The menu features classic American favorites of mac and cheese, pot pies, meat loaf, steaks, roasted chicken, salads, sandwiches and more. Featuring 24 draft beers on tap, around 100 bottled beers and an extensive variety of cocktails and wines, this is a great place to drop in for a drink. Every night you will enthralled with a live performance.
Snapper Magee's is a quintessential neighborhood bar. With arguably the best jukebox in town, yesteryear classics give this place an old-school appeal. Play a game of foosball or darts while enjoying great drinks on offer. Their root beer vodka deserves a special mention. On Saturdays, this place draws in the crowds for live gigs by local and emerging bands. Punk, rock and alternative genres dominate the music scene.
A traditional tea room, serving organic food with over 160 of the finest bulk teas and herbs.
Located within the Shoppes at Farmington Valley, Dish n' Dat is a great place to drop in for breakfast, lunch or dinner. The menu boasts of local favorites like burgers, salads, wings, fries, tacos, sandwiches, wraps and more. They offer a vast range of burgers; popular favorites of the regulars are The Big Daddy Fatty Burger and Junkyard Dog Burger, both are generously filled with meat and cheese. Those visiting this place for breakfast can give their pancakes and omelet a shot.
After the success of Ginza in Bloomfield and Feng in Hartford, the Chen brothers: Aaron, John and William opened Feng Asian Bistro in Canton in 2009. The menu features a vast variety of seafood preparations that are special to Japan. Sushi lovers can devour on fresh made concoctions at the sushi bar. Guests can also try out the sashimi made from eel, crab, urchin and shrimp. A hibachi meal will give you the opportunity to watch your skilled chef in action. Located within The Shoppes at Farmington Valley, Feng is a great place to drop in for a relaxing break.
A part of the Infinity Music Hall & Bistro, located within the Norfolk Historic District, Infinity Bostro is a great place to grab a quick refreshing meal before a concert. The menu which changes seasonally, features American favorites like sandwiches, salads, steaks, jambalaya and more. The executive chef Dan Fortin loves giving these classic dishes, his own special touch. Those who would like a light bite can order smaller portions. Complement your food with a beer, cocktail or martini from their well stocked bar.
Located on Hartford Road in close proximity to the Still Brook, Abigail's Grille and Wine Bar is a transformed tavern from the 18th Century. The restaurant offers American cuisine that have continental flavors blended in. Choose from their weekly specials to taste some of the best dishes this restaurant has to offer. The place is decorated in wood which gives the modern decor a hint of a period feel. Guests can relish their meal on the patio, as the lush green trees form a spectacular backdrop.
Following the success of Peppercorns Grill, the Cialfis brothers, Sal and Dino, opened Piccolo Arancio in 1994 to bring delectable Italian flavors to Farmington. The brother learned to prepare traditional Italian cuisine under the expert guidance of their uncle in Rome. gorge on the steaks, risotto, pastas and salads cooked with a Roman flair. End your meal with a gelato or canolli.
Founded by Peter and Joan Lemnotis, Confetti is loved for their delectable Italian seafood which has blended flavors from the other Mediterranean regions. From Mondays through Thursdays guests can enjoy an unlimited Italian fare from their buffet counter which begins from 3p onwards. The buffet menu includes pasta, seafood and poultry stations that offer the main course; complete your dinner with sinful cheesecake, chocolate mud cake or a carrot cake. The restaurant offers an elegant but cozy modern ambiance to dine in.
Carmen Anthony Steakhouse of Waterbury is the flagship outlet in Carmen Anthony's group of restaurants spread across Connecticut. Established in 1996, this restaurant at Waterbury offers its patrons delectable steaks in its fine dining environment. The steaks are made from Angus beef which offers great texture and brings out the flavor of the meat, when cooked. Apart from meat they also serve mouth watering seafood dishes. Do try out their award winning crab cake and clam chowder. You could use the elegantly decorated Dunhill Room to host your next event, and let your guests relish the fine food this restaurant has to offer.
Hana Japanese Steakhouse and Sushi Bar brings to Waterbury fish delights from the land of cherry blossoms: Japan. The menu features a plethora of options in fish preparations: sushi, sashimi and hibachi. Guests can dine at the sushi bar or sit around a hibachi chef and watch him marvel you with his knife skills. Those who would like a change from the raw meal can go for some cooked dishes: tempura, harumaki (spring rolls), yakitori (barbecued chicken), gyoza (dumplings) or tatsuta age (deep fried meat).
The history of this restaurant goes back to the 1920s , when it was established. However, due to damages it was shut down and reopened in 1991 after it was brought back to its former glory. The restaurant, embellished in wooden furnishing and chandeliers hanging from the ceiling that cover the place in its warm glow, will take you back to the early 20th Century. The menu features a classic Italian fare of pasta, risottos, salads, seafood and poultry dishes. Seafood lovers can gorge on some fresh catch at the raw bar. Dinner is served form Monday through Saturday from 5:30p.