95 Scott Rd
Waterbury, CT 06705
Phone: (203) 757-0888
Fax: (203) 755-7118
95 Scott Rd, Waterbury, CT, US, 06705
- Phone: (203) 757-0888
- Fax: (203) 755-7118
Bars & Cafes
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.
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.
A creative place with a quirky name is the apt description for The Funky Monkey. Soak in the creativity of its ambiance, the rotating artworks, handmade jewelry, storytelling sessions, live music and comedy acts and refresh your appetites with equally innovative food that will suit all palates. Enjoy alfresco dining at the cafe's private courtyard and sip on some organic coffee, craft beer or tea.
Located on Route 66 in Middlefield, New Guida's Restaurant is a local favorite for breakfast, lunch and dinner. The steady stream of customers throughout the day tells you everything is delicious, from the fluffy morning pancakes to the double Angus cheeseburgers and fried clam strip rolls. Guida's also has great ice cream sundaes and milkshakes, especially the Moose Tracks sundae, filled with delicious peanut butter cups, fudge swirl and vanilla ice cream.
In the shadow of East Rock, this 100-year-old eatery has a cozy bar with a lively atmosphere, which can be a little raucous at times. But it is where you meet up with friendly locals and chow down on the "best Buffalo wings" outside of Buffalo. Unpretentious but hearty victuals like sandwiches and burgers are served until late. The pub also has locations in Fairfield and Milford.
Carmen Anthony Fishhouse of Woodbury is another gem in Carmen Anthony's group of restaurants. With successful outlets in Wethersfield, New Haven and Waterbury, this Carmen Anthony Fishhouse of Woodbury, is known for serving a plethora of options in seafood preparations. Guests can gorge on crabcakes, shrimp cocktails, Seafood Risotto, Bakes Stuffed Shrimp, Baked Clams Casino and more. Apart from fish, they are also known for their delectable steaks and house special chicken preparation.
Leon's is not a merely a business, but a family tradition that began in 1938. The food prepared blends together various herbs and sauces with high quality meat, seafood and poultry, creating a wonderful amalgamation of flavors. Do try out the chef's renowned dishes: Pork Tenderloin Calabrese Gypsy Chicken and Pane Cotto. Enjoy the delectable fares while seated in the cozy, amicable ambiance of the restaurant. Open seven days a week till late night, drop in at Leo's for breakfast, lunch or dinner.
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.
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.
Unassuming from the outside but warm and inviting on the inside, J.P Dempsey's is a neighborhood favorite known for piling on the food. The kitchen, although amazingly small, whips up dozens of dishes and daily specials, from appetizers and sandwiches to steaks and pastas. Make sure you don't forget to throw your peanut shells on the floor; it's de rigueur here! When the weather is nice, there is a small patio out in front that serves as a great place to watch the neighborhood go by.
What do the Rolling Stones, Bruce Springsteen, U-2, The Kinks and Bob Dylan have in common? They have all played at this legendary hot spot, along with almost every other road show. For almost 30 years, this place has been hopping (pun intended) with an incredible lineup of live music and a dance party that just won't quit. It has been voted nightclub of the year several times, so consider a trip to Toad's to partake in music history, not to mention a good time.