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Restaurants
  • Denmo's Snack & Dairy Bar
    340 Main St S, Southbury, CT 06488
    Drive up to the "Snack Shack," as it's fondly referred to by Denmo's regulars, and join the crowd waiting for popularMore eats at this long-standing neighborhood spot. The fried clams are a must, and the burgers can't be beated, according to local folks. The restaurant also serves ice cream treats, french fries, onion rings, sandwiches and other classic American favorites. Outdoor picnic tables are available, and call-ahead service is suggested on busy, good weather days. 
  • DiPalma's New York Pizza
    Union Sq., Southbury, CT 06488
    People love to eat DiPalma's New York-style pizza and gourmet food. This pizzeria also has two sister restaurants, MyMore Place Pizza & Restaurant and Tambascio's Italian Grill, both located in Newtown.  The restaurant offers a full catering menu and everyday menu, which includes appetizers, salads, grinders, pastas, sandwiches and wraps, plus specialty pizzas. The pizzas are all hand tossed and baked in stone ovens to capture that signature New York-style thin crust. Some examples of their gourmet pizzas are Veggie Works: broccoli, mushrooms, peppers, fresh garlic, onion, spinach and eggplant; Cappone Pizza: fresh spinach, garlic, oven-roasted chicken with gorgonzola; and My Pie: white pizza, broccoli, hickory smoked bacon, eggplant and fresh chopped tomatoes. DiPalma's, located at Union Square across from Walgreens, delivers fresh hot pizzas all around Southbury and the surrounding community.
  • Eight Mile Brook Steakhouse
    522 Heritage Rd, Southbury, CT 06488
    From the moment you walk into the lobby of the Eight Mile Brook Steakhouse, you will be in awe of the ambience. TheMore lovely interior is enhanced by an entire wall of glass that allows plenty of natural night by day, while at night, an enormous flagstone fireplace fire is kept roaring. There is a salad bar island in the middle of the restaurant, but don't fill up too fast, because the steakhouse is known for offering generous portions. Guests who stay at the adjoining Heritage Hotel receive a discount, which is almost reason enough in itself to book a room there if you're in town temporarily.
  • Empire Szechuan
    775 Main St S, Southbury, CT 06488
    Empire Szechuan has an excellent reputation in the community for its fusion cuisine. It offers a great menu of JapaneseMore tempura, teriyaki, sushi, sashimi and classic Chinese dishes. The restaurant has an appealing atmosphere with a rich Asian interior design that puts its patrons in the mood to enjoy a great meal.
  • Fairways Tavern & Terrace
    137 E Hill Rd, Southbury, CT 06488
    Located in a restored 19th century mansion at Heritage Hills Country Club, Fairways Tavern & Terrace servesMore classic yet modern American cuisine in a relaxed and picturesque atmosphere. It's open for lunch and dinner and catering services are available.
  • Hen of The Woods
    134 Main St S, Southbury, CT 06488
    Hen of the Woods is an adorable café located at the rear of Bennett's Square next to Walt's Barber Shop. ItMore serves delicious gourmet breakfast, lunches and dinners. Catering is also available for special events, featuring special entrées like the pan-seared pepper-crusted salmon filet, beef Bourguignon, chicken Maringo, cranberry-apple stuffed pork loin, and caramelized shallot and thyme-crusted rack of lamb. Customers can eat out on their patio or at each of the comfortable tables cornered in every nook of the restaurant's cozy L-shaped dining area. This is a great place to relax and enjoy an excellent meal with family and friends.
  • Heritage Deli & Cafe
    466 Heritage Rd, Southbury, CT 06488
    The Heritage Deli & Cafe is a local favorite for sandwiches, as evident from the steady customer base enjoying themMore at the indoor tables throughout the day. Old and young diners alike come together like deli meats and bread to check out the deli's daily specials and catch up on local goings-on. Heritage takes special orders and can make just about any sandwich you crave on many kinds of bread. The cold salad deli case is filled with delicious potato, pasta, veggie and specialty salads, and the word's out that the coffee isn't too shabby either!
  • Jordan's Restaurant
    900 Main St S, Southbury, CT 06488
    Jordan's Restaurant is a spacious three room family restaurant situated at the top of the hill next to Sacred HeartMore Church. Upon entering, customers have a full view of the carved wood bar, an interesting spiral staircase and two side rooms complete with vaulted ceilings (one has a fireplace for winter evenings). It also has a small private party room and offers catering services for all events.  The menu provides a variety of dishes including Greek food, gourmet pizza, burgers, steaks, salads and seafood. The Gogas family, owners of Jordan's and San Remo in Woodbury, have been serving members of the community for more than 25 years.
  • Julio's Wood Fired Pizza & Grill
    220 Main St S, Southbury, CT 06488
    Julio's Wood Fired Pizza & Grill boasts an impressive menu of gourmet pizzas. Some favorites are the Pizza QuattroMore Stagione which has four sections divided into prosciutto, clams and mussels, tomato, mozzarella and basil plus wild mushrooms, or their Pizza al Compare with onions, peppers, mushrooms, pepperoni, sausage, bacon, romano and mozzarella, and Pizza Cazzimepero with zucchini, eggplant, roasted peppers, ground tomatoes and mozzarella. In addition to pizza, the menu offers an interesting variety of classic Italian entrees of veal, shrimp, chicken, steak and pasta. This spacious restaurant can accommodate large parties yet still has the ambiance of an intimate setting. Julio's has a full bar and also offers catering services. Take out menus are available.
  • Laurel Diner
    544 Main St S, Southbury, CT 06488
    The Laurel Diner has been in operation since 1941, and presently serves breakfast and lunch. Its menu is written inMore chalk on a slate wall, and the counter stools are original. The diner has the feel of a time long gone by, and some customers have been regulars for more than 30 years. The must-try is its corned beef hash, which it makes fresh on premises. The prices are reasonable and the owner still does the cooking most of the time. Step in, sit down -- you'll think you've traveled back in time! 
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