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A sign for Yuengling beer glows in a darkened bar. (Photo: Contributed / Flickr user MrSeb)

Yuengling coming back to Conn. What other beers are we missing?

According to the CT Beer Wholesalers Association, Pennsylvania’s Yuengling beer — brewed in what its producers claim is the United States’ oldest brewery — is returning to the Connecticut market after

Eat and drink for the animals at ‘PAWS: Uncorked’

If you love food and animals, you may want to check out “PAWS Uncorked: A Taste for Rescue.” The event at the Stamford Marriott on Sunday April 27, will feature food, drinks and gifts all to help the

Drink for the dogs in Bethel

If you love pit bulls (and beer), head to Bethel on January 15. “Pints for Pits” held at Bethel’s Greenwood’s Grille & Ale House supports the dogs of Bully Breed Rescue in New Canaan. “Bully Breed

So who’s dietary whims are you conforming to?

Great talker today from the New York Times about our new collective penchant for gluten-free, lactose-free, vegetarian, vegan, local food, paleo diets, etc., and how that affects the (once simple) act

Polpo serves up martinis, live music

Polpo restaurant in Greenwich is hosting “martini nights” from 5 to 7 p.m. Monday through Thursday. At $10 a pop for a martini, it’s not your most bargain basement happy hour. But with complimentary

Name a cocktail, win a free brunch!

The Ginger Man in Greenwich and CTbites are pairing up to hold a cocktail naming contest. The prize? A free brunch for two, complete with cocktails, of course! Here’s the recipe, courtesy our friends

New liquor license, Coolattas in Old Greenwich?

With Dunkin Donuts about to land in small-business-minded Old Greenwich, Arcadia Café is looking to expand its offerings. The old-school venue, which has an airy, New England feel complete with high

Countdown to the Greenwich Food + Wine fest

You heard about it here first. Now here’s all you need to know about the inaugural Greenwich Food + Wine Festival, coming up in less than three weeks! Also, don’t forget about Eating Greenwich &

Bar Rosso is worth more than a sip of wine

I’ve popped into Bar Rosso about a handful of times since it opened on Spring Street this June, just to grab a glass of wine or a cocktail with friends at the end of an evening. Their wine by the


LOLITA COCINA & TEQUILA BAR, 230 MILL STREET, GREENWICH [Chris couldn’t join me for a trip here, so he graciously allowed me to guest blog. I think after this, our resident Mexican food snob will