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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

Stamford slices shine on national pizza list

When New York Magazine waded through hundreds of pizzas to name the best in the nation, they saved a spot for Stamford on the coveted Top 101 list. The magazine recently released a list of the top

Thursday: Go Red tweetup with Anne Burrell

Is Anne Burrell your foodie soul mate? Always wanted to chat with the wild-haired Food Network star? Then get working on composing the perfect 140-character question. The guest speaker at the American

Stew Leonard and son embroiled in lawsuit

Above: Stew Leonard’s on Federal Road in Danbury. A story brewing today doesn’t have much to do with food, but it relates to one of Connecticut’s largest food magnates. Stew Leonard Sr., founder of

It’s NOT 1992 at Garden Catering

UPDATE: Unfortunately, due to some incorrect information in a press release, it turns out that this special was earlier this month, not this week. However, the $2 donations to the Junior United Way

New delivery service comes to Lower Fairfield County

Want bartaco for dinner without having to deal with the overcrowded bar? There’s a way to do that now. A new delivery service just opened up in Lower Fairfield County, giving residents the ability to

Finding love at Fairway

Talk about taking catering to the next level. Fairway went all-out to accommodate one Stamford bachelor, who worked with the store to coordinate a sneak-attack proposal on his lovely lady.


ABOVE: Counter-clockwise, marinated anchovies, Mussels al Diablo, the rear dining room and tuna tartare. BARCELONA WINE BAR: 222 SUMMER ST., STAMFORD 5/30/2009 The lone torero, stoic, motionlessly


5/28/2009 The newly-launched site NYC Mugged, dedicated to quality coffee in New York, is yet another example that New York’s specialty coffee scene is flourishing. The site offers a searchable


LBC FILE PHOTO 5/23/2009 While at Williams-Sonoma today, looking at things I want but can’t afford, I was surprised to see that they just started offering a selection of whole-bean roasted coffee from