What is your favorite restaurant in your Connecticut town? A lot of our clients can be found in Guilford, Madison, Niantic, Mystic, and Branford, read our favorite spots to eat in your town.
Where Do You Like to Eat?
Here at One + Company we all have different taste preferences, but all share something in common, our go-to restaurants in every town. Real estate agents spend a lot of time on the road, meeting clients, checking on listings, lending many opportunities to sample new restaurants and visit old favorites.
See which restaurant is our favorite in your town below, and be sure to comment if you think we are missing out on a good spot.
Mystic | Oyster Club
Why it’s our favorite | The consistently updated menu. Featured in The New York Times, and among Travel and Leisure’s Best Oyster Bars in America, Oyster Club offers a ever changing selection of locally sourced ingredients. On Friday nights it is not unusual to find a member of our team enjoying a selection of appetizers at the bar.
Branford | Assaggio
Why it’s our favorite | Their wine list, enough said. Featuring nearly 300 hand-picked varieties, there is sure to be something for everyone at your table. Not to mention their food is pretty great too, traditional Italian cuisine, think house made Gnocci and Burrata Mozzarella. Just look through their photos and drool.
Guilford | The Mooring
Why it’s our favorite | It has stood the test of time. After successfully surviving hurricane Irene and Sandy, The Mooring is still a local favorite. Staying true to the New Englander’s palate, their menu offers everything from a Hot Lobster Roll, to Pan Seared Scallops with Maine Lobster White Truffle Risotto… to die for. Don’t worry, there’s something for the kids too. With a 5$ young foodie selection, your sure to please even your pickiest eater.
Madison | Moxie
Why it’s our favorite | The Vibe. As described by The New York Times, Moxie has a certain coolness about it. Stylish and thoughtfully decorated, Moxie is the perfect place for a friendly gathering or drinks after work. The best time to go to Moxie? Is happy hour or for the regulars, Moxie Hour. On Friday nights from 4 – 6 and 9 – 11 it’s half priced bar snacks, 4$ draft cans & bottles and 6$ glasses of wine.
Niantic | La Belle Aurore
Why it’s our favorite | We can’t resist a good farm to table. Scallops sourced locally from Stonington and Beef from Old Lyme, if their sources were any closer to home they’d be from our backyard. We also love that there is a multitude of gluten free options for your gluten conscious pals. Don’t feel like hosting Thanksgiving this year, La Belle Aurore has the perfect menu for you.
Where do we go next? Comment below, we are always looking for restaurant suggestions!