5 CT Roadside Restaurants
There are many perks to spending summers in Connecticut. Some of these include the beaches, boating, enjoying our numerous state parks, fresh seafood, and the list goes on and on. One of the best perks though are the many roadside restaurants that open for the season. Below we'll list 5 of the many that you need to visit this spring and summer.
1. Harry's Place
Located in historic Colchester, CT Harry's has been serving up delicious food since 1920. Some of the many menu items include burgers, hot dogs, chicken sandwiches, countless sides, and ice cream to finish it all off. Harry's is just a short walk from the Colchester town green, a perfect place to walk to burn off all that food you're sure to eat.
2. Clamp's Hamburger Stand
Clamp's Hamburger Stand in New Milford, CT has been family owned and operated since 1939. Two must haves when visiting Clamp's are their famous burgers and onion rings. Want to know more? You'll just have to visit. Clamp's focuses all on the food, no time for phones or websites.
3. The Place
If seafood is your thing then The place is well..your place! This unique setting offers customers an outdoor eating experience next to an open fire where everything from clams to lobsters are cooked. Chairs? Who needs them! At The place guests sit on tree stumps making it a very down to earth setting to enjoy your food. No matter where you live the drive to Guilford is worth the visit to The Place.
4. Lake Zoar Drive-In
Located in Stevenson, CT Lake Zoar Drive-In offers it's customers everything from breakfast sandwiches to hot dogs and hamburgers. Their specialty burgers are a must try and with multiple styles of fries you can't go wrong.
Located in Southbury, Denmo's has been serving their famous hot dogs and seafood since 1978. Besides the hot dogs and seafood Denmo's also offers chicken, hot and deli sandwich options, soups, and ice cream.