CT Eats

CT Eats: Run-of-the-mill Rooney’s disappoints

As much as I love brussel sprouts, this dish is priced for scallops to be the star, so I didn’t feel that I was getting my money’s worth.

CT Eats: Let’s taco about Ox and Stone

So, if you’re looking for not just a party, but an entire freaking world happening inside of your mouth, definitely take a trip to Ox and Stone.

CT Eats: The beefless burger battle

These four burgers may have zero beef inside of them, but there’s going to be some beef between them after these results. 

CT Eats: Eerie deliciousness at The Spirit Room

In addition to serving up some great food, The Spirit Room has a great atmosphere and is a cool, fun place to hang out. The interior is dark, sultry, colorful, cozy, and eclectic with a lot of spooky spiritual decors.

CT Eats: The King and I is a royal treat

I tend to love trying new dishes each time I return to a restaurant, but I have to admit that it would be pretty hard to return to The King and I and not order the phat phet again.

CT Eats: Fiorella, my delicious dietary nightmare

As someone who is both wheat and dairy intolerant, having a lot of pizza and pasta enter my system is essentially inviting my own personal plague.

CT Eats: A taste of Greece at Kainos

I would definitely tell someone that it’s a good restaurant if I were asked about it, but I wouldn’t go out of my way to return.

CT Eats: Fusion fun at Lanai

Lanai offers Asian dishes, Hawaiian dishes, and some dishes right in the middle.

CT Eats: Custom built fast food at Blaze Pizza

As far as fast food goes, Blaze is definitely not just a step, but a full staircase above the rest.

CT Eats: Our Vietnamese cuisine attaché

Between our appetites, my indecisiveness, and Blue Taro’s seductive offerings, we were left with no choice but to turn this dinner into a hecking feast.