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Freshly roasted coffee, plus don’t miss the grilled tomato and mozzarella on eggplant slices. 203-458-2555;

Perk on Church
Coffee, crepes, and quesadillas in a rehabbed Quonset hut. 203-689-5060;

Stone House Restaurant
A quaint setting by the water. Don’t miss the rack of lamb and the roasted sea bass with fennel (periodic specials). 203-458-3700;

The Village Chocolatier
Specialty chocolates and homemade butter fudge. 203-453-5226;


Breakwater Books
Labyrinthine temptation on the green. 203-453-4141;

Henry Whitfield State Museum
Oldest stone house in New England and Connecticut’s oldest house; rare 17th-century architecture. 203-453-2457;

Please Note: This information was accurate at the time of publication. When planning a trip, please confirm details by directly contacting any company or establishment you intend to visit.

Updated Wednesday, February 22nd, 2012

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