I the past few years, this building has housed several different food venues, from Mexican to American chic, Tavern has clearly brought culinary expertise on a special level. Their menu is diverse yet simple and unique, thanks to their executive chef Milton Curillo. They have brought the taste of a couple other successful CT restaurant's to Tavern, those being The Cookhouse in New Milford and The Inn at Newtown, an upscale eatery in the shadow of the town's famous flagpole. Tavern's menu will surely offer something hard to find in this area of CT.
I had the pleasure of dining at Tavern with family earlier this week, enjoying their Blackened Mahi sandwich and a sampling of their Dublin Dip, a pleasant sandwich featuring guiness braised beef with cheese au jus. Having just returned from a couple months in the Keys, I can say that their quality and presentation of my meal was on a par with the better grills on the Gulf.
They offer meals ranging from $12-20, and their kids meals menu is a consistent $7. The atmosphere is one of bar and grill, but clean and spacious enough to dine out of site of the bar area. Their appetizers and meals can be enjoyed with a significant variety of beers and specialty drinks.
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