Dining in Greenwich, CT
When you’re not dining at l’escale, DELAMAR Greenwich’s stylish restaurant that captures the essence of Southern France, our historic downtown offers an exceptional local and regional dining scene. Here are a few of our favorite restaurants, including a few within walking distance.
Duoro (253 Greenwich Ave)
Creative and elegant Duoro offers an inventive approach to Portuguese cuisine and Mediterranean fare: sustainable farm-to-table, seasonal ingredients from local sources, transformed into hearty rice paelhas, land-and-sea delicacies, and stand-out small plates, such as house-marinated olives, spicy tuna, char-grilled Portuguese octopus, and crispy Brussels sprouts.
Eastend (409 Greenwich Ave)
Offering a contemporary take on the “Seasons of America,” Eastend is a culinary homage to New England’s bounty, harvested fresh and according to the season. The result is a menu of small-batch offerings, crafted from scratch using fresh produce at the peak of its flavor profile. The mouthwatering menu pairs perfectly with the restaurant’s extensive national wine list and carefully crafted cocktails.
l’escale (at DELAMAR Greenwich Harbor)
It may be our own, but we’d be remiss to omit l‘escale from any list of Greenwich’s best restaurants. Headlined by French-born Executive Chef Frederic Kieffer, l’escale brings to Greenwich the exquisite flavors and preparations of Provence and the Côte d’Azur: New England’s highest-quality seafood and shellfish, as well as seasonal vegetables, regional herbs, and spices.
Mediterraneo (366 Greenwich Ave)
One of our favorite things about living in Greenwich? The Long Island Sound and the North Atlantic, a marine smorgasbord of fresh ingredients, located just off our starboard bow. Mediterraneo sources our salty seas for its seafood-heavy menu, which includes delicacies like Prince Edward Island mussels, pan-roasted sea bass, and crudo of yellowfin tuna. Turf favorites extend to veal meatballs and wood-fired pizzas. Be sure to leave room for their decadent flourless chocolate cake!
The Spread (18 West Putnam Avenue)
Award-winning food and a rustic-industrial ambiance is what’s on offer at The Spread, new to Greenwich but not to Connecticut. From small plates and their classic Spread Bread, to Copps Island oysters on the half-shell and “best-of-the-best” roasted shrimp, this classic eatery focuses on incredible ingredients, prepared to perfection and served in an upscale, but not fussy setting.
Terra Ristorante Italiano (156 Greenwich Ave)
This swanky, Northern Italian bistro offers more than a meal; Terra is a culinary adventure from antipasti to dolce. Here, you’ll dine on savory fare like flash-fried calamari with saffron aioli; carpaccio of filet mignon, served with a black truffle vinaigrette; and New Zealand cockles over linguine. You should also make room for the restaurant’s specialty: wood-fired pizza topped with sopressata, followed by Terra’s celebrated tiramisu.
When you stay at DELAMAR, Greenwich’s restaurant world is your oyster – literally. Bon appétit!Back to Blog