#83: Little Pub

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Little Pub's Tuscan Burger: half pound of hand-packed Montana beef topped with pepperoni, provolone cheese, oven roasted grape tomatoes, fresh basil, roasted garlic aioli, and sweet balsamic syrup. Photo courtesy of Little Pub's Facebook page.
Little Pub's Tuscan Burger: half pound of hand-packed Montana beef topped with pepperoni, provolone cheese, oven roasted grape tomatoes, fresh basil, roasted garlic aioli, and sweet balsamic syrup. Photo courtesy of Little Pub's Facebook page.
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Little Pub (an advertiser on The Mercurial) is just as it sounds – it is both little and a pub.

 

If you’ve never been, you’ve probably heard about it.  The Pub is known for standout food, featuring items such as mini osso bucco, Dr. Pepper wings, and “the cure” burger; a killer beer list (they’re known for having more beers than seats); and a cozy, rustic dining atmosphere.  The restaurant, located at 107 Ethan Allen Highway in Ridgefield, Connecticut, is always jammed for lunch and dinner – so owners Daneen and Douglas Grabe decided to open a second location just a few miles down the road in at 26 Danbury Road in Wilton.

 

The new Pub is a bit more spacious, allowing the kitchen to build even further on their gastronomic creativity.  Little Pub Wilton opened in April of 2013, four years after the founding of the Ridgefield location.

 

Little Pub also hosts some great beer dinners with local craft breweries and often features live music by the likes of P.J Pacifico, Shawn Taylor, and Griff Anthony during the week.

 

Check them out at littlepub.com.

 

 

 

http://themercurial.com/local/the-great-greater-danbury-project/

 

 

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