Options for dining are as plentiful as the 18th-century homes and charming vistas in this historic town
Part of the fun of visiting Historic Wethersfield, whether you’re planning an extended weekend getaway or a pleasant day trip, is casual dining in comfortable, picturesque surroundings. From a tavern in an 18th-century home to a waterfront restaurant on the banks of the Connecticut River, there is a dining experience for everyone. Start your day with a grilled blueberry muffin at a diner, grab a lobster roll at a fish market restaurant for lunch, then feast on steak frites at a cozy table by the fire at a restaurant in the historic village. Ethnic dining includes Mexican, Italian, Indian, Chinese, Greek and Japanese restaurants. During farmers’ market season, stop by the market for Mexican food, wood-fired pizzas and other tempting possibilities.