Are you having trouble figuring out what to do this weekend? We’ve all been in a situation like that so you’re definitely not alone.
However, enjoying a day off is anything but difficult in Stamford. There are tons of attractions such as Stamford Museum & Nature Center, Stamford’s Miniature Ghost Town, The Ferguson Library, Half Full Brewery, Cove Island Park, and many more where entertainment is pretty much guaranteed.
With so many amazing spots to check out, it can be overwhelming to pick the right one. So we have narrowed down the list for you. Without further ado, here are our top picks:
Cove Island Park
Cove Island Park is vast in size, with almost 83 acres of beach and recreation area. The park has a play area for children, sandy beaches, one-mile loop for jogging, and expansive lawns ideal for picnics.
The park has something on offer for everyone. You can enjoy the ocean breeze standing on the shore, jog or run in tracks, cycle or rollerblade, watch the birds, fly kites for fun, take your pets for a walk, spend some time reading, enjoy the fresh saltwater air, and do a whole lot of other stuff.
Half Full Brewery
Half Full Brewery is a microbrewery and tasting room offering beers with a unique taste made by expert brewers. They provide rare varieties of beer that are made by using special techniques to create a balance between the bitter taste of hops and sweet flavors.
On the third Wednesday of every month, Half Full hosts an event called Rare Beer Night. Customers are presented with new experimental types of beers along with mouth-watering food. On Fridays, you can walk in the brewery to enjoy samples. On weekends, you can get a complete tour of the brewery.
The place is a heaven for ardent beer lovers.
The Palace Theatre
Originally a vaudeville house made by Thomas Lamb in 1927, The Palace Theatre has a long history. It is now owned by a non-profit organization named Stamford Center for the Arts.
Various performances including concerts, plays, dances, interesting shows, and many more are staged in this venue regularly. The events are held in two venues, one in Atlantic Street and the other on Rich Forum.
The one in Atlantic Street has a fabulous interior and can seat a crowd of 1,500+ comfortably for a breathtaking view of the live performances.
The monthly event, TAP Cafe, provides a perfect place to make acquaintance over delicious food and drinks.
Brasitas is a restaurant offering a Latin Fusion Cuisine menu with a great reputation for their mixtures of delicious food. They have been in business since 1999 and are becoming more and more popular by the year.
The mouth-watering food is known to tantalize the soul with its aroma. Even the strongest wills are broken with a quick bite and then some more.
They provide all sorts of Latin foods including maize-based dishes arepas, arroz con pollo with shreds of chicken, pupusas, fried sweet plantains, tacos, tamales, jasmine rice tortillas, various salsas, chips and dips, tart citrus cabbage relish, and lots more.
Brasitas Restaurant is an excellent place to enjoy a delicious Latin meal with your friends or family.