What was different about this trip what that we stopped for breakfast coming and going and thanks to Lara's skill at finding diners, we ate at some wonderful places - here, let me tell you all about it!
3 Brother's Diner
Sunday breakfast was had at 3 Brother's Diner, 242 White Street, Danbury, Connecticut. Delicious! The service was great and so was the food. What I appreciated most was that we didn't need to take too much time off the road to have a good breakfast. There is plenty of parking in the rear and some incredibly sinful looking cakes & pies in the refrigerated case by the counter, so stop in to give them a try.
And now a word about GRUBHUB: efficient! I started using Grubhub on my last visit to Chicago and loved how easy it is to order, pay and get delivery where ever you are - home, office or hotel so when we returned home, we started using them local. On the last trip to Massachusetts, Lara and I started using them not just for lunch delivery to the office, but dinner delivery to the hotel. Great system, convenient and for the most part, we love the restaurants we have tried. Here is a photo of a chef salad I got for lunch - HUGE and delicious - about a hoagie's worth of meat on the salad and a huge fresh pita bread. It is nice to have a way of finding good food when you are a stranger in a strange town.
Petrillo's became a tradition on the first trip I made to Massachusetts back in 2013. Wonderful Italian cuisine - excellent waitstaff and they even serve grappa!
When you travel for work, the days are usually hectic and everything seems to happen 5 times faster then normal so it is important to have a good dinner at the end of the day. Petrillo's is the perfect place for that good dinner.