280 Connecticut Ave
Norwalk, CT 06854
Phone: (203) 855-0135
Fax: (203) 855-7626
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95 North Restaurant and Bar - About Us
Donâ€™t let the name of 95 North fool you. This new restaurant faces north but is not smack dab in the middle of I-95, one of Connecticutâ€™s busiest, if not the busiest, highways. With its expansive, comfortable and friendly atmosphere and delicious spin in food, 95 North is a welcome addition to Norwalkâ€™s ever-growing restaurant scene. For more information about our restaurant and bar "95 North Restaurant and Bar" you may contact us by phone.
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by Patrick C. on
Been here only once during their dollar oyster HH and I loved it! As a huge oyster lover how can I not love dollar oysters?? Had kumimoto's, fanny bay's, and some other type of oyster I can't remember. I will return for their HH special very soon.
by Mickey D. on
Ever see that episode of Seinfeld where Kramer hits golf balls into the Hudson? Yep, that's Chelsea Piers Golf Club. A four-tiered range that overlooks the grimy waters of the Hudson. They take advantage of the fact that they're the only driving range in all of Manhattan, and price accordingly. A $20 ball card will fetch you a mere 118 off-peak balls or 80 peak-time balls. Everything is automated (which is a blessing for lazy people, not unlike myself) so you insert your card in the machine, and one ball at a time comes out of the adjustable-height tee. Every stall also has heat, which keeps this place open year-round, and your hands from developing frostbite. They use Srixon range balls, which aren't V1X's, but don't feel like you're trying to swing at oddly shaped rocks either. The pro shop here is well-equipped for its size, and they did a great job re-gripping my clubs a couple months ago. Oh, and if you were really thinking about hitting golf balls over the ridiculously tall netting, think again. It's not a walk in the park.
by Jimmy Hinch on
I've only been there late on Saturday nights, so can't comment on the food or the scene on other days of the week. I can say that Saturdays at Middlesex are a great time....once you get in. If you show up after 10:30 or so, be prepared to wait in line for at least 15 minutes, if not quite a lot more. The bouncers range from really nice (one brought us an umbrella since it was lightly drizzling) to pretty freaking rude (one got pissed we didn't give him a tip when the rest of our party jumped the line but still waited 25 minutes to get in). That being said, once inside, Middlesex is tons of fun. The DJ (generally DJ Kon on Saturdays, I think) plays everything you want to hear, from Bobby Brown to Michael Jackson, Prince to White Stripes to Lionel Richie. In my opinion, truly great dancing music. The drinks tend to be a little weak, but pretty inexpensive and the bartenders are nice and overall quite attractive:) The crowd is mixed - a lot of MIT and Harvard grad students when I've been there - and people are fun and friendly. They have a cool setup where the tables and couches are all on wheels, so you can move around the furniture to accomodate your elaborate dance moves. I'd definitely recommend it as a great Saturday night destination, especially if you love to dance - just get there early and avoid the hassle. Oh, and the cover is $5.