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Stamford is a city in the state of Connecticut, United States of America. Stamford is the fourth largest city in Connecticut, a center of regional activity in Fairfield County, and a hub of the Metro New York area. Its position between NYC and the rest of Connecticut defines Stamford’s character. Stamford takes on an atmosphere of New York City in its downtown and the adjacent neighborhoods, then transitioning to a more traditional suburban small town CT atmosphere in its northern sections. Stamford plays an active role the NYC metro and Fairfield county art and music scene. It also has one of the largest and most diverse selections of restaurants and shopping in Fairfield county. (less...) (more...)

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  • The Stamford Museum and Nature Center. Has a farm with cows, horses, pigs, chickens, llamas, and other animals. It also has a small museum and a playground with a huge slide. Take the High Ridge Road exit off the Merritt Parkway and go north for about a mile - it's on your left at the intersection with Scofieldtown Road - it's a fork in the road with a traffic light.
  • Bartlett Arboretum, 151 Brookdale Road Stamford, CT 06903 - 4199,  +1 203 322 - 6971. 8:30am - sunset. Not too far from the Stamford Museum and Nature Center, a great park with walking trails provides variety of trees and plants.
  • Palace Theater (Stamford Center for the Arts), 61 Atlantic Street,Stamford, CT 06901 (Take a right off exit 8 I-95, a left at the light and a right onto Atlantic St),  Box Office Phone: (203) 325-4466. Hosts a variety of shows in a historic building. Prices and hours depend on the show being held. Parking on the street is scarce and parking in lots costs about a dollar an hour. Make sure you feed the meter because you will get a ticket if your time runs out.
  • The State Cinema, 990 Hope Street, Stamford, CT 06907,  +1 203 325-0250. Only two theaters in a historic building. $3 Tuesdays. Seats are comfortable. Typical movie theater food available. Limited parking is free in a lot behind the building.
  • Shippan Point (Take exit 8 of I-95 and head south on Elm Street. Take a left at Shippan Avenue at the second light. Continue until you reach a giant Shippan sign on your left then take that left at the light.). The farthest southern point of Stamford, Shippan Point is home to some of the wealthiest residents of the city and some of the most historic and expensive homes. Shippan Avenue runs north/south and is the only way in and out of the neighborhood. Heading to the end of Shippan Avenue there is a stonewall overlooking a rocky beach. This wall and beach overlook the Long Island Sound, and a expansive view of Long Island across the water. On clear nights locals claim the Manhattan skyline is visible in the distance.
  • Columbus Park, Main St and W Park Pl, , Stamford, CT, 06907 (Located between Washington Boulevard and Atlantic Street. Take exit 7 of I-95 and head north on Atlantic Street and take a left onto Main Street.). Located in downtown Stamford this park is usually filled with a diverse crowd from local kids, homeless people, to businessmen and street musicians. It is also central to a large live music and nightlife scene; the park is surrounded by bars and restaurants. Meter parking is also available directly surrounding the park. Also home to Alive @ Five in Stamford (See Do).

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  • Cove Island Park (Located off of exit 9 off of I-95. Make a right off of the exit, take that road to the end make a left, the park is located on your right). It has a small beach and several paths that you can walk or rollerblade. Very close to downtown, you can escape there for a quiet lunch during a hectic workday. Beach stickers [3] are required during the summer months.
  • Stamford Twin Rinks, 1063 Hope Street, Stamford CT 06907,  +1 203 968-9000. Two ice rinks in one building. Bar/restaurant area on second floor with an exercise room. Skate shop on the first floor. Low prices. Free skate times alternate by day. Free parking. Space rentable for parties.
  • Alive @ Five, Columbus Park, Stamford CT. Th. 5PM. A music festival in the summer months (usually June through August) located outside in two block off streets with Columbus park in the center. The main act takes the stage around 8 p.m. $10.
  • Cummings Park (Head south off exit * and head south on Elm Street until you reach Shippan Avenue. Take a left onto Shippan and continue until you see sign on left.). Beach and park located between the northern part of Shippan Avenue and Soundview Avenue. The beach is located on the Long Island Sound and has a fishing pier, pavelions, and public restrooms. \ Contains tennis courts, handball court, a basketball court, and four softball fields. Popular local sledding hill is also located in the park. Parking at the beach requires a season pass during the summer months that can only be purchased at the Stamford Government Center, and the booths at the entrance only sell 20$ day passes. However there is parking on multiple streets located directly around Cummings. On McMullen Avenue and Wascussee Lane, both located directly off Soundview Avenue, parking on the street is legal. Warning- This beach has an unsavory reputation at night. Also a small homeless population lives at the beach and the woods directly surrounding it at night. Use caution here at night, don’t travel alone, and avoid extreme intoxication. The police usually make an appearance here at least once a night.
  • Scalzi Park, Bridge Street, Stamford, Connecticut 06905 (Head north on Washington Boulevard off exit 7 on I-95. Continue until you reach Bridge Street.). Located on the Westside of Stamford directly off Bridge Street. Large park with a baseball field, soccer field, enclosed roller hockey rink, tennis courts, and a playground. Free parking lot Also a large skating bowl. Warning Scalzi has a reputation at night. The Westside of Stamford is one of the more dangerous parts of Stamford and that is reflected at Sclazi. Extremely safe during daylight hours but avoid after dark.
  • Bowtie Cinemas, 118 Summer Street, Stamford, CT 06901-2301,  +1 203 323-1690. Movie theater located in downtown Stamford. Both play the most recent popular releases for movies. Standard movie food, popcorn, candy and soda. Prices are $10.50 for an adult, $7.50 for children under 11 and $9 for seniors. Daytime matinees are $8.50 for adults, $7.50 for children and $8.50 for seniors.


  • Vuli Restaurant, 2 Stamford Forum, Stamford, CT 06901 (at the top of the Marriott Hotel),  +1 203-323-5300, e-mail: Lunch and dinner weekdays, dinner only on Saturday, call to make sure. One of the few revolving restaurants in the US, it offers great view of the city and Long Island Sound. They claim Manhattan is visible when the sky is clear. Entrees $25-$40.
  • Bar Rosso, 24 - 26 Spring St, Stamford, CT 06901,  +1 203 978 7995. Lunch and dinner. Entrees $19-$40.
  • Cormandel, 68 Broad St., Stamford, CT 06901,  +1 203-964-1010. Good Indian restaurant in downtown Stamford.
  • Fiesta Atlantic, 83 Atlantic St., Stamford, CT 06901,  +1 203-323-4300. M-F 11:30-. A nice Peruvian restaurant in downtown Stamford. lunch $10-15; dinner $15-25.
  • The Colony Grill, 172 Myrtle Avenue,  +1 203-359-2184. The quintessential bar sized pizza, it's the only thing on the menu. Try the sausage and hot oil pizza and be prepared to order more than one. Widely regarded by locals as the best restaurant in Stamford. Cash only.
  • Garden Catering, 235 Main Street, Stamford, CT 06902,  +1 203-487-0333.
  • Garden Catering, 877 High Ridge Rd, Stamford, CT,  +1 203 461-8095.
  • Garden Catering, 1053 East Main Street, Stamford, CT 06902. Selection of sandwiches, wraps, salads, and breakfast food. Most popular item here is the special: chicken, French fries and seasoning in a bag in ¼, ½, ¾, and 1 pound increments. Also very popular are the potato cones, mashed potatoes deep-fried in batter in a cone shape. 5$-10$ per person.
  • Southport Brewing Company (SBC), 131 Summer St,  +1 (203) 327- 2337 (BEER). Traditional bar food in a loud atmosphere with TVs and a projector to watch sports on. Patio seating in spring and summer months. Parking on the street is scarce and parking lots have fees. Make sure you feed the meter.
  • Bull’s Head Dinner, 43 High Ridge Rd, Stamford, CT 06905-3800,  +1 203 961-1400. 24 hour dinner located in the Bull’s Head neighborhood of Stamford. This dinner is located at a major crossroad in Stamford where Long Ridge, High Ridge and Cold Spring Road intersect with Summer and Bedford Street. Food menu is extensive but is not exactly popular. However one of the few places open in Stamford 24 hours. Prices ranging per meal from $10-$15.
  • Gopher Ice Cream, 869 High Ridge Rd‬ Stamford, CT 06905‬,  +1 203 504-3105. Small ice cream shop that is very popular in the late afternoon and on nights. Regularly full of families taking their children out. Expect to spend $5-$10 on average per person. Free parking in back.
  • Vinny's Backyard Restaurant, 1078 Hope St, Stamford, CT 06907-1823,  +1 203 461-9003. A popular bar and restaurant among locals, located in the historic Springdale neighborhood. Vinny's has extremely popular wings and thin crust pizza. Accessible from exit 36 on the Merrit Parkway. Also within walking distance from the Springdale train station and the Hope Street bus line. $10-$15 a meal.
  • Lakeside Dinner, 1050 Long Ridge Road, Stamford, CT 06903-4404,  +1 203 322-2252. Dinner with traditional dinner fare. Serves donuts, coffee, breakfast and brunch menus. Secluded location on Long Ridge road with a view Holts Ice Pond as well as some brilliant foliage in the fall. Free parking outside. A meal on average is about $10 per person.
  • Fusaro’s Deli, 646 High Ridge Road, Stamford, CT 06905-2604,  +1 203 329-8118. Italian Deli located on High Ridge Road. Sells sandwiches, breakfast fare, traditional Italian dishes, as well as groceries and convenience items such as cigarettes. Import their bread and meat directly from the Bronx. 10$-15$ dollars a person.
  • Capriccio Café, 189 Bedford St, Stamford, CT 06901-1906,  +1 203 356-9819. Located in downtown Stamford. Café with Italian and American cuisine. Large amount of outdoor seating located on a busy central street in downtown Stamford. Very popular on weekday afternoons and weekend nights. An average meal is around $10-$15.
  • Luckys, 209 Bedford Street, Stamford, CT 06901-1717,  +1 203 978-0268. Grill/Dinner located in the Stamford downtown. Luckys has a 1950’s American theme and the atmosphere and the menu both reflect this. Burgers, fries, and malted shakes are a Luckys standard. Salads and other dishes are available. Large glass windows present a view of downtown Stamford pedestrian traffic.
  • City Limits Dinner, 135 Harvard Avenue, Stamford, CT 06902-6304,  +1 203 348-7000. Dinner located on the border between the Westside of Stamford and the Waterside neighborhood. Classic dinner fare with a menu ranging from breakfast to dinner, as well as a full bar, and expansive desert menu. Pricing ranges per person from $15-$20.
  • Cove Pizza & Restaurant, 864 Cove Rd (Located right on Cove Rd, walking distance from Cove Island Park),  +1 203-329-1059. Cove Pizza & Restaurant has seen multiple different owners in it's time, but has never compromised it's quality. Right in the heart of the Cove, and walking distance from the park, sits this focal point of the neighborhood. It is an Italian Restaurant that serves pizza (now slices), salads, and all kinds of Italian dinners. Very affordable, one person should not need more than $10-$15 to be satisfied. Affordable.


  • The Thirsty Turtle, Summer and Main Streets. Good happy hour place and they have live music occasionally. There are several bars located on that corner, and you are sure to find one that meets your mood.
  • The Tigin, one of the top Arsenal FC bars in the tri state area.
  • Brick House Bar & Grill, 244 Bedford St. Stamford, CT 06901-1718,  +1 203 -353-8892. For those looking to drink in a lively setting, can be unreasonably crowded at some times. Selection of imports and microbrews. Very popular during the weekday, especially Wednesday nights. Metered parking along Bedford street as well as parking lot located off Forest street.
  • Tiernan’s Bar & Restaurant, 187 Main St. Stamford, CT 06901,  +1 203 353-8566. Irish pub located in downtown Stamford across the street from Columbus Park and the adjacent bar and live music scene. Known for a selection of imported beers. Live entertainment Thursdays to Saturdays. Free wireless Internet and several large plasma televisions. Tiernan’s rarely ever holds of a policy of a cover charge.
  • Bobby Valentines Sports Bar, 225 Main St. Stamford, CT 06901,  +1 203 348-0010. Sports Bar located in downtown Stamford across the street from Columbus Park; owned by Bobby Valentine, a Stamford native and the former manager of the New York Mets. The walls are covered with sports memorabilia and this is a popular local spot to have a beer and watch sports on one of the several large TV’s. Award winning wings; these are half priced as well as the drinks from 4-7 p.m, Monday to Friday. Wednesday night is popular, drawing amateur singers for karaoke and ladies' night specials.
  • Black Bear Saloon, 261 Main St # 1, Stamford, CT, 06901,  +1 203 324-4448. Very unassuming bar located in downtown Stamford across the street from Columbus Park. Standard American bar food cuisine and a full bar. Live music, as well as other forms of live entertainment and contests. Outdoor seating with a view of the Columbus Park nightlife.

Note- The Stamford Nightlife scene is constantly changing but all located generally in the same area of downtown Stamford. If searching for a fun club, bar or restaurant feel encouraged to walk through downtown Stamford at night especially Thursday, Friday, and Saturday. The area of the most bars is centered roughly around Columbus park but there are many more popular places to drink. The area bordered by Forest Street to the north, Grove Street to the east, Washington Boulevard to the west, and Tresser boulevard to the south is a very safe area to wander and contains much of Stamford nightlife. Be careful of leaving this area however as some of the streets bordering Stamford downtown can be dangerous especially at night. Avoid hanging around the St. Johns Towers (the three large cylinder towers on Tresser Boulevard.)


  • Stamford Town Center (Stamford Mall), 100 Greyrock Place Stamford, CT 06901 (Right off Exit 8 I-95, left at the second stop light continue straight into the parking garage),  +1 203 324-0935. 10AM-9PM M-Sa, 11AM- 6PM, Su.. Plenty of stores to meet any shopping need or interest. Also generally good prices. The best part is a seating area that also functions as a set of stairs between floors. Make sure you get a pretzel (at Wetzel's) before you leave. Minimum of 50 cents (equaling four hours) for parking
  • A Step Ahead, 1115 High Ridge Road, Stamford, CT 06905,  +1 203 329-2959. A formal attire store that keeps a log of who bought what so you'll never wear the same outfit as someone else to a party. Generally expensive. Very friendly service. In-shop tailoring available. Free parking in the strip mall lot.
  • Agabhumi, 22 Magee Avenue, Stamford, CT 06902,  +1 888-242-2254 (888-AGA BALI). M-W 10AM-6PM Th 10AM - 7PM F 10AM-6PM Sa 10AM-6PM, Su 11AM-5:30PM. Clothes from Bali, Barbados. Expensive so try for sale items.
  • Nagi Jewelers, 828 High Ridge Road, Stamford, CT 06905,  +1 203 964-0551. M-F 10AM-6PM, Sa 10AM-5PM Closed on Sundays. There is a wide range of fine jewelry and watches available at surprisingly low prices and excellent quality. Top designer names like David Yurman, Tag Heuer, Swiss Army, Roberto Coin, Marco Bicego, Hearts on Fire, and much more. They have in house professional watch and jewelry repair and appraisal services.
  • Sports Scape, 37 Atlantic St, Stamford, CT, 06901 (Take exit 7 off I-95 and head north on Atlantic store on the left right before Broad street.),  +1 203 324-7277. One of the more select footwear and apparel stores in downtown Stamford. Located directly off exit 8 on I-95 this store offers popular brands such as Nike, The North Face, Ecko, South Pole. They carry a selection of basic footwear and apparel as well as rarer more unique clothes and shoes. Also carries a selection fitted hats 59 50 fitted hats focusing mostly on New York Yankee hats but still they still carry multiple other popular teams. Parking on Atlantic Street and adjacent streets around Broad.
  • Ridgeway Shopping Center, 26 6th Street, Stamford, CT 06905 (Head north on Atlantic Street off Exit 7 and continue until it turns into Bedford Street. Shopping Center has large sign and will be on your left.),  +1 203 325-2629. This large shopping center is located in the Ridgeway neighborhood of Stamford. Close proximity to downtown with a large selection of shopping including clothing, electronics, furniture and groceries. Also in the center is a Party City, a Bed, Bath & Beyond and an Emack and Bolio’s (a popular ice cream chain) is located on the Summer street side. Two levels of free parking lots as well as meter parking spots on Summer Street.
  • High Ridge Center, 1145-1041 High Ridge Road, Stamford, CT, 06905 (Take Exit 35 off Merrit Parkway and head south on High Ridge Road, entrance will be on your left at the first light.). Located on the High Ridge Road strip this shopping center offers clothing, several delis, a jeweler, appliances, a Borders and an art gallery. More upscale shopping relative to downtown Stamford. In the summer there is a farmers market on Tuesdays 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. Starbucks located in the shopping center is very popular spot for locals even into late at night. Also coffee shop inside Borders and a Crumbs (a café chain that sells, baked goods, coffee, and tea). In the warmer months at the Burger King parking lot across the street there is a show for classic cars and the overflow end up in the High Ridge Center. Police Substation located in the shopping center. Free parking lot in front and in back.

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