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Teenager-Friendly, Fun CT Restaurants?

Definitely doesn't have to be burgers...just needs to be some place fun! Caseus looks delish!

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Caseus
93 Whitney Ave, New Haven, CT 06510

Dec 11, 2010
fayettesidra in Southern New England

Teenager-Friendly, Fun CT Restaurants?

Hey everyone....I'm reviving this thread because my teenage sisters have asked that I find another "cool" place to take them for dinner as a Christmas present. They loved Plan B but want to try a new place. Any new suggestions since the last bunch? Thanks again!

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Plan B
4 Railroad St, Simsbury, CT 06070

Dec 09, 2010
fayettesidra in Southern New England

Teenager-Friendly, Fun CT Restaurants?

We ended up at Plan B in Glastonbury. Oh my goodness it was AMAZING. Thank you so much for the recommendation. Best burger I have ever had!

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Plan B
120 Hebron Ave, Glastonbury, CT 06033

Apr 04, 2010
fayettesidra in Southern New England

Teenager-Friendly, Fun CT Restaurants?

This is GREAT! I think Plan B might be our place. I called my sister to ask if she'd be into it and her response was "That sounds AWESOME!" Thanks so much for the recommendation.

All three locations are actually about the same distance from my hometown. Is there one that's best?

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Plan B
4 Railroad St, Simsbury, CT 06070

Mar 24, 2010
fayettesidra in Southern New England

Teenager-Friendly, Fun CT Restaurants?

I'm going to use that as a backup plan. She's been there before and I would like to find something new.

Mar 23, 2010
fayettesidra in Southern New England

Teenager-Friendly, Fun CT Restaurants?

Hi everyone!

I'm a CT native but haven't actually lived in the state for 4 years. I have pretty much zero recollection of the best food spots, so I could really use some help.

I'll be in the state next week and I promised I'd take my 17 year old sister out for a birthday lunch. I'm looking for a place that's fun and appealing to teenagers. In other words, not too uptight, not too fancy, and with simple, yet delicious, foods. My sister isn't into trying new cuisines; she likes her food to be very Americanized (terribly boring, I know). I was excited when I discovered MacDaddy's because that would be right up her alley, but then I found out it's closed because they're expanding the franchise.

At this point, I'm at a complete loss and could use any help you're willing to offer. My current backup plans are either O'Rourke's or one of the pizza joints in New Haven.

As for location, I'm pretty much willing to drive anywhere in the state, but we are from the New Haven area if you know of any gems there.

Thanks in advance!
-Krystal

Mar 23, 2010
fayettesidra in Southern New England