The Two Door works well at some neighborhood level and the fried fish on Friday night is the best around. However, no CT restaruant knows how to make a burger so cross the state line to Eastchester, NY and go to the Piper's Kilt on Route 22 for a real burger.
Also the beer selection sucks at the Two Door; it's time to add some craft brews such as Brooklyn East India Pale Ale, Goose Island Honkers Ale, and Rogue Dead Guy Ale. If you want real ales and beer, go to the Gingerman on Greenwich Avenue.
a truly great neighborhood restaurant. a bunch of guys who are picky about food looked around for a good local lunch place once their current venue decided to go upscale, following the direction of the stock market and greenwich real estate market in 2004-2006. through a friend, we'd heard about two door and have been there weekly ever since. burgers, wedges, salads -- it's all good. and their half-portions are generally more than enough food for lunch at a very reasonable price. friendly service even -- what more could one ask for?
Picture your typical neighborhood bar where the beer is cold and the jokes abound. Now add some of the best comfort food you can imagine, and you will find yourself at the Two Door Restaurant. Brothers Charlie and Rob Roina have come up with just the right combination, whether it is for a quick chicken parm lunch, or their famous Friday night Fish and Chips. Don't forget to check the blackboard for the daily specials. This is not your typical stuck-up Greenwich Restaurant. It is a wonderful treasure for the Greenwich natives that know how to find their way to Chickahominy. Not a place for kids, though, as it is a bar.