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377 N State St
This upscale eatery serves some of the best steak dishes in the city. Porterhouse, Double Porterhouse, Double Cut Filet Mignon, New York Strip - all feature on the menu. You can whet your appetite beforehand with seafood ...
1125 Cove Rd
Considered as a premier sporting venue of the city, the Terry Conners Rink is a well-furnished ice rink that is used for hockey matches and skating ...
862 Westover Rd
Fort Stamford was built in 1781, in a bid to protect the coastline that extended from Horseneck to New Haven. The fort was restored and is used as a recreational park ...
4 Pulaski St
Church of the Holy Name is a beautiful church located at the intersection of Washington Boulevard and Pulaski Street. Established in the 19th Century it continues to function till date. The grand ...
Mill River St
In the heart of Stamford lies an oasis of calm: the Mill River Park. Designed around the course of the serene Mill River, this park offers a recreational haven for the city's residents. Among the ...
This 1882 lighthouse is located on Chatham Rock at the entrance of Stamford Harbor entrance, has a floating dock. The Stamford Harbor Ledge Lighthouse is made up of cast iron and ...
1 Rogers Rd
Marion Castle is a construction of neo- French Renaissance design built for movie maker Frank J. Marion. The building was built during 1914 and 1916 based on the design ...
713 Bedford St
The Hoyt-Barnum House is an ancient dwelling in Stamford, Connecticut. Built in 1699, this Colonial style wood framed house features a chimney column made of ...
61 Atlantic St
Owned by a non-profit organization called the Stamford Center for the Arts, Palace Theater stages interesting shows and performances. The Theater ...
100 Greyrock Pl
The Stamford Town Center offers an exceptional shopping and dining experience in Downtown Stamford. With over 100 shops and eateries, there is certainly something for everyone ...