Byram, a neighborhood in the Southwest corner of Greenwich is bordered by Long Island Sound on one side and the Byram River on the other. Byram was first settled in the 1600s . The Thomas Lyon house at 1 Byram Road was built in 1695. Byram is a wonderful mix of gorgeous shore front estates and charming “farm house” style homes.

The business center is filled with unique clothing, home goods, antique and sporting good shops – often owned by Byram residents.

To feel the flavor and eat good food, stop in the:

  • Burgers, Shakes & Fries, 302 Delavan Avenue, Byram CT. This spot is the winner of the Anderson competition for the best Burger in town.
  • Famous Greek Kitchen, 10 North Water Street, Byram CT. Be greeted by the new generation of this 33 year old Greek Taverna.
  • Little Thai Kitchen, 21 St. Rochs Avenue, Byram CT. In this tiny place they are serving some of the best Thai food outside of Bangkok.

Also in Byram:

  • The Byram Beach Park is located on Ritch Avenue and Byram Shore Road. With 30 acres this is a delightful place to walk and relax on the beach. There are 3 tennis courts, a picnic area, playground and a swimming pool. A concession stand is open in the summer season.
  • The Dorothy Hamill Skating Rink located on Sue Merz Way off Sherman Avenue is a place where skater’s dreams come true.
  • The Byram Schubert Library is the heart of Byram. They continually present programs of interest to all ages, book readings, community get-togethers and the Friends of the Library hold the best book sales you will find anywhere!