Being in Central Greenwich is the ideal neighborhood, the hub of the whole town. The Greenwich Hospital, the Greenwich Arts Council, The Bruce Museum, the Amogerone Post Office, fitness, yoga and dance studios, pharmacies, the Metro North Train Station, the Ferry to take you to Island Beach, plus Whole Foods and many specialty food shops are near.

Great restaurants are in Central Greenwich. To feel the flavor of Central Greenwich and eat good food, try some of our favorites:

Boxcar Cantina, 44 Old Field Point Road – Southwestern food. Be sure to have posole soup, Mexican pizza and a festive Margarita.
Elm Street Oyster House, 11 West Elm Street – Raw bar and chowders are hard to beat.
East End, 409 Greenwich Ave. – Food, service and ambiance are all first rate.
Ginger Man, 64 Greenwich Ave.  – A lively burger/beer place in a classic upscale tavern.
Glory Days Diner, 69 East Putnam Ave. – Friendly, large portions, popular late night meeting place, what a diner is supposed to be.
Harvest, 372 Greenwich Ave. – Be sure to have the calamari and wood-grilled salmon.
Kira Sushi, 4 Lewis Court – High marks for their avocado salad, yellowtail jalapeno, chicken tempura and special rolls.
L’Escale, 500 Steamboat Road – Elegant dining, think French Riviera on our own Greenwich waterfront.
Mediterraneo, 366 Greenwich Ave. – Lively welcoming place with really good seafood.
Meli-Melo, 362 Greenwich Ave. – Popular always crowed restaurant with French casual food. Our place for onion soup, croque monsieur and crepes.
Pasta Vera, 48 Greenwich Ave. – Casual place for good pasta, sauces and seafood salad.
Penang Grill, 55 Lewis St. – Flavorful Pan-Asian food. Mango chicken is a must have.
Le Penguin, 61 Lewis Street – Diners are always happy in this superb French bistro.