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We are proud to be known as one of the oldest continuously running markets in the state of Connecticut. In the mid 18th century, when packet ships, plied their trade along the Eastern seaboard from New York to Boston, we served as an offloading port for fresh meats, produce, groceries and dry goo...
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It’s very close and is a neighborhood market for coffee, drinks, prepared foods, breakfast, lunch, etc. It’s an easy jaunt in a sweet town.
...you can get there by boat. This is the closest thing we have to a waterfront supermarket. You can get donuts and coffee in the morning, newspapers, sandwiches and cold cuts, and some groceries on the waterfront.
Great gourmet deli-style breakfast and lunch with coffee bar and seating overlooking Five Mile River.
The Market is the most popular breakfast and lunch spot in town. They make excellent food and you can sit out on the back deck overlooking the river. I’m a fan of the Bacon Egg and Cheese on an everything bagel and Hannah usually gets a sticky bun, if we get there before they sell out.
great for everyday grocery, breakfast, deli, coffee, all around wonderful town market.