Community Table

223 Litchfield Turnpike, New Preston, CT 06777.

(860) 868-9354. Our mantra is fresh and local. Our cuisine is light and healthy, as well as, bold and natural in flavor. Our ingredients are sustainably sourced and locally procured and cultivated. In cooking this way, we hope to spark your senses with our modern seasonal dishes that have a strong connection to the land giving our diners a balance between food, nature, life and experiences. Dinner: Fri. & Sat. 5 - 10 p.m., Sun., Mon., Tues., Thurs. 5 - 9 p.m. Happy Hour: Thurs. - Mon. 5 - 6:30 p.m. Closed Tues. &Wed. Winter & Summer hours may vary.

G.W. Tavern

20 Bee Brook Road, Washington, CT 06794.

(860) 868-6633. Outside terrace dining overlooking the Shepaug River in the summer, wood burning fieldstone fireplace dining in the winter. Private events for up to 125. Open 11:30 – 9.

Hopkins Inn

22 Hopkins Road, New Preston, CT 06777.

(860) 868-7295. Our award-winning fine dining restaurant specializes in contemporary Austrian cuisine, complemented by an extensive wine cellar. In season, we serve breakfast, lunch, and dinner on the porch shaded by umbrellas and on our terrace under a grand old chestnut tree. The lake and surrounding hills can be viewed from everywhere. Special gatherings include event planning as well as complimentary country style floral arrangements from the innkeepers' gardens. The restaurant is open Tues. - Sun., and on holiday Mondays, from late March until January 1st each year.

The Pantry

8 Titus Road, Washington, CT 06794.

Titus Square. (860) 868-0258. Celebrating 38 years as northwest Connecticut's outpost for imported and domestic gourmet and specialty foods. Continental breakfast, luncheon, and afternoon tea are served at café tables surrounded by hand painted pottery, kitchenware, and culinary gifts. Picnic boxes, take-out foods, and exceptional catering are available. "Remarkably consistent throughout its long life – a tiny gem sparkling in the Litchfield Hills, a place where people gather." Patricia Brooks, New York Times. Open Tues. - Sat. 10 - 6.

The Pantry

5 Titus Road, Washington, CT 06794.

Titus Square.  (860) 868-0258. Celebrating 38 years as northwest Connecticut's outpost for imported and domestic gourmet and specialty foods. Continental breakfast, luncheon, and afternoon tea is served at cafe tables surrounded by hand painted pottery, kitchenware, and culinary gifts. Picnic boxes, take out foods, fresh bakery, and exceptional catering available. "Remarkably consistent throughout its long life – a tiny gem sparkling in the Litchfield Hills, a place where people gather." Patricia Brooks, New York Times. Tues.-Sat. 10-6.

The Smithy

10 Main Street, New Preston, CT 06777.

(860) 868-9003. Situated in a meticulously rebuilt former blacksmith shop, we showcase exclusively local food, focusing on products made using sustainable, organic practices whenever possible. Upstairs you'll find the loft gallery where we exhibit rotating shows of local artists and provide a space for the community to gather and connect. Wed. through Mon. 10 – 5:30.

White Horse Country Pub and Restaurant

58 New Milford Turnpike, New Preston, CT 06777.

(860) 868-1496. Good Honest Food at affordable prices, prepared from scratch with love and pride. Best Classic Pub New England – Yankee Magazine, Five Stars –"Excellent". Country & Aboard Statewide Best Restaurants Connecticut - Best Pub, Best Value, Best Prime Rib. Open 7 days a week 11am-10pm. Bar until Close; & Sunday Brunch 11-4. EAT – DRINK – LIVE WELL