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Best Things Connecticut: January 16, 2018

BestOfCT-01162018“This typical German pub transported to Connecticut serves tantalizing appetizers—perfect with your frothing pint. Dig into raclette, bratwurst, or butter poached asparagus, or select from a range of cured meats and specialty cheeses. The wooden ceilings, paneled walls, and warm lighting creates a cozy atmosphere for your dining experience.”

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New England Weekender Magazine: January 8, 2018

NEWeekender-01082018“It should be noted, it is hard to keep a group of our size quiet at any given moment, but once dinner came out, you could hear a pin drop, which speaks great volumes to this incredible food. Some standout characters include the spätzle, patty melt, bratwurst, and steak frites. Each of these meals carried such authentic and simple flavors, truly reflective of the Gastropub feel. This combination of European and American style left all of our stomachs full and satisfied.”

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Best Things CT: September 2, 2017

BestOfCT-09022017Sending you to Europe with their interior and foods, Rothbard is a favorite for adventurous eaters and drinkers throughout the state. You’ll have the option to feast upon escargot, raclette, schnitzel, duck ragout, and other tantalizing options. Their craft beer list is nicely organized by beer type—making it easier to pick out something you like—and offers beer lovers will find a wide selection of options including beers you may never have tried before.

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Best Things CT: March 9, 2017

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“Rothbard Ale + Larder successful transports visitors to Western Europe with their excellent beer selection and hearty food menu. With beer accompaniments such as brats and fluffy pretzels, Rothbard Ale + Larder has sufficient options for those looking for a trip without the flight. Their craft beer list has everything from sours to stouts and for those who don’t like beer, they also have an extensive red and white wine list.”

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