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New Canaan Olive Oil
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We offer gourmet olive oils and vinegars as well as many other artisan goods.

Heidi Burrows
Baskin-Robbins
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A downtown New Canaan fixture for decades, Baskin-Robbins offers great service, indoor and outdoor seating and a wide variety of sweet treats, including ice cream, sundaes, floats and other drinks, cakes and candies.

Anna Valente-Krolikowski
Boulevard 18
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Boulevard 18 is a bistro and wine bar with a cozy dining area.

Ching’s Table
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Manhattan-styled, Pan-Asian infusion.

Baldanza
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Sandy and Angela Baldanza say their “passion is to create innovative all natural meals for that special soul who seeks out great organic meals crafted with the finest organic products.”

Cava Wine Bar & Restaurant
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Executive Chef Nube Rivera pairs new and flavorful accompaniments and side dishes to enliven traditional Italian old world foods.

elm restaurant
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Seasonal American cuisine that is rooted in tradition.

Farmer’s Table
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The new Farmer’s Table has 46 seats, nearly three times as many as the previous restaurant. Former patrons of Bonne Nuit will notice a substantial change in the remodeled dining room, with an open floor plan, brighter design and a wide-open kitchen–a feature that chef/owner Robert Ubaldo says has been a hit with diners.

Station Eats
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Juicy hamburgers, veggie burgers and snappy hot dogs cooked to order, loads of toppings, crispy hot French fries, salad, thick milkshakes and ice cold beers.

Walter Stewart’s Market
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New Canaan’s oldest retailer, Walter Stewart’s Market was founded in 1907 when Walter Stewart, an enterprising young grocer, bought out the George Wilser grocery store founded decades earlier by Seymour Comstock, which was located opposite the present Town Hall on Main Street. The seventh son (of a seventh son) of a Northern Irish Farmer, Walter Stewart had migrated to the United States and found employment with a New York City grocer. Once he had saved up enough of his earnings, he headed north on the train to look for an opportunity to start his own business.

Alex and Doug Stewart