The town of Enfield situated on the Connecticut River and bordering on Massachusetts of which it was once a part, has its own “Miracle Mile. ” That is the mile long Enfield Historic District which was its first road (actually trail) from 1680 and now is an attractively wide boulevard with very spacious historic houses and lawns. One of those houses was the home of the great African American singer and actor Paul Robeson during the 40s and early 50s. The Old Town Hall Museum resides in a building constructed as a meeting house in 1775 and it was only a year later that services were interrupted by the drumming of one Captain Abbey to announce the outbreak of war at Concord and Lexington to the Minute Men who were in attendance.
Present day Enfield is the home of a radically different kind of house construction. The town's largest employer is the U.S. headquarters of the Danish plastic brick and game manufacturer, The Lego Company. Hallmark Cards is the second-largest employer. To continue with houses, In the 1780s, Enfield became the home of the only Shaker community ever established in Connecticut. The Shaker Historic District contains fifteen buildings in which were created some of the most beautiful furniture and crafts in American history. Shakers believed that they served God by approaching every task with a sense of care that resulted in a distinctive style incorporating simplicity, utility and fine craftsmanship. The Shakers were pioneers of the principles of form and function that has also been called “Religion in Wood.” A number of Shaker creations can be seen at the Old Town Hall Museum. So there you have it, from the antique to the modern or really from the Shaker “cutting edge” design to the manufacture of plastic blocks that are an American (and worldwide) tradition, altogether in Enfield.
Jason's Seafood is open for lunch and dinner every day in Enfield, CT. This restaurant serves the best fresh fish, shellfish, chicken, beef and pasta in the dining room or for take out. Appetizers, soup, salad and side orders are available. Adults over 21 can enjoy beer or wine with their meals, too.
There's a nautical atmosphere inside that will remind customers of fish places down the shore. The fish nets and models of lighthouses can be seen from almost every chair. Management runs a "tight ship" and the staff is prepared to welcome people aboard and provide friendly service throughout the meal. Great food and customer satisfaction go hand in hand here.
Monday - Saturday 11:30 am - 3:30 pm
Monday - Thursday 3:30 pm - 10:00 pm
Friday - Saturday 3:30 pm - 11:00 pm
Sunday & Holidays 12:00 pm - 10:00 pm
Think you have what it takes to entertain a crowd at Bobby V's? Good! We're looking for entertainers from singers to musicians, stilt walkers to magicians and everything in between.
So, how do you get picked?
Step 1: Visit Bobby V's on Facebook at: www.facebook.com/bobbyvsrestauran t
Step 2: Like our page.
Step 3: Send a message with your contact information and a link to your performance footage. We prefer video or audio clips.
Step 4: Sit back and relax.
Our special events team will review your message and information to see if you are a fit for Bobby V's. If so, our team member will get in touch via the information provided in your message. Good luck!
Bobby V's Restaurant and Sports Bar is the newest concept in sports entertainment. A partnership venture between Sportech Venues, Inc. , Winners , and Bobby Valentine, Bobby V's Restaurant and Sports Bar opened to the public in January 2014.
The stunning sports bar and restaurant seats up to 300 and features 70 large screen TVs, a golf simulator, and private meeting room. Guests will be able to focus on their favorite sport on a giant 17 ft. LED TV, one of the largest in New England. With a completely new kitchen led by Executive Chef Jordan Stein, guests will be treated to an accessible sports bar menu launched to a new level. Exciting and original menu items go far beyond the usual pub fare with fresh ingredients sourced locally.
Connecticut-based architects Jones Byrne Margeotes Partners of Greenwich designed the restaurant and Van Horst General Contractors of East Hartford built the project using mostly area constructors.