Inklings News

New restaurant Malibu Taco excites Fairfield County

New restaurant Malibu Taco located in Fairfield serves tacos, tapas and more.

Kylie Cohen ’20 and Ella Bloomimgdale ’20

October 21, 2019

Toto: A delicious menu with a Mediterranean twist

DIVINELY DESIGNED: The menu cover features a variety of Mediterranean cuisine including vegetables, fish and olive oil.

Emma Van Riper ’20, Social Media Director

June 11, 2019

There are many great restaurants all over Fairfield County. Located in the heart of downtown Fairfield at 5919 70 Reef Rd, the Mediterranean restaurant Toto offers delicious food for all taste palettes. As soon as I approached the restaurant, I was pleased to see that there was both indoor and outdoor seatin...

Pine Creek defines cheap and easy

Pine Creek defines cheap and easy

Jake Navarro ’20

January 6, 2019

Most high schoolers don't have jobs and if they do, they don't earn a lot. For a cheap and quick bite to eat, Pine Creek Deli offers the best options. Located on the border of Westport and Fairfield at 2120 Post Rd., Fairfield, Pine Creek offers an array of options from deli sandwiches to bacon egg and...

Say aloha to delicious at Pokemoto

Say aloha to delicious at Pokemoto

October 4, 2018

By Madison Andrews '20 The rapid expansion of Pokemoto restaurants in Fairfield County comes as no surprise. The July grand opening in Fairfield was followed by expansion to South Norwalk and coming soon to Stamford. This new Poke restaurant is conveniently located on 1512 Post Road in the former...

Quattro Pazzi Cafe is the best Italian meal in Connecticut

Quattro Pazzi Cafe is the best Italian meal in Connecticut

June 8, 2018

By Jack Lev '20 Driving down the Post Road in Fairfield, Connecticut, you will quickly be surrounded by the aroma of classic Italian food. That amazing smell is coming from 1599 Post Road East, where Quattro Pazzi Cafe is located. Quattro Pazzi takes up a relatively large space. The wooden walls,...

Shearwater coffee

Shearwater coffee

June 13, 2017

By Lili Romann ’19 and Seby Shuken ’18

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