Animal Hospital of Greenwich 2061 W Main St, Stamford, CT06902 The Animal Hospital of Greenwich is located on the border of Stamford and Greenwich near the corner of West Main Street…More and Havemeyer Lane. Professional services include ultrasound, radiographs, oncology and endoscopy. The facility also offers boarding, grooming, an intensive care unit and emergency attention.
Heritage Park Atlantic St & Main St, Stamford, CT06901 Heritage Park, also known as Veteran's Park, is located on the west side of the Stamford Town Center complex. The park…More includes several native varieties of trees, as well as monuments to the area's veterans. The park is bustling with people: it borders a bus stop, is a right of way to offices and is a popular lunch spot on nice days.
Eggplant and Johnson Fine Collectibles 161 Waterbury Ave, Stamford, CT06902 Eggplant and Johnson Fine Collectibles is an independent antique dealership located near the border of Darien by Cove…More Island Park. Items include paintings, sculptures, vases and more. Services are by appointment only, and include appraisal, auction, restoration and alterations.
Mianus River Park Merriebrook Lane, Stamford, CT06902 The Mianus River flows through this public park, a 220-acre deciduous forest that straddles the Stamford-Greenwich…More border. It's a haven for dog walkers, mountain bikers, fishermen, hikers and joggers alike. The best entrance to the park is from Merribrook Lane, which is a well-hidden street accessible from Westover Road about a mile south of the Merritt Parkway.
Garibaldi Mexican Grill & Pizza 414 W Main St, Stamford, CT06902 Garibaldi's Mexican Grill & Pizza is a local favorite when it comes to South-of-the-border favorites such as tacos,…More quesadillas, burritos and tamales. Located in the West Side Mini Mall near the corner of West Main and Victory streets, this particular restaurant is known for fast service and is only a short drive from downtown. Popular products include Mexican dishes of all sorts as well as pizza, desserts, beer and other cold drinks.
Corporate Park Deli 2001 W Main St, Stamford, CT06902 Corporate Park Deli is a favorite of employees who work at the office complex of 2001 West Main St. Located on Route 1…More near the Greenwich border, this busy little establishment is about two and a half miles from downtown and easily accessible from Interstate 95. Specialties include soups, sandwiches, hot plates and cold drinks with something new on the menu almost daily.
The Stone House 31 Cascade Rd, Stamford, CT06903 The Stone House is a venue located in Stamford, on the border of New Canaan. Part of the North Stamford Congregational…More Church, the large stone and wood house is available for rent. The house has hosted an array of events including festivals, fairs, wedding receptions, parties, corporate events and meetings. The facility features a banquet area with hardwood floors, an elevated stage, a large full kitchen, bathrooms and parking. For rates, see the North Stamford Congregational Church website. For further inquiries, phone The Stone House at North Stamford Congregational Church.
Ole Mole is an excellent choice for those foodies looking for south-of-the-border cuisine without the extra calories.…More Open for lunch and dinner, this authentic Mexican Cocina takes great pride in what its does and prepares its food with only the freshest ingredients. Located across the street from the High Ridge Center just before the Merritt Parkway, this particular location is one of three in Fairfield Country and offers hungry customers burritos, tacos, fine salsas and more. Ole Mole also caters parties.
In business for 30 years at this location, there isn't much that Tacos Guadalajara owner Galdino Velasco doesn't know…More about the city of Stamford. As the president and founder of the Latino Foundation of Stamford (LAFOS), he has channeled most of his energy into community relations, not only in "the city that works," but in Neza, Mexico, Stamford's sister city south of the border.
Velasco is a huge soccer fan and family man who has seen the area grow from a small town with dirt roads to a thriving business center. As far as his tacos are concerned, though, he simply lets his clientele do the talking. Television personalities, including Maury Povich, Jerry Springerand Steve Wilkos, all know where to find Velasco and have his number on speed dial. The WWE Superstars have filmed three commercials at this location and frequently dine at the Atlantic Street outpost.
In addition to tacos, community service and celebrity praise, Velasco also has his own radio talk show that has kept the local Latino population up-to-date for the past 25 years. Tacos Guadalajara also has catering and delivery services. For more information on the foundation, visit www.LAFOSInc.org.