Hot Oil and Sausage at Colony Grill
Read our review on Hungry Travels:
This was a good pizza… a five napkin pizza.
I’m not embarrassed to say that I ate the whole thing.
In 1935, a post-Prohibition tavern named Colony Grill opened in an Irish neighborhood in Stamford, Connecticut. Since then, the "Colony" has become famous for what is now its only menu offering: a one-of-a-kind, thin-crust pizza that is served simply – with or without our signature hot oil – amid classic American charm.