(Meet Jenna Burger of Danbury. We've never actually met in person, but she's been a loyal FairfieldCountyChild.com reader since waaaaay back in 2007 and I invited her to be a guest blogger here to help me broaden my reach a little up to her neck of the woods. Jenna is the mom of one, 2-year-old boy named Christian. She works at Waterworks as a store / visual designer and as a freelance interior designer. She enjoys traveling, architecture, museums, and most of all spending time with her son and husband. Thanks so much to Jenna for this great recommendation!)
What you have to understand about Rosy Tomorrows is that it's more than just a restaurant. It's a destination point in itself with great food, live music and a unique history. The main part of the building is an old railroad caboose and the multi-level restaurant has many fun features for all ages including a working train that runs above the bar and a classic fortune teller machine.
Rosy's is featured here because it is a truly kid-friendly restaurant, but I've also spent time there with adult friends - most recently on the patio with a friend and a month later with a larger group to celebrate my birthday (complete with poppers shot off by the waitstaff and a complementary fried ice cream just for the birthday girl!).
But most often, I visit the restaurant with my husband and son. We're always greeted at the door with a balloon and crayons, but my son's attention is rarely focused on coloring. Like most kids who visit Rosy Tomorrows, he's distracted by the unique airplane replicas and pictures of trains and planes all over the walls.
Appetizer, lunch and dinner selections are traditional family-friendly fare but with a unique and tasty twist. And the food is always HOT! Check out their menu by clicking here.
So next time you’re visiting Danbury, stop by Rosy Tomorrow’s for a surprising and always entertaining meal!
15 Old Mill Plain Road, Danbury