How did it all begin?
It began in Danbury, when Rosy was orphaned as a young girl. She was taken in to help with household chores by a family which owned the local hat factory. The head cook, sensing Rosy's energy and determination, took Rosy under her wing. Together they catered savory fare for innumerable parties, where Rosy learned firsthand how flavorful food could bring pleasure to the table.
Having gained a wealth of culinary knowledge, and desperate to be self sufficient, she opened a booth at the Great Danbury Fair in 1915. Not being able to afford a booth in the food pavilion, a stroke of luck put her as the only booth next to the beer dispensing pavilion and her sales of food specialties soared as thirsty patrons easily found her. Her real American menu drew crowds of hungry devotees year after year and her fame increased.
Daily 11:30 a.m. to 10:30 p.m.
Late Nite Menu served Thursday,
Friday & Saturday 10:30 p.m. to 12ish
Sunday Brunch: 11:30 a.m. to 2:30 pm.
Kitchen closes at 10 p.m. Sunday
Bar open nightly until 1 a.m.
Friday & Saturday until 2 a.m.