Something is brewing: Rodd’s Restaurant | Connecticut News
BRISTOL, CT (WFSB) – If you love breakfasts or burgers, you’ll love this edition of Something’s Cooking.
A restaurant in Bristol has served tasty food for decades.
Rodd’s Restaurant opened 33 years ago and remains open 365 days a year.
“We are open during storms. Hurricanes, everything, ”said Gina Legnani Pellrine, owner of Rodd’s restaurant. “We are not closing. We do not close for the holidays.
Farmington Avenue Restaurant serves traditional breakfast dishes and more.
The stuffed French toast sandwich is a hit, as is the special French toast banana bread.
John Wilson, from Wolcott, comes seven days a week for scrambled eggs at Rodd’s.
“The company is great, the staff is great, the cook is great. You can’t lose, ”he said.
If you’re not in the mood for breakfast, Rodd’s has 27 different kinds of stuffed burgers on the menu.
“We make our shepherd’s pie. A little mac and cheese and a little corn inside. We make the Elvis burger, which is peanut butter stuffed inside. I know a lot of people say ‘ew’ but it’s a good game, ”said Legnani Pellrine.
Tammy Brunelle has been a waitress at Rodd’s for almost 30 years.
She says the good prices and the family atmosphere continue to bring customers back.
“Most of the people who come keep coming for years. I have had the same clients for 30 years, ”said Brunelle.
Customers love the service.
“The food is great, the people are great, the staff are fantastic. Everyone takes care of everyone, ”said Mike O’Brien of Bristol.
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