Madison, CT Restaurants, Restaurant Menus & Dining
This historical coastal town has several Historical homes open to the public. A quaint town for shopping and movies, Madison also has Connecticut's longest public beach; Hammonasset State Park. The Allis-Bushnell House was built in 1785 and was the home of Cornelius Bushnell. Cornelius Bushnell financed the building of the Monitor which was the first Iron Clad Vessel in the Civil War. Phone: 203-245-4567 for more information. Another Historical home is the Deacon John Grave House, built in 1685. This home served as an inn, a hospital, school and courthouse. Call 245-4798 for more information. The Hammonasset State Park has 2 miles of sandy beach where you can enjoy boating, fishing, hiking, biking, more than 550 camp sites and more. 245-2785. When your day is over, if you are staying overnight, there are several inns as well.
|Zhang's Restaurant||44 Boston Post Rd.||Chinese, Japanese, Asian||203-245-3300|
|Madison Beach Hotel||94 West Wharf Rd.||Hotel||203-245-1404|
|Inn at Lafayette||725 Boston Post Rd.||Inn||203-245-7773|