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Livingly: July 2017

WC-Press-Livingly-07002017“There is way too much to love when it comes to Walrus Pie at Walrus + Carpenter, as it’s full of bacon-chocolate chip cookie crust, bacon crumble, bacon candy & peanut butter ice cream, for good measure. Come for the amazing BBQ, but you’ve definitely got to save room for dessert.

The Best Part: Walrus + Carpenter has a dessert menu of six different kinds of pie, so there are other options if you’ve already had enough bacon at dinner — but is there really ever such a thing as too much bacon?”

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Connecticut Magazine: July 12, 2017

WC-Press-ConnMag-07122017“Residents claim the Black Rock neighborhood as “Connecticut’s Brooklyn,” and though New Londoners might beg to differ, the comparison makes sense. Black Rock can be thought of as a smaller, hipper borough of Bridgeport and just like Brooklyn, N.Y., it offers some of the best of what hipster culture has to offer.”

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CTbites: July 6, 2017

WC-Press-CTbites-0706201720 + Kid Friendly Restaurants in Fairfield County CT

“Walrus + Carpenter in Bridgeport is known for its BBQ. Many meats are meant for sharing so kids can dive in to all kinds of BBQ classics.”

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CTbites: June 25, 2017

WC-Press-CTbites-06252017“This lovely gastropub and smokehouse has tons of beers on tap and a killer snacks and meat entrée menu. Walrus + Carpenter has flavorful bites that go great with a cold beer such as smoked pork nuggets, maple pork belly, smoked pork tacos, and more. The daily special dishes are also worth a visit, even when coming from across the state.”

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Best Things Connecticut: April 27, 2017

WC-Press-BTCt-04272017“This hip gastropub and smokehouse is a popular spot for a meal, beer tasting, bourbon, or to take in one of their plentiful events. Hit them up for happy hour on Wednesday to Friday from 3 to 6 p.m. for discounted drinks and delectable smoked wings or pig pen nachos. Their dinner menu is also stunning and features a great three course platter to share with friends.”

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Connecticut Magazine: March 19, 2017

WC-Press-CTMagazine-031920177 of Connecticut’s Best Barbecue Joints

“But that’s just scratching the surface. A lengthy list of small and large plates aim to please. Sides include baked mac and cheese, creamed kale and asparagus. Start your meal with a few scrumptious snacks for the table like deviled eggs or deep-fried, blue cheese-stuffed olives. And of course there are a wide variety of craft beers on tap, a nice wine list and a full bar.”

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