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300 Seat Beer Garden @ Harbor Point Opening in Stamford

Imian Hospitality, in collaboration with Building & Land Technology, announce The Beer Garden @ Harbor Point. Beginning in early May beer enthusiasts will have a new venue to call their own, Stamford’s first ever waterfront beer garden with over 300 seats, craft beer, and food trucks. And now we are excited for Summer. 

With a carefully curated roster of 24 craft beers on draft showcasing hard to find ales from Dogfish Head, Captain Lawrence, Curious Traveler and local Connecticut brewers Thomas Hooker, Half Full and Two Roads, it promises to be a beer lover’s nirvana. The Beer Garden will also feature a reserve list of large format bottled craft brews for the true connoisseur. In addition, master mixologist Jason Clark has created a collection of hand crafted American-centric cocktails that provide a refreshing alternative to great beer.

A rotating collection of Gourmet Food trucks slotted along the Beer Garden’s driveway will provide a culinary bounty that will contribute to the innovative and unique character of the Beer Garden. Lobster Rolls & Crab Cakes from Lobstercraft, Wood Fired Farm to Table Pizzas from Skinny Pines, Sandwiches from Hot Off The Grill, Authentic Caribbean from Maddy’s and Gourmet Grilled Cheese from Melt Mobile will all be part of the experience. Heil adds, “We will be offering terrific food that is sustainable, local and that compliments the craft beer, wine and cocktails in a spectacular waterfront setting. A pretty attractive combination.”

“The Beer Garden @ Harbor Point" will be a newly constructed 6,000 square foot oasis has 300+ seats on two levels both inside and out, featuring a spectacular private bar room with its own outdoor terrace on the second floor with views of Long Island Sound.

Imian Hospitality partners Johnny Heil, Paul Tully and Ted Kakoyiannis have been a creative force and owner behind the success of numerous NYC restaurants and bars of note including Local, Lucy’s Cantina Royale, Rogue & Canon, The Beer Garden at Local West, Scarpetta, Caffe Lugo and the Lenny’s Sandwich chain.

The Imian & BLT design teams have worked to create an inviting, casual interior through the inspired use recycled wooden cargo pallets that will evoke a rustic, casual feel juxtaposed against the modern glass and aluminum structure of the building’s exterior. The pallets have been collected from the nearby BLT construction projects in the South End and the reclaimed wood will be featured throughout the space as wall treatments, table tops and bar shelving.

Beginning in early May, The Beer Garden @ Harbor Point will be open Wednesday, Thursday & Fridays from 4pm until last call and Saturday and Sundays from 12 noon until last call. 

Follow The Beer Garden @ Harbor Point on Facebook or for questions, contact Courtney Dumais at

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Reader Comments (6)

OMG I love beers!!!

April 24, 2013 | Unregistered CommenterNicole R

Beer is just awesome! Although I do enjoy a nice spritzer.

April 24, 2013 | Unregistered CommenterTom C

Are hats allowed?

May 9, 2013 | Unregistered Commenterjlord

Thank you all for responding, and we look forward to seeing you tonight for our Grand Opening.

To promote a level of class, we request that you wear no hats, Notre Dame peraphenalia or green sneakers. Other than that, come dressed to drink.

May 9, 2013 | Unregistered CommenterSite Administrator

To promote a level of class you may want to serve your patrons in under an hour. Never going back to your establishment

May 13, 2013 | Unregistered CommenterLAE

To promote a level of class, you might not want to serve your customers wine in a red solo cup!

May 16, 2013 | Unregistered CommenterAngela

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