What’s Cooking This Weekend At Little Pub

little pub meatloaf grilled cheese

Krakatoa Wings

Crispy wings tossed in citrus-ginger-bbq glaze and served with a side of wasabi mint dip

Picnic Basket Burrito

Crispy fried chicken, gorgonzola crumbles, mixed greens, black olives, red onions, roasted red peppers, and a creamy balsamic vinaigrette all wrapped up in a warm flour tortilla  

Meatloaf Grilled Cheese

Thick cut meatloaf, cheddar cheese, smoked bacon, BBQ sauce, fried onions and buttermilk ranch grilled between two slices of country white bread



What’s Cooking This Weekend At Little Pub

little pub hot tot poutine

SweetHot Wings

Crispy wings tossed in a sweet and spicy raspberry roasted garlic habanero bbq glaze and served with buttermilk ranch dip

Hot Tot Poutine

Thin sliced ginger soy marinated beef short ribs served over crispy tater tots topped with a thai chili garlic cheese sauce, fresh chopped cilantro, and scallions

Castroville Special

Sweet Italian sausage patty, melting provolone, crispy breaded eggplant, artichokes, roasted peppers, caramelized onions, and a balsamic basil aioli on a garlic buttered roll

I wanna put on my my my my my Boogie Shoes. And Boogie wit you.

hank little pub dancing with the stars

Henri “Hank Sinatra” Fatigate was born February 26 1991 in Yonkers New York. At the age of 7 he moved from his New York estate to the bucolic town of Fairfield Connecticut graduating from Fairfield Ludlowe High School in 2009 with OK grades. At a young age, he became infatuated with dance. Ever the Student, he spent his time learning every move he could from his hero Cab Calloway, the man who coined the term jitterbug. No easy dance to learn. But after many, many years of dancing alone in his one bedroom apartment, it seemed he was finally ready to compete. And so he did. Hank’s favorite recording artists have always been off base with the rest of his peers. While others listened to Jay Z, he was dancing cheek to cheek with Frank, or taking a kick in the head with Dean Martin. History would show straying from the beaten path would lead to years of failure and humiliation. And in 2010, Hanks world was rocked. It was June 5th at Carnegie Hall, his big break. Hank Stepped up on stage and gave some 2800 fans everything he had. Unfortunately for Hank, it just wasn’t enough. And after being booed off stage, he decided it was time to hang his dancing leotard up. It was then that Hank signed on to be the premier bus boy at the original Little Pub in Ridgefield. From there, he scrapped and clawed his way up the corporate ladder, from bus boy, to valet, to food runner, to server, to bartender, and finally, to sitting in the big chair as the manager of the Wilton branch. But something was still missing. Something wasn’t fulfilling him the way dancing once did. So he’s back for one last shot and he’s going to do it his way!

Join us in supporting Hank as he participates in Elderhouse Dancing with the Stars



little pub elderhouse

Dancing with the Stars – A Gala Benefit for ElderHouse
Saturday, March 24, 2018

Rolling Hills Country Club
333 Hurlbutt Street, Wilton, CT 06897
6:00pm to 11:00pm

Cocktails ~ Dinner ~ Dance Competition ~ Live Auction ~ Paddle Raise
Black Tie Optional

All proceeds from the event will support the care and services
ElderHouse provides to older adults and their family caregivers.


What’s Cooking This Weekend At Little Pub

Little Pub French Dip


Crispy wings tossed in a maple bourbon bacon glaze and served with a side of buttermilk ranch

Trans Pacific Burrito

Crispy fried chicken glazed with traditional General Tso’s sauce and wrapped up in grilled flour tortilla with vegetable fried brown rice, avocado, pico de gallo, and a toasted sesame-ginger aioli

LP French Dip

Thin sliced roast beef and horseradish a jus on a fresh baked roll with swiss cheese, caramelized onions, crunchy fried onions and a horseradish infused A1 sauce

The Little Pub Holiday Cheer Sessions. Episode 3 : PJ Pacifico Do They Know It’s Christmas?

The pub opened while we were recording and guests started wandering in for lunch but this warm up may be our favorite take of P.J. Pacifico’s version of “Do They Know It’s Christmas?”

More Little Pub Holiday Cheer videos up here:  https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCaCKsa2iFa0fMGMgN7tXrWw  and more to come over the next week.

What’s Cooking This Weekend At Little Pub

Everything Bagel Burger Fresh ground hand packed angus beef crusted with “everything bagel” spices and topped with an over easy egg, breakfast sausage, a crispy hash brown patty, red onion, and jalapeno-roasted garlic cream cheese


Crispy wings tossed in a robust italian dressing and grated parmesan cheese. Served with a side of our “heavy on the garlic” garlic aioli

Easy Street Burrito 

Creole spiced chicken breast, pepperjack, smoked bacon, mixed greens, guacamole, pico de gallo, and chipotle aioli all wrapped up in a soft flour tortilla

Everything Bagel Burger

Fresh ground hand packed angus beef crusted with “everything bagel” spices and topped with an over easy egg, breakfast sausage, a crispy hash brown patty, red onion, and jalapeno-roasted garlic cream cheese

Pete Francis of Dispatch plays Little Pub


Pete Francis and friends at Little Pub Greenwich Friday November 24 2017.

As co-founder of Dispatch- a trio widely recognized as one of the biggest independent acts in rock history-singer/songwriter/multi-instrumentalist Pete Francis proved himself to be an artist of boundless creativity and joyful versatility. Nearly two decades after the band first broke onto the New England scene, Francis continues to create boldly innovative music through his work as a solo musician, record producer, and member of the still majorly crowd-drawing Dispatch.

Growing up in Riverside, Connecticut, Francis first picked up guitar at age 13 and quickly discovered his undeniable passion for songwriting. At 19, while studying at Middlebury College in Vermont, he joined forces with classmates Brad Corrigan and Chad Stokes to form Dispatch and start honing the group’s earthy yet groove-laced brand of alternative rock. Soon after releasing their 1996 debut Silent Steeples on their own Bomber Records label, Dispatch steadily gained a colossal following across the globe, thanks largely to word-of-mouth from diehard fans. By 2004, with four full-length albums and countless tours under their belt, Dispatch decided to go on hiatus and part ways indefinitely. But before moving on, the trio put on a massively attended farewell show at the Hatch Shell in Boston, luring 110,000 concert-goers and enticing fans from as far away as Australia, Europe, and South America.

Several years before the start Dispatch’s extended hiatus, Francis made his debut as a solo artist with the release of 2001’s So They Say. Over the next 13 years he’d go on to turn out six more solo records, each further revealing his adventurously creative spirit and devotion to intricate songcraft. As heard of his most recent solo effort-2013’s fantastically psychedelia-tinged Immodal Implozego-Francis’s solo material endlessly blurs musical boundaries while delivering indelible melodies and sharply poetic lyrics. In the midst of cultivating that genre-warping solo career, Francis joined the resurrected Dispatch in 2007 for a series of sold-out shows at New York City’s Madison Square Garden. That three-night stint was captured in the double live album Zimbabwe, a 2007 release whose title references Dispatch’s donating the bulk of ticket-sale proceeds to various Zimbabwean charities. Several years later, in 2011, the band set out on a sold-out national tour, which included three shows each at Colorado’s Red Rocks Amphitheatre and Boston’s TD Garden.

As Dispatch continues to tour and release new material (including the 2012 full-length Circles Around the Sun), Francis divides his time between the band and his own musical pursuits. In 2013, for instance, he constructed and began operating Dragon Crest Recording Studio at his home in Old Greenwich, Connecticut. The studio served as the main recording site for Volume 1, the debut album from his latest musical venture, Dragon Crest Collective. In bringing Volume 1 to life, Francis teamed up with local musicians to build a high-energy, party-ready but strikingly thoughtful hybrid of lo-fi hip-hop and groove-heavy rock. Working primarily out of Dragon Crest Recording Studio, Francis has also produced material for a host of acclaimed artists, including jazz pianist Paul Tillotson and jazz organist Brian Charette.

What’s Cooking This Weekend At Little Pub

Little Pub Crispy Crumble Chorizo Burrito

Local Honey Wings

Crispy wings tossed in a honey mustard bbq glaze made with local honey from the little pub Greenwich backyard bee hive 

Crispy Crumble Chorizo Burrito

Fresh ground chorizo sausage, guacamole, roasted corn pico de gallo, crispy tater tots, crumbled cotija cheese, and chili garlic lime sour cream all wrapped up in a grilled flour tortilla

Burger di Modena

Fresh ground, hand packed angus beef topped with goat cheese, balsamic red wine marinated roasted pears, smoked bacon, baby arugula and a drizzle of chipotle spiked honey

Bleachers Unplugged at Little Pub Fairfield 12/07/17

bleachers little pub

Please join Little Pub, Michaels Jewelers, and Star 99.9 in welcoming Bleachers to Little Pub Fairfield for an intimate private acoustic set.
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