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:  and more to come over the next week.

What’s Cooking This Weekend At Little Pub

little pub chicken and waffles

Chick n’ Waffles

Southern fried boneless chicken breast on a massive Belgian waffle topped with bacon-brown sugar butter. Side of Sriracha spiked maple syrup just for fun

Go Go Gochujang Wings

Crispy wings tossed in a gochujang-bbq glaze and served with wasabi mint cool down

PepperJacky Crunch Burger

Fresh ground, hand packed angus beef topped with smoked bacon, melting pepperjack, buffalo sauce, crunchy fried tortilla strips, and an outrageous creamy bleu cheese-red onion-celery slaw

What’s Cooking This Weekend At Little Pub

little pub meatloaf grilled cheese

Meatloaf Grilled Cheese

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

Chicken Alfredo Tots

Crispy tater tots topped with thin sliced chicken breast, caramelized onions and roasted peppers and then smothered in creamy italian cheese sauce

Return Of El Cabo Wrap

Cilantro lime grilled chicken breast, field greens, pico, roasted corn-black bean salsa, guacamole, cheddarjack, and chipotle aioli all wrapped up in a soft flour tortilla


What We’re Cooking This Weekend At Little Pub

Little Pub Pickle Wings Plump wings brined in pickle juice, fried up crispy, and served with a jalapeño-dill buttermilk ranch dip


Pickle Wings

Plump wings brined in pickle juice, fried up crispy, and served with a jalapeño-dill buttermilk ranch dip

Cabo Chicken Wrap Redux

Cilantro-lime marinated chicken breast, pepper jack, pico, roasted corn, black beans, lettuce, guacamole, and chipotle aioli all wrapped up in a soft flour tortilla

You’ll Need Three Hands Burger 

Fresh ground, hand packed angus beef topped with melting cheddar, crispy fried onions, mac ‘n cheese, and buffalo sauce

What We’re Cooking This Weekend At Little Pub

little pub haute dog

Haute Dog

Jumbo Hummel hot dog, chopped bacon bits, guacamole, bbq sauce and jalapeño-red onion slaw all tucked inside a toasted buttery brioche 

Pickle Wings

Plump wings brined overnight in pickle juice then fried up crispy and served with a jalapeño-dill buttermilk ranch dip

Go To Burrito

Adobo spiced ground beef, guacamole, spanish rice, smoky chipotle black beans, fried potato, cheddar jack and cilantro-lime sour cream all wrapped up a grilled flour tortilla.

Potsticker Chicken Burger

Fresh ground chicken breast seasoned with ginger, garlic, lemongrass, soy sauce and fresh herbs topped with field greens, ginger pickles, avocado, and sriracha aioli

It’s Peanut Butter Jelly Time!


little pub peanut butter and jelly challengeIt’s time for the 3rd annual Peanut Butter and Jelly Challenge. From April 1- 30 2017 we’re competing with Diamond Hill U.M.C. to collect jars of peanut butter and jelly for the Neighbor to Neighbor food pantry.  Bring jars of peanut butter or jelly to Little Pub Greenwich or Diamond Hill U.M.C. and we’ll bring them all over to Neighbor to Neighbor for distribution to families in need across lower Fairfield County.

The stakes are high. If Diamond Hill collects more peanut butter and jelly than we do they get free hot wings for a week. If we collect more Pastor Carol has promised to put in a good word for us with some higher ups to keep us out of hot places.

Post Blizzard Bread Puddng

Little Pub N’awlins Bread Pudding With Sugared Bourbon Sauce


Hopefully you picked up some bourbon and sugar while you were out stockpiling pre-blizzard bread, milk and eggs. You’ll need it to make the Little Pub N’awlins Bread Pudding With Sugared Bourbon Sauce

Step one:  prepare bread and milk soak

  • 3lbs bread (French, etc) chopped into small pieces
  • Combine into bowl with 1 gallon of milk, let soak
  • Pre-heat oven to 350.

Step two:  prepare the rest of the mixture

While bread is soaking, mix this stuff up in a separate bowl:

  • 20 whole eggs
  • 5 cups of sugar
  • 1 tablespoon ground cinnamon
  • 1/4 cup maple syrup
  • 4 tablespoon vanilla

Then add all that to the soaking bread. Mix that all up and set aside.

Step three: prepare the pans.

  • find two hotel pans or pyrex baking dishes that fit on top of each other. The pan with mixture should be able to fit over/inside pan containing the water.
  • Add 1/4 inch of water to bottom pan
  • Coat bottom and sides of top pan with butter, then add the bread mixture to the coated pan.
  • Place pan containing the mixture into/over the pan containing the 1/4 inch of water.
  • Place both into oven at 350 for 2-2 1/2 hours until golden brown on top.
  • While that cooks it’s time to…

Step four: prepare the Sugared Bourbon Sauce

  • Ratio of 1 cup sugar to 1 egg (depending on amount you need)
  • Mix together in bowl
  • Place bowl over boiling pot of water to cook. stir regularly.
  • Once uniform consistency is achieved remove from heat.
  • Then add desired bourbon. stir and taste
  • If necessary, add some more bourbon. stir and taste
  • Okay stop, that’s enough bourbon. okay fine, take a small sip/wee dram for yourself.

Step Five: time to eat!

  • Cut warm bread pudding into squares,
  • Drizzle sauce over top and serve.
  • Serves about 30 so invite the neighbors over.

Pop Up NebcoFest At Little Pub Fairfield

new england brewing little pub

If you gave up beer for Lent please look away to avoid temptation. Everyone else please call in sick to work and join us for a pop up NebcoFest with @newenglandbrew fuzzy baby ducks, locust reign, motuekamauke pale ale, and imperial stout trooper all on tap at 11:30 at Little Pub Fairfield

fuzzy baby ducks 100 on ratebeer

the impossible to get bright and fuzzy ipa

locust reign 97 on ratebeer

the equally impossible to get punchy and hoppy double ipa

motuekamauke- too early to rate on ratebeer but it’s really good

a new american pale ale that’s hard to pronounce after you’ve had two

imperial stout trooper 99 on ratebeer

thick as motor oil and the first beer new england brewing got sued over