Southern Norwalk’s downtown, widely known as the ‘SoNo’, is a small, compact district with a big variety of classy restaurants, shops and clubs along with a nearby Metro North rail station, post office, bank and cinema. Those seeking to get away from the bustle often stroll over to Oyster Shell Park or the Norwalk River, where they can view the harbor’s wildlife and thriving marinas.
The SoNo district brings New York-style variety into our little corner of Connecticut, with a few square blocks featuring American, Cuban, Irish, Italian, Japanese, Mexican and Spanish dishes for the hungry clientele. (their site, the sites for Barcelona, Strada 18, and The Brewhouse. SoNo has been honored in the local press for hosting some of Fairfield County’s hippest bars and nighclubs, establishments that cater to everyone from twentysomethings to the jet set.