Colony Grill was named one of Hearst Media’s Top 50 Workplaces in Connecticut for 2015, based on independent survey data accumulated from employees of more than 800 in-state companies. It is the first time a restaurant company has been included among the annual list.
The Hot Oilers, a long-distance relay team sponsored by Colony Grill, participated in the 28th Annual Swim Across the Sound marathon on July 25, 2015. All told, more than 250 swimmers protected by a fleet of 100 boats made the 15.5 mile journey across the Long Island Sound to help raise money for the battle against cancer. The Hot Oilers raised the most funds of any team this year ($17,000) and the Swim has raised more than $2 million since its inception. Nice job, gang!
The newest Colony Grill, which opened on May 20, 2013, is located at the site of the Former Harrison’s Hardware Building on historic Milford Green.
BuzzFeed, the seemingly ubiquitous social media and news website, listed 21 words you may not actually understand unless you are from Fairfield County, Connecticut. Colony was #9 on the list…described as the area’s “best pizza!”
The managers of The Waypointe, a brand new major mixed-use development on West Avenue in Norwalk, list the top 10 reasons why they love being adjacent to Colony Grill’s newest location in Fairfield County.
The fourth Colony location in Connecticut is located at the newly constructed Waypointe mixed-use development; 515 West Avenue via Orchard Street and Merwin Street.
Colony Grill was named one of Hearst Media’s Top 50 Workplaces in Connecticut for 2015, based on independent survey data accumulated from employees of more than 800 in-state companies. It is the first time a restaurant company has been included in the annual list.
The Culture Trip has updated its guide to eating out in Stamford, discovering the top ten places — including Colony Grill — to dine in the charming Connecticut city.
The Big Apple-based publication includes the Colony “hot oil” pie among its list of pizzas that are a short Metro North train ride away from Manhattan, and well worth the trek.
Colony Grill’s fourth location will be located at the newly-constructed Waypointe mixed-use development on West Avenue in Norwalk, CT.
Colony’s hot oil pie is included in national food blog’s list of 15 pizzas to try before you die.
Pizza Today Magazine features Colony Grill and explores how to at once keep happy the over-21 crowd and families alike.
Colony Grill is one of the Nutmeg State’s top pizza venues, according to the annual list compiled by Connecticut Magazine.
The Colony Grill hot oil pie is one of the top 50 pizzas in the nation worth traveling for, according to a 2014 Tripadvisor poll.
The Daily Meal released its annual accounting of our nation’s best pizzas, and Colony again made the list.
Food blogger Adam Robb traveled to our flagship location in Stamford to try a few Hot Oil pies on behalf of the famous New York City paper.
The Colony pie won top Gold Coast billing for the 9th consecutive year.
Colony Grill is featured in the 9th edition of Roadfood: The Coast-to-Coast Guide to America’s Best Local Eateries.
Colony’s salad pizza reviewed by renowned food blog CT Bites.
In the very same spot where carpenters bought nails by the pound and rope by the foot, you can now buy famous Colony pizza.
The newest Colony Grill is located at the site of the Former Harrison’s Hardware Building on historic Milford Green.
Colony Grill Included Among New York Magazine’s 2013 List of the Top 101 Pies in the United States.
Colony Grill Pizza has won the “Best of Reader’s Picks” in the following years. Best Pizza – 2013, 2012, 2011, 2010, 2009, 2008, 2007, 2006, 2005.