The ZAGAT Reviews are In: The Copper Beech Inn Receives Top Scores

Essex, CT restaurant rated tops by the discriminating public.

(PRWEB) June 16, 2005 -- According to ZAGAT’s 2005/2006 Restaurant Survey, The Copper Beech Inn in Essex, CT is “impeccable”, “romantic”, and “a first choice”. With scores of 26 for Food, 27 for Décor and 26 for Service, it has earned its rightful place among the most highly rated restaurants in the Northeast.

In addition to awarding the numeric scores, voters also commented: “This “New England classic” is named for the huge, 200-year-old copper beech tree adjoining the “perfectly kept, rambling Victorian mansion” housing this “expensive” New French “grande dame of fine dining”; an “impeccable” staff and a “romantic” setting are other reasons many make it “a first choice when celebrating a special evening.”
                                                           
ZAGAT 2005 Survey

The Zagat Survey is the world's leading dining guide, with more than 250,000 consumer voters participating around the world.

Recently named by Connecticut Magazine as “Best in State” and the recipient of a Wine Spectator Award of Excellence, The Copper Beech Inn is a former estate home with turn of the century charm combined with luxurious modern conveniences. There are thirteen spacious guest rooms and suites with private baths in the Main House and Carriage House, some with fireplaces and whirlpool baths.

The restaurant at The Copper Beech Inn serves dinner daily, from 5:30 PM., except Monday. The Inn can also accommodate both large and small groups for events such as weddings, holiday parties, private luncheons, board meetings or corporate retreats and events. Wine dinners, artisan food tastings and culinary events are scheduled seasonally. For further information, call toll-free (888) 809-2056 or phone (860) 767-0330. For press inquires, contact Lisa Torch at DFM Public Relations at 678-443-8502. You may also visit the Inn’s website at www.CopperBeechInn.com.

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