Tips from Greenwich – Ornare


Tips from Greenwich

Mylena Del Nero and Daniela Rizzo, responsible for the showroom in Grenwich, give tips to who want to know the city.

One of the oldest cities in the state of Connecticut, Greenwich is rich in history, culture, and wealth. The city has four beaches and several festivals for all interests: arts, cinema, gastronomy, culture etc. Great restaurants, shops, and other sights can be found in Greenwich’s center.

Get to know some interesting tips:

Greenwich Avenue: Greenwich Avenue is an amazing street full of wonderful shops and restaurants. This is the so-called shopping area of the city, with several famous and well-regarded stores, such as Tiffany’s, Saks Fifth Avenue, Hermes, Gucci, Baccarat, Apple, and many others.

Tod’s Point Beach: Greenwich Point Park is a 596 square meter beach and recreation area in the Old Greenwich neighborhood.

🚩 11 Tod’s Driftway, Old Greenwich, CT 06870

Great Captains Island: Island with historic lighthouse, as well as a 9/11 memorial and a bird sanctuary.


Binney Park: The park features walking paths, stone bridges, and a gazebo that is popular with photographers.

🚩 Binney Park Drive in Wesskum Wood Road, Old Greenwich, CT 06878

Bruce Museum: The museum was built in 1853 originally as a private residence in a beautiful park at the end of Greenwich Avenue. Robert Moffat Bruce, a wealthy cloth merchant, bought the House in Greenwich in 1908.

L’Escale Restaurant: L’Escale serves a Provençal menu in an atmosphere that captures the sun and sea breeze. Sleek and modern, the restaurant draws diners into the beauty of Greenwich Harbor with al fresco, waterside seating along more than 500 feet of dockside space.

🚩 Delamar Greenwich Harbor Hotel.

TownHouse Restaurant: The Townhouse provides an unparalleled setting and gathering place for people to experience and socialize in a magical ambiance away from the daily metropolitan routine. It’s a tale told best in cuisine, beverage, service, and ambiance.

🚩 35 Church St., Greenwich