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Middletown, CT - O'Rourkes and pizza

Josh Resnik | Nov 18, 200808:23 PM     14

I am going to be in Middletown this weekend for a couple parties with my extended family. In between the festivities I have 4 meals - 1 dinner, 1 lunch, and 2 breakfasts. I will be with my wife and my 3 and 1 year old sons. A few questions on Middletown dining:

1. O'Rourke's - I have been for breakfast but never dinner. What is the dinner menu like? Seemed like a place you could bring kids at breakfast or lunch, what about at dinner? What would be the expected waits for a table at 8 a.m., noon, and 6 p.m.? My recollection of the old place was that it was all booths, so pretty tough with a party of more than 4. We have a few others joining us for a couple meals, would O'Rourke's be able to seat a table of 5 adults and 3 kids under 3?

2. Pizza - What is the best place to get a pizza in town?

3. Other - any other good casual spots that you recommend that would be kid friendly.

Thanks!!!

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