A 50's style restaurant in business since 1948, with curb-side service, a secret homemade root beer recipe, french-style steakburgers and a ton of nostalgia to go around.
Located in Bethel, CT Sycamore has become a landmark for locals and surrounding towns.
A family run business that has maintained the famous recipes handed down from the original owner's back in 1948. From the black and white checkered floor to the antique juke box in the back you will definitely find yourself going back in time at the Sycamore. And as with any long standing eatery, you're bound to have your early morning regulars.
I'm not sure you'll find thinner burgers with more taste anywhere else and these award winning French-Style Steak burgers have been around for 70 years.
Another secret recipe is Sycamore's homemade Root Beer and there's nothing better then vanilla ice cream with homemade root beer. If you're a lover of root beer floats you need to pay Sycamore a visit. Not to be forgotten are the Egg Creams. Milk, carbonated water and chocolate, my Mom's favorite at Sycamore!
What is a 50's style restaurant without a Cruise Night? Summer Cruise Nights have been a staple here for over 34 years and were a part of my summer nights growing up in Bethel.
Take note of the large Sycamore tree in this image. It is the 600 year old namesake to this tasty time capsule that was almost taking down by the town, but was saved by the citizens of Bethel, CT.
If you find yourself anywhere near Bethel, CT in your travels be sure to stop by the Sycamore for breakfast, lunch or dinner.

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