The Bull's Bridge Inn

Kent, Connecticut

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Welcome to the Bull's Bridge Inn

The Bull's Bridge Inn is in the heart of the Housatonic Valley at the crossroads of Route 7 (Kent Rd.) and a centuries-old road over Owl Town Mountain. The Housatonic River, Appalachian Trail and historic Bull's Bridge Hydroelectric Plant are directly across the street with the Schaghticoke Reservation immediately to the north.

 The iron industry flourished across the street in the 19th Century, known as the Monitor Iron Works, and remnants of the blast furnace are still intact. The Bull's Bridge Inn has been a hub of local activity with families and friends calling it home for centuries.

Although we no longer host overnight guests, the restaurant is open seven days a week with four dining rooms and a separate, full-service bar. The setting is classic colonial and the menu classic American specializing in aged steaks, fresh seafood and an ever-changing daily selection.

The Bull's Bridge is named after the Bull family and our building is more than 200 years-old with the property a landmark long before that.




Hours of Operation:
Monday Closed
Tuesday-Thursday  5:00-9:00
Friday and Saturday  5:00-9:30

Sunday 4:00-9:00

Phone: 860-927-1000 - Fax: 860-927-1467
333 Kent Road (Route 7) 
Kent, CT 06757
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