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First & Last Tavern

Recommandé par 4 habitants · Prix estimé 2 sur 4 ·

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Monica
Monica
February 27, 2019
Excellent food with a corresponding bakery across the street. A reputable establishment with a range of food and excellent pizza!
JoseR2
JoseR2
January 11, 2018
A taste of authentic Italian food that anyone can enjoy.
Shay & Tony
Shay & Tony
May 28, 2017
First and Last Tavern in Hartford, CT has been serving the city since 1938. The original recipes have not changed at this family run restaurant. First and Lasts’ menu offers high quality selections of favorite Italian foods, such as pasta, soups, salads, and pizzas from their unique brick oven…
Mark
Mark
October 11, 2020
Italian-- great sit down pizza

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939 Maple Ave
Hartford, CT 06114
Téléphone(860) 956-6000