In just two square miles, Riverside packs in a lot! Located between Cos Cob and Old Greenwich, the Riverside Metro-North station takes you to Grand Central in under an hour. At-home gourmet needs can be met by visiting the local Balducci's Market and, for those seeking top-quality dining in a modern setting, Riverside is home to the new Eleven14 Kitchen, helmed by celebrity chef and James Beard Award Nominee, François Kwaku-Dongo, of Wolfgang Puck's Spago.
True to its New England roots, Riverside was originally established as a community of farmers, fishermen, and oystermen. Two Riverside sites are listed on the National Register of Historic Places, the Riverside Avenue Bridge, built in 1894, and the Samuel Ferris House, built around 1760.
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