Vernon Rockville is a small, yet very charming city located in Connecticut, with a total population of 29.179 residents, according to the 2010 census. Vernon Rockville was incorporated in October 1808, from Bolton and it contains the former city of Rockville. Vernon Rockville is the birthplace of former professional football player and four time Super Bowl Champion Bill Romanowski. Rock and Roll Hall of Fame singer Gene Pitney also grew up here in Vernon Rockville, from which he obtained his stage name The Rocketville Rocket. Although it is quite small, Vernon Rockville offers a wide range of accommodation, venues and restaurants, where you can enjoy the local cuisine.
New England Civil War Museum is a great museum in Vernon Rockville, whose collection include the Thomas Burpe Collection, including his sword, sash, belt, cap box and holster and the bullet that took his life. There is also the Hirst Brothers Collection which contains personal items of the two brothers, such as weapons, uniforms, stencils and photographs. The Museum is an interesting place you can visit, where you can learn more interesting things about the history, culture and civilisation of Vernon Rockville.
Stone and Paddle Restaurant is a wonderful eating venue in Vernon Rockville, that offers both European and an all-American cuisine, consisting in pasta salad, middle turnpike, cheese pizza and a wide range of hamburgers. The chef here is very knowledgeable in all kinds of foods, especially European and Mexican. The menu is varied and there is also a fine selection of wine. Children can also benefit from the same delicious dishes, only in smaller portions.
Pizza Palace and Restaurant is another great eating spot in Vernon Rockville, that offers an authentic Italian experience. Here, you can taste some of the most delicious dishes, prepared in that special Italian way, as well as enjoy a cold glass of wine, or any other beverage of your choice. The ambiance is great and is reminiscent of Italy.