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Greenwich Reform Synagogue
257 Stanwich Rd, Greenwich, CT 06830
The Greenwich Reform Synagogue in Stanwich is also home to the Stanwich School. The synagogue offers worship services,More religious education classes for children, Bar and Bat Mitzvah programs and a special faith-formation curriculum for high school students. A contemporary conversational Hebrew class is offered Sunday mornings. The GRS Social Action Committee is a group of members who coordinate a number of mission projects, both locally and abroad, including Call-A-Ride, the soup kitchen at New Covenant House of Hospitality, and the annual High Holiday Food Drive.
Taco Bell
1371 E Putnam Ave, Old Greenwich, CT 06870

Taco Bell is a Mexican-style fast food chain started by former Marine Glen W. Bell Jr. in 1962. Today, the restaurantMore chain has expanded to more than 5,800 locations throughout the United States.

This Taco Bell serves a variety of tacos, burritos, gorditas, nachos, salads, chalupas and specialty items. Customers can eat in the restaurant, order to go or use the convenient drive-thru station.

Sound Shore Café
8 Sound Shore Dr, Greenwich, CT 06830
Sound Shore Café is located in the Sound Shore Drive office complex and caters to those who work in theMore building. CI Dining Services, a food service management company operating in Fairfield County, runs the cafeteria-style restaurant. Sound Shore Café offers a wide variety of hot and cold breakfast and lunch options available to sit or to go. Catering services are available for special events.
Griffith E. Harris Golf Course
1300 King St, Greenwich, CT 06831
The Griffith E. Harris Golf Course is the town's only municipal golf course. Membership is open to all interestedMore Greenwich residents. The Department of Parks and Recreation oversees operation of the 18-hole golf course, which was designed by Robert Trent Jones and dedicated in 1965. Members can rent equipment and carts at the Pro Shop. In addition to the course, the facility features a driving range with 14 stations for hitting balls, two putting greens and a practice chipping area, which includes a practice bunker.

Indoor and patio dining is available at Fairways at the Griff; the snack bar window offers fast-food service. Membership application forms are available at the Griffith E. Harris Administration Office. Annual dues are subject to change. For the latest fee information, visit the Department of Parks and Recreation website.