Through a fabulous summer picnic party with this handy guide that includes menu suggestions, entertainment and much more.
Some restaurants do not have, cannot afford or simply do not want a liquor license, or the liability that comes with serving alcohol. Here are just five BYOB establishments in Connecticut.
You wouldn’t think it but the Constitution State has its fair share of flavorful barbecue spots.
Try some variety with your next barbecue, and seek out some specialty craft beers instead of the regular brews. These craft beers pair exceptionally well with your carefully grilled meats.
Treat your mom to a restaurant-caliber breakfast at home with help from these Connecticut chefs.
Alta Editions has pulled together a gourmet list of e-cookbooks from some of the top chefs and food photographers on the internet.
Forget breakfast in bed, encourage Mom to rest her feet and relax with a daytime drink, served by you.
Connecticut’s best restaurants feature specialty salads or their main existence is to satisfy salad lovers. Try one of these five restaurants that serve the best springtime salads in the state.
Mexicans and their descendants and friends around the world honor the courage of the defenders of Puebla every year on the 5th of May – usually by eating, drinking, dancing and singing along to loud and joyful music – most of which can be done at each of these five great restaurants in Connecticut.
Even if cooking up eggs or making French toast is a viable option, there’s always the clean up. Enter the breakfast sandwich, where busy commuters and families on the go can get their breakfast on a roll, in a wrap, in a bagel and so much more.
While turkey is the quintessential Thanksgiving dish, it’s the side dishes that can make or break the meal. From roasted asparagus to classic pumpkin pie, it’s time to get inspired.
Celebrate National Vegetarian Day with one of these delicious vegetable filled dishes. Not into salad? Try spinach lasagna, hummus or falafels.