Fried chicken is perhaps even more American than apple pie. Although affiliated with Kentucky colonels and southern cooks, Connecticut Yankees have taken fried chicken to heart. Almost every town and city in the Nutmeg State has a favorite and often famous chicken shack. Some are modern countrified barbecue restaurants, while others are little tiny holes in the wall that have been tucked away in the same old neighborhoods for decades.
Finding the perfect hipster hangout to match your personality can be hard. Here are a few in Connecticut to start with.
Here’s where Valentine aficionados need to be on February 14, 2014. Ahh – love is in the air.
Gather your blankets, beverages and picnic baskets and get ready to enjoy musical performances to suit all tastes across the state.
Mardi Gras is French for Fat Tuesday, also popularly known as Shrove Tuesday. Whatever name it is called, its meaning is clear. Party at any of these great spots to do Mardi Gras right.
Whether you are in the mood for indie rock or looking to chill out with some blues and jazz, Hartford is a venerable melting pot of live music. Check out Black Eyed Sally’s, The Webster and Sully’s Pub for the best.
It may not be Tennessee, but Hartford still has some of the best barbecue spots. Whether you’re looking for spicy jerk style or St. Louis-style ribs, one of these barbecue joints has something that will hit your taste buds.