Food & Drink
Wednesday, April 15 has different meanings for different people. For some it means the end of overtime and working late doing everyone’s taxes. For others it equates to the joy of getting your tax return money and deciding what to do with your new cash. Celebrate tax returns and the end of tax day by splurging and treating yourself out for dinner and drinks.
That classic combo of bacon, lettuce and tomato is one of the simplest yet most satisfying sandwiches. There is no better time to enjoy it than April, which coincidentally is also National B.L.T. Month. Connecticut has many diners, delis and sandwich shops that make a great B.L.T.
Here are just five of the top bakeries in Connecticut that offer special desserts for Passover.
Foursquare CEO and co-founder Dennis Crowley and editor-at-large Sarah Spagnolo kick off the Foursquare On The Pin podcast chatting about surf shops with killer coffee, Austin’s best-known ramen chef and more!
Here are just five of the top restaurants for Easter brunch in Connecticut.
For the perfect steak in the perfect setting, steak lovers in each corner of the Nutmeg State know where to go. Here are just five of the top steakhouses in Connecticut that they frequent.
The incredible, edible egg, as the jingle goes, is among the most versatile of ingredients. Here are just five of the top egg dishes in Connecticut, and the restaurants, cafes and diners where they can be found.
Restaurants around the state of Connecticut offer romantic atmospheres that set the mood for an enjoyable evening. Make reservations at one these fine dining establishments when planning your next date night.
Connecticut’s location in the Northeast means there is no shortage of restaurants that serve fresh seafood. Whether you like them steamed, boiled or roasted, as part of a large entree, or just by themselves, the mussels at these establishments will leave you satisfied.
Here are just five great Italian restaurants in Connecticut that still know how to bake a great lasagna.