Top Omelets In ConnecticutAn omelet (or, variously, omelette, as many restaurants prefer to list it, in homage to the breakfast dish's French origin) can be as simple as a couple of beaten eggs fried in hot oil or butter, then folded over and flipped rather than scrambled. It can also, however, be a playground for creative cooks, who vie with each other to see what they can stuff into it before folding, and what they can top it with before serving. Here are just five of the top omelets in Connecticut and the places to find them.
Top Summer Educational Programs For Kids In ConnecticutEven the smartest kids and their parents can run out of things to do over the summer, which is why so many of Connecticut's best-known museums, nature centers, theaters and organizations offer summer day-hop and overnight camps that challenge children to use their minds, bodies and skills. These camps allow kids to live out their dreams of singing and dancing on stage, conducting science experiments, riding horses or working with wild animals.
Top Craft Beers In Connecticut For Your 4th of July Backyard BBQThe Fourth of July is that one day in the summer when almost everyone goes out for a picnic, hosts a barbecue, heads out to a tailgate party or just grills up a pile of hot dogs and hamburgers on the back deck. Nothing goes better with any of those experiences or the foods served at them than a nice, clean, cold beer. Here are five of the top craft beers that can help make the holiday special, and the breweries in Connecticut that make them.
Top Outdoor Art In ConnecticutWhether it is a bright mural on the side of a parking garage, a collection of graffiti on a building, or a series of sculptures or other creations made of stone, steel or iron, some of the finest and most creative contemporary art is designed to be displayed outdoors. Connecticut is known for its commitment to the arts, and is fortunate to the be home for many of the nation's leading outdoor artists, as well as the gardens and streets where their art is on display.
Fan's Guide to The Ballpark at Harbor YardFans have been enjoying ball games in Connecticut for nearly 150 years, and while the state does not have any major league teams, it has four minor league clubs, two of which played their first games this April. The oldest of those four teams, the Bridgeport Bluefish, have only been playing since 1998, but have been doing so in a stadium built for them that same year. Here is a guide to their home field, The Ballpark at Harbor Yard.