Connecticut has many summer activities to offer that are both fun and educational, from exploring nature or developing leadership skills to learning how to sing and dance. Here are just five of them.
Connecticut’s public parks are great places to have a picnic and a cookout. Here are five of the top parks with barbecues.
For dads who like sports, the outdoors, animals and history, Connecticut offers a lot of choices to make Father’s Day a day to remember.
Here are just five of the top spots in Connecticut to find grilled cheese delights.
Rum is more than just a drink for pirates and partygoers; the liquor distilled from sugar cane juice, molasses or other sugar byproducts comes in many flavors and potencies. Here are just five places to enjoy such piratical or island-themed drinks in Connecticut.
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.
A day out with the kids need not cost much – or anything for that matter. There are a lot of places to go in Connecticut that are free or require a small or comparatively small admission fee.
Here are just five of the top sports bars in Connecticut to watch the World Cup games.
Many of these stores offer regular story times, invite children’s book authors and host events aimed at attracting and encouraging kids to read. Here are just five of the top children’s bookstores in Connecticut.
For those who can no longer afford or justify spending full price for drinks or bar meals, yet still want to go out after dark, these late-night happy hours are a welcome option.