Nightlife & Music
America is turning 238 next week, and Connecticut is getting ready to celebrate. For a fun holiday with family and friends, you can’t go wrong with any of these suggestions.
If you’re planning a big Independence Day bash this year, one way to make it more memorable is by serving up some creative cocktails along with the usual beer and soda.
Here are some state establishments to check out if you want to play what is affectionately known as “hillbilly horseshoes.”
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.
Here are just five of the top sports bars in Connecticut to watch the World Cup games.
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.
From Latin to country, “hot roxx” to fusion, pop to reggae and beyond, there is always somewhere in Connecticut to dance.
On Monday, May 5, 2014, plan your night out to celebrate at one of these locations.
Finding the perfect hipster hangout to match your personality can be hard. Here are a few in Connecticut to start with.
Are you up for the challenge? Across Connecticut, your favorite hometown bars are putting your knowledge to the test.