As one of the original 13 colonies, Connecticut has a long, rich history with many buildings that have stood for two or three centuries. Some of them were converted into bars and ale houses that […]
Taking him out for a beer or cocktail at one of these Connecticut bars and restaurants could be the most meaningful present he receives.
June is Pride Month, a time to commemorate the LGBT community’s achievements and contributions to American life. Originally just one day, then a week, then by the 21st century it had become a month-long celebration, and one that has continued to grow in prominence.
Connecticut residents who want to join the Cinco de Mayo festivities should visit one of these fine Mexican bars.
Select bars in Connecticut cater to the LGBT community and create space for them to meet, greet, and feel comfortable. These range from some of the top gay bars in the state to gay friendly bars that might not necessarily host specialized events. Popular gay bars in Connecticut feature drag shows and special event nights such as ladies night or transgender parties.
On days where it’s raining there’s no need to just stay home. These state bars provide not just shelter from the rain but good company, top-notch menu items and fun times.
For great food, drinks and company, these bars can’t be beat when you’re in the mood to take in America’s national pastime.
Spend this year’s St. Patrick’s Day at one of these Irish pubs.
The martini has been in existence for well over a century, and it has persevered as one of America’s favorite cocktails. For some of the best recipes, we called upon bartender John Ginnetti from the New Haven cocktail lounge 116 Crown.
You may be in Connecticut but that doesn’t mean you can’t celebrate Mardi Gras. Mardi Gras is this February 17, 2015. Whether you want to make a night of dancing and New Orleans-style music or celebrate the culture through food, there are events throughout the state this Fat Tuesday as well as throughout the week.