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.
At one time Connecticut’s co-capital city, New Haven is teeming with fine dining, culture and entertainment. There’s no way you can get to everything the city has to offer in one day, but the Chapel Street Historic District is a good place to start.
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.