The Griswold Inn
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 […]
Before they were a mommy and a daddy, parents were just a girl and a guy out for a good time, and Valentine’s Day is the one day a year they need to remind themselves of that simple beginning.
Anyone who happens to be in Connecticut and away from home, has family away from home or just doesn’t feel like cooking can find some terrific restaurants open on Thanksgiving.
In Connecticut, there are still a few places left that served these and other storied patrons, as well as some bars with a more modern but still lengthy history dating back to Prohibition or the days of disco.
The advantage of our small state is that in a short span of time, it is possible to cover its major attractions. A long weekend is the perfect opportunity to plan a leisurely itinerary and enjoy its fall beauty.
Connecticut’s restaurants serve up special types of delicacies and aphrodisiacs on this holiday made for lovers.