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A family-owned and operated Irish pub located in historic downtown Colchester, Connecticut. Named "The Best Irish Pub in Connecticut" by Buzzfeed... More
Offeirng an array of burgers inspired by Chef Bobby Flay's extensive travels throughout America and love of the grill in a convenient casual... More
Take a step back in time at one of New England's best historic and truly romantic restaurants. Built in 1756, the... More
We are honored to be consistently rated as one of Connecticut's top restaurants and we are privileged to welcome you to the White Horse.... More
Casual fine dining restaurant with bar serving breakfast, lunch, and dinner. Located in the heart of historic Stonington Borough.
Michael Jordan's casual casino hangout dishes up sandwiches, shakes and sports for the whole family.
From the guys that brought you Mikro, Caseus Fromagerie Bistro and The Cheese Truck, New Haven's newest watering hole features artisan cheeses,... More
Family-friendly restaurant located on the Main Street of Niantic, CT.
With its own music studio and live music performances, this full service bar specializes in classic cocktails, select wines, and one of New Haven'... More
Caribbean and Spanish restaurant and bar located in downtown New London.
Looking for the best restaurants in Connecticut? There are so many great spots to choose from, so we turned to the
As they say… we’re all Irish on St. Patrick’s Day, so if you’re looking for an authentic Irish meal and a properly
As we abide by social distancing guidelines, Connecticut breweries, distilleries and wineries have innovated their
As the state’s situation continues to rapidly change due to COVID-19, many may feel more comfortable staying in, but
Dining out doesn’t have to be just eating – it can be an adventure. Connecticut has some fantastically unusual
Our CT Ambassador Deb Cohen of The Front Door Project recently took a trip through converted mills in
If your tournament takes you to Connecticut, turn your trip into an adventure.
Ever taken your date axe-throwing? Or puzzled your way out of an Escape Room? Or gone for a romantic stroll through a
Ever dined in a jailhouse? (As a visitor, of course.) How about brunching in a fire station? Booking a meal in an old
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