Check Out These Award Winning Connecticut Restaurants

Looking for the best restaurants in Connecticut? There are so many great spots to choose from, so we turned to the Connecticut Restaurant Association for the 2019 winners and nominees of its annual CRAzies Awards. The awards consider hundreds of contenders, select a short list of nominee finalists, and finally, award winners for the best restaurants in each region. … Continue reading Check Out These Award Winning Connecticut Restaurants

15 Outstanding Connecticut Flea Markets

Whether you’re looking for priceless antiquities or you just want to stock up on some inexpensive items for yourself or the house, the several flea markets scattered around Connecticut will have just what you need. Flea markets are a great place to find unique goods, such as a lovely vase for your side table or … Continue reading 15 Outstanding Connecticut Flea Markets

22 Things In Connecticut You Will Never See Again

1. The Marcus Dairy Bar In 2011, The Marcus Dairy Bar Restaurant in Danbury, Conn., one of the most iconic gathering spot for motorcyclists, shut down. Known as “the Dairy” or simply “Marcus” by tens of thousands of bikers who incorporated it into their Sunday morning rides, the restaurant was in operation since 1947 and … Continue reading 22 Things In Connecticut You Will Never See Again

Connecticut: Culture and History with New England Charm

Connecticut offers the perfect blend of experiences in one perfectly located place. Between New York City and Boston, Massachusetts there is a place where nature and culture live side by side, where relaxation can be found just around the corner from exhilaration, and where legendary history is never far from contemporary style. In Connecticut, you’ll … Continue reading Connecticut: Culture and History with New England Charm

Tourism Contributes $15.5 Billion to Connecticut Economy, Supports Seven Consecutive Years of Job Growth

Connecticut’s tourism industry continues to be a proven generator of business sales, tax revenues and statewide jobs. In one of the strongest years in the past decade, tourism posted $15.5 billion in total business sales in 2017—a 5.5% increase over 2015. This finding and others are outlined in an economic impact study announced today by … Continue reading Tourism Contributes $15.5 Billion to Connecticut Economy, Supports Seven Consecutive Years of Job Growth

100 Remarkable Things to do in Connecticut

Connecticut is the third smallest state by area, in the USA, and has the highest per-capita income. The capital city is Hartford. It is also known as Constitution State, the Provisions State, The Nutmeg state, and the Land of steady habits. Connecticut has a strong tradition with maritime, having the Connecticut and Thames Rivers, along … Continue reading 100 Remarkable Things to do in Connecticut

List: Grown-up & Family Fun New Year's Eve Celebrations in Connecticut

Ring in the New Year at one of Connecticut’s festive New Year’s Eve and First Night celebrations! Be sure to plan an entertaining outing of celebration and cheer with family and friends this year. Here’s what’s in store for welcoming in the New Year: Family Fun Celebrations Celebrate the New Year through the arts at First … Continue reading List: Grown-up & Family Fun New Year's Eve Celebrations in Connecticut

Where and How to Recycle Your Christmas Tree After the Holidays in Connecticut

In many urban and suburban areas, Christmas trees are collected from curbside during the first 2 weeks in January. Be sure to remove all  remove all lights, wire, tinsel, ornaments, nails, stands, other NON-Organic decorative materials and other materials that are not part of the original tree. This includes tree stands also. Flocked trees are usually accepted, but … Continue reading Where and How to Recycle Your Christmas Tree After the Holidays in Connecticut