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Part of Connecticut’s attraction has always been its small-town centers, filled with personality, history and charm. And what draws visitors again and again are the shops, boutiques and artisans that reward browsers and buyers alike. Whether you’re planning a girls’ trip or looking for a great way to spend a day with family, here are a few of the towns around the state that offer great shopping (and dining) districts.
Featuring: 3 Liberty Green B&B | Barcelona West Hartford | Clinton Antique Center | Clinton Crossing Premium Outlets | Delamar West Hartford | Elbow Room | Grace Farms | Inn at Stonington | J House Greenwich | James Pharmacy B&B and Gelateria | Litchfield Distillery | Litchfield Inn | Little Pub Greenwich | Lobster Landing | Penny Lane Pub Restaurant | Roger Sherman Inn | Saybrook Home | Stonington Borough | The Dutch Epicure Shop | The Glass House | Town of Clinton | Town of Greenwich | Town of Litchfield | Town of New Canaan | Town of Old Saybrook | Town of Stonington | Town of West Hartford | Water Street Cafe | West Hartford Center | West Street Grill
Just a short ride from New York City and Boston, Connecticut offers a blend of cultured living and outdoor fun with something for everyone—and this includes the LGBTQ community, residents and visitors alike. In 2008, Connecticut became the second state to legalize gay marriage, and our open and inclusive energy continues to draw and welcome gay visitors to the state. Plus, Expedia.com recently named Hartford, Connecticut one of their most “exciting LGBTQ-friendly cities around the world.”
While anyone should of course feel welcomed at any business, hotel or restaurant in Connecticut, we asked a few friends for recommendations on places to start planning your visit— from gay-owned B&Bs to gay bars and events that appeal to many LGBTQ interests and lifestyles.
Featuring: 168 York Street Café | City of Hartford | City of New Haven | City of New London | City of Norwalk | Daniel Rust House | Delamar Greenwich Harbor Marina | Delamar Southport | Delamar West Hartford | House of 1833 B&B | Inn at Harbor Hill Marina | Inn at Middletown | Partners Café | Scranton Seahorse Inn | Spring Hill Inn | The Old Mystic Inn | Tisane Euro-Asian Cafe | Town of Fairfield | Town of Plainville
Print and online article from New England Today featuring their editor's picks for places to visit in Connecticut in 2018.
Published Date: 2018-04-16
Featuring: Black Hall Outfitters - Old Lyme | Captain Scott's Lobster Dock | Delamar West Hartford | G-zen | Hidden Acres Family Campground | Hopkins Inn | Infinity Music Hall (Hartford) | Jack Rabbit's Gourmet Burgers & Dogs | Mystic Whaler Cruises | New England Carousel Museum | Powder Ridge Mountain Park & Resort | Present Company | Prime 16 (New Haven) | Roger Sherman Inn | Shell & Bones Oyster Bar & Grill | Spicer Mansion | Supercharged Powered by Mohegan Sun - Indoor Karting & Trampoline Park | Talcott Mountain State Park | The Goodwin Hotel | The Kelsey House Bed & Breakfast | The Storyteller's Cottage | The Wallingford Victorian Inn | Town of Coventry
Weekly radio and online spot highlighting things to do in Connecticut.
Published Date: 2019-02-12
Featuring: Delamar Greenwich Harbor | Delamar Southport | Delamar West Hartford | Griswold Inn | Manor House Inn | Saybrook Point Inn Marina & Spa
Online article highlighting things to do in Hartford area.
Published Date: 2019-07-03
Featuring: Artisan Restaurant, Tavern & Garden | Blue Back Square | Connecticut Science Center | Delamar West Hartford | The Mark Twain House & Museum | Wadsworth Atheneum Museum of Art