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All Things Apple

The CT Ambassadors are on the hunt for the best apple-picking spots in the state. Here's a list from the fanatic foodies at CTEatsOut.com.

Connecticut has a number of orchards and farms stores all over the state, which, come fall, make apples the name of their game. Whether you’re looking for apple cider donuts or apple fritters to munch on, an apple pie to pass off as your own, or an orchard to enjoy a day of pick-your-own with family and friends, Connecticut has it all. Here are five places across the state that cover all the bases:

Featuring: B.F. Clyde's Cider Mill | Beardsley's Cider Mill & Orchard | Lyman Orchards | Rogers Orchards Shuttle Meadow Farm | Town of Glastonbury

Outside Bar at Sunset

Up Top - Connecticut Restaurants With a View

Whether you go out for lunch in the sun or dinner and cocktails under the stars, Connecticut has plenty of spots to enjoy a meal “above it all.” Check out a few of our favorite rooftop restaurants, patios and decks with a view.

Featuring: Bee & Thistle Inn & Spa | Cava Restaurant | City of Stamford | Elbow Room | Elm City Social | Florence Griswold Museum | Gelston House | Hopkins Inn Restaurant | Hopkins Vineyard | Hotel Zero Degrees Norwalk | Oyster Club | Peaches Southern Pub & Juke Joint | Priam Vineyards | Rocks 21 | Sharpe Hill Vineyard | Stony Creek Brewery | The Russian Lady | Town of Bethel | Town of Glastonbury

Inn at kent falls

6 Connecticut Towns and 30 Ways to Enjoy Them

Six small towns... five reasons to visit each in summer. The math seems simple: that’s 30 reasons to plan a Connecticut getaway. But these suggested things to see, eat and do only hint at what awaits. There’s always something happening in these vibrant communities—something for you to discover. And no calculator can compute the joys of making a small town “your” place.

Featuring: Antiques Marketplace | Argia Mystic Cruises | B&B at Bartlett Farm | Bradley Playhouse | Connecticut River Valley Inn | Deary Brothers/Mikes Stand | Delamar Greenwich Harbor | Guilford Art Center | Henry Whitfield State Museum | Kent Falls State Park | Kent Victorian Lodging & Vacation Rental | Mansion at Bald Hill | Max Fish | Mystic Aquarium | Mystic Seaport Museum | Red 36 | Rose's Berry Farm | Shoreline Segway | Steamboat Inn | The Place | Town of Glastonbury | Town of Greenwich | Town of Guilford | Town of Kent | Town of Mystic | Town of Putnam

Hill-Stead Museum

10 Ways to Enjoy a Summer Evening

One of the things we love most about summertime in Connecticut is that long, purple, very pleasant period at the end of the day. The busy affairs of the daytime have come to an end, the midday heat is easing at last and it’s time for refreshment, maybe even a picnic, and a relaxing couple of hours as night so very gradually descends. Here are some good ways to spend your summer evening hours in Connecticut.

Featuring: Blackie's Hot Dogs | Cava Restaurant | Connecticut Wine Trail | Elbow Room | Hill-Stead Museum | Lady Katharine Cruises - Haddam | Lady Katharine Cruises - Hartford | Lady Katharine Cruises - Middletown | RiverQuest | Sycamore Drive-In Restaurant | Town of Barkhamsted | Town of Berlin | Town of Glastonbury | Town of Mansfield | Town of Stonington | Town of Stratford | Two Roads Area 2 | Two Roads Brewing Company

Red Food Truck

Connecticut’s Food Truck Festivals 2019

Foodies have a new avenue for food adventure! Join in the food truck festival fun this spring and summer at one of the many events happening around the state. You’ll have an opportunity to sample all kinds of food, from baked potatoes, gourmet burgers and barbecue to cannolis, chicken and cupcakes (and much more!). Spend the day outdoors, listen to some great music and enjoy your surroundings, all while you treat your taste buds to some fantastic flavors. Gather your friends and family and get set for a fun-filled epicurean journey! Mark your calendars for these upcoming Food Truck Festivals:

Featuring: City of Hartford | City of Milford | City of New Haven | City of New London | City of Shelton | City of Waterbury | Mohegan Sun | Town of Deep River | Town of Farmington | Town of Glastonbury | Town of Harwinton | Town of Middlefield | Town of Simsbury

Solo Travel, Self Care

Solo Travel in Connecticut: Time for a Self-Care Break

Treat yourself! You deserve to nurture and recharge your mind, body and spirit. And in Connecticut there are so many ways and so many places where you can step outside the traditional spa to experience truly unique and holistic approaches to self-care. Here a just a few ideas whether you’re immersing in a day-long retreat or a solo getaway.

Featuring: City of Hartford | Mayflower Inn & Spa | Salt Cave of Darien | Soulshine Salt Cavern | Town of Chester | Town of Darien | Town of East Hartford | Town of Glastonbury | Town of Greenwich | Town of Madison | Town of Newtown | Town of Old Saybrook | Town of Ridgefield | Town of West Hartford | Wisdom House Retreat & Conference Center

Dine and Drink

Winter-celebrating Places to Dine and Drink in Connecticut

Baby it’s cold outside—but that isn’t stopping these Connecticut destinations from offering unique outdoor dining options and winter-themed experiences. From winter gardens, to rooftop igloos, to “après-ski” inspired pop-up bars—bundle up and get ready to eat and sip your way through these spots this season.

Featuring: 116 Crown | Artisan | Cava Restaurant | Elm City Social | Half Full Brewery | High George Rooftop Restaurant | J House Greenwich | Town of Glastonbury | Urban Lodge Brewing

All Things Maple

All Things Maple

Maple season is a wonderful time in Connecticut! From early February to late March, you can find Connecticut maple farms hard at work tapping the state’s first agricultural product – and you can find all of Connecticut celebrating alongside them. From fun events, to syrup farms, to signature maple treats, Connecticut is marvelously maple. So, make it a maple day (or month) and check out these great ways to celebrate maple season in Connecticut.

Featuring: A.C. Petersen Farms | Ansonia Nature & Recreation Center | Audubon Sharon | Bats of Bedlam Maple Farm | City of Bristol | City of Norwalk | City of Stamford | Dish Bar & Grill | Flanders Nature Center/Land Trust | Geronimo Bar & Grill | Hungry Tiger Music Club & Cafe | Hydeville Sugar Shack | Institute for American Indian Studies |