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Some of Connecticut’s smaller, less well-known towns have been described as “sleepy” or “undiscovered gems.” But the people who live there, and the people who visit, know differently. These towns might be overshadowed by a larger town or city, or maybe they are not easily reached by the interstate, but they have a personality that makes visiting them worth going “off the beaten path” for a day or even a weekend. Best of all, they're all great to visit in any season.
Featuring: Airsign Ballooning Company | Antiques Marketplace | Antiques on the Farmington | Bradley Playhouse | Branford River Paddlesports, Kayaks and Tours | By The Sea Day Spa | Candlelight Farms Inn | Collinsville Canoe & Kayak | ConneCTions Tours | Cos Cob Inn | Crown & Hammer Restaurant & Pub | Darien Historical Society | Deary Brothers/Mikes Stand | Housatonic River Brewing | Lovers Leap State Park | New Milford Historical Society Museum | Old Riverton Inn | Sea Mist Thimble Island Cruise, LLC | Stony Creek Brewery | The Kelsey House Bed & Breakfast | Thimble Island Brewing Company | Thurber House | Town of Branford | Town of Canton | Town of Darien | Town of New Milford | Town of Putnam | Victoria Station Cafe | Visit Collinsville
The CT Ambassadors from UnlockingConnecticut.com are at it again! Here's their take on Connecticut's most amazing french fry spots.
"Yummy (and unique) fries in Connecticut" could well be the best idea we’ve ever had for an article. As we now consider ourselves "french fry sommeliers," let us present to you, 7 french fry dishes in Connecticut worth the journey!
Featuring: City of Danbury | City of Milford | Fife 'n Drum Restaurant & Inn | House of Naan Indian Kitchen & Bar | John's Cafe | Little Pub Greenwich | Town of New Milford
Whether you collect antiques or just like bringing a little old-school style to your life, Connecticut might just be your soul mate. We’ve got so many antique shops, markets, dealers and galleries, you could spend a week and not get to them all. To see what we mean, check out the listings on the Connecticut Antiques Trail, or take a look at a few of these popular stops.
Antiques on the Farmington
Blaze and Bloom
Clinton Antique Center
Connecticut Antiques Trail
Edwin C. Ahlberg Antiques
Essex Saybrook Antiques Village
Mill House Antiques
Seymour Antiques Company