August 2010


Nutty Bread

Fairfield Bread Co. adds "flaxette" to your bread lexicon. Try it, and you'll be happy it did.

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Outdoor Tables

The warm weather won't last forever. Time to get in some al fresco dining in New Canaan.

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Food & Wine at Pilot Pen

There's lot more than professional tennis on offer at the Connecticut Tennis Center in New Haven these days.

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Stew's on the Sound

Stew Leonard's on the beach in Norwalk is a great place for an inexpensive lobster dinner--with a view.

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Word of Mouth: The Lazy Lobster, Milford

A Walnut Beach charmer.

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Quick Bites: Tomatoes

Let the sunshine in—because the tomato is back and better than ever.

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New Top Toque at Heirloom

Carey Savona, the new chef at Heirloom, The Study at Yale's restaurant, has given it a healthy, seasonal spin with local ingredients.

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New Cuts at Morton's

The venerable steak house is adding menu items and becoming more wallet-friendly.

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Three-Course Meals for $20.10

Taste of Hartford food festival coming to town

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Sonic Boom

Anyone hear anything about a new drive-in restaurant opening in Wallingford?

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Bastille Day at Brasserie Pip

The Copper Beech Inn celebrates Bastille Day July 14 at Brasserie Pip.

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Connecticut Farmers' Markets


Connecticut Farmers' Markets

There’s nothing quite as sweet as just-picked corn.

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All Hail the Blue, White and Red!

Many French restaurants will be celebrating Bastille Day

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Quick Bites: Sandwiches

There is nothing sweeter on a sunny day than relaxing in the shade with your favorite foods between two slices of bread.

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