September 2011


Thali Westport Becomes Thali Too Westport

Responding to a need in the community, Thali Westport has become Thali Too Westport, an Indian vegetarian restaurant.

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Artisan: Love at First Bite

Everyone seems to love Artisan, the new eatery at the Delamar Southport Hotel. It's helmed by Frenchman Frederic Kieffer, formerly of L'escale and Gaia in Greenwich, but the menu's all-American

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A Winning Chef at Stonecroft

Trevor Douglas worked at The Four Seasons in London, and other exotic places before he signed on as chef at Stonecroft Country Inn in Ledyard.

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Celebrating Connecticut Farms

The Celebration of Farms at Jones Family Farm on Sunday was a winning event—and a splendid showcase for many of our best restaurateurs, wineries caterers and farms.

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Come One, Come All to a Celebration of Connecticut Farms

The Celebration of Connecticut Farms benefit takes place at Jones Family Farm in Shelton on Sunday, with honorary hosts Christine Baranski, Jacques Pepin and Faith Middleton. There'll be food tastings galore, live music, hayride and an auction

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Celebrate Fine Art, Food and Wine

The "Art of Wine & Food" event at the New Britain Museum of American Art, on Sept. 13, will showcase culinary masterpieces from dozens of top chefs along with its amazing collection of fine art.

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Volta is One High-Voltage Café

Stopping by Stamford's newest indoor-outdoor cafe on one of the last days of summer, we found a place with a lot of potential, and kinks that still needed to be worked out.

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Taste of the Litchfield Hills this Weekend!

Connecticut's oldest food & wine festival takes place this weekend at Ski Sundown.

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Quick Bites: Summer Squash

Summer squash may live in the shadow of its festive winter counterpart for a good portion of the year, but right now, it shines in all its sundry forms.

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