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Where the Arches are Made of Gold

Do you still believe in the American dream? Ernest and Christian Trefz do.

January 2011

Cash Cows

The state’s high-end steak houses adapt to difficult times.

January 2011
The Suburban, Branford

The Suburban, Branford

Restaurants succeed for a variety of reasons—a celebrity connection, a terrific location, the appeal of a food fad or marketing gimmick, all of which may lose their appeal tomorrow. On the other hand, a restaurant whose fortunes are inextricably tied to the know-how of a brilliant chef can change its name, look or location (or stay put and change little) and still stay ahead of the game, top toque in town. Follow that chef.

October 2010

Match, South Norwalk

Restaurants succeed for a variety of reasons—a celebrity connection, a terrific location, the appeal of a food fad or marketing gimmick, all of which may lose their appeal tomorrow. On the other hand, a restaurant whose fortunes are inextricably tied to the know-how of a brilliant chef can change its name, look or location (or stay put and change little) and still stay ahead of the game, top toque in town. Follow that chef.

October 2010

Quick Bites: Tomatoes

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

August 2010
Farm Feasts

Farm Feasts

Dining at a farm is more than a magical experience; it cultivates the local, sustainable-food movement.

July 2010

Summer Fun - Cool Treats

There 100 days of summer in Connecticut, and even more great flavors of ice cream to be had across the state.

June 2010
The Breakfast Bunch

The Breakfast Bunch

The smell of coffee, bacon and toasting bread, a cozy booth, familiar banter—here are 23 spots in Connecticut where you can break your fast in style.

May 2010
Eating Our Way Through ... Foxwoods

Eating Our Way Through ... Foxwoods

Eight diners, 20 restaurants, 10 hours. The assignment was extreme but the rewards many as we explored the cornucopia of dining pleasure at Foxwoods and MGM Grand.

April 2010
Eating Our Way Through ... Mohegan Sun

Eating Our Way Through ... Mohegan Sun

Eight diners, 24 restaurants, 10 hours. The mountain is high, but the effort to scale rewarding as we explore the many and varied dining pleasures at Mohegan Sun.

October 2009
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