The Connecticut Table

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Best Creative Cocktails in Lower Connecticut, a Delicious CTbites List

Best Creative Cocktails in Lower Connecticut, a Delicious CTbites List

Though Connecticut may be a bit late to the party, the Craft Cocktail has finally, fully arrived. In fact, the drinks created at many local bars are as artful and artisanal as what's cooking in the kitchen.

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A Tour of Veneto Wine Dinner at Foxwoods' Al Dente Is a Sure Bet

A Tour of Veneto Wine Dinner at Foxwoods' Al Dente Is a Sure Bet

Who says there’s no sure bet at a casino, that the odds are always stacked in favor of the house? In at least once instance, the guests always win—with a jackpot of big, beautiful flavors that come at a fairly modest cost—at Foxwoods Resort Casino in Mashantucket, Conn.

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Restaurant Review: Carmen Anthony Fishhouse, Woodbury

Restaurant Review: Carmen Anthony Fishhouse, Woodbury

Carmen Anthony Fishhouse of Woodbury has changed since it opened 17 years ago, but the fundamental thing remains—an alluring blend of Old World elegance and old shoe comfort.

Restaurant Review: F.I.S.H., Stamford

Restaurant Review: F.I.S.H., Stamford

F.I.S.H.’s sophisticated, mod-elegant, urbane decor and trendy menu dotted with buzzwords is a far cry from seafood emporiums of yore.

Restaurant Review: Gifford's, Kent

Restaurant Review: Gifford's, Kent

Gifford's offers New American melting-pot food, with evocations of Thailand, Tuscany, Vietnam, Morroco, France and local farm fare popping up all over the menu.

Restaurant Review: Brushmill by the Waterfall, Chester

Restaurant Review: Brushmill by the Waterfall, Chester

Regulars go to Brushmill by the Waterfall for the food—with plenty of basic, honest, deeply satisfying and unabashedly old-fashioned dishes.

Restaurant Review: Engine Room, Mystic

Restaurant Review: Engine Room, Mystic

Engine Room demonstrates that all-natural fruit, vegetables and meat from small farms in the neighborhood and fish from the nearby sea can be surprisingly varied, outrageously delicious and a lot of fun.

Restaurant Review: À Vert, West Hartford

Restaurant Review: À Vert, West Hartford

À Vert will give you an authentic taste of a French bistro.

Restaurant Review: Ola Spices Bridgeport With Nuevo Latino

Restaurant Review: Ola Spices Bridgeport With Nuevo Latino

Ola reminds us how pleasant and delicious a modest neighborhood restaurant can be.

Restaurant Review: Primary Food & Drink

Restaurant Review: Primary Food & Drink

Restaurant Review: Sorella, Hartford

Restaurant Review: Sorella, Hartford

At Sorella, the menu is impressively extensive, affordable and intriguing.

Restaurant Review: Post 154, Westport

Restaurant Review: Post 154, Westport

Post 154 is a new restaurant in what was formerly Westport’s main post office. Attention should be paid. Gratitude is due.

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"Eating with a passion" is the way Jocelyn Ruggiero describes what she does. But she writes with passion, too, and it's always a pleasure to enter her world.

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Recipes, cookbooks, expert tastes of local and far-flung cuisine-it's all here (and more) in Stephen Fries' always interesting blog.

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Guilty Pleasures

Burgers, shakes, chili dogs, fried chicken . . . the monster must be fed.

Readers' Choice Restaurant Awards 2010

Where do our readers like to eat? Here are the winners in 27 different dining categories

Dishes To Try Before You Die

Grab a fork, it's time to explore Connecticut's most notable dishes.

Summer Delights

The precious days and nights are here at last, with breezes off the water and long purple dusks. It's time to enjoy them-with just the right food and drink, of course.

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