March 2019

Ah, breakfast. Opinions differ about whether or not it's really the most important meal of the day, but it's hard not to agree that it's the most fun. We've got the sunny story on terrific breakfast spots throughout the state, as well as 8 delicious sandwiches you can check out on your next commute. Not a morning person? Visit our list of a dozen top spots to do brunch, or make breakfast at home any time of the day using recipes shared with us by local chefs.

Elsewhere in this issue we celebrate Women's History Month with 31 trailblazers from our state who made a major impact, as well several who are making a difference right at this moment. Also: we take a look at the advantages of growing native plants in your home garden, and a profile of Hartford defense attorney Morton Katz, who at age 99 continues to give his clients his all.

Features

We’re firm believers that it’s never too early — or too late — for breakfast. Fortunately, like powdered sugar on French toast, great breakfast joints are sprinkled all over our state. 

You need to fuel up for the day ahead, but the classic bacon, egg and cheese can get a bit routine. That’s where these delicious difference-makers come in to open your eyes and save the day.

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This Month

Columns

Despite its history, Glastonbury is not a quaint community that lives in the past. The town on the banks of the Connecticut River feels thoroughly modern with a sleek mix of local shops, national retail chains and a notable restaurant scene.

The Connecticut Table

The Connecticut Files