The future is now for Dunkin’ Donuts, the iconic 68-year-old food and beverage purveyor, or at least at two Connecticut locations.
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Owner Greg Pettinella has a warning for potential customers at Killer B: “This is not a good place to come on a diet.”
The venerable burger holds a special place in the history of Connecticut, the Library of Congress-recognized birthplace of the burger. We decided to get in on the action and craft a list of the best burger places in our state, including casual spots, burger bars and locations serving the regional delicacy known as steamed cheeseburgers. And for the non-meat eaters, many of the places on our list offer a variety of burger options that might suit your palate.
I've always wondered where the chefs from our favorite local restaurants eat when they finally get some time away from their busy schedules. D…