Connecticut Unveils All-New State Tourism Website

Just in time for summer travel, today marks the launch of the completely redesigned and rebuilt Connecticut tourism website, CTvisit.com. Travelers can now find more than 4,000 places to visit, stay and eat in Connecticut, as well as suggested getaway itineraries, events calendars, vacation deals and much more – all intuitively organized by activity type, style Read More

The Hartford Baking Company: Fresh Bread in Connecticut

Ah, the only thing better than the smell of fresh baked bread, is the first bite of warm bread directly from the oven topped with melted excellent butter. We recently had the opportunity via Yelp to visit Hartford Baking Company at their factory to learn how they make their bread, specifically, their sourdough bread. Their Read More

Made in Connecticut: Whiner and Diner Pet Boxes

Whiner and Diner has been handcrafting unique pet accessories since 1996: Elevated dog feeders, raised cat bowls, pet toy boxes, small dog beds, cat beds and dog breed leash holders, custom-made from authentic reclaimed wooden wine crates. Each pet product is individually created to meet your pet’s specific needs. Our elevated pet feeders are healthy Read More

Parallel Post Brings the Family Style Dinner to Gilberties Farm

We had the great pleasure of attending Parallel Post’s third dinner of their 2nd annual, four-part culinary dining series, Farm-To-Trumbull, at Gilbertie’s Herb Garden located in Easton, CT. The gorgeous afternoon further enhanced this intimate experience led by James Beard-nominated Chef, Dean James Max; Executive Chef, Chris Molyneux; and Chef de Cuisine, Ali Goss of Read More

The Coastal Wine Trail of Southeastern New England

You have heard of the Connecticut Wine Trail but have you heard of the Coastal Wine Trail? The Coastal Wine Trail stretches from Cape Cod and the Islands through the South Coast of Massachusetts. Coastal Rhode Island and Coastal Connecticut. If you wine, visiting the vineyards and wineries of the Coastal Wine Trail should be Read More

Farmers Markets Across Connecticut

Farmer’s Markets are a great way to get fresh fruits, vegetables, handmade soaps, jams, pastries and more all the while supporting local Connecticut farms and businesses. Most towns in Connecticut now have Farmer’s Markets running from May or June to at least October. This is an ongoing list of Connecticut Farmer’s Market. If you know Read More

Connecticut Jewels For Hope: Jewelry with a Purpose

Jewels For Hope is a online jewelry store based out of Stamford, Connecticut. Jewels for Hope was founded by Sandy D’Andrea in 2009 after acting for nearly a decade as caregiver to her mother, who was afflicted with Parkinson’s disease and dementia. As a free-spirited wife and mother of 3 girls and two black labs, Read More

Fairfield County Chef’s Table: Extraordinary Recipes From Connecticut’s Gold Coast

Are you looking for new and unique recipes to try? What about eating out? If you live in Connecticut, Fairfield County has an abundance of restaurants just waiting to be discovered. Fairfield County Chef’s Table is a new book written by two talented women from CT Bites. Fairfield County Chef’s Table is more than a Read More

Try Carvel’s New Salted Caramel Ice Cream This Spring

Carvel Unveils New Salted Caramel Ice Cream Treats for the Spring. Between April 1 to June 29, stop on by a Carvel shop to satisfy both your sweet and salty cravings by enjoying this new flavor in a variety of ways, including: Salted Caramel Soft Serve Fresh Scooped Salted Caramel with pieces of Heath® Toffee Bar Read More

Sweet Sarah Patisserie French Bistro Approaching One Year Anniversary

Lady Grey and Sweet Sarah, Patisserie and French Bistro is approaching its One year anniversary in New Milford. The Bistro which serves out French Crepes, Croques, Panini’s, Salads, Quiche and more is always adding fresh and new exciting items to their menu. Their Bistro is transcendent with Parisian music always in the background, stop in Read More

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