← Restaurants J’s Crab Shack One part seafood restaurant, one part seafood market. You’ll be on a “see food” diet the minute you walk in the door. Photo borrowed lovingly from J’s Crab Shack. VISIT THEM 2074 Park StreetHartford, CT 06106 (860) 231-9545 Facebook-f Instagram
← Restaurants The Rockin’ Chicken You could probably guess they serve chicken, but not just any chicken – it’s charcoal rotisserie chicken marinated in a secret family recipe. They also serve a huge array of authentic Peruvian dishes that are to die for. Photo borrowed lovingly from The Rockin’ Chicken. VISIT THEM 476 Franklin AvenueHartford, […]
← Restaurants Broasterant How DARE the skin of this chicken! This little mom and pop joint in the Frog Hollow section of Hartford makes some of the best fried chicken around. Don’t believe us? Watch all 11 minutes of this Daym Drops review. Photo borrowed lovingly from Daym Drops, VISIT THEM 630 Park StreetHartford, CT […]
← Restaurants King & I Thai This tiny restaurant tucked inside the living room of a former house on Park Street is the perfect hidden gem, featuring some of the best Thai food anywhere in the region. Photos borrowed lovingly from King And I Thai. VISIT THEM 1901 Park StreetHartford, CT 06106 (860) 232-5471 Instagram […]
The Retro World Expo brought dozens of old school video games in every imaginable format, loads of vendors, and of course cosplay to the Convention Center for a weekend of nerdy memory recall.
Pratt Street hosted a final summer send off on September 7 with the final Salsa Social of the season.
It was a bohemian’s dream in the Parkville section of Hartford on Saturday, August 25. Live music, local food, local craft beer, dozens of vendors, and a whole array of artistic mediums was on display.
Not even a brief rain shower could stop the music, proving that Salsa dancing in the rain on a hot summer day is just as fun as anything.
← Bars / Restaurants Republic at the Linden Go eat super delicious gastro pub fare in their gorgeously decorated dining room with glittering chandeliers hanging from tin ceilings, exposed brick, and small dining nooks. Or sit on the (seasonally enclosed) patio. Breezy in the summer, central fireplace in the winter. Photos borrowed lovingly from Republic. […]
The good folks at TheaterWorks present a quarterly party across the street from their theater called District Night. The Summer 2018 version featured tons of live music, local food, and beautiful souls. Photos courtesy of Lisa Sanchez Gonzalez