It’s MID FALL y’all. Hartford’s bursting at the pumpkin spice seams with Autumnal goodness and you’ve got to go out there and grab it by the gourds. Sweater weather only lasts so long before you walk into CVS and BAM! Christmas ornaments and candy canes.
The nights are growing longer, the leaves are growing prettier, and the pumpkin lattes are growing spicier, which means Halloween is right around the corner. It’s the perfect time to take a look at some of the spooky places Hartford has to offer.
It’s almost Love Your Pet Day, show your fur child some love.
All right, stop.
Grab a plate and listen.
Because weekends are for waffles. And mimosas.
Cheese the day and get your carbo-load on with this list of all the best mac & cheeses to put in your face hole.
The Pratt Street Patio Music Series is back and bigger than ever with THREE, yes THREE, performances a week through October. The Pratt Street Music Series is made possible through a grant from the Richard P. Garmany Fund.
The Hartford Has It campaign is designed to motivate city and regional residents to identify with Hartford, to feel good about the city and to feel a sense of pride and optimism about the city and the Greater Hartford Region. Hartford Has It focuses on promoting Hartford’s vast variety of assets to create a relevant and positive message about Connecticut’s Capital City.
Song: “Goin’ to Hartford” by Brownbird Rudy Relic.
Andy Hart is an AWESOME photographer. Don’t believe us? This website is littered with Andy Hart originals because they are fantastic. You can see more of his photos on Facebook.