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25-Plus Popular Ice Cream Spots In Connecticut

Winter’s finally over, and it’s time to scream for ice cream. Fill your summer with treats from these Connecticut sweet spots, featuring farm-fresh ingredients, crazy flavors and decadent toppings. Here’s a look at 25-plus ice cream shops around the state.

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Connecticut's 2018 Farm-To-Table Dinners From June To September

Dine outdoors in peaceful alfresco settings across the state this summer, with farm dinner schedules presented by several restaurant groups and organizations. Connecticut's talented chefs design menus around fresh seasonal ingredients, incorporating local fruits and vegetables, meats, seafood, cheese and other artisanal products for a true farm-to-table experience.

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Little City Pizza Takes Its Popular Menu To A Bigger Spot

There’s more of Little City Pizza to love, now in a new ZIP code.

The popular pizzeria, which spent 15 years in the Simsbury Town Shops, has relocated to Avon. In late March, owner Will Kokines reopened Little City in the Riverdale Farms shopping complex, in the restaurant space previously occupied by The Local Grill, Trattoria Il Trullo and Papacelle.

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Connecticut Creamery Lands On List Of 'Best Ice Cream Shops In America'

Ferris Acres Creamery is among the 31 “Best Ice Cream Shops In America,” as recently chosen by Thrillist.

The Newtown farm creamery, which opened for the 2018 season in mid-April, first established its ice cream operation in 2003, but can trace its family roots at the farm back to 1703, according to its website.

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Five Places (Plus) To Grab A Drink On The Patio In Greater Hartford

We’ve been waiting all miserable winter for this weather to arrive. With temperatures in the 80s, it’s time to dine and drink outdoors. Pull up a chair (or barstool) on one of these local patios and enjoy the sunshine.

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Onyx Spirits Plans Move; Will Close East Hartford Tasting Room

Onyx Spirits Company, a local producer of moonshine and aged whiskeys, announced today that its East Hartford tasting room will close in preparation for a move to a new location.

Co-founders Adam von Gootkin and Peter Kowalczyk shared the news in a message to its email subscribers Wednesday, noting that the speakeasy-style venue will welcome customers for one final weekend.

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