Connecticut Eat’s

An omelet made for us by our AirBNB hosts, Kay and Suranto.
  1. Kent Coffee & Chocolate.  In Kent, a little town with a population of 2,965, there
    Truffles & a chia tea latte from Kent Coffee & Chocoalte

    is great – you guessed it – coffee and chocolate.  For such a small town, you would never expect a store like this to exist and thrive, but there was a line to the door the whole time we were there.  I got an iced chai tea latte with two truffles, dubbed the Hawaiian nights and mudslide – both dark chocolate and both delicious.

  2. Salute.  Salute is an Italian Restaurant in Hartford.  We ate there for lunch, or lupper (lunch/supper), and every thing was reasonably priced and delicious.  I had sweet potato ravioli with a glass of riesling that hit the spot.  You might even get lucky enough to see the cast of the current Hartford Stage production if you’ve timed your meal right.
  3. Pond House Cafe.  A quaint restaurant located off a pond in the center of a park in Hartford, CT.  We shared a crab and avocado salad with a bacon vinaigrette (mine without bacon of course) and risotto that was amazing. My Mom and I, also shared a mint chocolate chip creme brulee for dessert.  I’ve never heard of flavored creme brulee’s before, but this one was definitely worth it.  Nothing beats plain original creme brulee, but I was pleasantly surprised of how good it was.



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