As the drawbridge to The Connecticut Renaissance Faire closes for the evening, the sounds of Halloween laughter can be heard echoing in North Haven. After enjoying a full day of turkey legs and tyrannical kings in a tented marketplace, the festive event transforms into a Halloween haven filled with photo-happy zombies, shopping under the moonlight, games, contests, food, and shows, including the main event: a fire-fueled joust between the headless horseman and his arch enemies.
The Hamptons Food & Wine Festival is a celebration of just that—the decadent spirits and delicious ingredients found and produced in the Hamptons. The 2016 edition will be held at Southold's One Woman Winery and hosted by Ron Duprat, a Top Chef alum and executive chef of the Montauk Yacht Club. In past years, the event has featured goodies from local spots including North Fork Chocolate Company and world-renowned chefs such as Brooklyn's Diane DiMeo.
Visit Grand Theater at Foxwoods Resort Casino for some true American comfort food smack dab in the middle of Mashantucket's North Stonington.
The perfect place to take the kids, dining out at this restaurant won't cost you a sitter.
Feeling a little shy? Carryout is available.
Many diners choose to drive to Grand Theater at Foxwoods Resort Casino, as there are numerous parking options nearby.
Store your bike at a nearby rack and enjoy a bite to eat at Grand Theater at Foxwoods Resort Casino.
Appease your inner-foodie without spending a fortune when you swing by Grand Theater at Foxwoods Resort Casino for one of many flavorful (and inexpensive) dishes.
So when you're on the market for some great American cuisine, check out Grand Theater at Foxwoods Resort Casino.
Pay Grand Theater at Foxwoods Resort Casino a visit today and fill up on some classic American dishes in a casual environment.
For more than a decade, the Sun Winefest has attracted vino aficionados and foodies from all over by hosting an entertaining weekend of sipping, snacking, and learning. Here's a little rundown of what to expect:
Drink situation: Living up to its name, the Winefest features more than 1,000 brands of wine and beer. It also fills glasses with spirits from numerous specialty sponsors.
Food situation: Many of the region's most-acclaimed restaurants will be on hand plating up some of their signature dishes.
Main attraction: the main culinary stage, which buzzes with non-stop activity as celebrity chefs showcase their skills during live demonstrations.
Grand Tasting host: Laurie Forster, one of the country's leading wine experts. She wrote the award-winning book The Sipping Point: A Crash Course in Wine, and her wisdom has landed her appearances on everything from Dr. Oz to Martha Stewart Living.
For tasty American fare, head to Mohegan After Dark for a sandwich and side.
Mohegan After Dark has easy parking nearby for diners who wish to drive.
An average meal at Mohegan After Dark will set you back about $30.
When you have a hunger craving, head over to Mohegan After Dark and treat yourself to an American classic.
At Misquamicut Beach, visitors can celebrate the simple pleasures of feeling the sand between their toes and crashing into salty waves. The beach welcomes locals and tourists alike for a day outside in the fresh air, soaking in the sun's rays or body surfing out on the water. Throughout the summer, the beach plays host to a variety of events including a classic car show, drive-in movies, and festivals complete with carnival rides. Visitors can even zip down huge water slides—anything to distract them from that seagull that keeps stealing their sandwiches.
Much of the vitality of the area can be credited to The Misquamicut Business Association, which boasts a membership of about 90% of local businesses. The association throws lots of family-friendly events and serves as a resource for news on happenings at its 180-some affiliated businesses.