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  • Triple Play Sports Bar and Grille
    Enjoy a casual night out at Triple Play Sports Bar and Grille, a local American restaurant. You won't find any low-fat fare here, though, so leave some room to indulge. Guests can migrate to the bar section to catch the game on the TV. The perfect place to take the kids, dining out at Triple Play Sports Bar and Grille won't cost you a sitter. The large dining space at Triple Play Sports Bar and Grille provides quick and easy seating options for large groups. Dine under the sun (or stars) at Triple Play Sports Bar and Grille with their charming outdoor seating. Guests may have a hard time conversing, as the restaurant is rather noisy. The restaurant can get thronged with crowds on Fridays and Saturdays, so book your table ahead of time through their reservation system. You can also grab your food to go. Parking is provided in a nearby lot, so diners can easily walk to and from their cars. Expect your bill at Triple Play Sports Bar and Grille to come in at around $30 per person.
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    16 Straits Tpke
    Watertown, CT US
  • The Devil's Gear Bike Shop
    The friendly team of peddling professionals at Devil's Gear include certified mechanics who diagnose the aches and pains of bi-cycles in a repair assessment, before administering the required TLC to get it up and running as faithfully as the day it followed you home. The shop's expertise in everything from flats to proper fit adjustment, as well as their ability to service bikes of every make, model, age, and blood type helps explain why they've earned the title of New Haven's Best Bike Shop 2010 by readers of The New Haven Advocate. While this deal is good toward labor services only, Devil's Gear also offers a fleet of rentable bikes ($25.99 a day) to keep cycle-dependent riders from spinning their wheels until their precious velocipedes get back on their feet, though most repairs can be completed in one day.
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    151 Orange St
    New Haven, CT US
  • Mt Southington Ski Area
    Mount Southington Ski Area sprung from a dream. In the 1960s, its rolling mountainside contained not ski trails, but dairy cows, most of whom couldn't even snowboard. But then new owners bought the dairy farm with the hopes of creating their own slopes. In 1964, the park officially opened, launching 50 years of athletic achievements and family memories. Today, an old red barn?converted into a ski shop and caf??echoes the mountain's past. Outside, the park's 51 acres are covered with snow, thanks to the combined efforts of Mother Nature and artificial snowmakers. Four chair lifts, a handle tow, and two carpet lifts ferry visitors up this mountainside, where they can soar down 14 different trails during the day or under the night's twinkling stars. The snowy routes come in three levels of difficulty, and young skiers can learn the basics at The Glacier training area. Snowboarders can face the rails, boxes, and other exciting elements sprawl across two terrain parks. PSIA-certified instructors are on standby for advanced lessons, and athletes of all ages can rent equipment from the rental department. Mount Southington Ski Area is located off I-84 exit 30.
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    396 Mount Vernon Road
    Southington, CT US
  • Milford Ice Pavilion
    The multi-purpose rink at Milford Ice Pavilion hosts all kinds of on-ice activities, from Learn to Skate programs for budding figure skaters, to regularly scheduled adult pickup hockey games. The rink also makes itself available to the general public during open-skate times each day, where guests can lace up rental skates and glide around the indoor rink. Once they've left the ice, visitors can warm up and refuel with hot cocoa and snack-bar offerings that include sandwiches, pizza, and even breakfast.
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    291 Bic Dr
    Milford, CT US
  • Mountain Fun
    Mountain Fun was first created as a space where novice rock climbers could sample the sport. More than 10 years later, the dedicated staff continue walking beginners through climbing fundamentals during their Try a Climb workshops. The instructors help guests into climbing gear before allowing them to scale 25-foot walls decorated with murals of towering, thick-branched trees and mountain vistas. Their advanced climbing sessions boost endurance for experienced visitors and yodelers.
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    340 Quinnipiac St
    Wallingford, CT US
  • Trek Bicycle Store of Fairfield
    Trek Bicycle Store of Fairfield and Trek Women beam with a brand-new glass and brick visage, behind which bike-handlers preside over an expansive stable of Trek-brand two-wheeled steeds as well as the tools necessary to keep bikes running at full bore. The staff help customers navigate through a maze of hybrids, road-touring, triathlon, and mountain bikes saddled to the specifications of a range of age levels. Shelves buckle under the weight of bicycle pats, accessories, and apparel for male and female cyclists. Headlights dissuade foreign objects from collision, accessory bags keep electronics secure, Bontrager and Pearl Izumi’s leather and gel gloves protect hands, and Capo’s breathable fabric tops keep skin cool during pulse-pounding rides and volcano-jumping stunts. To keep older bikes riding like their newer cousins, the store’s technicians pamper rides with a comprehensive regimen of equipment checks, adjustments, and cleaning in a range of bike tune-ups, ensuring sailing as smooth as a freshly buttered pair of roller skates.
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    1215 Post Rd.
    Fairfield, CT US
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