Staff Size: 11–25 people
Parking: Parking lot
Handicap Accessible: Yes
Recommended Age Group: 7 and up
Pro Tip: Complete the participation agreement on the website to make the process faster.
Most Popular Attraction/Offering: Zip lines
Q&A with the Manager
Apart from your business's main attraction, do you offer any "hidden" services or activities that visitors are always delighted to learn about?
That Red's Tavern is located very close to the ropes course for people who want to eat afterwards.
I'm a first-timer. How do you get me ready for the experience?
Safety is our top priority. The smart belay harness system has two carabiner clips; when one is removed the other one stays locked in at all times. Before adventuring through the courses, one of our staff members will give you a brief training seminar.
What is the experience customers can expect, and how do you make it special?
Nomads Outdoor Adventure is Connecticut's new and exciting family-owned aerial adventure park. Platforms are constructed in the trees and connected by obstacles all over 9 acres of land. Get ready to be challenged by our rope bridges, free fall, skateboard, zip lines and more.
When guests visit Nomads Adventure Quest, their heads start spinning as fast as the Whirling Dervish spinning-teacups ride?with so many attractions under one roof, it's difficult to know where to start. Read on for a breakdown of all the activities:
Athletic Endeavors: Visitors can burn a few calories as scaling the ancient-ruin rock wall.
High-Tech Attraction: Engage in battle in the shadowy 3,500-square-foot laser-tag arena, where glowing towers are the only source of light.
Classic Diversions: Kids can practice driving on the bumper cars, while their friends can practice being insurance claims adjusters to see who crashed into whom.
Best Attraction for the Little Ones: a multilevel playscape with a twisting yellow slide
Where to Refuel: Instead of eating arcade tokens to gain more power, guests can nosh on American classics such as pizza, burgers, and ribs at Red's Tavern.
Find all of your favorite traditional American dishes in one place at Nutmeg Restaurant.
Those who avoid gluten or animal products will still find tons of choices on Nutmeg Restaurant's menu.
Birthday, engagement or baby shower, celebrate any exciting moment with all your loved ones at Nutmeg Restaurant.
Take it nice and easy at Nutmeg Restaurant, where casual dress is the rule of the day.
Can't get enough of Nutmeg Restaurant's tasty dishes? They also offer a catering service for parties and events.
Nutmeg Restaurant offers complimentary parking at a lot close by.
A mid-priced establishment, Nutmeg Restaurant offers meals that typically cost about $30 or less.
Stop by for breakfast, lunch, or dinner — Nutmeg Restaurant serves up all three meals.
Alter Ego Photo Booth lures out the glamorous, goofy, and gleeful sides of party guests with its spacious, interactive photo booths. The company features a roster of three themed booths, each equipped with studio-quality printers that spit out unlimited images on durable, self-laminating photo paper. Built-in iPod speaker systems, color-changing LED light shows, and green-screen technology enhance in-the-booth experiences, and on the outside, Alter Ego sets up candy bars, edible props, and other fun extras upon request.
When you shop at La Rosa Market Place in Hartford, your cart will be absolutely brimming with personally selected and delicious groceries.
Those looking to shed a few extra pounds are advised to put their diet on hold, as La Rosa Market Place serves anything but a low-fat menu.
At La Rosa Market Place, you can stock up on all of your favorite sandwiches for your work week.
Patrons can park in a lot near La Rosa Market Place or take advantage of the generous street parking.
Bike parking is quick and easy at La Rosa Market Place.
So here's some food for thought: for fresh groceries in Hartford, browse the aisles at La Rosa Market Place.
Anyone who doubts the authenticity of Dino Cialfi's Italian cooking is welcome to visit his first restaurant, Piccolo Arancio. They'd have to fly to Rome first, though. Dino and his brother Sal opened Piccolo Arancio after training under their uncle, and quickly honed their management skills while crafting recipes near the Trevi Fountain. When they headed back to America, they left the kitchen in the hands of their cousins. They now work with their sisters Tina and Rosa at Peppercorn's Grill, recalling their experience in Italy—and the tips that Chef Dino learned from his mother—as they prep housemade pastas, artfully grilled meats, and gelato flavors such as hazelnut praline.
Dinners here tend to be unpredictable because Dino whips up a new gnocchi and risotto plate each night, rather than just serving the same ones under different spellings. He mixes his ravioli and fettucine with lobster in seafood pasta dishes, and tosses rigatoni with housemade sausage. When it comes to meat, diners can keep it simple by ordering their salmon, ribeye, veal chop, or free-range chicken breast "simply grilled," or opt for a specialty entree. These range from char-grilled filet mignon in an aged-balsamic glaze to grilled Norwegian salmon in a brunello red-wine reduction. Wine by itself also flows from imported and domestic bottles.