New London, Connecticut Still Adopts Its Timeworn Traditions

New London, Connecticut has a intriguing history with enough good times and bad times to fill a library at Yale, Sacred Heart University, UCONN and Yale. Before the 20th century, this town was gaining a solid reputation for its colorful culinary tactics across the Northeast.

The erstwhile settlers in Connecticut were stout people who had to work the earth for sustenance. Perhaps it was destiny. Inspiring restaurants are everywhere because this place has always valued breathtaking {{FOOD}, even if it couldn’t always get it.

Today any brainy foodie worth his selfie stick simply must try the appetizing foods which were invented in Connecticut. Perhaps because of the world wide web and social media, flavorful menu favs like coffee and biscuits or burgers and pizzas are decidedly beloved again.

This is the reality now that Connecticut has become original for all types of folks. It is a incomparable place for the Barnum Museum after all. Having said all that, the pubs and canteens are also amazing. And New London, Connecticut is in the center of the action. You don’t need embellishments, gimmicks or grill-master wizardry when you have fresh melons, turnips and tomatoes.

Secrets are begging to be told if you stop in and speak with the born and bred chefs. You should be able to tell that they treasure their place in history around the town. These chefs want to be wardens of gastronomy. Please realize that people have to taste these foods for themselves to truly digest the glory.

With pleasant snapshots, we present a tour of both old-fashioned and modern culinary traditions that extend back centuries. These insightful epicureans will be your tour guides through five decades of recipe magic.

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35 Governor Winthrop Blvd
New London, CT 06320