Posted in Connecticut To eat February 11, 2022 by Lisa Sammons
The Nutmeg State is well known for being small. We may not have the massive landscape that the big states ownbut in some ways it’s a good thing. For example, when planning a road trip to Connecticut, you can see a lot more of the state than you could in a bigger place like Texas or California.. At Only In Connecticut, we love good themed road trips. And what could be tastier than a trip centered around food? We would like to circumnavigate the globe and travel internationallybut if you don’t have the time or money to do it, you can do the next best thing right here at home. Check out this quick Connecticut road trip that will take you to many of our top ethnic restaurants.. They might not look like much, but they’ll make you feel like you’re traveling the world without ever leaving the state!
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Address: People’s Choice, 77 Wall Street, Norwalk, CT 06850, USA
Address: Pho Hong Thom, 48 Wood Ave, Bridgeport, CT 06605, USA
Address: El Gallo Dorado #2 Restaurant, 115 Main St, Monroe, CT 06468, USA
Address: Polonia Taste LLC, 99 Broad St, New Britain, CT 06053, USA
Address: PABS AFRICAN RESTAURANT, 1166 Burnside Ave, East Hartford, CT 06108, USA
Address: Paul’s Pasta Shop, 223 Thames St, Groton, CT 06340, USA