Search for Restaurants in Hartford
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With food quality, décor, service and ambiance in mind, Hartford boasts more than 20 top-rated restaurants. Follow your heart and stomach and head to one of the city's most delicious spots.
Best Restaurants in Hartford
From barbecue to heart-healthy to fine dining restaurants, Hartford offers a wide variety of dining destinations guaranteed to satisfy any appetite. Whether you're looking for wine lists hailing international picks or the best food or romantic ambiance, we have your guide to the capital's best.
IN THE CITY
Vacation in Hartford
riverside capital that bloomed with the development
of America's insurance industry has plenty of ways
to entertain for 72 hours. On a long weekend in
Hartford, you can come and go with ease, opening
up a world of recreational opportunities, from river
tubing to tossing the dice.
STYLISH EAST COAST RETREAT & SPA
The Mayflower Grace
This former school was originally converted to an inn in 1920. The mid-20th century saw it fall to disrepair, but it was revitalized in 1992, when its current owners took the reins and fashioned it after the classic country houses of Europe. This hotel enhances mind, body and spirit by offering tailored programs for a luxurious experience. Whether you want to fill your days with activity or just max out and relax, you're sure to find your best fit.
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Top 10 Restaurants in Greenwich
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Savor a stunning coastal view as you head to Greenwich's best restaurants for fresh seafood, al fresco dining and romantic ambiance.
WHERE THE GRASS IS GREENER
Thomas Henkelmann Homestead Inn
one of the most historic neighborhoods of
Greenwich with some of the most expensive
real estate in the country, the Homestead
Inn can hold its own. Today, there are 19
tasteful chambers on this historic property,
along with the famed Thomas
Greenwich Harbor Hotel
right on the harbor, steps from the fashionable
stores, restaurants and businesses on Greenwich
Avenue ("The Rodeo Drive of the East
Coast") and just 40 minutes from Manhattan, The
Delamar Greenwich Harbor Hotel is Greenwich's
one and only waterfront luxury property.
is in Old Lyme, a serene inlet at the mouth
of the Connecticut River, where early 20th
century Impressionist artists sought refuge
from the trials of city life. Much
of the character that inspired painters over
a century ago remains today.