Lyman Orchards has over one hundred varieties of fruits to pick throughout the year, three golf courses, a corn maze in the fall, and much shopping to do at their Apple Barrel store.
Beardsley’s is known for their fresh pressed apple cider, and also sells untreated cider- in case making your own hard apple cider is on your fall bucket list.
This 8th generation family run farm is located on ninety acres of land in Southington and grows over twenty varieties of apples during the season.
For the most apple-y tasting fritters in the state- with real chunks of apple in them- head to Glastonbury’s Old Cider Mill.
The oldest steam powered cider mill in the United States is right here in Stonington, Connecticut.
It’s the cutest little doughnut truck you ever did see.
Arepas and empanadas are the name of the game at Valencia Luncheria.
This New Haven mainstay satisfies Elm City residents’ cravings 365 days a year.
Located in El Mercado in the Frog Hollow neighborhood of Hartford, this Mexican food stall serves some of the best tacos in the city.
The Connecticut sandwich chain originated in Waterbury in the 1920’s and has expanded from one location in the Brass City to fourteen outposts across the state.
Capitol Lunch has been serving New Britain style hot dogs for over 89 years.
Over the top dishes and drinks are the name of the game at Sugar Factory.
A French bakery serving an assortment of sweets inside Foxwoods Resort Casino.
This Italian restaurant will have you feeling like you’re in Italy.
Serving Madison for over six decades, this roadside eatery cooks up lobster rolls favored by Jacques Pepin and fried whole belly clams you won’t be able to put down.
Located on Stony Creek, this Brewery is the perfect place to watch the sunset while playing lawn games and sipping a beer.
This restaurant boasts a full bar, a riverside view, and a lobster BLT to die for.
Situated high in the trees above town, The Treehouse at Oyster Club is downtown Mystic's answer to the traditional seafood shack.