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In March 2011 we moved from Scranton, PA to Durham, CT. So much to learn!
The Durham Public Library is one of the oldest in the nation.
http://newguidasrestaurant.com/ - 10″ hot dogs
Cozy Corner Cafe - good food, pizza is okay. It’s menu is fancier than the name lets on.
Gossip - local diner restaurant. I liked it, wife did not. UPDATE: it is gone, replaced with a fitness center!
Durham’s Kitchen - ate Sunday breakfast there. Friendly people, nice place, good food. Well, my omelet was bland (but they had run out of feta cheese). UPDATE: they’re gone, as well. Replaced with another restaurant. That also closed?!?! Not sure.
The Whole Enchilada - local chain (of about 3?) Burritos and Enchiladas, etc. Okay, and literally just down the street.
Haveli India - (860) 347-7773, 1300 S Main St, Middletown, CT 06457
http://www.klamayssteamedcheeseburgers.com/ - Steamed Cheeseburger Paradise
http://doogieshotdogs.com/ - Doogie’s has, and I kid you not, 24-inch hot-dogs.
http://www.eastsiderestaurant.com/ - I’ve wanted to go to the East Side Restaurant since before I moved to CT. Still haven’t
http://www.yelp.com/biz/east-side-restaurant-new-britain “The best restaurants are in bad neighborhoods. East Side is no different. “
Also good hoagies. AM likes their cheesesteaks.
Connecticut Geology @ Wesleyan
Below is old Scranton information
Olde Good Things - their main (?) restoration center and warehouse is in Scranton -- land is cheap, and it’s close enough to Philly and NYC... mmmm, sleepy sunday morning browsing
I’ve been meaning to get some more links in here. for.... years. I’ve since moved from Scranton, but have a soft-spot for browsing OGT.
see Food.Pizza for rants, and local offerings