Looking for a spot to join friends for a quick bite for the evening? A new guide will lead you to delicious burgers and tasty beers, right in your backyard!
Just in time for summer, Connecticut’s Central Regional Tourism District has updated its popular pocket guide to many of the best places for burgers and microbrews in its 65 towns and cities.
The “Burgers & Brews” guide is a free brochure with information about more than 70 great eateries and breweries.
“America’s first burger sandwich was cooked up right here at New Haven’s Louis Lunch more than a century ago — and the restaurant is still going strong,” explains Anne Lee, Executive Director of the Central Regional Tourism District, which covers 65 Connecticut towns and cities including the Greater Hartford, Greater New Haven, and Connecticut River Valley regions.
“Today, a wide variety of restaurants in our region serve up fantastic burgers, from grilled to steamed to bison burgers to ‘build-your-owns,'" Lee said. "Add to that, some of the finest microbreweries in all of New England and we have our very own regional burger and brew trail.”
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The Central Regional Tourism District (CenterofCT.com) covers 65 towns and cities located along the Connecticut River.