Hubbard Park Pizza 843 W Main St, Meriden, CT06451 Hubbard Park Pizza prides itself on award-winning brick oven pizza. Cooking pizzas at 900 degree temperatures in brick…More ovens ensure crispy crusts and "a uniquely sophisticated taste," according to the pizzeria. It is named after Meriden's Hubbard Park, which is a stone's throw north of the restaurant. Since 1993, Hubbard Park Pizza has set itself apart from other pizza establishments by using better products, finer ingredients and offering the freshest pizza available. Delivery is available for orders over $10.
Hubbard Park West Main Street and I-691, Meriden, CT06451 Locals describe Hubbard Park as West Meriden's crown jewel. Out-of-towners come from miles and sometimes states away to…More visit Castle Craig and the park's 1,800 acres of woodsy trails and recreational land. The park has tennis courts, a bandshell, a swimming pool, playground and Mirror Lake, which is populated with waterfowl in the summer and ice skaters in the winter. The park is home to Meriden's signature events, the Daffodil Festival in Spring and the Festival of Silver Lights each winter. The park's iconic stone castle, Castle Craig, was constructed in 1900 and sits upon East Peak. It is navigable by foot or by car from Hubbard Park below.
Walnut Grove Cemetery 817 Old Colony Rd, Meriden, CT06451 Since 1876, Walnut Grove Cemetery has been situated on 127 and a half acres of rolling hills. With 40 to 50 thousand…More cemetery plots already in use, Superintendent Michael Kroll says this nonsectarian burial ground has enough land to last for 300 to 500 more years. Huge, isolated, and beautifully landscaped, this cemetery has a chapel, a crematorium and a memorial garden. Many notable Meriden citizens are buried here, including Walter Hubbard, the man for whom Hubbard Park was named.
Dorise's Parkside Motors 851a W Main St, Meriden, CT06451 Dorsie's Parkside Moto. Dorsie's Parkside Motors offers complete auto servicing, from belts to batteries and brakes.…More It has been at the same West Main Street locale just shy of Hubbard Park since the mid-1980s. Dorise himself is a Maloney High School graduate and a Meriden resident and takes pride in his locally owned and operated business.
City of Meriden Parks & Recreation Department 460 Liberty St, Meriden, CT06450 The Parks & Recreation Department is housed in what looks like an English cottage, behind the tennis and basketball…More courts at Washington Park on Liberty Street. The department is in charge of maintenance and scheduling for the city's 26 parks, as well as other recreational venues. Its staff members give subsidies to sports leagues, provide recreation support, process facilities requests and help coordinate community events like the Daffodil Festival, the Puerto Rican Day Festival and the Silver Lights Festival in Hubbard Park. The department also provides residents with yearly swim passes and fishing permits for Giuffrida Park.