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Connecticut Best Attractions 2010

Connecticut Best Attractions 2010
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by in May 2010

Best Music Hall
INFINITY MUSIC HALL & BISTRO, Norfolk
Three cheers for this converted 19th-century Victorian theater. It’s now Connecticut’s most-talked-about new performance hall. Come early for the cuisine and stay late for the rock, jazz, and blues. 20 Greenwoods Road (Route 44). 866-666-6306; infinityhall.com

Best Picnic Spot
TOPSMEAD STATE FOREST, Litchfield
Take your pick: the gardens surrounding the English Tudor cottage, a bench beside the pond, a table overlooking the hayfields, or the great sweeping lawn, where you can watch the sun dip below the hills. Buell Road (off Route 118). 860-567-5694; ct.gov/dep

Best Retro Duds
TOVA’S VINTAGE SHOP, Old Saybrook
Funky frocks and accessories spanning decades, from rhinestone-encrusted 1800s jewelry to elegant Christian Dior suits from the 1950s. 1330 Boston Post Road (Route 1). 860-395-1955; tovasvintage.com

Please Note: This information was accurate at the time of publication. When planning a trip, please confirm details by directly contacting any company or establishment you intend to visit.

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