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Mix and Matcha

“Don’t Teas’ Me,” pleads a neon sign inside Looseleaf Boba Company, but the menu will do just that. …

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Young Wine

Summer ease was on Stappa Vineyard’s menu last Saturday even as Hurricane Henri loomed offshore. …

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Late to the Party

Not long after it debuted in late 2018, Te Amo Tequila began attracting big, boisterous dinner and drinks crowds on the regular…

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Spa Night

At Anchor Spa yesterday, a chilled-out reggae playlist became richer as the evening did. …

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Picnic Dates

“I did all the work so you wouldn’t have to do anything…

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Beer We Go

Since it opened in 2018, The Beeracks, a collaborative beer brewery in East Haven, has flown under the radar. The name, a play on “barracks,” is a little puzzling, and…

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Market Outlook

Romeo and Cesare’s Gourmet Shoppe, one of a few beloved neighborhood markets on upper Orange Street, was an East Rock institution for over 30 years. Neighbors were sad to see it go. But when word spread that…

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Coming Back

When I arrived a little after 4:30 p.m. yesterday, rows of CRT monitors were flashing, and Journey’s “Any Way You Want It” was flying, and, as Barcade reopened its doors to declare that it had survived its latest boss fight …

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Berried Treasure

With a berry from South America and a bowl from California by way of Hawaii, Nutmeggers Jonathan Bone and Justin McLaughlin have built their business, Life Bowls, by wedding healthy ingredients in flavorful combinations. Their logo is a simple bowl …

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Drinking It In

Bees love it when lavender shrubs bloom each spring, but the Lavender Fields cocktail, a House of Naan original, attracts buzzing bees like me all year. …

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