I have lived in Connecticut for 9 1/2 years now and on the East Coast since 1997.
They’ve always said that you can’t “become” a New Englander in the same way you would ever be if you were born here. I tend to believe it. I am still finding out new things about my hometown (Stamford) and nearby environment and feel like a newbie more often than I’d like. There is just so much history and goodness here, it takes a lifetime to absorb.
This coming weekend we are attending Visiting Day at my son’s camp near Deep River, Connecticut, which has sent me to the Internet seeking out great – no, awesome – places to eat in the areas of Guilford, Clinton, Madison, etc. These are on the way to the camp and also where we have chosen to stay for the weekend.
Lobster Landing came up with high reviews, and I think we will give it a try. Lobster rolls seem like one of the easiest things that a place should be able to make gluten free, but sadly I haven’t found one of those yet. I wonder sometimes if I need to do more hunting, as there seems to be more and more gluten free everywhere I turn. (Although still not nearly enough!)
Input from my fellow bloggers would be much appreciated, if you have a favorite spot to suggest. Thanks!