Esteemed Travel Writer Discusses Great Restaurants in Connecticut

“In this state it is warm lobster meat in a hot, buttery bun — a nearly lascivious sandwich you can find in all its glory at eat-in-the-rough seafood restaurants all along the shoreline, from Westfair Fish & Chips in Westport to Abbott’s Lobster in the Rough in Noank.”  – Michael Stern, Hartford Courant, 8/7/2014

Michael Stern and his wife Jane live in Bethel, CT. They are co-authors of “Roadfood,” first published in 1977 and now in its ninth edition. Its first chapter is on Connecticut.

Read the full article here: Why Connecticut? It’s The State Of The Food