Meet Warren Hardman, Max Downtown’s head pastry chef; who believes his job is about more than just cooking up some of the best desserts you can find in the Hartford area – but rather to make people happy through good food, company and decadent design. From the second we met Warren, he beamed with personality, […]
If you’re familiar with the Greater Hartford area, chances are you’re also familiar with the Max Restaurant Group. While everyone seemingly has their “favorite,” ours happens to be Max Downtown, which conveniently is right down the street from us on Asylum Street. After a summer of renovations, Max Downtown finally reopened on September 19th. With […]
You can’t find the best espressos, craft beers, and waterfalls, by studying in the library. We did a little (field) research for you to find the best college hangout spots in the Hartford area. So grab your friends, and preferably an appetite, and make your way over to these local Hartford area hang out spots. […]
Looking for the perfect place to host a special gathering, impress a date, or sit down for a warm nutella latte? Then meet Spectra Wired – a newly opened, creatively designed café in downtown Hartford. Spectra Wired has to be the most spacious café in the Hartford area. Walking in, you’re immediately drawn to the […]
Meet Hartford’s newest coffee gem: Story and Soil Coffee Immediately upon entering Story and Soil, you feel like you’re in a Pinterest board of your dreams. Walls filled with succulents and exposed brick, coffees served in mason jars with steel straws, vintage hanging light bulbs and a location right across from the beautiful Capitol Lofts; […]
There are just a couple of events left for ‘Summer in the City 2017’ and we wanted to showcase these last few community-based happenings (before it turns into full blown pumpkin spice season).
It’s that one street in Hartford that everyone is just naturally drawn too – filled with a mixture of old and new architecture, covered in red cobblestone end to end, and the sun somehow always shining through.
If you know Hartford, you know Pratt Street.