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 2012 Roadfood Eating Tour - Connecticut

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Stephen Rushmore Jr.

2012 Roadfood Eating Tour - Connecticut Mon, 07/23/12 9:38 PM (permalink)
Posted from http://www.roadfood.com/merchandise/connecticuteatingtour/
 
September 29-30, 2012
 
Connecticut gave birth to the hot lobster roll and the white clam pizza. It also is home of world-class donuts, hot dogs, cheeseburgers, and ice cream.
 
We will be staying both nights at the Sheraton Bradley Airport hotel in Hartford, where Stephen is arranging special rates ($99/night). The bus will arrive and depart from this location.
 
Having lived in Connecticut for over 30 years, Jane and Michael know the state well, and their good relationships with many of its foremost Roadfood chefs guarantee that a ticket on this bus will provide a once-in-a-lifetime weekend eating adventure. We'll plan to start each day with superior donuts from around the state. From there, we visit bakeries, shoreline lobster shacks, burger stands, and ice cream parlors, ending each day with a feast at one of the state's legendary pizzerias.
 
The ticket price of $229 includes a place on the bus and a couple of the special meals, but most food will be pay as you go.
 
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