To start, I figured I would let you know that I am someone who has lived in Connecticut most of my life and I am proud of my home state. I have also lived in a few other places such as Texas, North Carolina (and a couple places I’d rather not go back to in the Middle East) while I was in the Air Force. After my enlistment ended, I decided that moving to Connecticut was best for me because I felt that this was where I wanted to call home again.
Now that I have a family of my own, I understand that it’s important to live in a state that I feel will be the best choice for their long term success. I could move to any state I want, but I choose to live in Connecticut because I really do feel that this is a great place to raise a family. After all, geographically we are located directly in between two major cities, Boston and New York, with excellent transportation options close by such as highways, railroads and multiple international airports. In addition, each Connecticut town and city is uniquely charming with highly desirable classic New England characteristics. Also, being a coastal state we have excellent beaches and direct waterfront property for residences, personal enjoyment and commercial operations.
Don’t get me wrong, I’m perfectly aware that Connecticut has it’s share of challenges that it is facing right now. However, it’s impossible to ignore all the positive qualities that we have available to us as residents of CT. I decided to write the article because of all the attention lately is focused on the negative aspects of living here and all the positive is constantly being overlooked. Connecticut can and will become highly desirable and sought after again and now is a great time to live here because home affordability is at it’s best level in a long time. Below are the 35 reasons that I feel make moving to Connecticut and living in Connecticut an AWESOME idea!
I’m bullish on Hartford for a few reasons. First of all, let me start by saying the city has taken it on the chin for a long time now. It was once a really great small city and many large insurance companies choose to do business here. Which earned Hartford the nickname “the Insurance Capital of the World”. However, a lot of those insurance companies have become more distributed across the state and country, taking thousand of jobs with them. In addition, most people who work in Hartford, choose to reside in surrounding towns outside of the city. The effects have been significant on Hartford.
However, I’m noticing a change, it’s been a while in the making and it started with the Front Street Project. After years of slow development there it seemed to really kick into gear once UCONN announced it would be relocating the West Hartford Campus to Downtown in the old Hartford Times building which is adjacent to Front Street. Then came the announcement that the New Britian Rock Cats would be building a new stadium called Dunkin Donuts park in Hartford and become the Hartford Yard Goats. Which then transpired into the announcement that a Hard Rock Hotel and Cafe would be built across the street from the stadium. The icing on the cake is that when you walk around the city, you can’t help but notice that extensive work is taking place to freshen up the city as well as old office buildings that have been renovated into modern apartments. Which is attracting new residents to live in Hartford CT and breathing much needed life into the city.
Has Hartford turned a corner? It’s too early to tell, but the pieces are being put together for that to happen and watching this take place is exciting for those lucky enough to be living in Connecticut or considering a move here. Below are my favorite points of interest in Downtown Hartford and the start of my list “35 Reasons Moving to Connecticut is an AWESOME idea”.
Front Street District is the area of Hartford along the banks of the Connecticut River and adjacent to the business district. The major attractions are the Connecticut Science Center, which is a designed to bring science learned in the classrooms to life for children of all ages as well as adults. The exhibits change over time and always stay fresh. Personally, I love bringing my kids here a few times a year.
Next up, is the Convention Center and the adjacent Marriott hotel. I’ve been to a lot of convention centers around the country and this is one of the nicest I’ve seen. The architects did a great job designing this building and it’s nice to start seeing some reoccurring conventions happening here such as ConnectiCon, which is our version of ComicCon. When you stay in the Downtown Hartford Marriott hotel you are in the middle of everything the district has to offer and you won’t have to go far from your hotel room for first class dining and entertainment.
Take a walk across the street and you end up on the actual Front Street, major players have moved in here such as Infinity Hall and Bistro, Spotlight Theatres, the Capital Grille and others. There are a few spaces left and it’s going to be interesting to see who else moves in and what the future holds for this district.
Hartford Yard Goats – Yes, that is the correct name and we don’t know what to think about it yet. Put the name choice aside and most people agree that bringing this baseball organization to Downtown Hartford is all good. The Yard Goats are a Double-A minor league baseball team that is affiliated with the Colorado Rockies. Formally they were known as the New Britain Rock Cats. They are building a brand spanking new stadium called Dunkin’ Donuts Park and people living in Connecticut are already huge fans. Bringing the team to downtown was controversial. In order for Hartford to gain the team, New Britain had to lose the team. However, they have since formed an agreement with the Atlantic League of Professional Baseball and the New Britain Bees will be playing there from now on.
Hard Rock Hotel and Cafe – This is huge for Hartford Connecticut and when this development was announced, people living in Connecticut had something to pump their chests out for. Slated to open in 2018, this will be a 170 room rock and roll themed hotel with a cafe as well. The plan is to be located across the street from the Hartford Yard Goats Dunkin’ Donut’s Park. This is sure to be not just another hotel, but a destination for a weekend getaway for residents of Connecticut as well as travelers from other states.
Bushnell Park – Every city needs a good park to escape the concrete metropolis and enjoy the outdoors. Hartford CT has Bushnell Park and is over 50 acres of open green space for anyone to enjoy and is overlooked by Connecticut State Capital Building. Fun facts about the park is that it’s the oldest publicly funded park in the United States, has a carousel that is over 100 years old, was just recently renovated and has a river that runs underground after the Army Corps of Engineers buried it to prevent spring flooding to the city.
Constitution Plaza – If you were to walk around Constitution Plaza today you would wonder why I would call it out as a special landmark of Hartford. The plaza is an elevated area from the rest of the city and connects the various commercial office buildings together, as well as the Front Street District, Riverfront and even East Hartford.
The truth is I remember coming here as a kid for events and thinking about how cool it was to go to the city, I couldn’t wait to work in such an exciting environment when I was older. There was always festivals and functions going on, such as the Taste of Hartford where local restaurants would setup areas for attendees to purchase tickets and sample the local flavors. There was also the Festival of Lights Christmas display and opening ceremony that featured Santa Claus making an appearance on top of the buildings for the kids to enjoy. Hopefully a revitalization of Constitution Plaza is near. Fueled by the other developments in Hartford, I’m hopeful some great companies will view this area as something special and will decide to setup their operations here and make it great again.
Connecticut is an area that is rich with history. A lot of towns come alive with business, culture and history and you can’t help but to feel proud to live in Connecticut when walking down a great main street, town center or historical district. Typically decorated for the season, you will find the streets lined with American flags, flowers or pumpkins. This is where you want to take a stroll down the road and see where you end up. Sit on a bench after grabbing a coffee or ice cream and just people watch or socialize, depending on your personality. Main Street America is Connecticut. Below are some of my favorites from around the state.
Downtown Middletown is a local destination that has benefited from a renaissance and local business’s here are could not be more proud to call it home. Located close to Wesleyan University, there is no doubt that the college students love coming here and it is packed full of excitement and things to do. But don’t think the fun is only for college students, this strip was named one of Americas most romantic Main Streets!
Greenwich Avenue is probably Connecticut’s most prestigious road. A lot of locals even refer to it as the “Rodeo Drive of the Northeast”. Those who decide to stroll through Greenwich Avenue will not be disappointed with a pretty exclusive set of stores that are upscale and pricey. This is surely a destination to go to when you want a taste of the good life with retailers such as Saks Fifth Avenue and Tiffany & Co. When referring to Greenwich Avenue, sound like a local and just call it “the Avenue”.
West Hartford Center is a major attraction for people living in West Hartford and surrounding towns and it even gets a lot of visits from tourists who are in the area. It’s represents so much that is good about Connecticut. Shopping includes a good mix of local Mom and Pop shoppes and national retailers. The Center also features amazing food, with a ton of highly successful local restaurants and a few larger ones such as the Cheesecake Factory and Flemings Steakhouse.
Essex Village is quintessential Connecticut having earned the title of “The Perfect Small American Town” in the “1,000 Places To See Before You Die” travel guide and being named the top town in “The 100 Best Small Towns in America”. Rich in history, you should spend a night at the Griswold Inn which is the oldest continuously run tavern in the United States. Quick tip for those not familiar with the area, take the 1 minute ferry ride to Essex Island Marina and eat at Marley’s Cafe while watching the boats come and go into the marina.
Kent is nestled along the Housotonic River and this is what small town New England is all about. Early settler’s homes have been converted into local specialty shops for visitors to browse through. The town draws people in with the phrase “Shop, Eat, Play, Stay” and it couldn’t be more true. Spend a day here or stay for a weekend in a local bed and breakfast such as the Inn as Kent Falls or the Fife n Drum Inn and see what Kent is all about.
New London Main Street is a waterfront community and a historic district that can be enjoyed year round and not just during the summer months. The culture in this area is heavily influenced with creativity featuring many musical, artistic and design businesses and venues. The culture here is amazing and really draws people into the town. After checking out all the arts, be sure to stop and eat at one of over 30 restaurants, diners and eateries along this historical district. Located close to the waterfront, be sure to stop by and get some fresh air by the water, or watch the ferries come and go.
The saying goes that good things come in small packages and Connecticut fits that expression perfectly. Connecticut is the third smallest state by geographic area, with only Delaware and Rhode Island being smaller. The best part of being such a small state is the excitement of traveling across the state for a day trip for a perfectly planned adventure. Who doesn’t love a good day trip or just something to do on the weekend or a day off of work? Living in Connecticut has a ton of options to explore. Some of my favorites are below.
During peak fall foliage season, you can take a drive either around your area of Connecticut or to the Litchfield Hills in the northwest corner and go leaf peeping. The name may sound strange to some but trust me on this. Get out your favorite fall hoodie and jeans and just drive around with a pumpkin spiced latte to sip on. Go find the best windy roads and just enjoy the views of rolling hills, country sides and beautiful landscapes, where the trees are changing to various shades of red, yellow and orange. Take some time to enjoy what is perhaps the most spectacular views of the year. Don’t plan things out too much, just drive, when you are hungry stop and eat at a diner or local restaurant along the way.
When it’s cold outside you have two options, 1 – you can stay inside by the fire and watch a good movie and eat your comfort food or 2 – get outside and enjoy an activity that can only be done during this time of year. I say, bundle up and go hit the slopes to go skiing or snowboarding. Experienced skiers and snowboarders prefer to take a short drive up to Vermont or New Hampshire but Connecticut offers some solid options, if you are looking for some smaller mountains and don’t feel like driving too far. Another option is to check out night skiing or snowboarding in Connecticut, it’s wicked fun to hit the slopes at night for a couple hours! Check out each of these mountains in CT.
People moving to Connecticut are probably not aware that the state is one of the fastest growing wine regions in the United States and features 25 wineries that make up the Connecticut Wine Trail. The trail is flexible for where you are looking to go in the state. You choose where to start, how many wineries to visit and where to end your adventure for the day. They are spread throughout CT, so a smart day tripper will chunk out the trip into a few different adventures. For example, combine your leaf peeping trip with hitting up Miranda Vineyard and Sunset Meadow Vineyard in Goshen along with Haight-Brown Vineyard in Litchfield Hills. Or on a nice summer day, couple a beach trip with Bishop’s Orchard Winery in Guilford, Charmed Vineyards in Clinton and Salt Water Farm Vineyard in Stonington. The possibilities are endless as this is truly a choose your own adventure day trip! Careful about driving though, it’s very easily to get tipsy quickly, best to have a designated driver or better yet, rent a limo for the day!
“If you want to look at art, there is more of it to be seen per square mile on the east coast of the United States than there is in any other place on earth.” -Richard Dorment
Culture is alive and celebrated in Connecticut, in fact, 19 world class museums and historic sites have aligned themselves together to form the Connecticut Art Trail. Anyone looking to explore these various destinations can purchase “the Art Pass”, which allows you to visit multiple sites per day and makes for the perfect day trip. Just like the CT Wine Trail, you can break it up into chunks and make multiple trips out if it. Take the River Valley tour by stopping by the Wadsworth Atheneum Museum of Art, New Britian Museum of American Art and the Art Gallery at the University of Saint Joseph one day. And take a trip to the Shoreline another day by traveling to Lyman Allyn Museum of Art, Slater Memorial Museum and the Florence Griswold Museum. The possibilities are endless, use the creative genius right side of your brain and make this day trip a work of art.
It’s official, the people have spoken and they are sick and tired of mass produced commercial beer options. It seems that every week a new microbrewery is popping up in Connecticut. These breweries feature local craft beers that have been brewed by CT residents, who’s recipes can compete and in a lot of cases surpass the big name brands. These craft beers can be enjoyed both at the actual microbreweries and at a local pub with them on tap. Oh yea, and a new Connecticut growler law, allows us to take home either a 64 or 32oz growler that has been filled with any of the beers you want to enjoy later at home. Score! The best part about these microbreweries is the culture around them, Connecticut beer enthusiasts or beer nerds make trying out different styles of beer fun. With tastings, events and fundraisers commonly being held at these microbreweries, you can be sure to have a good time here. Come for the beer and stay for the good times.
One of the larger and more successful operations is Two Roads Brewing Company in Stratford. Another larger brewery in Bloomfield Connecticut is Thomas Hooker, named after perhaps the states most prominent public figure from Colonial times. A brewery that will always be special to me is City Steam Brewery in Hartford CT. Located in the former Brown Thomson Restaurant, this is a historical building for Hartford and I’m glad to see what City Steam has created here. Don’t think these are the only 3 options, there are many more and one creative group started the CT Beer Trail. Which brings a level of organization to this popular community of beer connoisseurs.
Late summer through early fall is a special time for people living in Connecticut. As we get ready to say good bye to the summer weather and anticipate the fall foliage, we have Fair Season to look forward to in every corner and throughout the state. Everyone has their favorites fairs to attend, they usually stick to the ones that are close to home or the ones they went to growing up in Connecticut. Some of our fairs have become pretty big and are attracting some big name entertainment acts that will headline the show. Personally, my favorite part is the guilty pleasure food. It doesn’t matter if it’s crepes, fried dough or anything else that is just terribly bad for you, I will eat it and love it. Second to food, I love taking my chances in the game section to win a big prize for my kids, riding on some thrilling rides and checking out the vendor section for some great local businesses. Below is a list of some really awesome fairs in Connecticut.
It’s impossible not to take a trip to the beach when you live in Connecticut, after all they are so close by. Connecticut’s shoreline features shores that have become a summer playground as well as a retreat during the other seasons for people of all ages to come and enjoy. Pick your adventure here by either laying out and getting some sun, playing frisbee or launching your boat. Check out these AWESOME Connecticut beaches.
The running joke in New England is if you throw a stone, you will probably hit a college and Connecticut is no exception. Higher education is a top priority for people living in Connecticut and we have an abundance of prestigious and highly competitive universities to choose from. The states average amount of high school graduates who go on to college level academia is 78%, which is a whopping 15 points above the national average of 63%! Another great statistic for the state, is that of those who choose to further their education past high school, the majority choose to attend a school within the state. Which if you are like me, you would want to be close to your kids and having them attend a college in Connecticut would be perfect if you live here!
At the top of the list is Yale, which only lets in about 6% of total applicants and is located in downtown New Haven. Famous alumni of Yale include former presidents George H.W. Bush, Bill Clinton as well as Hillary Clinton and some of the top Hollywood names such as Paul Newman and Meryl Streep. If you have worked hard enough to get accepted to Yale, you have your work cut out for you in order to graduate, but the rewards are huge when you do. Yale’s alumni go on to do great things in the world. Check out these 30 famous Yale Graduates.
The University of Connecticut, or UCONN is by far the pride and joy of the state. In fact, as UCONNs popularity grows and the number of applicants increases year over year, the total undergraduate population is still made up of 80% of students who grew up in here in Connecticut. The main campus is nestled in Storrs CT, which is far from the big city. In fact, the campus is over 7 miles away from highway access and you have to travel through some beautiful Connecticut back roads just to get there. The UCONN sports program is huge here (I’ll discuss that in the sports section of this article) but providing top notch education is the schools primary focus and students moving to Connecticut to attend school here are in for a surprise if they think it is just a party school.
Are you a fan of the television show CSI or interested in National Security? The University of New Haven has some pretty cool programs in the Dr. Henry C. Lee College of Criminal Justice and Forensic Sciences. Dr. Lee has become probably the most influential forensic scientist in the world, working on prominent cases such as O.J Simpson, Jon Benet Ramsey, Lacy Peterson and the Washington DC sniper shootings, among others. In the schools department, students can earn degrees in various Forensic Sciences, National Security, Fire Sciences, Investigations and Emergency Management. Graduates of this program can go on to do some pretty incredible work and hold influential jobs in both public and private sectors.
Looking for a more structured and patriotic option for your higher education? In New London Connecticut, you can attend the United States Coast Guard Academy. This school is one of only 5 United States Military Academies that offer undergraduate education and training to become commissioned officers of the US Military upon graduation. Students here are called cadets, with freshmen being 4th class, sophomores being 3rd class, juniors being 2nd class and seniors being 1st class. In addition to education, the cadets take on progressive levels of responsibility to develop the leadership skills needed for today’s military. It’s institutions like this one that contribute to keeping our country safe and Connecticut takes pride in being the start of many long and successful careers in the United States Coast Guard.
It’s an undeniable fact, Connecticut loves to eat and it is probably because of the abundance of restaurants that serve up the most mouth-watering dishes. I love it when a restaurant “get’s it right” by focusing on high quality food, outstanding customer service and providing an ambiance that allows you to completely indulge yourself in your meal. One measure of success in the restaurant industry is having multiple locations or becoming a group of restaurants under the management of the same individuals. Below are restaurants that have achieved that level of success and will continue to dominate the restaurant market in Connecticut.
Founding chef and entrepreneur Richard Rosenthal started his restaurant empire in 1986 with the opening of Max on Main in Downtown Hartford’s Main Street, which has since moved to it’s current location in City Place Hartford. Since it’s opening Rosenthal has expanded into 8 unique restaurant concepts throughout the state, a catering company and seasonal Chef to Farm dinner series at a local Simsbury CT farm. Max’s Restaurant Group has won a series of high profile awards for these restaurants on both the state and national level. Be sure to check out each of the below locations.
With over 30 years in the restaurant business the Mill Restaurant Group is another undeniable example of a group of people who know what they are doing. The flagship restaurant and what started it all is the Mill on the River in South Windsor, CT. Not only is this a restaurant, it is also a popular destination for parties such as wedding receptions, graduations and christenings, etc. After building up the business, the owners decided to expand and now have 3 other locations in Connecticut. Each has it’s own concept, based around a kitchen that pumps out quality food for it’s patrons.
This restaurant is the new kid on the block, but right away has earned it’s stripes and is one of my favorite places to eat in Connecticut. The backstory on this restaurant is almost as good as the barbecue. The owner Jamie “the Bear” McDonald is actually a competitive eater. Seriously check out his YouTube channel, you can watch him eat 7-10 pounds of various foods in a single sitting! He won the money to open his restaurants by competing in a eating contest where the finalists pitched their business ideas to race car driver Danica Patrick. He won and the result is delicious barbecue in 3 locations in Connecticut. I wouldn’t be surprised to see upwards of 10 locations in the coming years! The food here is legendary in Greater Hartford, we have been accustomed to barbecue that was just ok until now. This barbecue is at another level, there is noting pretentious about the food here, just meat and sides and 2 choices of sauce, sweet or spicy. I love everything about this place.
When people think of the best pizza hot spot they typically think of New York. However, Connecticut holds it’s own and the locals here would put the pizza that originated out of New Haven up against anything that gets made anywhere else. The pizza joint that started it all was Frank Pepe Pizzeria Napoletana, or sound like a local and just call it Pepe’s. The flagship locations are in New Haven and it all started way back in 1925 and has since expanded into 9 locations, 7 of which are located in Connecticut. The pizza here is baked in a coal-fired oven that is visible for everyone to see and it comes out of this oven as a slightly charred masterpiece. Perhaps the most famous pizza to order here is the white clam pie, which is made with FRESH shucked clams, garlic, olive oil, and grated cheese with the signature charcoal crust. Not a clam fan? Get the original tomato pie with mozzarella,you don’t need a pizza loaded with toppings here, less is more when dining at Pepe’s.
Burgers – Beers – Bourbon, now there is a restaurant concept that I can get into and so can a lot of other people living in Connecticut. Fun fact about CT is that the hamburger was invented in New Haven by Louis Lassen and this restaurant would make him proud. The drink menu is filled with bourbons such as small batch, single barrel and Kentucky straight. Don’t like it neat, order a bourbon mixed drink such as the “Whiskey Smash” and work your way up to straight up! For the food, you have to check out the burgers and my personal recommendation is the “New Englander” which is topped with lobster, gouda, cartelized onions. With locations throughout Connecticut, you should always be able get your drink and burger on and get your fix of Plan B.
Anyone who is a seafood connoisseur will tell you the fresher the better and Connecticut’s shoreline provides an slew of mouth-watering seafood options to choose from. Don’t feel like you need to catch them yourself though (although you can) check out a local businesses that does all the work for you and serves up fresh seafood options for you to enjoy. Below are some of my favorite options to choose from.
Any trip to Connecticut’s shorelines deserve a stop at a local seafood shack, where they serve up the food on picnic tables with views of the ocean to take in while you eat. My go-to option at these restaurants is the lobster roll, which is hoagie buns filled with lobster meat. You can get them 2 ways, either cold, which is usually a lobster salad with mayo, celery or coleslaw, etc. or hot, which is juicy lobster meat that’s drenched in butter. Two of my favorite seafood shacks are The Lobster Shack in Branford and Captain Scotts Lobster Dock in New London. You can’t go wrong with trying out a seafood shack, although a lot are seasonal so make sure they are open before taking the trip!
One thing people who move to Connecticut are consistently surprised with is that pretty much every restaurant offers their version of New England Clam Chowder, but I recommend the USS Chowder Pot in Branford or Hartford. Now NE Clam Chowder is not exclusive to Connecticut and I’m not even sure where in New England it originated from, but we love it. Don’t you dare put tomato’s in the chowder, that would make it Manhattan clam chowder and that’s not allowed across state lines!
Developing a taste for NE clam chowder is pretty easy, but when you are ready to step up your seafood game you can venture into oysters. Connecticut has the most succulent Blue Point oysters and getting them fresh off the docks will instantly get you hooked. Don’t think that they all will taste the same, they can vary greatly depending on origin and season they were harvested. When it comes to eating an oyster, the correct way is to slurp the meat out of it’s shell (after it has been shucked) with all of it’s natural juices and make sure you chew it a couple times before swallowing. If eating them naked is not your thing, you can add some toppings such as cocktail sauce, lemon juice, tabasco or a mignonette sauce. My personal recommendation, is to get a nice bottle of wine to go with them, ideally a bottle from one of Connecticut’s vineyards!
I scream, you scream, we all scream for Connecticut’s Ice Cream. When it comes to dessert, Connecticut is not messing around and we take our ice cream seriously. Perhaps the obsession comes from the dairy farms that are prevalent throughout the state or just a love of tasty treats but one things is for sure, Connecticut gets ice cream right. My personal favorite is at UCONN Dairy Bar, which is right on the Storrs campus. The award winning ice cream here is still manufactured according to it’s original recipe from the early 1900’s.
Be sure to check out these AWESOME local ice cream shoppes too!
Without any of the highest level of professional sports teams, Connecticut still holds it’s own with what we do have and fans here tend to be fanatical over our teams.
This program is perhaps the crown jewel of Connecticut, the UCONN Huskies Mens and Women’s basketball program. The mens program has won the NCAA Championship a total of 4 times in 1999, 2004, 2011 and 2014. The womens program has won the NCAA Championship a whopping 10 times in 1995, 2000, 2002, 2003, 2004, 2009, 2010, 2013, 2014, 2015! Watch as Husky mania takes over the state and don’t think about planning anything around game time with a fan, they will definitely be watching the game!
Travelers is one of the states major employers with the majority of it’s workforce in Hartford CT. The residents of the state are very grateful that they have chosen to sponsor the Travelers Championship and we look forward to the excitement every summer. Hosted at TPC River Highlands in Cromwell, the defending champion is Bubba Watson and he has actually won 2 times, the first being his first career PGA tour victory in 2010.
A member of the American Hockey league, this team is an affiliate of the NY Rangers and has developed quite the following after Hartford lost the Whalers. In fact, the Wolfpack was rebranded as the Connecticut Whales to bring back the nostalgia for the Whalers, but was brought back to the Wolfpack because it just didn’t feel right. They play their home games in the XL Center in Downtown Hartford and the city comes alive during their games.
Connecticut is nestled directly between two of the best professional baseball teams and the rivaly between the two makes for great competition within the state. Depending on what poll you pay attention to you will get varying information as to what team wins the majority of fans for people who live in CT. The Yankees and Redsox rivalry is one that is healthy and alive here and not going away any time soon.
So that was my list of reason why I feel Connecticut is an AWESOME place to live and if you are thinking about making a move here, this hopefully convince you that this is the place for you.
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