So, you have no choice but to say you’re from “near New York,” even if the most New York thing about you is that ironic “I The Connecticut prep stereotype comes from a long line of boat-shoe wearing, Yale-going, WASPy Connecticuters who like to think they’re better than everyone else—unfortunately this stereotype is true for many a Nutmegger. Maybe it’s all that deer dodging, but Connecticuters truly believe that they are God’s gift to driving. Better trek through a muddy field, light a fire, and drink some Coors.
- David Raymer, a professional New York chef, & Steven Semaya, a wine enthusiast, operate this great casual pizza place with high quality food and fine wine. Strada 18 serves some of the best pizzas in Connecticut.
The Pitkin Glassworks Ruin have been preserved by a historical society. 1780 by Aaron Buckland and later sold to the Hilliard family, The Hilliard Mills are the oldest woolen mill site in the country.
In 1838, the Cheney family started what became the world's largest silk mill. According to the United States Census Bureau, the town has a total area of 27.7 square miles (71.7 km there were 54,740 people, 23,197 households, and 14,010 families residing in the town.
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