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The Melting Pot restaurant targets Hartford for expansion

Florida fondue restaurant chain The Melting Pot is looking to make an expansion into Greater Hartford.

Bridgeport, Milford microgrids receive $5.1M

The Connecticut Department of Energy & Environmental Protection awarded $5.1 million in microgrid funding for Bridgeport and Milford to develop districts that can keep the power on when the main...

Vito's chef to appear on Food Network show

Rob Maffucci, chef and owner Vito's Restaurants, will appear on celebrity chef Bobby Flay's Food Network show later this month, the restaurant group announced.

CT hotel tax highest in U.S.

Connecticut's hotel lodging tax was the highest in the country in 2013, according to report released this week by Chicago-based HVS Convention, Sports, and Entertainment Consulting.

Wings restaurant adds New Britain location

Waterbury restaurant chain Wing It On! said it has opened a location next to the Central Connecticut State University campus in New Britain.

Pro takes down $3,300 eating prize from Jake's Wayback [with video]

Cheshire restaurant chain Jake’s Wayback Burgers said it has awarded $3,330 to the winner of its national burger-eating contest — a California woman who consumed a daunting ‘Triple...

CT investing $2.6M in Middletown riverfront development

Middletown’s plans to redevelop parts of its riverfront land on the Connecticut River will benefit from $2.6 million in state funds, Gov. Dannel P. Malloy’s office announced Monday.

Foxwoods CEO to resign Oct. 31

Scott Butera, the CEO fo Foxwoods Resort Casino, will step down at the end of October to pursue a non-gaming opportunity, the casino's owners announced.

Mohegan picks Waterford for first Smashburger

Mohegan Sun said it has chosen a location in the neighboring New London County community of Waterford for its first Smashburger location.

Mohegan's August slots largely flat, Foxwoods dips

Uncasville resort casino Mohegan Sun reported slots revenues on Monday that largely held the line compared to last year, after months of steeper year-over-year declines.

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