Nothing is better than a picnic lunch outside on a beautiful spring day. But where can you go?? I have the answers!!

Bushnell Park: Believe it or not, this is a major hot spot for lunch. It’s food truck central! You can grab a sit, pick up a burrito and people watch your lunch away!

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Elizabeth Park: Opened to the public in 1897, Elizabeth Park is the botanical gem of the Hartford park system. It is 101 acres in size, with 82 acres in West Hartford and 19 acres in Hartford. Elizabeth Park is listed on the National Register of Historic Places. It’s the perfect spot to get lunch with view!!

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May you are looking for more outdoor fine dining?? Hartford County has a lot of offer…


How about the Millwright’s, Simsbury... The Hop Brook mill, built in 1680 and now Millwright’s home, overlooks a sparkling pond and rushing waterfall, visible from the dining room and the deck.


Apricots Restaurant & Pub, Farmington: Located in Farmington CT along the banks of the Farmington River, not far from the city of Hartford. The building the restaurant occupies was a trolley barn located at the end of the line from Hartford. Perfect view for dining in or dining out.





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