Restaurant: Chef’s Door, Watertown
When you are hankering for: Farm fresh food and a craft cocktail!
Occasion: Chef’s Door just opened a few weeks ago and Chef Chris Bruno invited us over for lunch. Also, we’re celebrating that it’s finally getting warm out!
The post you’ve all been waiting for – our 4 year Unlocking Connecticut anniversary party recap!
Paparazzi Boutique in Watertown specializes in trendy cocktail dresses, evening gowns, and dressy separates. When owner Donna Senk invited us over to the store to play dress up we said, “Be right over!”
We asked some of CT’s best home decor stores to show us how to freshen up a room for under $500. Here’s what they came up with…
There’s no denying that there’s an air of mystery surrounding Wisdom House Retreat and Conference Center in Litchfield. We mentioned to a few people that we were going to “Unlock” the retreat and the reaction was always the same, “Ooh I can’t wait to hear about it…we’ve driven by that sign many times and have always wondered what happens in there!”
That’s what we’re here for folks!
Who runs the world? Moms! For all the selfless and unconditional love mom gives, we think she deserves an especially thoughtful gift this Mother’s Day! Enjoy browsing our #shoplocal Unlocking Connecticut Mother’s Day Gift Guide!
Day tripping fans, we have another marvelous itinerary for you! Grab your friends, download our Gmap, and go spend a delightful day in and around Stonington, Connecticut. With its coastal charm and rich history, it’s a gem!
We’ve known of Jeanne Street for a while (she’s well-loved in the Litchfield County community and beyond) but never actually met her. Today was our day! Jeanne is a healer and medium (also an author and a speaker) and meets with clients to gently guide them towards their highest self. Yep, we want some of that!
Had Reis Learning Center been in our lives during our school years…well, who knows how many A’s we would have gotten! We visited this warm and welcoming hub on Bank Street in New Milford to observe kids learning academic things, then had a turn at learning something new ourselves, American Sign Language.