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The Marvelous TJs Exotixs In Connecticut Sells Sodas And Snacks From All Over The World

If you’re thirsty, there’s no shortage of sodas in Connecticut. Stop by any convenience store or restaurant and pick up a can of Coke or Sprite. It’ll do the job and quench your thirst. But do you ever wish for something different than the typical grocery store soda options? If you’re looking for international snacks and sodas in Connecticut, look no further. TJ Exotixs in Hartford specializes in unique snacks and drinks that are imported from all over the globe.
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We’ve Found The Most Stunning Restaurant In Connecticut And You’ll Want To Visit

When you’re dining out, the surroundings can be just as important as the food itself. Great views and a lovely atmosphere can elevate a restaurant experience to the next level. There are many options for beautiful restaurants in Connecticut. One that goes above and beyond in every category is White Horse Country Pub and Restaurant in New Preston. This delightful British pub has it all: Amazingly beautiful outdoor dining, a cozy, romantic interior, and incredible food. By any metric, this is one of the best restaurants in Connecticut and you won’t want to miss it!
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Five places for President Biden to get ice cream on his Connecticut trip

The President's love of the frozen dessert is well-documented. "My name is Joe Biden, and I love ice cream," he announced during a 2016 trip to the headquarters of Jeni's Splendid Ice Creams in Columbus, Ohio. Five years later, in honor of his inauguration, founder Jeni Britton Bauer created a "White House Chocolate Chip" flavor, with crunch chocolate flakes and chocolate-covered waffle cone pieces in a vanilla base.
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How CT restaurants are coping amid 'disastrous' staff shortages

Chris Hickey is planning to open a restaurant in Norwalk in about a month, but he has no idea how he’s going to staff it. “We see the battle ahead of us,” he said. “We already know from the loss of staff and trying to bring people back who have gone other avenues, we just know we have a hill to climb ahead of us.”
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Pumpkins and groceries see price hikes in CT and shortages nationwide

Pumpkins, the telltale fruit of the Halloween season, are among the items facing shortages this holiday season. Pumpkin patches and farms around the country are facing the reality of not having enough pumpkins to meet the demand as issues of drought, shipping delays and labor shortages are plaguing the industry, ABC News reported.
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