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Review for MacDaddy's Macaroni & Cheese Bar by Ashley
Rating: 5 Rating
Love MacDaddys!! The buffalo and the ranch ones are the best!
Review for Last Drop Coffee Shop by Ashley
Rating: 5 Rating
Best coffee shop in the area! All of their breakfast options are delicious. Their buffalo grilled cheese is my favorite lunch option! A great place to go to catch up ..
Review for Bella Rosa Ristorante by Ashley
Rating: 5 Rating
Best restaurant in Monroe!! Staff goes above and beyond and the food is always delicious. Order the BBQ Pasta special!
Review for Colony Grill - Milford by Ashley
Rating: 5 Rating
Colony is my favorite restaurant ever! I like this location a lot because of the outdoor seating. I always get a half hot oil, half salad pizza. Delicious!
Review for Stamford Dental Arts by Alan
Rating: 5 Rating
Stamford Dental Arts is like no other dental office I have been to. Their staff is professional, yet so warm and friendly. They make you feel at ease. Dr. Ali ..
Review for Limousines of Connecticut by Karen
Rating: 5 Rating
By far one of the best limo services in New Haven. I had to get to back to Yale and ct limousine was great. They were on time and SO ..

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Danbury Connecticut first known as Swampfield was changed to Danbury in October of 1687. In 1685, the land was purchased from the Pahquioque Indians by two brothers Samuel and James Benedict along with Judah Gregory and James Beebe. Danbury is located in Fairfield County, Housatonic Valley, which is actually a region of both Connecticut and New York. This area is drained through the Housatonic River drainage area. Danbury first incorporated as a town in 1702 and became a city in 1889. The local environs became a part of the city in 1965. Danbury is nicknamed Hat city, at one time, it manufactured about twenty-five percent of the hats in America. The official seal for the city has the word Restituimus centered in the middle, which translates to we have restored in Latin. This came about because Major general William Tryon destroyed the city; in remembrance of this destruction, the motto was adopted. Candlewood Lake was developed in 1929 near the Housatonic River where Wood Creek and Rocky River converges. The Connecticut Light and Power Company use the lake to generate power. Overlooking the lake is Candlewood Park with a boat ramp, a designated swimming area and a great place for family picnics. Danbury also has a 23-mile railroad line, which first opened in 1852. Two trains make the 75-minute trip from Danbury to Norwalk. Another great place in Danbury is the Old Quarry Nature Center with two unique interpretive trails located on thirty-nine acres just off Mountainville Avenue. Many weddings have been held in the beautiful gardens of the Historic Victorian Tarrywile Mansion and park. The Tarrywile Park is one of Danbury's most visited parks comprising of eight hundred acres with twenty-eight miles of trails and picturesque ponds. Danbury has something for everyone; from wonderful museums to its exciting history including the Federal Prison where Martha Steward served her sentence. Danbury is a great place to live or vacation spot.

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