Connecticut, with its blend of coastal charm and rich history, offers a delightful setting for the Kids Eat Free program. This New England state provides a variety of family-friendly dining options, from quaint seaside eateries in Mystic to vibrant restaurants in Hartford and New Haven. The program enables families to explore Connecticut’s diverse culinary scene, including fresh seafood, classic American fare, and international cuisine, all while ensuring that dining out remains a budget-friendly and enjoyable experience.

Whether it’s after a day spent exploring historic sites, enjoying the scenic beauty of the coastline, or discovering the cultural offerings in its cities, Connecticut’s restaurants welcome families with open arms, making it easier for parents and children to enjoy their meals together.

Connecticut Cities and Towns

Fun Facts About Connecticut

    1. Constitution State
      Connecticut is known as the “Constitution State” because of its fundamental role in the development of the Federal Government of the United States.

    2. First Hamburger
      Louis’ Lunch in New Haven claims to have invented the first hamburger sandwich in the United States in 1900.

    3. The Submarine Capital
      Groton, Connecticut, is known as the “Submarine Capital of the World,” home to the U.S. Navy’s primary East Coast submarine base.

    4. Oldest U.S. Newspaper
      The Hartford Courant, established in 1764, is recognized as the oldest continuously published newspaper in the United States.

    5. First Helicopter
      In 1939, the world’s first practical helicopter, the VS-300, was flown in Stratford, Connecticut.

    6. Yale University
      Founded in 1701, Yale is one of the oldest and most prestigious universities in the United States.

    7. Scoville Memorial Library
      The Scoville Memorial Library is the oldest public library in the United States, with its roots dating back to 1771.

    8. Connecticut River
      The longest river in New England, it flows through the center of the state, providing scenic beauty and recreational opportunities.

    9. Birthplace of the Frisbee
      The Frisbee was created in the 1940s in Bridgeport, inspired by pie plates from the Frisbie Pie Company.

    10. First Color Television
      In 1948, the first color television was made in Connecticut by CBS in Hartford.

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