How many of you have gone to TOOLS or will be going for its grand opening. I went and had the pulled pork. It was made the southern way with Cole slaw and onion rings on top. It was fantastic.
It seems everyday New Britain is getting to be the place to go for restaurants. The Bistro at Roma opened up recently with a great Italian flair. I had a taste of it too and it was out of this world.
I have not tasted the new Sushi Restaurant. I’m not really into sushi, but I hear it is good.
Miss Washington is coming out with a new menu and has that huge Miss Washington Monument Burger. If you can eat it in 20 minutes its free. I have not tried that. It looks too big for me.
Of course we still have CJ’s Luncheonette for a fabulous breakfast; East Side for German fare; Criollisimo for Puerto Rican food; Taste of Jamaiica for Jamaican food and Whinstone for American fare (I love their wings). I hear there is also a great Thai Restaurant in the City too.
And you cannot forget Broad Street for the best Polish food in the state. I hope I have not forgotten anyone.
I love New Britain. Where else can you get such a variety? Hopefully, all these restaurants will attract more residents to the City.
New Britain has so many arts, so many health facilities and now restaurants. I wonder what will be next?
This week’s edition of the New Britain City Journal is as good as usual.
In this week’s paper we start with dangerous intersections. In order to prevent a “crash” (police do not call them accidents) there are several easy tips such as not following too closely and speeding. See page 1 to find out what spots are dangerous.
Page 1 also has information on the water department budget reserve. To me, it looks like we have been overpaying on water for the last 10 years. But, I guess now it will be useful as we really need the extra funds. I just hope not to see water or sewer fees go up any time soon.
This week’s Funny Thought on Facebook is for the men. I know I had so many jokes about men that I had to give them a few about women. Okay, here are three for you.
- “I married Miss Right. I just didn’t know her first name was Always.”
- “It’s not true that married men live longer than single men. It only seems longer.”
- “Losing a wife can be hard. In my case, it was almost impossible.”
I hope I made your day. Until next week, don’t forget to laugh and keep reading YOUR #1 Weekly Newspaper!