There was plenty of business news across Connecticut this past week. If you missed any of it on your local Patch, here’s a roundup of some of the most-read stories.
A vacant lot could soon become a food truck park.>>>Read More.
“I have been saved at the very, very last minute,” the owner said.>>>Read More.
The company said Connecticut residents have been vocal about wanting their grocery store.>>>Read More.
The food hall will be 80,000 square feet across two floors, and offer an immersive experience through changing cuisines and art exhibitions.>>>Read More.
Several new restaurants including a pizzeria and a seafood eatery are set to join the lineup at the under-construction complex in CT. One of the restaurants is opening its first Connecticut location.>>>Read More.
The site is the former location of an iconic restaurant and banquet hall.>>>Read More.
“I’m not sure what the landlord is going to do.”>>>Read More.
Panera Bread will open up its first location in town later this year.>>>Read More.
The popular Greek restaurant is offering free gyros to help raise funds for mothers and children in need in Ukraine.>>>Read More.
Local and state officials helped unveil the aquarium’s Sea & Discover Zone, an imaginative new learning center, to the public this week.>>>Read More.
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