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Sweet Pea's, 6 Riverton Rd., Riverton. (860) 379-7020. Click here to read capsule review.
A wealthy early summer colony, the Norfolk area along the Massachusetts border includes secluded estates and a lively summer music season that once gave it the title "the Lenox of Connecticut." The Norfolk Chamber Music Festival and the Yale Summer School of Music carry on the century-old tradition with summer concerts in the redwood-lined Music Shed on the hilly grounds of the Ellen Battell Stoeckel estate west of the village green.
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Manor House, Maple Avenue, Box 447, Norfolk. (860) 542-5690.
Angel Hill Bed & Breakfast, 54 Greenwoods Road East, Box 504, Norfolk. (860) 542-5920.
The Hotchkiss and Salisbury preparatory schools, lakes and nearby cultural attractions have drawn residents and weekenders to these adjoining towns in the northwesternmost corner. Music Mountain in the Falls Village section of Lakeville hosts the oldest continuous summer chamber music festival in the United States. Lime Rock Park, one of America's oldest sports car tracks, is a bucolic setting for summer races.
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Interlaken Inn, 74 Interlaken Road (Route 112), Lakeville. (860) 435-9878 or (800) 222-2909.
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The White Hart, The Village Green, Box 545, Salisbury. (860) 435-0030 or (800) 832-0041.
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Pastorale Bistro & Bar, 223 Main St., Lakeville. (860) 435-1011. Click here to read capsule review.
Woodland Restaurant, 192 Sharon Rd., Lakeville. (860) 435-0578. Click here to read capsule review.