Soccer Bar in Central Connecticut

Ale Xander

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2nd Bridge Brewing in Manchester too far, right?
(where is the Central Conn border?)
I kinda consider Hartford as Central and New Haven as south Central but I may be wrong.
 

Traut

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Is there one ?

I used to go down to Anna Liffey's in New Haven but that is no more.
The Half Door was the best for this.....alas...like Anna Liffey's it is no more. Why can't we have nice things?
 

biollante

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2nd Bridge may not be too far. Opening times early enough ? My son wants to watch Championship final.

Half Door was good. Middletown has to come up with one.
 

CreightonGubanich

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Vaughan's on Pratt Street in Hartford is a good spot if not too far north. I used to go watch Premier League games while on lunch break from my all day Saturday class at UConn when I was in grad school.
 

rguilmar

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2nd Bridge may not be too far. Opening times early enough ? My son wants to watch Championship final.

Half Door was good. Middletown has to come up with one.
I always considered Manchester to be central CT. I’m born and raised in Middletown, and we were always told Portland or Cromwell was the geographic center of the state.

Regardless, we always called the Hartford/New Britain/Meriden/Middletown area Central Connecticut (CCSU is in New Britain). New Haven to Bridgeport was Southern Connecticut (SCSU is in New Haven). Stamford area was New York. Norwich was Rhode Island. Never really knew where the Litchfield Hills and Torrington were. Never knew what was going on in northeastern CT.