Not trying to be dramatic, but food is kind of the center of everything. The availability of food – especially the delicious, healthy kind – will make or break a neighborhood, and the availability of fresh produce is the most essential to neighborhood work/play/livability. This is the exact reason why I was incredibly excited to come across Greenway Market while meandering the streets of Hartford for sustenance mid-workday. This place has juice and salad bars, a deli, local produce, Goldbergs Bagels, imported Italian cheeses, Hartford Baking Co. breads, cured Spanish meats, a house shaved Brussels sprout salad (!!), and a genuinely enthusiastic staff to serve the Hartford community.
A Speck of Green in a Food Desert
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Ex Waitress is a former front-of-the-house Renaissance Woman most experienced in drunk-remembering the modification she didn't make for Table Seven's appetizer and gracelessly opening bottles of overpriced Malbec table side. You can now find this service industry expat somewhere in Connecticut leaving a 20+ percent tip, enjoying every single second of the weekend, or using a decade's worth of food experience to provide social media, marketing, and public relations to restaurants across the state. View all posts by theexwaitress