Root Cause Analysis Training in Connecticut – Hartford’s Local Attractions
Hartford, Connecticut, in addition to hosting our October 1-2, 2014 TapRooT® Incident Investigation & Root Cause Analysis Training, is home to a rich historical heritage. Authors Mark Twain and Harriet Beecher Stowe hail from this city, as does the country’s first public art museum and oldest newspaper. While you’re attending the course, take some time in the evening to enjoy the food and fun Hartford has to offer.
Salute – Enjoy a classy atmosphere and delicious Italian food. Make sure you get a reservation!
Max Downtown – Seafood, steak, and an excellent wine list will make your dinner at Max comfortable and exquisite.
Firebox – Don’t let the small menu fool you: Firebox’s farm-to-table philosophy brings local charm and amazing quality to dishes like Cast Iron Duck and Black Pearl Salmon.
Chowder Pot IV – Enjoy some inexpensive local chowder and seafood at this unexpected hole-in-the-wall joint.
Black Eyed Sally’s – Get a taste of the South up north with ribs, pulled pork, jambalaya, and blackened catfish.
Woody’s – Kick back and relax with burgers, fries, and their signature all-beef hot dogs with unique toppings like bbq pork, bacon, or cheese.
Mark Twain House – Tour the home in which Mark Twain (Samuel Clements) lived while writing some of his most famous works, along with a museum outlining his life.
Harriet Beecher Stowe Center – See the home of the writer of Uncle Tom’s Cabin, along with a museum celebrating her contributions to equality in America.
Connecticut State Capitol – Join a free, guided tour of the beautiful and historic capitol building of Connecticut.
Cathedral of St. Joseph – No matter your religious affiliation, you’ll be in awe of the gorgeous stained glass windows in this centuries-old cathedral.
Wadsworth Atheneum Museum of Art – Enjoy exhibits of contemporary art or baroque at the first public art museum in the United States.
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