Priority number one when you're in Salisbury, Connecticut: See some cows.
After we made ourselves at home at The White Hart, a newly renovated sort of town hall, and ate our weight in guinea fowl potpie, we couldn't help but fall in love with the quaint little villages just minutes away from this town of 4,000. We sipped teas with locals, browsed bookshops and, yes, saw many a heifer.
But as we chatted and explored, one thing was certain: All roads lead to The White Hart. Everyone has a story about the historic inn, which has invigorated the city and brought in new faces and fantastic food from chef Annie Wayte.
Take a tour.
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