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Connecticut's Most Haunted Restaurants & Bars - Enjoy a Dinner with the Dearly Departed at These Haunted Hangouts!

Unlike many of ##Region##'s Most Haunted Locales that are closed to the public, ##Region##'s Haunted Restaurants and Bars are open for business, and welcome haunt seekers to enjoy a meal among the ghosts and ghouls who have chosen to hang around their favorite local haunt indefinitely. Many of ##Region##'s Haunted Restaurants, Taverns, and Eateries have been icons of the community for ages, making them an unsurprising destination for ##Region##'s departed residents. Check out the list below to find out more about the most haunted restaurants, bars, taverns, diners, and other eateries across ##Region##, but be prepared for some unexpected, unworldly company as you dine!
 
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  •   Ryder's On Main Meriden, CT
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    An EVP and possibly a spectral image of a woman have been captured here during an investigation by the “Ghosts of New England Research Society." Read More

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    This historic landmark dates back to 1756 and is rumored to be haunted by its original builder, Captain Daniel Packard's niece. His niece died when she was just 7 years old of scarlet fever in 1873. She supposedly plays in the stairwell and has befriended the children who come here for dinner. Read More

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    This restaurant was once the Chart House and is rumored to be haunted by a ghost who likes to move chairs around. People have also reported hearing unexplained footsteps and voices. Read More

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  •   Jonathan Pasco's East Windsor, CT
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    This location was built in 1776 as a residence for Revolutionary War soldier Captain Jonathan Pasco. Some believe Pasco haunts the home, as apparitions of a tall, thin older man have been seen and employees say they get an uneasy feeling around the place. Doors have reportedly opened and closed on their own and a paper towel dispenser in the ladies' bathroom sometimes runs amok and... Read More

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  •   Carousel Gardens Seymour, CT
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    This location closed in 2009 and is rumored to be haunted by its original owner and founder of Seymour, William H. Wooster and his daughter, Ruth. Reports of unexplained sounds of breaking glass have been heard and a ghostly cat with glowing eyes has been seen. Read More

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    For almost 200 years, this 1780 building was known as the Petitbone Tavern. It now operates as Abigail's. The location is rumored to be haunted by Mrs. Abigail Petitbone. According to local legend, her husband wasn't around too much, so Abigail began a romantic affair with another man. Her husband one day came home to find her with her new lover and he killed the two of them with an ax.... Read More

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