Let Us Renovate Your Kitchen While You Enjoy Your Town of Fairfield
Besides Fairfield County’s kitchen remodeling scene, its diversity including big cities, beaches, small suburbs, farms wineries and what not houses the town of Fairfield on its eastern side along the shoreline of Long Island. The northern side of the town is covered with green space and nature while the Southern side is covered with a coastal lifestyle. Like beautiful kitchen renovations in Greenwich, Fairfield is also a rich and expensive town which shrinks the budget for kitchen remodeling. We at Kitchen Infinity have affordable prices so you don’t have to compromise on the heart of your new home.
Here are some places you could visit while you are looking for your house. The Flea market has quite some artsy stuff too, let’s read up !!
The Beaches – The good old picnic of playing in the sand and water alongside it. Northern side Penfield Beach to the Southern Sasco Hill, there is no shortage of sand on either side to enjoy sunsets.
Sandcastle Playground and The Sandy Ground – To bring the community together Sandcastle Playground was constructed. A castle with a bridge to bricks laid along its walkway, it’s a perfect place to play hide and seek, play Frisbee, enjoy a picnic and maybe jump on a swing. In addition, the Sandy Ground is another loved place by children and toddlers alike. It was built in the memory of Jessica Rekos, a Sandy Hook Elementary victim.
The Farmer’s Market – A Sunday Tradition almost all families in Fairfield observe is to visit the Farmer’s Market, June through October. Filled with fresh veggies and fruits, homemade sweets and other organic products. While the items are of excellent quality, the friendly faces attached to it makes the experience ten folds. It’s a great place to meet people during your Kitchen Infinity renovation.
Public Libraries – No town or city flourishes without some contribution from its intellectuals. The Fairfield Public Library offers events and year-round classes for people of all ages. From kids, teens to people of old ages enjoy being in those events. The Pequot Library in the southern part of the town is equally enjoyable and facilitated.
Christmas Tree Lighting – An age-old special tradition of Christmas Tree Lighting on the greener side of the town takes place every year. Local Choir singers and candy canes are spread across and the best part is Sant and Mrs Santa racing in a firetruck around town. The Holiday Bazaar by the first Church Congregational opens up the same night too.
The Shopping Galore – Unlike Darien’s calm vibe, Fairfield happens to have shopping malls. Small towns and adorable little shops go hand in hand when it comes to visiting. In the Mood intimates, Saltwater, BD provisions, The Label Exchange and The Beehive are a few of the notable favorites.
Food – Vegan to Seafood, American to Chinese to Indian you name it and this little town has it. Fairfield has one of the hottest eating spots in all of Connecticut. Flipside Burgers, Plan B, Centro, Geronimo Bar and Grill, Catch a Healthy Habit etc are some of the famous family-friendly eateries and take away joints.
Babysitters – Although this isn’t a place to visit it would be unfair to not mention this amazing service called The University Sitters. Their Facebook page is really helpful. It’s a babysitting service offered by high school and university going students in the town if you don’t have a trustworthy person to leave your kids with for a night out.
Entertainment – Music and theatre lovers find several places to go and listen to their favorites. The Fairfield Theatre Company & Fairfield Center Stage is two of the best ones all year round. During summers, Fairfield Park and Recreation have a Jam Movie night at Jennings Beach sponsored by the local businesses. It’s highly recommended to do with your children.
Have you visited Fairfield? What is your favorite thing about it?