Branford Connecticut 06405
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An area called “Totoket” which became Branford was part of the land bought from the Mattabesech Indians in 1638 by the first settlers of New Haven. The Dutch set up a trading post at the mouth of the Branford River in the 1600s. That’s the source of the name “Dutch Wharf.” The name Branford most likely came from the English town Brentford. Early settlers were mainly involved in agriculture and farming, but lumber, livestock, brooms, and produce were also popular ways of making a living. With the railroad coming into town in 1852 boosted business for the small town with Branford Lockworks, Malleable Iron Fittings Company and the Atlantic Wire Company coming along with it.
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USS Chowder Pot III | 560 East Main St., Branford, CT 06405 | 203-481-2356
Enjoy award winning seafood, slow roasted prime rib and USDA Choice steak. Chowder Pot III has two large dining rooms, air-cooled patio and a very popular Captain's Lounge featuring an amazing raw bar. Happy Hour Mon-Fri, 3:30p-6p. Chowder Pot III has won numerous awards from Connecticut Magazine and for 17 years in a row been voted Best Seafood by the New Haven Advocate. Pick out your own live lobster - 1-15 lbs.!
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County: New Haven
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Branford CT Local Information
Branford Police Dispatch: 203-481-4241
Branford Fire Department: 203-488-7266
Ambulance Service: 911
Town Hall Telephone: 203-315-0678
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