Visiting LaSalle Market In Collinsville, CT
LaSalle Market & Deli located at 104 Main Street in historic Collinsville, CT is a throw back to an old fashion Country Store where locals gather for a casual breakfast or lunch on a regular basis. The place is laid back with a mix and match collection of hand me down chairs and tables, but the menu is fresh, updated and extensive.
LaSalle Moved To Collinsville in 1984 From West Hartford
Originally located on LaSalle Road in West Hartford, CT in the 1970s, LaSalle Market was moved to Collinsville in 1984 by the owner's son. More changes were made in 1997 updating the building but leaving the popular hometown charm the Market or eatery is known for.
Decorated With Antiques And Local Artwork
The walls are covered with local artwork and photography made by residents of Collinsville and surrounding areas who enjoy this cultural rich town once centered around The Collins Company Axe Factory, now home to Antiques On The Farmington .
Collinsville Located On The Farmington River
Collinsville center is situated directly on the Farmington River and is a common place for bikers, hikers and photographers. The town boasts a very thriving arts culture with musical, theatrical and art events happening all the time. Many of the town organizers hang out at Lasalle Market schmoozing and planning all the exciting town events.
Enjoy Great Food And Am Exciting Menu
More and more the sundries and food staples have been eliminated from Lasalle Market, a former General Store. Now the emphasis is placed on great breakfasts, funky lunches, party and take out foods. Oh, Lasalle also does pizza.
104 Main Street
For more information visit http://www.lasallemarket.com/
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