Built in 1760, razed in 1972. Replaced with White Turkey Plaza.
My husband and I met here in 1966, at the ages of 16 and 17, we worked in the kitchen of the Inn, he was a third chef and I was the pantry girl, which meant, then, that I made the desserts and salads. In 1970 we were married in Danbury, after my husband completed his stent in the USNavy and completed his degree at the Culinary Institute, that was then in New Haven. Today, March 13, 2015, we are still married, have 3 grandchildren and live in Danbury. We have a beautiful lithograph of the Inn in our dining room. As someone who grew up in Brookfield, I truly believe it was a shameful day the day the Inn was torn down, so glad I was not around to see it.
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