There are so many great things about growing up In Greenwich, CT. For instance, you are just a hop, skip and a jump away from New York City. You get all the benefits of the Big Apple, without all the stress of living there. Here are 12 unmistakable signs you grew up in Greenwich, CT.
You refer to Greenwich Ave as “The Ave”
You refer to New York City as “The City,” and it is a common weekend destination. (Thank you Metro North)
90 percent of your Middle school weekend memories took place at Arch street.
2am weekend nights would not be the same without ending up at Glory Days Diner. (And running into everyone that you know there)
Best after/during school meals are from Rinaldis, Corbos, Chicken Joes and Garden Catering. (High school special= the best)
You have many childhood memories at the park on Greenwich Ave or behind Old Greenwich school in town.
You have celebrated the Fourth of July at Binney Park or Tod’s Point
…And you have either hidden in the back of a car or used someone else’s beach card when going to Tod’s point
Best place to go to the movies was over the border in Port Chester, NY (Po-Cho)
You know to visit Paul Tudor Jones house on holidays.
You went Pumpkin Picking for Halloween at Sam Bridge and to Jones Family Farm for a christmas tree.
Summers are quiet because everyone is in Nantucket.
Do you relate to these unmistakable signs you grew up in Greenwich, CT? Let us know in the comments below!
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