Downtown Updates


Many businesses in Downtown Willimantic are open and doing business.  Hours of operation and requests of customers may differ from business to business. 

 We recently had the opportnity to visit loacal businesses with our SMILES Campaign.  Nora Charters captured the joy and delight on their faces 



Please contact the business you are interested in visiting.

A Cupcake for Later

Aero Diner 

Apollo Pizza 

Bagel One 


Blarney's Cafe


Blondie's Diner 

Bob’s Windham IGA 

CADMarshall Framing 

Cibao Market 

Dairy Queen

Dawn’s Designs 

Dawson Florist 

Design Center East

Eight One Six Salon 

Elm Discount Package Store

Eminence Ink 

Fiesta Cinco De Mayo Restaurant 

Fine Fettle 

Garibaldis Mexican Food 

Garo's Place

Green Beauty Salon & Spa 

Grounded Coffee Company 

Gulemo inc Printers 

Harp on Church 

High Stylz Salon 

Hoppy Days Diner  

Hosmer Mountain Soda  


Jewels Verne Jewelers 

Kerri Art Studio and Gallery

La Mexicana Taqueria 

Ladd’s Garden Center

Landrop Comics and Game Center 

Latin Flavor 


Medical Pharmacy 

Music and More International 

NOJ Marketplace and Kitchen 

O. L. Willard Company 

Olympic Family Restaurant 

Oriental Café 

Pan del Sinai 

Pedal Power 

Pleasant Pizza and Maria's Garden 


Road Dogs 

S&L Party Supplies 

Schiller's Sewing Circle, LLC 

Spiral Arts Studio 

Stone Row

Sumner & Sumner Insurance, Inc. 

Swift Waters Artisans' Cooperative 

Tacos La Rosa 

Taqueria Cordoba 

Taquitos Mexican Grill 

That Breakfast Place 

The Fish Market 

The Mill Museum

The Shoe Smith 

Thread City Classical Dance

Tony's Pizza

Tri-County Vision 

Trolley pub 

Willimantic Brewing Company 

Willimantic Food Co-op -

Willimantic Public Library –

Willimantic Records - gift cards available

Windham Recreation 

Windham Senior Center

Windham Theatre Guild 

Windham Town Hall Willimantic CT 


Yoga on North 

Zoks Homebrewing 





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Thread City Development
P.O Box 1257
Willimantic, CT 06226

860.455.4673 was partially funded by a grant from Connecticut Main Street Center and the ‘Preservation of Place’ program in cooperation with the State Historic Preservation Office with funds from Community Investment Act of the State of Connecticut
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