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New Higganum Business: Fork in the Road

By Kathy Brown.

There’s a new food option in town: Fork in the Road, right at the traffic light in Higganum Center, where Route 154 meets Route 81 (310 Saybrook Road, Higganum). It will have prepared foods to “grab and go,” as well as bakery items, pints of ice cream, and chocolate. It will also carry gifts.

“We are a foodie family, and enjoy antiquing, art, and woodworking,” explained Lori Lloyd. Rob Lloyd, Lori’s husband and owner of TechNet Computing, purchased 310 Saybrook Road about a year and a half ago when his computer business outgrew his home office of 14 years. Lori made the decision to become a small business owner so that the building wouldn’t sit empty any longer and it would fill a need in the community. “Our store, Fork in the Road, will carry locally-sourced quality prepared meals, soups, pastas, breads, and bakery items including cupcakes, cookies, mousse, tarts, chocolates, and more! We are passionate about sharing all the things we love in our new store!”

They will carry some vegan options, as well as some gluten free options.

The soft opening of the new store will be Friday, September 6, 2019, with a Grand Opening to follow. Stop in and say hello!

Regular hours will be:
Monday-Friday 11:00 a.m. – 8:00 p.m.
Saturday 10:00 a.m. – 7:00 p.m.
Sunday 10:00 a.m.-5:00 p.m.

5 COMMENTS

  1. Welcome to the Center!!! Anything we can do to promote your business, please do not hesitate to ask. So excited for you.

  2. Congrats Lori on the new store!
    I hope to stop in soon to check it out. Hopefully you will have something my boys will eat. See you soon, Carl:)

  3. Stopped in last weekend. Lovely store, fabulous prepared food, and desserts! Great job! Plan to be a frequent visitor whenin the area.

  4. I would love to promote this business to my members and others living a gluten free lifestyle . I know you are carrying Dee’s baked goods. Can you also tell me who is preparing the gluten free meals? Are they celiac safe so I can tell people?
    Thank you! Will try to take a ride and get up there one of these days.

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