NORWALK, Conn. — While the weather outside is hot, business inside Calfe' Mu at Norwalk’s Calf Pasture Beach is brisk.
Anne Borges, who has worked at the “calfe” for many years, said the crowd usually starts in around 1 p.m. and doesn’t let up until 5 p.m. When there’s a concert or car show, business picks up, too, she said.
Borges said kids almost always go for the ice cream case first, while adults prefer cool drinks — like iced coffee.
Calf Pasture was abuzz with beachgoers seeking to cool off Wednesday. Temperatures in Norwalk hit 90 degrees Fahrenheit — and are expected to reach the 90s again on Thursday.
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