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An experience of Old world charm and romance both in decor and cuisine this upscale fine dining experience caters to those looking for an evening... More
Located in historic downtown Mystic, this sea-to-table strives to craft the best farm-inspired coastal cuisine.
Started as a “roadside clam stand” in 1979 and today continues the tradition of serving the highest quality seafood available to diners who come... More
Serving an eclectic American menu that changes seasonally, always offering fresh seafood and an extensive raw bar overlooking the water in... More
Award-winning New American fusion cuisine with casual fine dining in the heart of downtown Putnam. with a full bar, raw bar, sushi bar, patio... More
Located in historic downtown Mystic, Ancient Mariner serves traditional New England fare and seafood favorites.
Award-winning steak and seafood specialties prepared with fresh and sustainable ingredients and served with amazing water views and ocean breezes... More
The Place Restaurant is a truly unusual restaurant where visitors dine outdoors while a crackling wood fire roasts savory clams, smoky lobsters,... More
Casual fine dining serving breakfast, lunch, and dinner. Located in Stonington Borough.
A favorite ice cream stop on the shoreline, also serving fantastic seafood and beautiful sunsets.
Did you know that it’s possible to experience all the best that the New England region has to offer right here in
Connecticut is located halfway between Boston and New York City. That’s what makes it such an easy place to visit.
By Charles Monagan
Summer is coming to a close, so we’ve compiled a list of eastern Connecticut foodie favorites that can’t be missed.
By Jim Keenan
Connecticut has a long-standing reputation for fine dining, as well as a strong farming heritage. Many of the
New England is known for mouthwateringly fresh seafood, and Connecticut is right in the heart of it. Late summer and
By Frank Cohen
As we all know, summer doesn’t officially end until September 22, which means there’s still time to do some of the
Discover Mystic Country, one delicious dish at a time with Foodie Finds. From the traditional New England seafood fare
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