The Top Restaurants Near Mystic Connecticut

The award winning Latitude 41° Restaurant & Tavern is located right on the shores of the Mystic River, near Mystic Seaport. A wide variety of New American cuisine, with plenty of fresh seafood options, is served inside the maritime themed main dining room or on the welcoming outdoor patio. The wait staff is personable and accommodating and the prices are reasonable. A great place to warm yourself by one of the fireplaces inside or enjoy a cool sea breeze outdoors.

A favorite of local residents, Somewhere in Time Café, is located near Mystic Aquarium. They offer an extensive breakfast and lunch menu featuring delicious home style cooking at affordable prices. They are open 7 days a week and open early, but close promptly at 2:15 p.m. each day. This is also a cash only facility, but there is a ATM onsite for your convenience.

The Engine Room offers diners exquisite Mystic River views and is located in a beautifully restored and deeply historic marine engine building. The atmosphere is rustic-chic and they have an outdoor patio for you to enjoy as well. They pride themselves on their selection of craft beers on tap, bourbons and creative comfort food, such as their burgers, always incorporating locally grown and sourced ingredients.

In downtown Mystic you will find Bravo Bravo, a modern Italian restaurant with plenty of variety on the menu. The atmosphere is relaxed and accentuated with candles and mirrors throughout. The staff is professional and attentive and food is quick to arrive at your table. Local residents visit often to enjoy the atmosphere, courteous service, and a good meal.

Water Street in Mystic is home to one of the best oyster bars in America, The Oyster Club, where the menu is written daily and features freshly sourced farm and sea to table ingredients. Offering both indoor and outdoor seating, guests also have the option of enjoying lighter fare, including oysters, and beverages at the outdoor bar upstairs – The Treehouse. The Treehouse provides an outstanding view of the town and the masts of passing ships.

About the Author: Kylie is a guest contributor from the Stonecroft Country Inn, a Mystic bed and breakfast.

 

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