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Avanti's in Mystic makes delicious pizzas from their secret recipe with a wide variety of yummy toppings. The menu includes not just Italian favorites, but also plenty of fried local seafood, like clams, calamari, cod and scallops. For the grinder fans out there, there is an impressive selection of hot and cold sandwiches made with only the finest ingredients. There are also plenty of vegetarian options available with special pies and meatless grinders. Come in before dinner to take advantage of the Early Bird Menu and seniors are welcome to a discount on Mondays and Tuesdays during lunchtime.
Located on the property of Mystic Seaport, Latitude 41° offers a delicious menu of traditional New England fare. Many of the items on the menu include locally grown produce and meats from local farms. Enjoy seasonal menus and special dinners throughout the year. The restaurant's in-house pub, The Shipyard Tavern is an excellent spot to savor some ocean-fresh oysters, delicious sandwiches, and burgers along with a pint of craft beer from Shipyard Brewing. Share small plates like Shipyard fried oyster stew, lobster rolls, bourbon-seared scallops, and classic clam chowder while taking in views of the Mystic river from the lively patio.
Kitchen Little is your typical New England-style hangout where you can get your breakfast favorites every day as well as traditional seafood bites, like hot lobster rolls, burgers, clam strips and scallop rolls. Where else can you dine for cheap with such a fantastic view of the water? On weekends, only breakfast is served until 1p.
The Bleu Squid at Olde Mistick Village is a great place to stop for a bite to eat while in the Mystic area. If you are looking for something casual, comforting and delicious, this is the perfect place to pick up a grilled cheese, quiche, cupcakes, artisanal cheeses or pates. The most popular menu items are the Lobster Grilled Cheese and Bleu and Bacon Grilled Cheese. For the little ones, there are children's grilled cheese and peanut butter and jelly sandwiches. This bakery and cafe is perfect for lunch after a morning at the nearby Mystic Aquarium.
The Spot Cafe is a friendly place letting patrons enjoy good beer and delectable food in a casual ambiance. The beer list is extensive and has a good selection of craft brews from American microbreweries alongside the usual Budweiser and Millers. The place is equipped with WiFi and television sets, making it a great place for game-day drinks and eats. The family-friendly cafe offers a special kids menu as well. The deep-fried pickles, chicken and steak skewers, and deep-fried seafood puffs are the perfect pub fare and there are delicious sandwiches and salads for those looking to enjoy a quick bite.
Mr. G's in New London is a throwback to classic, dive sports bars of yore. This is a neighborhood bar where you can get a great meal, toss back a few beers and watch the Patriots. The menu is enormous and encompasses everyone's favorite cuisines such as Greek, Italian and American. Most come for the plentiful grinders filled with Italian deli meats and huge pizzas. Everything is well-priced, making this s great place to go on a shoestring.
The Black Sheep in Niantic is one of the region's best authentic Irish pubs, serving up Irish cuisine and draft beers. The menu includes a variety of meals for any palate, from seafood to burgers. For draft beers, there's Guinness, Harp, Boddingtons, Old Speckled Hen and much more. One of the items that you must try is the Irish Chocolate Cake (cocoa and coffee sponge cake with sieved potato and topped with Bailey's ganache); why not have something unique? When it's time for Champions League and World Cup matches, The Black Sheep is your best bet for complete soccer coverage. On the premise is also the Prescription Room, an area dedicated to small, private parties.