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Located in Downtown New London, the Dutch Tavern on Green Street is a comfortable local sports bar that serves some serious retro beers. It's an old bar that has been open since 1933 and was a watering hole of playwright Eugene O'Neill. There are plenty of beers on tap, like Cottrell Old Yankee Ale, Brooklyn Lager, Guinness and Harpoon IPA. You can even get Schaefer in cans if you want to get that early 20th-century feel. The lunch menu is small, but heart with burgers (including veggie burgers!), soups, hot dogs and sandwiches. As noted on their website, "Baseball takes precedence" at this joint, but you can always expect the best games on the tube.
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.
Music, memorabilia and more fill this New England Hard Rock Cafe at Foxwoods Resort Casino. Stop on in to hear some great tunes and enjoy delicious eats like tasty burgers, barbecue, chicken sandwiches, hearty salads and Mexican favorites. You might have been to a Hard Rock Cafe before, but this one at Foxwoods is the largest in the area with stunning natural architecture and stained glass.
Everything at Johnny Rockets is designed to make you smile from the retro uniforms to the red vinyl booths and the jukebox blurting out the best of '50's rock. This throw back restaurant is a must see if you are in the mood for a good old slice of Americana or just want one of the best burgers in the casino. If it's a bit of romance you are after or a late night snack, don't forget to order the famous, hand dipped malt shake with 2 straws!