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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.
The Captain Daniel Packer Inne Restaurant and Pub on Water Street in Mystic is located in an historic home, constructed in 1756 for Captain Packer and his family. The lovely home remained in the family until the mid-1970s, at which time it was restored and converted into a fine restaurant. The upstairs restaurant serves modern New England fare (plenty of seafood) and contemporary American dishes. Or if you prefer something more casual, you can just head downstairs to the bar with its exposed ceiling beams and original stone foundation. The pub has an extensive pub grub menu with everything from chicken wings to burgers, and these foods are served for both lunch and dinner. There is live music after 10p nearly every night. Note that dinner is served from 5p-10p, but the downstairs pub is open until late.
If you want to have a fine dining sea food experience then this is the place to be. Oyster Club sources the ingredients for all its dishes from nearby farmer's markets and fishing grounds. The menu consists of fresh seafood, pasture raised beef and local produce well-complemented by an array of delectable beverages. There is also a raw bar serving fresh oysters, clams and more which you can try along with a glass of delicious wine. The warm, intimate ambiance makes this restaurant a perfect spot for a date or for a celebration with a group of friends.
Bank and Bridge in Mystic is located at the spot where once stood a bank. This production brewery and taproom is owned by Walt, a Marine Corps veteran and a former trial lawyer. Bank and Bridge is known for its friendly vibe and is one of the favorite hangout places for the locals. Choose from a wide variety of beer and ciders that could go well with your unwinding while here.
Just across the drawbridge in Downtown Mystic is the Harp & Hound Irish pub. Enjoy traditional Irish pub-grub favorites, like Shepherd's Pie and Bangers & Mash as well as locally-caught seafood all for reasonable prices. If you are looking for a drink after a long day our touring the area, the Harp & Hound is just the place for you to pull up a stool and grab a pint.
Red 36 is everything that you would need to make the most of downtown Mystic. The view, tasty food, charming vibe, you name it all and it could be found over here! Red 36 is a popular eatery among tourists and locals alike. Mostly known for its sea food, Red 36 also boasts an array of bottle beers. It would be a total loss if you miss out on their famous lobster roll.