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Aug 25, 2007 06:48 PM

Good restaurant in Mystic CT?

Will be in Mystic Labor Day weekend. We're looking for someplace "mid-scale" -- fresh cooking, good ingredients, not high-end in concept or pricing. Must be open on a Sunday. Many thanks in advance for your recs.!

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  1. I will send you a web site along with some Restaurant web sites, I perosnal ate at the Seamans Inn which is part of the seaport but you can access the Restaurnat from the street,and they have parking right across the street.( I believe this is the site. Also ( This will give you a good listing of possible places to eat in the area. Help this helps. Earle

    1. You just described Noah's in Stonington Borough

      Noah's Restaurant
      113 Water St, Stonington, CT 06378

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      1. We loved Noah's in stonington - very much, right on with your description. We also had an unbelievable lunch on the same street at Water Street Cafe - it's worth a stop, very funky place, awesome menu.

        1. i dont know what your preferences are but two of my favorites are :Angies for Italian food. More than just excellent pizza, theres a full menu of non-pizza items.They are located at the intersection of route 1 and route 27 which takes you to Mystic Seaport.

          My other choice is S and P Oyster Company.Located next to the drawbridge,the seafood-american menu is excellent. Its nice to dine on their patio and watch the bridge open and the boats go by.

          I havent been to it but have been told that bravo bravo-across the street-is quite good. Theres a new place on the main street called AZU which is also good according to my local friends. Dont forget to end your meal at the mystic drawbridge ice cream company- not cheap at $3.50 a single scoop cone,but the best homemade ice cream in town in my opinion.

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          1. re: mrbeachy

            i forgot to mention- if you dont mind driving 10 miles, Thai Pepper in westerly is excellent thai food. Across the street from the amtrak station, it was one of the best meals i ever had- the quality is easily on a par with thai food in ny or boston. well worth the trip. I have reviewed it in a seperate post.

          2. Bravo-Bravo is fun, attractive, and reliably good food.