251 Greenmanville Avenue
Mystic, CT 06355
Phone: (860) 536-9666
Fax: (860) 536-2044
If you are looking for some of that great Connecticut-seafood taste, look no further than the Sea View, located on Route 1 in Mystic. Enjoy all your favorite seafood platters, deep fried with sides of delicious fries or onion rings. Indulge in plenty of lobster, clams, calamari, shrimp, scallops and incredible clam strips. There is a great view of the Mystic River from the outdoor seating area.
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.
Where else could you get a selection of fantastic seafood and great steaks (not to mention an outstanding salad bar!) all in one place? Steak Loft in Mystic offers casual family dining at great prices and hefty portions. There are always combination platters, choosing between steak, sole, shrimp, chicken, crab cakes, ribs, and stuffed sole. Originally opened by the owners of New York's Studio 54, Steak Loft is consistently voted Best Steak in Connecticut by Connecticut Magazine readers and is centrally located near the Aquarium and Olde Mistick Village.
If you are looking for a casual, yet fine dining experience in the Mystic area, look no further than Go Fish, located in the heart of the Olde Mistick Village shopping complex. With a menu featuring fine seafood dishes, like Dungeness Crab Clusters, Sauteed Lobster and Baked Cod, you can't go wrong. There is also an impressive raw bar with oysters and sushi. Expect plenty of the day's freshest catch and endless bowls of clam chowder.
Mango's Wood-Fired Pizza Company is in the center of busy, tourist-filled Olde Mystick Village. The pizzas are good, if a little pricey, and use quality ingredients like fresh mozzarella, arugula and their homemade meatballs. Sub sandwiches, in 6" and 12" sizes are available and include classics like chicken salad and classic Italian. If you're looking for something a little lighter, they also have a range of tasty salads. Mango's is a great place to drop into to escape the tourist crowds.
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.
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, so check out their website for information on these special events.
Bravo Bravo Restaurant & Bar features an eclectic menu of local seafood with a Mediterranean flair. Enjoy lobster ravioli. crab cakes, osso bucco and paste e fagioli for either lunch or dinner. The menu also offers several no-meat options, so Bravo Bravo is a great choice if you are dining out with vegetarians! If you're not interested in staying for dinner, saddle up to the bar for some cocktails or fine wines from around the world.
When you're tired of seafood and everything fried, the Wokery in Mystic offers up authentic Chinese cuisine. Stop by for some of your favorite Hunan, Cantonese and Szechuan treats which come in great-sized portions.
Li's Bake Shop is a great place to stop if you got a caffeine craving or a sweet tooth. With so many goodies, from cupcakes to croissants to cafe lattes, Li's will not let you down. The bakery also offers delicious, freshly made sandwiches if you are craving something simple while you stroll through Mystic.
If you are looking for some homestyle Italian cuisine while visiting Mystic, try out Anthony J's Bistro in the Downtown area. Anthony J's serves all of your Italian favorites, like garlic bread, pasta (many served with seafood) and stone-cooked pizza. Save some room for dessert with some delicious tiramisu, cheesecake, mud pie and cannoli, or try an elaborate coffee drink.
Open since 1993, S&P Oyster Company in Downtown Mystic has a great variety of seafood and local dishes to please young and old. Everything here has seafood in it, from the stuffed potato skins to the quiche. Enjoy your meal overlooking the Mystic River and watch the boats so sailing by. The S&P Oyster Company is just three blocks away from Mystic Seaport, so be sure to stop by after an outing in Mystic.