Econo Lodge Inn & Suites
1750 Boston Post Road
Old Saybrook, CT 06475
Phone: (860) 399-7973
Fax: (860) 399-7387
1750 Boston Post Road, Old Saybrook, CT, US, 06475
- Phone: (860) 399-7973
- Fax: (860) 399-7387
Cuckoo's Nest has been one of the most popular restaurants in Old Saybrook since it opened in 1976. Plus since 1976, the Cuckoo's Nest has consistently been voted "Connecticut's Best Mexican Restaurant" by Connecticut Magazine for decades. The menu consists of a variety of Mexican, Cajun and Creole dishes, so you can be sure to get a complete selection of delicious dishes from the southern American and Mexican states. Don't forget to stop by for the Southwestern Sunday Brunch with made-to-order omelets and fajitas or hear some live music on Thursday and Sunday evenings while sipping on a delectable Sangria or Margarita.
They have won Connecticut Magazine's 'Best Pizza' award four years and counting. You will love their brick oven pizzas, fresh Italian pastas, and entrees. Make sure to save room for dessert. For a relaxing meal, sit out on the screen porch.
Luigi's has been serving some of the best Italian-American cuisine on the Shoreline since 1956. The current site of Luigi's has been its home since the late 1980s and offers twice the seating as the previous location (once across from the Saybrook Shopping Center). Enjoy all your favorite Italian treats, like garlic bread, fried mozzarella, salads with homemade Gorgonzola or Bleu Cheese dressing, mouthwatering hot grinders, and, of course, pizza! The New Haven-style pizzas at Luigi's are hand-stretched and topped with whole milk mozzarella.
Authentic Vietnamese and Thai cuisine are their specialties. They were awarded first prize in The New Haven Advocate for serving the "Best Vietnamese Food." The extensive menu includes asparagus crab soup, honey grilled pork, fresh poultry, seafood and beef.
The Truckstop Café may have graduated to Café Routier, but continues to have Chef Jeffrey Renkl serve authentic French food at reasonable prices. The stylish décor and comfort menu make for the ideal meal after a hard day's work. Try the Pan Roasted Duck Breast served with grilled peaches, blueberries, lemon-chive cous-cous, and blueberry-balsamic gastric. Take your pick from an exquisite list of wines and martinis. To appease that chocolate craving, there's Chocolate Pudding and Espresso and Whiskey Granita topped with white chocolate whipped cream! The cafe opens daily at 5:30p.
Open since 1957, Cristy's Luncheonette in Westbrook is a small town diner with a steady, loyal crowd of locals who (most often) come in for breakfast. Of course, guests come for breakfast when the menu includes some of the best Corned Beef Hash and over 40 varieties of pancakes. For lunch or dinner, enjoy some local classics, like Yankee Pot Roast, Fish & Chips, Clam Strips and Turkey Dinners.
Famous foot long hot dogs, clam chowder, clam strips, fish and chips, hot lobster rolls on a New England-style bun - Johnny Ad's has something for every taste. Most come for the hot dogs, lobster rolls and clam strips, but you can be guaranteed an amazing, no-frills meal at Johnny Ad's. Conveniently located on Route 1 in Old Saybrook, this place is hopping on weekends during the summer, and it can be surprising that it is even open year-round!
Freshly prepared New England seafood served in an outdoor atmosphere.
When you head outside the city, the prices always drop. Jack Rabbit's in Old Saybrook is just the place where you can get a gourmet burger for well under USD10 or a gourmet hot dog for under USD5. The menu includes plenty of your snacking favorites such as wings, sweet potato fries, onion rings, sliders and more. After hours, the place turns The Rabbit Hole, a jumping nightspot with a jukebox where you can get all of your favorite foods directly at the bar.
"Old Saybrook's best kept secret!" This restaurant features contemporary dishes including fresh fish, shellfish, creative pastas, lamb, veal, and duck. This is the perfect spot for corporate functions, banquets, weddings, showers, and rehearsal dinners.
Chinese restaurant with a small but excellent sushi bar. The chinese food is out of this world.
Located on the Singing Bridge in Westbrook, Bill's has been packing in the foodies - as evident from the crammed parking lot of weekend nights in the summer and the umbrellas lining the outdoor patio overlooking the Patchogue River. Fix your fix of steamed lobster, lobster rolls, fried seafood platters and more at this local favorite on historic Route 1, or arrive on your boat and dock beneath the outdoor patio. After dinner, enjoy Ashley's Ice Cream from their stand on the premise. At Christmastime the waterfront is decorated with Christmas figures and colored lights. There is live music several nights a week, so check out Bill's website for the week's lineup. Credit cards are not accepted, but there is an ATM machine on site.