Casual dining, but with a regional touch, is found in all parts of Connecticut. Did you know that the hamburger was invited at Louis' Lunch in New Haven? That's right.
That seaside city also is famous for its authentic Italian pizza, which you can find at Sally's Apizza and Frank Pepe's The Spot.
Other casual restaurants everywhere welcome families and people on the go. Take a sandwich break and plan family activities
for your vacation.
7 Main Street
Middletown, CT, 06457
Sumptuous New England fare
Enjoy traditional New England cuisine when you dine at Tavern at the Armory, the full-service restaurant at Connecticut's Inn at Middletown, open for breakfast, lunch, and dinner. We offer traditional regional favorites including clam chowder, lobster roll, and braised short ribs. Dine al fresco in our courtyard in warmer months, or beside our crackling fireplace in winter. In the evening head to our Tavern Pub for micro brew beers, micro craft beverages, appetizers, or a meal. Featuring colonial-era furnishings and deep mahogany paneled walls, the inn evokes a time when Middletown was an important seaport. Enjoy valet parking or complimentary self-parking.
20 Coogan Boulevard
Mystic, CT, 06355
Delicious casual dining at this Hilton lodging in Mystic
Spend the day exploring 19th century coastal life in scenic and historic Mystic and don’t miss the magnificent Aquarium and Old Mistick Village. You won’t have to go far to enjoy great dining. Enjoy daily continental breakfast and a delicious evening menu at the lobby bar. The IRONS restaurant, located on site, is now officially open and offers live entertainment, locally-sourced seafood, creative classics, and dishes to share all made with seasonal and local ingredients. Choose from over two dozen revolving craft beers on tap and a generous selection of premium wines and spirits with an evolving fascination with whiskey, bourbon and scotch. You can also try nearby Mystic, CT restaurants or order from room service for the ultimate convenience.