Two Bridge StreetOld Saybrook, CT, 06475Phone: 860-395-2000Toll-Free: 800-243-0212
Dine along the Connecticut River with a Long Island Sound chaser
This 130 years young Old Saybrook restaurant invites you to take in spectacular views of the Connecticut River and Long Island Sound. Savor a unique menu, seasonal outdoor dining, an innovative approach to American cuisine, the freshest day's catch raw bar, and more from the region's finest ingredients courtesy of our farm-to-chef program. Following a breathtaking transformation, Fresh Salt offers stunning water views, a brand new large cupola with windows that bathe the restaurant in an abundance of natural light, along with full windows opening to a French balcony for open-air dining. You’ll find plenty of options for breakfast, lunch, and dinner, from bar to lounge to restaurant. And each Sunday, sit down to the "Best Brunch on the Shoreline."
Beach front dining at its succulent and savory best
Paddy's Beach Club offers an unforgettable ocean view, salt air and warm breezes along with a no smoking dining area to enjoy a great assortment of food and spirits. Starters include calamari, quesadillas, shrimp pot stickers and more. Paddy’s famous burgers are always made from 100% certified Angus beef and cooked the way you like them. There are French dip and pulled pork sandwiches and clam and New England lobster rolls. Get your greens in an assortment of fresh salads and heartier fare in Paddy’s Smokehouse favorites like pulled pork, half chicken, spare ribs, and smoked chicken and pesto tortellini. There’s always great seafood and the raw bar - all made even more delicious as you sit by the sea.
From fine dining to oyster bars and casual fare, this village has it all
The dining in Stonington Borough is as eclectic as the shopping in this charming seaside village – and just as satisfying. Start your day with a stack of blueberry pancakes at Noah’s Restaurant, grab lunch at the Yellow House Coffee and Tea Room and go for casual seaside dining at Dogwatch or the oyster bar and innovative cuisine at the Water Street Cafe. Or go for an authentic Mexican meal at the Milagro Cafe. Locals will tell you every restaurant is terrific. It just depends on what you feel like eating! And if you just want to “graze,” check out Saturday morning’s Farmers Market, on the Town Dock in the summer and in the Velvet Mill when the season turns colder.