5 Restaurants You Need To Visit This Summer

Connecticut is home to dozens of amazing restaurants to eat at in the summer but below we’ll list 5 we think you should visit by the end of the summer! We hope you’re hungry!

The Blue Oar

16 Snyder Rd, Haddam, CT

The Blue Oar features various sandwich options as well as terrific dinner specials that change daily. The porch seating that sits on the banks of the CT River make this spot a must. The Blue Oar is BYOB and cash only (ATM on site).

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facebook.com/TheBlueOar


Oyster Club

13 Water St, Mystic, CT

Oyster Club features various seasonal specialties including Stonington sea scallops, pasture raised beef, local produce, artisanal cheeses and much more. On top of this, literally, Oyster Club has The Treehouse which offers one of the best dinning locations and menus on the CT coast.

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facebook.com/oysterclubct


Millwright’s Restaurant and Tavern

77 West St, Simsbury, CT

Built as a saw mill in 1680 Millwright’s offers award winning food in a historic setting. Careful, it’s easy to fall in love with this place.

facebook.com/MillwrightsRestaurant

facebook.com/MillwrightsRestaurant


Abbott’s Lobster in the Rough

117 Pearl St, Groton, CT

Founded in 1947, Abbott’s Lobster in the Rough serves 100,000+ visitors every year. Lobster not your thing? The menu is friendly for the whole family. Abbott’s is BYOB.

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facebook.com/AbbottsLobster


Artisan

1 Memorial Rd, West Hartford, CT

Located in West Hartford, Artisan combines the casual yet comfortable elegance of a country-chic setting with artful cuisine. The menu has a wide range of options that are sure to leave you happy and wanting to go back.

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facebook.com/artisanwesthartford

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