Captain Daniel Packer Inne
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In Mystic, "DPI" is an authentic restored colonial inn featuring several formal dining rooms and a downstairs pub. Popular for its great comfort food and colonial ambience, the pub downstairs also features a more casual menu and atmosphere. Acoustic musicians play in the pub a few nights a week and…
Fantastic menu - dining rooms on different floors in front of the fireplace - bar & dining below. It's haunted too!
We love this place! Its a great local spot! Ask to sit downstairs in the pub for a cozy fireside burger! Located in downtown Mystic
This old colonial inn houses an English Pub with a bustling bar area and refined upstairs dining room.
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“Incredible pastries, sandwiches, cookies, and sweet treats made fresh daily. Owner Adam Young, was the recent winner of Best Baker in America. ”
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“Since 1947 folks have gone to Abbotts in the borough of Noank for steamed local seafood, clam chowder and live lobsters. The menu has changed a little bit over the years to include shrimp cocktails and other tasty New England classics. Traditionally they have never fried anything and a basic menu for kids . The place next door is a sister restaurant which is an option in busy summer months called Costello's. Casual picnic table dining located on the Mystic River great for families.”
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“Not a great place for swimming. Nice place to picnic, or sit and read a book. (Non-Covid) There are live music summer concerts Thursday evenings.”
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“Mystic Museum of Art, a part of the Connecticut art scene for 100 years, is a place where culture, tradition, and the charm of small town New England converge. Founded in 1913 by a group of prominent artists rooted in the philosophy of the 19th century French landscape painters, Mystic Museum of Art today serves as an arts and culture center for southeastern Connecticut. Key figures in MMoA’s early history include Charles H. Davis, founder of the Mystic Art Colony, and Henry Ward Ranger, who founded the art colony at Old Lyme but later moved to Noank village, one town over from Mystic, and began exhibiting at Mystic Museum of Art. To support its mission as an educational, non-profit organization, open to all, Mystic Museum of Art maintains a historically significant gallery built in 1931 on Water Street, one block from downtown Mystic. Located on the west bank of the scenic Mystic River, the air conditioned gallery operates as an education center for the arts and is the only public green space in downtown Mystic on the Groton side of Mystic River. The museum houses four art galleries, state of the art studio space, classrooms, and an art reference library. The property includes access to the waterfront and an ample parking facility. In addition, the gallery, education center, parking lot, and terraces are fully accessible for disabled patrons”
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