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Calling all Mystic lovers!!

My wife and I will be spending a long weekend in Mystic from 11/3-11/6 and it will be our 1st time there. We will be staying in New London (Radisson) and will have the better part of 3 days to see, do and eat till our hearts content.

We will be hitting the aquarium, seaport, casinos and am considering the Pequot or submarine museums to satisfy our sight-seeing urges. What hasn't been fully decided upon is the eating portion. We will be eating at Big Bubba's BBQ (dinner) at Mohegan Sun (chef used to work at Virgil's in NYC....FABULOUS!!) and will certinaly hit Mystic Pizza (lunch) and intend to hit Kitchen Little (breakfast) and Seamens Inne (dinner). Are there any other restaurants (preferrably seafood) that anyone can recommend? I know that Abbot's is already closed for the season but there has to be some place nearby that serves up a damn good lobster.


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