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Westerly's Amigos is an excellent culinary destination

Here in our part of the world, the closest Mexican cities are Reynosa and Matamoros, which are just south of McAllen and Brownsville, Texas, respectively. If, then, you wish to properly observe El Dia de los Muertos — The Day of the Dead, formally celebrated each Nov.

Eating at Sneekers is a tasty pleasure

Everything we ordered was delicious, arrived piping hot, flavorful, and in a hefty portion.

A handy round-up of recent reviews by our Day food writers

Here are some highlights from recent Night & Day restaurant reviews. The Fisherman at Long Point 937 Groton Long Point Road, Groton (860) 536-1111, thefishermanrestaurant Now that the days are long...

Old Lyme eatery is a haven for the Hangry

I'll confess, I was nervous as I tiptoed into the Hangry Goose in Old Lyme for what was my second indoor-eating expedition since last March. With the COVID-19 rules (appropriately) still in flux, I wondered: are masks still required? Should I tell everyone I'm happily vaccinated? Does one mask...

Craft brews, bar food and ambience delight at the Draft Choice

A few years ago, a committee from the MIT's Sloan School of Management in partnership with the Culinary Institute of America presented a weekend retreat called "How to Dazzle 'Em in the Tricky Restaurant Business." At the Welcoming Pig Roast and Happy Hour, hosted by the official...

Food with a view: Dining at the reopened Fisherman at Long Point in Groton

Our mistake dining at The Fisherman at Long Point was going on a rainy day.  There was no way we could enjoy that big, two-level patio overlooking Palmer Cove with the rain pouring down, but we did appreciate the view from our window-side seat indoors and imagined a return for an...

Dining review: New London's Cinnamon Grill offers expansive tour of Asian cuisine

At last! We as a society begin to emerge from both rounds of COVID vaccinations and are taking cautious steps into a grave — er, I meant to say "brave" — new world. This means, with sensible precaution, it's possible to again go into a restaurant and sit down and...


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On the waterfront: Accessible walks abound along the region’s shore

Home-buyers, hotel guests and restaurant patrons pay a premium for water views, but the charge is always the same for hikers: free.

For veteran bicyclist Kevin Burke, safety is a two-way street

As a member of Bike Stonington, a community organization that promotes bike access, bike safety and bike awareness, Kevin has made it his mission to keep fellow riders safe.

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