Join us today in Stonington, CT!
Noah’s Restaurant: Noah’s is the perfect place to get a cozy and delicious meal in the heart of Stonington, CT. They are a “small 75 seat casual fine dining restaurant” who love to cook from scratch with the best ingredients from the freshest and most local origins. They like to think of themselves as “just around the corner” from all locals in the neighborhood, and truthfully, they are. And if not, they are “worth a detour”. Offering breakfast, brunch, lunch, and dinner, their menu is scrumptious. Some options include Korean green onion pancakes, creamy or clear clam chowder, classic wedge, strawberry and cucumber salad, Mexican spice grilled salmon, house made fettuccine, Asian noodle bowl, “big messy Dan burger”, and so much more, You will love it here!
Milagro Café: Opened in 2008, Milagro strives to bring “authentic Mexican cuisine to the village and people of Stonington, CT and the surrounding areas”. And who doesn’t love a good Mexican fix? Owner Martin Zavala (co-owner with Genine Zavala) is originally from Mexico City and is, therefore, an expert in authentic Mexican food. Their recipes are handed down from “generation to generation” and are always tasty time and time again. On the menu, you can choose from tortas, tacos, sopa, ensaladas, ceviche, guacamole, enchiladas, chilies rellenos, and much more. If you’re a Mexican fanatic, you’ve found your new favorite!
Indigo Bleu: Now for some shopping, obviously. Specializing in “women’s apparel from New York and fashion districts around the world, plus accessories, hand-crafted jewelry and artwork from local artists”, Indigo Bleu is absolutely a destination when it comes to shopping. Many of their products are made from recycled materials and often from local artisans made in the U.S.A., and everything is carefully hand-selected with care and, even sometimes, with a story behind it. Their online site gives a sneak peak of what is available in the Stonington location, and it boasts of gorgeous dresses, tops, bottoms like skirts and pants, accessories including jewelry, bags, scarves, hats, and belts, and outerwear. Be sure to check them out and grab yourself a souvenir!
Macondo: For a quick caffeine boost, Macondo is our last stop on the Stonington, CT tour. In their own words, “Fortunately, Macondo isn’t a place, but a state of mind that allows people to see what they want to see and to see it as they see fit”. What more could you want? Macondo uses their coffee from Colombian Devoción, which they describe as “the finest and freshest coffee, pure and simple”. On the menu are espresso drinks, hot drinks, cold drinks, juices, and smoothies for you to enjoy, and you will be sure to leave here feeling replenished, energized, and definitely caffeinated. Enjoy!