We talk about the outdoor patios of Mystic, how beautiful they are and how nice it is to sit outside and enjoy a meal. Well I have done it once or twice in the 2 1/2 years I have been in Mystic. This year will be different. Check back for more photos!
The Engine Room another downtown Mystic restaurant has these fabulous umbrellas and some trees for shade. Got a little carried away with the shadow shots.
S&P Oyster Bar in early spring before the patio umbrellas went up. Mystic Harbor Tours tied at the dock.
We pass by the S&P Oyster Restaurant and Bar almost every day on our way to the workshops. It is across the street from our 2 Holmes St. shop. Their patio is so inviting with lots of river views.
Their plantings are incredible with a large variety of annuals and perennials.
You are surrounded by flowers and stonewalls on one side and the Mystic River on the other. Right next to the Mystic bascule bridge, you can watch it raise and lower as the boats wait to pass through.
Anthony J's across from S&P Oyster, cute outdoor patio!
The Treehouse is the outdoor patio area of the Oyster Club, a farm to table style restaurant specializing in oysters of course.
I can't wait to get up there and enjoy the view...food too.
One of the river views from the Treehouse.
Red 36 sits right on the river a little north of the swing train bridge. Wonderful views up and down the river.
On your way out towards Olde Mystick Village is Twisters known for ice cream and right next door the Sea View Snack Bar
Mystic Diner and Restaurant located across from Olde Mystick Village.
Near downtown, and a gas station at one time, the newly renovated Taquerio serves hot tacos and Margaritas.