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What To Do in Old Saybrook | Lodging, Dining & Attractions

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What To Do in Old Saybrook | Lodging, Dining & Attractions
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Penny Lane Pub
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Penny Lane Pub

WHERE TO EAT IN OLD SAYBROOK, CONNECTICUT

Penny Lane Pub
English-style fare with light options (pear salad and gorgonzola!) and a neighborhood atmosphere. 860-388-9646; pennylanepub.net

Liv’s Oyster Bar
Stylish seafood and heirloom veggies in a renovated movie theater. Seasonal menus, local produce. 860-395-5577; livsoysterbar.com

Paperback Café
Popular spot for casual breakfast or lunch, coffee or tea break. 860-388-9718

Saybrook Fish House
On the water, serving the freshest seafood caught along the New England coast. 860-721-9188; saybrookfishhouserestaurants.com

WHERE TO STAY IN OLD SAYBROOK, CONNECTICUT

Deacon Timothy Pratt B&B
Romantic rooms in a classic Colonial. 860-395-1229; pratthouse.net

Saybrook Point Inn & Spa
Old-time elegance where the river meets the Sound. 800-243-0212; saybrook.com

WHAT TO DO IN OLD SAYBROOK, CONNECTICUT

Fort Saybrook Monument Park
At Saybrook Point, 18 acres with boardwalks and trails. 860-395-3152; oldsaybrook.com

Katharine Hepburn Cultural Center
“The Kate”: plays, concerts, exhibits. 860-510-0473; katharinehepburntheater.org

Old Saybrook Walking Tour
Self-guided past 37 historic homes; also Old Saybrook Loop Ride, a 10-mile bike circle. 860-388-3266; oldsaybrookchamber.com

Tissa’s Le Souk du Maroc
Moroccan marketplace and gourmet cafe. 860-395-1781; tissasmarketandcafe.com

Please Note: This information was accurate at the time of publication. When planning a trip, please confirm details by directly contacting any company or establishment you intend to visit.

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Updated Wednesday, February 22nd, 2012

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