Mystic Restaurant Week Inspires Local Dining

November is typically a big month for shopping before the holidays arrive, but it’s also a great time to support those at the heart of our communities – small businesses. The need to support local has been amplified over the course of the last two years. Now, we are all coming back strong. It’s time to support those who put so much effort into making Mystic a highly sought-after destination with their culinary art!

During a tumultuous time, we’ve missed the connection of meeting customers who’ve walked through our restaurant doors to gather with loved ones and celebrate occasions or simply catch up with one another. This year, Mystic Restaurant Week is bringing that tradition back (while still maintaining safety procedures for reconnection).

We have two months left of the year and our community is making sure they don’t go to waste. Before the busy and bustling holiday season, take time to enjoy gourmet delights within our community. Mystic Restaurant Week kicks off November 1st through the 7th. Our on-site restaurant, The Shipwright’s Daughter, is participating and featuring our mouth-watering Big-Girl Burger: Thick Tomato, Dijonaise, Chopped Bacon, and Crispy Onions.

Mystic Restaurant Week participating boy holding up featured Big Girl Burger
Photo credit: @kristynewengland

You don’t want to miss out. Celebrating this event is a no-brainer. Give back to the community, enjoy a delicious meal, skip the cooking and cleaning for the night, AND have the chance to win fabulous prizes! Take a look below for more info from the chamber on how to participate.

Mystic Restaurant Week Details from the Greater Mystic Chamber of Commerce

Each time you eat at a participating restaurant during “Mystic Restaurant Week & Dine Out in Downtown 2021”.  You can enter (touchless with a simple text from your cell phone) to win unbelievable prizes donated by Chamber Members. “Text to Win” details will be posted in the restaurant.

There are participating restaurants in Stonington, Groton, City of Groton, Mystic, Pawcatuck, and Westerly. Let’s make sure our local restaurants know you care, and when you eat out. Post about it socially using #MCEat. Learn more about our booming foodie scene.