Thursday, June 8, 2017

Stonington, CT.

Whenever we visit Mystic, we always make time to spend a few hours in Stonington.
5 minutes east of Mystic,
Stonington is a small slice of seashore heaven.

Stonington Harbor Light erected in 1823

On this trip we decided to have breakfast in Stonington.
We knew of a "hot spot"...a place we have passed in previous years
that was always packed with people.

Noah's Restaurant - boy was that a good choice! 


I ordered an omelet and it was very good.

But I was having a small "sweet" craving so I convinced the hubs to order one pancake,
in addition to his egg platter and I said we would share it.
Sharing - big mistake - 
This was the lightest, fluffiest pancake I have ever eaten, it was amazing.
I shoulda' ordered pancakes, next time.

This is a place where the locals hang and the decor is adorable.







The lighthouse was surrounded with Allium Gladiator...


and the view of the water was amazing!

22 comments:

  1. The harbour light caught my attention. What a classy building.

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  2. Lovely!

    The sea took my breath away!

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  3. Hello, The breakfast looks yummy. I love lighthouses, I could take a trip just going from lighthouse to lighthouse. The sailboat shot is lovely. Happy Thursday, enjoy your day!

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  4. I love local hangouts for breakfast! Great find!

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  5. I can always relie on you to show us lovely food, then I get hungry and am just about to step on a plane!

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  6. Love the stone lighthouse! Built to last for sure. Such a beautiful place, Debbie. I love the glimpses you give us of your part of the US.

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  7. Wow, what a perfect place. :-)))))

    And I love, love, love an old bar. Have a cocktail, before dinner.... :-)

    Except, it being CT, they *HAD* to have CNN on the tv. :-(((( Nope, no cocktails there, for me. >,-))))

    And again, how wise of you, to go there, before full tourist season. To enjoy everything, to the full.

    Luna Crone

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  8. Your photos are really good and interesting, but the food, that pancake, i'll have to go and make a snack now, LOL.
    Take care, Gordon.

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  9. Such peaceful photos. I love old stone buildings.

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  10. You love to make me hungry, don't you!

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  11. The food looks great, and the restaurant so cute! :)

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  12. So pretty and so delicious! You can cover all the bases, Debbie!

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  13. Another amazing place, and especially the dining room with all those paintings, they are wonderful to see too.

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  14. That omelette looks delicious!
    Great photo's again Debbie, beautiful colour Allium's and the sea is so sparkly blue.

    All the best Jan

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  15. Beautiful. Loving the PURPLE flowers for sure!

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  16. These views are just incredible!

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  17. An unusual lighthouse, almost looks like a church.

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  18. Incredible photos Debbie. This area is on our bucket list even more now after seeing these :)

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  19. A wonderful choice of where to have your breakfast. You can just tell it would have superb food from the way everything looks when you walk in!
    Hmmmmm, offering to share a sweet - and your dear hubs fell for that!! lol! You can obviously beguile (in a nice way) Debbie ;D)
    I see you found the purple allium... well done, it's lovely.

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  20. Usually the packed places are the best, those pancakes do look good :) I do like thick pancakes. The flowers are gorgeous and I love sitting and watching boats or people having fun in the water :)

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  21. The view of the water is amazing and you captured it well. Noah's Restaurant looks like a great one. I do find that where the locals go the food is usually very good. I haven't had pancakes for a while and now my mouth is watering. The Allium Gladiator is gorgeous and now I know it's name. I saw some other other day and wondered what they were. Blessings and hugs~

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