Hamilton Street Market 639 Broad St, New London, CT06320 Hamilton Street Market offers a variety of grinders, sandwiches, specialty wraps, grilled platters and salads as well as…More hot flavored coffees and cold soft drinks, all at reasonable prices. This family-run business also prepares party platters that include cold cuts and other items off the menu. Co-owner Tom Ivory, who operates the business with his wife, Wendy, wants customers to know that "size does matter. We have the biggest grinders around. Come in and get to know us and be part of our family." You can have your food to go or eat in—the family-friendly eatery has seating for 12.
Blackhall Convenience Market 57 Blackhall St, New London, CT06320 This small, colorful storefront in a residential neighborhood on Blackhall Street sells standard convenience store fare.…More In addition to the usual packaged snacks, cold drinks and coffee, it also serves a small selection of fruits and vegetables.
Dunkin' Donuts 175 Broad St, New London, CT06320 This Dunkin' Donuts sells seasonal specialties like pumpkin muffins and hot or cold apple cider. Cathy, the manager, has…More been here since 1990. Come in and grab something yummy, like coffees, other beverages, sandwiches and baked goods.
Illiano's Trattoria 929 Bank St, New London, CT06320 Illiano's Trattoria serves gourmet pizza, salads, appetizers, burgers, hot and cold grinders, pasta and soups. It also…More offers gluten-free pizza and beer. Buy four pizzas and get one free.
Rodriguez Grocery 34 Truman St, New London, CT06320 Rodriguez Grocery (yes, the awning says Diaz) sells mostly dry and canned foods. It also has cold drinks (including…More beer), cigarettes and household cleaning items. It carries necessities like diapers, sugar and flour in addition to snack foods such as crackers, cereals and bulk candy. There is a large selection of Goya products.
Honey Bee Farms 615 Broad St, New London, CT06320 Honey Bee Farms offers a wide range of convenient food, snacks and personal items. A variety of carbonated and…More non-carbonated beverages are kept chilled. Lottery tickets, cigarettes and cold beer are also available.
Quick Stop Mini Mart 61 Walden Ave, New London, CT06320 Inside this storefront, you'll find the expected packaged snacks, candy bars and cold drinks. But Quick Stop…More Mini Mart also stocks a variety of groceries, as well as drugstore items such as paper goods, toiletries and household cleansers. In addition, it offers money orders and lottery tickets.
Panda Buffet 351 N Frontage Rd, New London, CT06320 This restaurant offers a buffet-style family dining experience with more than 100 hot and cold offerings, including…More dessert. Beer, wine and soft drinks are available. Panda Buffet can seat 200 people, and it features a warm, softly lit atmosphere.
Mr. G's Restaurant 452 Williams St, New London, CT06320 At Mr. G's on Williams Street you can't go wrong with any menu choice. A full lineup of soups, sandwiches, grinders and…More pizza of all different varieties are available. Cold beer on tap and a children's menu for the wee ones is a plus. Six TVs dot the eatery so you can dine and watch, making it a full family experience. Available for the hearty eaters is steak and seafood as well as pasta dishes and stacked burger platters. At the pub area diners can enjoy beer, wine and other liquors.
The Neon Chicken 88 Howard St, New London, CT06320 The Neon Chicken has been spit-roasting chicken in New London for more than 21 years. The menu stretches beyond chicken…More to meatloaf, ribs and pot roast, roast loin of pork and turkey. Diners can also choose from 14 hot side dishes, several cold sides and salads, chips and dessert. Everything is made fresh on site; the staff even peels the carrots and bakes the bread. Neon Chicken serves plates and sandwiches and offers packages to go that serve from two to six people.
The Fort Trumball Visitor Center is located in the State Park. It features multimedia theaters, computer touch…More screen interactive exhibits, 3-D models and extensive graphics and text panels. The center highlights military history, ranging from the Revolutionary War to the Cold War.
Hacer un día de que en el Fuerte Trumball State Park y el Centro de Visitantes .
As the third defensive structure to occupy this New London site, Fort Trumbull's present stone fortress was built…More between 1839 and 1852. The first fort was attacked by British forces, led by Benedict Arnold, in 1781, ultimately causing the defenders to evacuate as New London was burned.
After serving as the site for Civil War training, the first Coast Guard academy, and a Cold War military research institute, the fort was transferred to the state of Connecticut and opened as its newest state park in 2000.
Guided summer tours include the fort and an exhibit hall, but visitors may explore the grounds and use a fishing pier throughout the year.