Housing Authority of the City of New London 78 Walden Ave, New London, CT06320 The Housing Authority of the City of New London administers Section 8 and low-rent housing at several places in the…More city. The organization manages more than 200 federal units and more than 500 state-subsidized units, and it is overseen by a board of directors appointed by the city.
Bulkeley House Restaurant and Pub 111 Bank St, New London, CT06320 Bulkeley House's location combines the traditional atmosphere of a 1790 New England sea captain's house with a…More casual outdoor deck and tiki bar. The restaurant serves Italian-influenced American food. It hosts private parties and events and sometimes features live music.
Eastern Connecticut Housing Opportunities 228 State St, New London, CT06320 Eastern Connecticut Housing Opportunities is a nonprofit developer. The organization applies state and federal funds…More toward building and renovating affordable housing.
Hempsted Houses 11 Hempstead Ct, New London, CT06320 Joshua Hempsted's gift to history was the diary he kept, recording almost 50 years of details about…More daily life in Connecticut in the 18th century. The Hempsted Houses also provide a glimpse into the past. The 1678 Joshua Hempsted House is a medieval, English-style frame dwelling; the 1759 Nathaniel Hempsted House (Nathaniel was Joshua's grandson) is constructed out of stone. The houses are maintained by Connecticut Landmarks, which conducts seasonal tours and educational programs on the times of the Hempsteds. There are walking tours of the neighborhood, as well as special programs for children and adults that focus on various aspects of Colonial life.
Washington Street Coffee House 13 Washington St, New London, CT06320 The Washington Street Coffee House serves up fresh coffee and espresso beverages and breakfast and lunch items daily.…More Choose from basic pastries, hot sandwiches or hearty noodle bowls, along with house-made pies and ice cream. Open early every day, it's a convenient stop for a before-work cup of coffee.
Carriage House of New London 488 Colman St, New London, CT06320 On the small side, but classy, with elegant cars and a remarkably friendly staff; these are the things that impress you…More when you first walk into the Carriage House showroom. Expect to be welcomed at the door with friendly smiles and no pressure. Carriage House of New London has been established in this location for 20 years, but will be moving within the year to 448 Colman St. Owner Jeff Aiosa may be contacted through firstname.lastname@example.org
China House 1 Ocean Ave, New London, CT06320 China House restaurant is conveniently located on Ocean Avenue near the intersection of Bank Street. Owner Mike Chan has…More continuously operated the restaurant since the opening in 1986. A wide range of Chinese dishes are on the menu including 17 house specialties and a weight watchers selection. Delivery is a available with a minimum charge.
Londonberry Garden Apartments 220 3rd Ave, New London, CT06320 Londonberry Garden Apartments is owned by Vesta Corp, which specializes in the development and management…More of affordable housing. These one-, two- and three-bedroom rentals are located off of Route 85. The white-and-brick houses have small lawns and walkways. Some apartments are handicapped accessible.
Passion Coffee House and Restaurant 43 Bank St, New London, CT06320 Open for breakfast, lunch and dinners, Passion Coffee House and Restaurant offers an extensive selection of pastries and…More Columbian and Mexican cuisine. This eatery also specializes in a variety of freshly brewed coffees. Take-out options are available.
The Hot Dog House 111 Montauk Ave, New London, CT06320 The Hot Dog House is a family owned restaurant that has been open for seven years. It features home cooked food in a…More comfortable atmosphere. Outdoor seating is also available.
New London Maritime Society - Custom House Maritime Museum 150 Bank St, New London, CT06320 With customs agents still staffing an office here, the New London Maritime Society Custom House Maritime Museum is the…More oldest continuously operating customs house in the country. The building was designed in 1833 by Robert Mills, the architect of the Washington Monument, and was the first federal building to host deliberations over the fate of the rebelling slaves of the ship Amistad six years later. Members of the nonprofit members maintain a museum showcasing New London's maritime history and are also stewards of the New London Harbor Light.