For the longest time, I'd been saying the one thing the Westerly food scene still needs is an Indian restaurant.
Olive Oyl’s has moved to a much bigger new location at the top of Main Street, in a space formerly occupied by the Village Provision Company, which closed in 2016.
The Day's dining critics are gazing back on what they reviewed this past year and detailing some notable dishes and experiences.
What it offers: convenience, comfort and quality.
When it comes to pizza establishments, Westerly is getting to be a pretty competitive town.
If you can get past visuals that a butcher shop named Grass & Bone conjures, you should make a mental note to check out the butcher shop and eatery on East Main Street in Mystic.
Old Lyme Inn 85 Lyme St., Old Lyme (860) 434-2600; oldlymeinn.com There's something extra cozy about eating a meal at an inn. You know that, tucked elsewhere in the building, folks are relaxing, chatting, maybe toasting a vacation, and that getaway vibe infuses the whole...
With the addition of executive chef/pitmaster Pete Daversa, the reliable and large menu at Charlie's Place in Niantic got even bigger. And head's up: it includes some great barbecue.