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Rico Chow delivers a winning Hispanic Asian fusion restaurant to Hodges Square

Rico Chow, the recently opened Hispanic Asian fusion restaurant in New London's Hodges Square, brings a delightful and visionary mix of flavors.

At Bomb Burritos & Bowls, the food is fresh and flavorful

It’s a simple science at this eatery, kind of like dining at a Subway. Use the overhead menu board for guidance, look at the options through the glass-windowed display case, and answer the prompts from the helpful staff behind the counter.

The Day's food writers revisit recent restaurant experiences

Capsule summaries of recent reviews of Taquerio, Mystic Royal, Hadlyme Country Market

Enjoy great food with a side of history at Hadlyme Country Market

Now open 116 years, Hadlyme Country Market's take on takeout dining options is delicious and thoroughly modern.

Mystic's Taquerio brings a fresh take to Mexican street food

Taquerio is a welcome addition to the hearty Mystic dining scene with its casual but creative approach to Mexican street tacos.

Mystic Royal is worth your time and patience

She explained that they have struggled to hire help and added that every single dish is made to order.

Looking back at recent reviews from our dining critics

Visits to Marker 37, Muddy Waters, and Marker 37, Muddy Waters, and Vetrano’s Ristorante & Pizzeria

You don’t need a boat to enjoy Marker 37

The well-curated menu offers plenty for most palates and the desserts and house cocktails make for a great date night.

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Stalking the wild mushroom

Early fall is prime time for hunting mushrooms, and this year’s crop has been especially bountiful, thanks to abundant rainfall and warm temperatures.

A merry chase through local history

This adventure started when I was researching William Lay, a Saybrook man who was on the whaler Globe during a mutiny and was subsequently trapped on an isolated Pacific island.