while I was in Connecticut with my siblings this weekend, we drove out to the lovely little town of Stonington to have brunch with my cousin. she goes to URI and we haven't seen her in ages, and this scenic seaside community was the perfect halfway point for us to meet up.
since it is the off-season, most of the adorable little shops and seafood restaurants weren't open, but we found Noah's Restaurant and were pleasantly surprised. the menu was simple but had treats like Challah french toast (my meal, which was fluffy & so good) and Portuguese baked eggs. the home-fries were sensational & my brother's blueberry pancakes would've satisfied a lumberjack. they kept the coffee flowing and let us sit for an hour after we finished our feast.
I love little New England towns like these. they're so rustic & full of locals doing what they've been doing for years & years. it almost seems sad that it gets overrun by tourists once the weather gets nicer, but that's just the way it is.
113 Water Street Stonington, CT 06378 (860) 535-3925