Starting From
See all Rates

Quality Inn

Selected Favorite

404 Bridge St., Groton, CT, US, 06340

  • Phone: (860) 445-8141
  • Fax: (860) 445-8141
Very Good!
3.9 out of 5 (144 reviews)
79% of guests recommend this hotel

Restaurants

»Olio

Contemporary, casual dining for the entire family. Choose from a spacious main dining room, relaxed separate bar, quiet back-room or charming out-door patio. The extensive menu includes everything from burgers, grilled pizzas and over-sized salads to specialty pastas, seafood and filet mignon.

33 Kings Highway
Groton, Connecticut 06340

»Applebee's Neighborhood Grill & Bar

Whether it is for lunch, dinner, after work, or late at night, they have the neighborhood favorites you have grown to love.

350 Long Hill Road
Groton, Connecticut 06340

»Mirch Masala Cuisine of India

Mirch Masala offers Indian cuisine with a lunch buffet, lunch boxes to go, and dinner.

156 Kings Highway
Groton, Connecticut 06340

»Good Times

Features an extensive buffet with a menu that includes steaks, chicken, and seafood.

355 Route 12
Groton, Connecticut 06340

»Galley Bar & Grill

The Galley Bar & Grill in New London is open early and closes late. What could be better? This little bar and restaurant serves breakfast, lunch and dinner seven days a week. Dive in to your favorite New England foods, like lobster and clam chowder as well as hearty cheeseburgers on Texas Toast.

4 State Street
New London, CT 06320

»Gold Star Pizza

Gold Star Pizza is not just another pizza parlor but a home away from home. They are not a franchised business, however, they do have low prices just like the big guys do.

520 Gold Star Highway
Groton, Connecticut 06340

»Muddy Waters Cafe

Located in the Historic Waterfront District of Downtown New London, the Muddy River Cafe is a favorite local hangout for that caffeine pick-me-up. If you're not looking for that cup of coffee, try one of the delicious salads, sandwiches, pastries or soups. One of the best features of this little coffeehouse is the waterfront view of the Thames on the cafe's lovely terrace. When it's cold outside, saddle up to the fireplace with a good book and a warm drink.

42 Bank Street
New London, CT 06320

»O'Neill's Brass Rail

O'Neill's Brass Rail is one of the only LGBTQ bars and cafes in New London County. It also serves food every day from noon to midnight and everything on the menu is less than USD8. O'Neill's gets big crowds on weekends, especially if there's a local DJ in-house, a karaoke night or a theme party. When the weather's pleasant, enjoy hanging out on the deck and watching the boats roll by. The club primarily caters gay men, and women are more than welcome.

53 Bank Street
New London, CT 06320

»Anastacia's Restaurant

Small and intimate, totally engaging Victorian atmosphere, enhanced by what Anna calls, "food that makes you feel good and is good for you." You might snack on delicious homemade desserts or enjoy quiche of the day, one of several salads or pita sandwiches and homemade potato salad. Soups daily. Fresh Iced Tea and lemonade, plus soft drinks, coffee and tea. Come early for a table on the deck overlooking the Waterfront Park and harbor.

64 Bank Street
New London, Connecticut 06320

»Brie & Bleu

If you're a connoisseur of cheese and love to sample new flavors, Brie & Bleu, located at the scenic waterfront of New London  is your poison. This prominent cheese market cum restaurant is home to a wide variety of cheese, spirits and charcuterie. Sit in a quaint corner of this exotic eatery and sample a delicious cheese platter as you sip on some white and take in the fabulous view. Go in for a goat cheese salad with crunchy vegetables followed by herbed roast meat. Complement it with a rich red wine and finish your meal with a mouthwatering chocolate cream dessert for a blissful experience. Put together an exotic cheese-platter for your soirée, or simply select a fine wine to go with some brie for an intimate picnic. You can rely on the knowledgeable and helpful staff to pick out the perfect cheese for any kind of event or cooking needs. Check website for more details.

84 Bank Street
New London, CT 06320

»Bulkeley House

If you never thought an 18th-century tavern could possibly have an awesome outdoor tiki bar, you thought wrong. The Bulkeley House in New London is a lovingly-resort Colonial home that serves drinks and food to delight all ages. Dive into seafood, steaks, sandwiches and pastas in this historic New England tavern.

111 Bank Street
New London, CT 06320

»Christopher's Café

Christopher's Café in Groton does it all. Come in for a meal, hang out at the pool table or put on your dancing shoes when it gets late. The restaurant men serves your traditional bar food: plenty of wings, burgers, wraps, sandwiches and big steaks. This joint boasts the hottest Ladies' Night, loudest karaoke competitions and killer live music on Fridays and Saturdays. No matter when you pop into Christopher's Café, you will find something to do and eat.

958 Poquonnock Road
Groton, CT 06340
Earn valuable points toward free nights.