Mystic, CT

Margaritas has called Mystic, CT home for the past 20 years, taking up residence in the former Chuck’s Steakhouse. Located in the historic downtown, just past the Bascule Drawbridge, Margaritas is close to all the local attractions and situated half way between New York and Boston off route I-95.

The Mystic Aquarium is perhaps the most popular destination in Mystic, known for its beluga whales that attract thousands of visitors each year. Next door is the Mystic Seaport, one of the premier maritime museums in the world, where visitors can take a step back in time, experiencing historic tall ships, a re-created 19th century coastal village and a working preservation shipyard. In addition, the Olde Mistic Village has shops, art galleries and year round entertainment. Some of the events held in town each year include the Taste of Mystic, Mystic Eats, the Mystic Outdoor Art Festival, the Mystic St. Patrick’s Day Parade and the Mystic Blues Festival.

And if you are looking for more to do there is always the popular Foxwoods Casino just a short drive from Margaritas in Mashantucket, CT.

With so much history, much of it preserved, it is no wonder Mystic has been the filming location for Hollywood films such as Mystic Pizza and Amistad.

So next time you’re in town stop on in. Margaritas in Mystic, CT is the perfect place to relax after a morning or afternoon touring the old ships or watching the beluga whales. Located in an old mill building, Margaritas spans two floors with the main dining room on the second floor and the bar, lounge and outside deck on the third. We have a vibrant atmosphere and a full Mexican inspired menu. We look forward to seeing in Mystic!