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About Latitude 41
Located in a newly renovated 19th century landmark on the shores of the Mystic River, our welcoming ambiance captures a fresh essence of the maritime experience. Natural hues surround a unique combination of historical and contemporary elements including extraordinary photographs from the Rosenfeld Collection. Choose to dine in one of our main dining rooms, gather with family or friends for casual fare in our classic tavern, warm yourself near one of our fireplaces or enjoy cool river breezes as you dine al fresco; we offer something for every taste.
Serving new American cuisine, using the highest quality ingredients; we practice a no boundaries approach to flavors and techniques. We support our local farmers and pride ourselves with a philosophy based on consistency, creativity, innovation and inspiration. Latitude 41 is truly a destination dining experience.
Mystic, CT 06355
Contemporary American, International, American
Hours of Operation:
Thursday 11:30 am- 9:00 pm
Friday & Saturday 11:30 am -10:00 pm
Sunday 11:00 am -4:00 pm
Closed Monday,Tuesday & Wednesday
$30 and under
AMEX, Discover, MasterCard, Visa
We offer catering throughout the grounds of Mystic Seaport including the Boat Shed and the USS Sabino,
Parking is available in the Mystic Seaport North Entrance Parking Lot.
D. Andrew Fine
Private Party Facilities:
The 19th-century charm of the Morgan Suites makes a perfect spot for cozy receptions or relaxed
business meetings. The Morgan East can accommodate up to 50 guests and the Morgan West can
accommodate up to 25 guests.
For a New England style venue with unsurpassed views of the Mystic River, the River Room
is a perfect spot. With a Terrace Patio for cocktails, the River Room provides the perfect
blend of both an indoor and outdoor venue for up to 250 guests.
Private Party Contact:
Alyson Devaney or Amy Stroope: (860) 572-5305
Banquet, Bar Dining, Bar/Lounge, Beer, BYO Wine, Corkage Fee, Entertainment, Fireplace, Full Bar, Gluten-free Menu, Happy Hour, Non-Smoking, Outdoor dining, Private Room, View, Wheelchair Access, Wine
Latitude 41 Ratings and Reviews
Despite making a reservation one full week in advance we were not seated in the main dining room, but a room across from it, which was not as nice. In fact we were seated next to the emergency exit . The room was adjacent to the bar which was very loud that evening with a singer and a loud crowd. After placing our order we did not see our waitress again until at least 10 minutes after our food was brought to our table. By then we desperately needed more water, vinegar for our fries and a steak knife, as the pork belly could not be cut with an ordinary knife. A wedding was going on as well, which probably contributed to the long wait we had before our food arrived. Overall, this restaurant was a big disappointment!
Everyone and everything was on point. We were there to celebrate a birthday and I picked this place out sight unseen, but what a perfect choice! I would highly recommend Latitude 41 to anyone looking for any sort of dining option—be it lunch or dinner—in Mystic.
My husband and I went for dinner on a Saturday night. Part of the reason we choose this restaurant was because they were participating in the local restaurant week and that gave us a chance to try what was a new place for us, at a lower price. I'm so glad we picked Latitude 41, the food was wonderful and the service was great. We will certainly return the next time we have a special occasion to celebrate and want some delicious food in a relaxing atmosphere.
Came in with my girlfriend and daughter. Staff was very friendly and welcoming. The portion sizes were very generous and food was great. Server was very nice and gave spot on recommendations. If we get out to mystic again this will be our first spot. Thanks for an enjoyable evening!
My husband got a new job so we went there with his parents for dinner to celebrate . Food was really good as well as the service. The waitress came by a few time to check on us but did not hover which we really like it didn’t make us feel like we were being rushed. Tuesday our waitress was amazing explaining the menu options to us
Went to Latitudes to celebrate Adult son's birthday and was delighted to discover online that it was Mystic CT Restaurant week. Of all the participating restaurants Latitudes had the best menu options for total party. All entrees were delicious. Service was fabulous & the chocolate Lava cake with vanilla ice cream was over the top! Coffee was very good also (not weak).
We were graciously welcomed by the hostess and were seated at a lovely table. The service was excellent, however our food was not up to par. The calamari was rubbery, greasy and overcooked and my husband's swordfish was dry and tasteless. When brought to the attention of the waitress, she did not get defensive and she offered us another meal. She alerted the manager who came over and apologized. We were not charged for either meal, only our appetizers (clam chowder and a wedge salad - both of which were wonderful) and our cocktails. We found that more than fair. Perhaps the chef was just having a bad night and/or the large party in an adjacent room could have made a difference.
Very quiet off-season evening with dining room mostly to ourselves. Food was the highlight — split a Caesar salad, two small plates of lobster/asparagus crepe and short ribs, and main plate of seafood bouillabaisse. Red Newt Riesling was crisp and chilled. Wonderful way to celebrate our anniversary.
Three of us were visiting Mystic Seaport and had lunch at Latitude 41. We all enjoyed our food — salmon tacos, the Latitude Burger and crab cakes. Everything was very good, the portions generous but not overwhelming. The menu was great - hard to make a choice!
Food was ok. Service a little rough. We had drinks before at the bar. It was very busy and the bartender could barely take our order. When we seated in the restaurant our waitress was very nice, but barely around. I had a hot lobster roll which was loaded with lobster. Spouse had a NY Strip steak, just so so.
Not an excellent experience but not bad.
What a beautiful setting, and very good food to match with it. The grounds overlook the river, and the tall ships at the adjacent harbor. We couldn't really take the entire thing in due to a wedding reception going on while we were there but besides the great view, we played some corn hole while we waited and the night got more exciting as the wedding party ended up needing an ambulance about 20 minutes into the inside festivities. We had little problem getting vegan food, as long as you like pasta. Service was mediocre, but the setting and food made up for it.
We were excited to try this restaurant. The building itself is beautiful. There was a large party across the hall from the dining room. They were extremely loud. We asked if they could close the French doors and the waiter said the party would have to pay $250 to do that. It was hard to have conversation in the main dining room. I ordered prime rib medium/rare it came out well done. We ordered creme brûlée and that came out burnt. The server we had felt bad. They took my meal off and didn't charge us for the dessert. Wish I could recommend this place but without major changes in the kitchen it would be difficult to do so.
The soup, salad and entree were all huge. Each one would have been enough for a meal and we were already full by the time the entree arrived so having dessert wasn't even considered. One of the entrees was so large that 3 people could have shared it except that the meat was salty and dry. The manager (a very nice man) came to our table to ask why so much of it was returned to the kitchen. Considering that this is a tourist destination it doesn't seem reasonable to expect diners to take a box back to the hotel; especially over half a pork loin. The chef should have served just enough soup and salad to enjoy as the appetizer not the size of large dinner plate or bowl. This is a fine dining restaurant not a fast food chain where you expect ridiculous amounts of food. The hostess, waitress, and manager were all very nice; the atmosphere quiet and lovely. If the chef was more considerate of the clientele it would have been a lovely anniversary dinner; unfortunately we left unhappy.
We had a good meal at Latitude 41 and sat in the dining room just to the right when entering the restaurant from the street. It was a cool night and the a/c was initially making me uncomfortably cold. The dining room doesn't have much in the way of ambiance, which was a bit disappointing. That said, the food and service were both very good.
This restaurant is at the Mystic Seaport and it provides good food in a popular (touristy) area. We are from Connecticut and don't go to Mystic all that often because of the traffic, crowds and limited free parking. This restaurant has free parking and it is a little way from Main St, which makes the traffic bearable. Although I would have preferred the dining room, my husband chose the tavern and I might have enjoyed the experience more in the dining room. We sat away from the bar near a window and throughout our dinner, a band was setting up less than one foot from our table. They were really in our space. We probably should have asked to move, but the members of the band arrived one at a time and our space was invaded more and more as the meal went on. The waitstaff was clearly "friends" with the band members and they were more interested in their comfort than ours. After my salad, which was a wonderful mixture of greens, goat cheese, and other items, I left my messy fork and knife on the plate and the busser picked them up and put them on the table outside of the placemat, for me to use with my main course. Although I should have been more pleasant. I told her that I thought that was disgusting and asked if I could have fresh tableware. She did oblige, but I don't think this represents the best of training and again, making sure that the meal is pleasant for diners.
The food was good. The flavors were unique and well-blended. I really liked the taste of the asparagus/lobster crepes and ricotta stuffed meatballs. The crepes, however, were warm and I think the sauce should have been heated more. I didn't want the staff to microwave the dish and ruin the nice consistency of the crepes. so I ate them the way they were served. My husband enjoyed his bouillabaisse and thought it was excellent.
went to mystic stroll downtown as well as taking a steamboat cruise out of the seaport......dined here...nice evening so we dined outside great menu and very good service....restaurant receives great reviews and i agree....great place to dine when in myastic area....right at end of the seaport (outside)
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