I first went to the Griswold Inn when I was eight years old on a family cruise around Long Island Sound. That was 50 years ago, and I have to say it has not changed much. The interior is still a classic New England tavern, lots of small rooms that ramble through the ground floor and dark wood with nautical decor. outside was a small patio where we chose to sit, since it was a lovely summer's day. Pretty sure that the menu has been updated though, and we all enjoyed our fried clams, potato cakes and salads. New England is known for traditions, and we were not disappointed.
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