Best Pizza restaurants nearby. Discover the best Pizza food in Ledyard. View Menus, Photos and Reviews for Pizza restaurants near you.. Ledyard /ˈlɛdʒərd/ is a town in New London County, Connecticut, United States, located along the Thames River. The town is named after Colonel William Ledyard, a Revolutionary War soldier who was killed at the Battle of Groton Heights. The population was 15,051 at the 2010 census. The Foxwoods Resort Casino, owned and operated by the Mashantucket Pequot Tribe, is located in the northeastern section of Ledyard, on land owned by the tribe. Ledyard's zip code is 06339. Within the southwestern area of Ledyard is the district known as Gales Ferry, which has the postal code 06335.
Things to do in Ledyard
4 based on 258 reviews
Lots of people flock to Mystic Pizza because of the movie but the best pizza in Mystic is at Pizzetta. Love their thin crust and outdoor dining patio. I have eaten there many times and have never been disappointed. My favorite is their meat lovers pizza. Itâs a carnivoreâs delight.
4 based on 2237 reviews
Mystic Pizza was one of our stops on the recent New England road trip I took with my wife and 1-year old sonIâve never seen the movie, but I love pizza, so when my wife put it on our âMust Seeâ list, I was down. We were just driving though Mystic and not staying there, so finding a parking spot was a huge pain in the ass. We ended up in a residential area and had to walk a bit to the restaurant. The place was pretty busy but the friendly hostess still accommodated us and set us up with a high chair at a booth. The service was just as good. I had the chicken gorgonzola pizza, wings, and some local craft beer. My wife had the Mediterranean pizza. For my son, we ordered what may be the best looking kids grilled cheese sandwich Iâve ever seen. Everything was delicious!The restaurant in general was very cozy and full of nostalgia. I wish we had more time to spend in Mystic (which looked like such a cool little town) so that I could come back for seconds!
4 based on 22 reviews
Golden Pizza is a great restaurant serving Greek and Italian cuisine. The restauranthas fourteen to twenty booths and tables to seat any party. My favorite entree is their House Special Pizza which has a variety of meats and vegetables. We've had it at the restaurant as well as take home. My vote is eating at the restaurant because the pizza is served right out of the oven and is tasty to my palette. The staff is courteous and friendly . They make you feel like you're their only customer and they are willing to go the extra mile to make your dining experience one you will remember!
4 based on 390 reviews
still to date the best pizza.....I actually like it better than wood fired....service always great....food always the same level of "tastiness"...good atmosphere....handy....our stays are usually 2 to 3 days.....we always eat there 2 to 3 times.....and of course bring a cooler with zip lock bags for leftovers....wish I was there right now.....
4 based on 53 reviews
Stephanie Nicholson opened and established the local award winning favorite Fireside Brick Oven Creations in November, 2010. Dine in the elegant, open space restaurant, sit on the patio during the summer, carry out and delivery are all available from Fire
There were six in our group, all with a different selection. All the food hit the table at the same time and quality and taste were excellent. The owner seemed to know the names of most of the clientele and greeted customers in a friendly manner. Thanks! We are pleased you and your party enjoyed everything! You will need to introduce yourself next time you are in so I will know your names too!
4 based on 378 reviews
Old World, Wood-Fired Pizzas, Salads, Sandwiches & a huge selection of the finest craft beers!
Our waiter was absolutely phenomenal. 6 stars for service. He was so so so helpful! The bootlagger pizza was delicious. The pepperoni has a kick to it and is soooo delicious. The mozzarella pie was made with fresh mozzarella. The nachos were not the best but the pizza was good enough to overlook that. I got large pizzas so I could bring some home. Great as leftovers. We made the odd request of deconstructing omas meatball sub to have the meatballs on the side and pizza bread instead of a roll for my babies. The meatballs were killer and fresh. Minus the nachos being lackluster everything else was beyond perfection!
4 based on 72 reviews
High Rollers Luxury Lanes and Lounge features a full dining and drink menu along with exciting Laneside Packages which combine food, drink & bowling! Executive Chef Kevin Scott's dining menu includes a vast selection of eclectic, easy-to-share dishes. The
We recently were at Foxwoods and decided to go to High Rollers to bowl and eat lunch. The facility was very clean and everything is very well maintained. The service was excellent. Everyone was very helpful and polite. The food was pretty good, and the pricing was fair. The bowling is great since they offer bumpers for the kids, as well as a ball ramp to help little kids roll the ball down the lane. We had a great time and will definitely be back.
Have gotten takeout from this place once or twice a month with a group. This review is based totally on takeout. I've never eaten in the restaurant. I've only ordered grinders. The BLT grinder either comes with not very well cooked bacon, tomatoes that are not ripe yet, or missing mayo on the side. There is always a problem. Hard to rectify when it is dropped off. They do OK with a cheeseburger grinder, but they sometimes forget the mayo on the side, and often the tomatoes are not great. So if you are looking for take out, may not be the best place.
4 based on 218 reviews
Food was expensive but very good. The staff we encountered seemed distracted and miserable and the environment was cold, with seemingly little effort expended on making it warm or inviting. As another reviewer mentioned, we also felt rushed. Despite this, I would most likely return here.
4 based on 83 reviews
Hubby and I were in town for a concert at Mohegan Sun and needed a good, non-extortionate place for dinner. Valentino's in Ledyard filled the bill. They are a pizza place up front but a full service Italian restaurant in back. Portions are huge, and luckily we brought the cooler with an ice pack to bring the remainder home. Everything comes with a salad to start, and it's a good salad with mixed greens and assorted olives. Hubby had the zuppa de pesce, totally delicious in a yummy red sauce, all the shellfish perfectly fresh. I had Veal Casa Blanca which I wasn't crazy about, but it was my mistake in ordering since the brandy cream sauce made the pasta thick and gummy. An otherwise delicious dish, it had three big pieces of sauteed veal and three giant shrimp on pasta. For dessert we split a cannoli which was very good as well. We didn't order drinks this trip but have in the past. There's an adequate wine list. My recommendation is not to get anything in a white sauce, go with red, and you will have a happy experience.
ThingsTodoPost © 2018 All rights reserved.