The owner of the Mystic Pizza restaurant made famous in a 1988 film has been sentenced to one year in prison for tax evasion and concealing hundreds of thousands of dollars in income.
Try one of the following parks, activities, festivals,or towns when scheduling your end of the summer bucket list, and end your kids’ summer on a high note.
Top selling movies have chosen locations in Connecticut to film some or all of their scenes. It can be exciting to find Connecticut towns and landmarks in the film, but it can be even more exciting to visit those sites.
Although they sit less than an hour from Hartford, New London and Groton, especially the village of Mystic, seem like an entirely different world. From historic battlefields to waterparks, this area offers everything a traveler hopes for in a weekend adventure.
The U.S. Treasury Department has seized more than $60,000 from a bank account of the owners of the Mystic Pizza restaurant made famous in a 1988 movie starring Julia Roberts.
Mystic Pizza II in North Stonington reopened, after a Hummer crashed into the side of the building last night.
By Vanessa Willoughby Bring your appetite to the Taste of Mystic! Featuring over 30 restaurants, Historic Downtown Mystic will be the place to be on September 9 to 11 for an explosion of culinary delights. […]