New Haven RestaurantsHome to Yale University, New Haven is one of the largest cities in the state of Connecticut. As a result it has a large variety of shopping and dining opportunities for tourists and locals alike from many malls, shops, restaurants, pizzerias or coffee shops.
Among New Haven restaurants there are a few that appear on the simplest search in your search engine. Every business owner has learned to put their restaurant on the map for a cheap marketing opportunity that could bring a lot of customers in.
New Haven’s Ibiza Restaurant is probably one of the first choices for many locals. They have a tasting menu and a few specialties that one could not find in other places. The pika tapas are unusual and the grilled sea scallops are on of their specialties.
Scoozi Trattoria and Wine Bar is a New Haven Italian restaurant as the name itself suggests. They make a nice crème brulee and visitors can enjoy an outdoor patio, especially in the summertime, as well as a jazz-filled afternoon brunch when coming here.
If you are into some fine dining then Bespoke is the place to go. The restaurant serves various cuisines including Middle Eastern and Nuevo Latino. The Union League Café is the perfect place for a croissant in the morning along with your coffee; this is one of the best French New Haven Restaurants.
Zinc Restaurant serves American cuisine for those who are not really adventurous when it comes to the taste buns. Barcelona however is a New Haven Mediterranean Restaurant and it serves great Spanish cuisine with food made ‘a la plancha’.
Soul de Cuba Café is a Cuban Restaurant, one of the few of the sort among New Haven restaurants, and it serves a wide variety of Cuban dishes, as well as drinks; the atmosphere is also very nice.
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