About New Haven

New Haven boasts Colonial charm, a rich history, and a sophisticated, eclectic mix of arts and entertainment, cultural attractions and gastronomical delights. For a city of its size, New Haven offers some of the most interesting experiences in Connecticut, if not New England.

Downtown and Yale

The first thing most people associate with New Haven is Yale, one of the world's great universities. It has a great presence in the city, and the city of New Haven grew up around the heart of the campus, which is a commanding display of classic colonial and modern Gothic architecture. Several world-renowned museums and theaters are located on or near campus, such as the Yale Center for British Art, the Yale University Art Gallery, the Beinecke Rare Book and Manuscript Library or the Yale University Collection of Musical Instruments. It is an aesthetic treat to visit the campus and an architectural pleasure.

The Green

New Haven was the first planned city in the country, and the New Haven Green was part of the original city plan. The Green's 16 acres are the center of downtown New Haven, as well as bordering the eastern edge of the Yale campus. The Green hosts a variety of local cultural, entertainment and social events during the course of the year. Impressive municipal buildings face the Green, as well as three churches: Trinity Church, First Congregational Church of Christ (also known locally as the Center Church), and the United Church, all built around 1813, and wonderful examples of Gothic, Federal and Georgian architecture. The area northeast of the Green contains the Audubon Arts District. Here you will find a brick-lined street lined with condominiums, restaurants, stores and the headquarters for the Greater New Haven Arts Council. To the southeast of the Green is the section of downtown now known as Ninth Square, one of the nine squares that made up New Haven's original layout. The area includes sections of Chapel Street, Church Street, George Street and State Street. Although this redeveloping area does not yet have much shopping and dining, some restaurants of note include the Malaysian favorite, Bentara, on Orange Street, and the popular and award winning gay hangout, Gotham Citi, on Church Street.

Long Wharf

The Long Wharf area, on New Haven harbor, is disconnected from the rest of downtown, but nonetheless an integral part of New Haven. There is an industrial area, and a commercial harbor. The Long Wharf Theatre, one of the country's best-known and most-honored regional theaters, is located here, as is the enormous Sports Haven, offering telecast horse and dog racing. The main restaurant here is the Rusty Scupper, which offers views of Long Island Sound as well as a menu of seafood delights. At Brazi's Italian restaurant, near the theater, patrons can enjoy a meal before or after a show.

East Shore

The East Shore neighborhood is probably best known for Lighthouse Point Park, on the Sound. There is a landmark lighthouse, built in 1840, a beautifully restored carousel, and lovely views. The East Shore neighborhood has a colorful history. On July 5, 1779 the British landed on East Shore, overcame a small, colonial garrison at Black Rock Fort, and marched into New Haven for their one-day occupation of the city. East Shore is home to the Pardee-Morris House, built in 1680 and the survivor of the British Invasion and three centuries of waterfront storms.

Fair Haven

Fair Haven is another neighborhood on the Sound, and its earliest history is connected to oystering. The first European settlers took up oystering from the native Quinnipiac Indians. Today, because of pollution, oysters harvested here are moved to cleaner waters for several weeks before being served in local restaurants—where they are considered quite safe to eat. Other Fair Haven highlights include the Fair Haven Woodworks, offering a remarkable collection of hand crafted furniture, and the small Riverside Park along the Quinnipiac River, where some gentrification has begun to occur.

City Point/Oyster Point

Howard Avenue, along the water in Oyster Point, also known as City Point, reminds you of a small fishing village. Many grandiose homes built in the 1880s have been restored to their original beauty. Although there was a period of decay after the neighborhood was cut off from the rest of the city by Interstate 95, this quiet sea-side neighborhood has become one of the more pleasing areas to visit in New Haven. The Inn at Oyster Point is located near the water on one of the quaint streets. At one of the docks at the end of Howard Avenue is the Sage American Bar and Grill, formerly the Chart House, where you can enjoy a delicious meal while taking in the sights and sounds of the harbor. The 90-foot schooner Quinnipiac is docked here.

Wooster Square (Little Italy)

Wooster Square was named after the New Haven Revolutionary War hero, David Wooster. It was once a neighborhood of elegant brownstones surrounding the square, but many of the houses were razed for factories and tenements for Irish workers in the mid 19th Century. In the late 1800s, Italian immigrants replaced the Irish, creating the "Little Italy" we know today, commonly referred to simply as Wooster Street. Wooster Street and Wooster Square engender thoughts of New Haven's famous pizzerie, Pepe's and Sally's, which vie each year for the title of best pizza in the world. The first pizza in the country was served here, and it is still home to some of the best Italian cuisine around; in restaurants and bakeries such as Consiglio's, Lucibello's, and Tre Scalini. Wooster Street itself is unassuming but, in the summer, the street is alive with festivals and celebrations when locals and everyone else come out to party. It is one of New Haven's more lively and colorful neighborhoods.

Shoreline East

For a scenic drive and quick escape from the city, take Interstate 95 or even Boston Post Road north towards Providence. The small towns that dot the shoreline are full of delightful historic sights, beaches, eateries, shopping and hotels. The 17th-18th century homes in these towns are products of reconstruction after numerous hurricanes and raids by Native Americans and the British that often left the entire towns in ruins. Branford, the largest of these towns, is home to Stony Point (due to its rocky shore) and boats that go out to the nearby Thimble Islands for excellent daytrips. The next town over is Guilford, home to Bishop's Orchards and has one of the prettiest town greens in Connecticut that holds a renowned Guilford Art Center Craft Expo every July. Hammonasset State Park in Madison offers a fantastic stretch of sandy beaches for young and old to enjoy, pick up some books at R.J. Julia, and afterwards feast upon seafood at Lenny & Joe's Fish Tale. In both Clinton and Westbrook, indulge in some serious shopping at Clinton Crossing and the Tanger Outlet Center. Old Saybrook, where Yale University was chartered as Collegiate College back in 1701, and was home to actress Katharine Hepburn until her death in 2003, is the most developed and commercial of the shoreline towns with plenty of restaurants, stores and beaches for locals and tourists.

  • East Rock Park

    41 Cold Spring Street New Haven, CT 06511 United States - Phone: +1 203 946 6086
    An easy drive from downtown New Haven, this park is a beautiful respite from the harried city pace. As you meander along the curved, tree-lined roads up to the summit, you will be greeted by a spectacular view of the city, Long Island Sound and the New Haven Harbor. There is a prized bird sanctuary, picnic and playground facilities, and if you are in the mood for a brisk walk, there are 10 miles of hiking trails. Enjoy the great outdoors right in the city.
  • New Haven Free Public Library

    133 Elm Street New Haven, CT 06510 United States - Phone: +1 203 946 8130
    This formidable structure on the New Haven Green was designed in 1908 by architect Cass Gilbert to blend in with the churches on the green. The handsome facade with its soaring columns and enormous windows bestows upon the visitor a gracious place to read and research. Gilbert is one of the most famous architects of the early 20th-century United States. Perhaps his best-known work is the Woolworth Building in New York City.
  • Beardsley Zoo

    1875 Noble Avenue Bridgeport, CT 06610 United States - Phone: +1 203 394 6565
    If you are in the mood to see some rare and wonderful animals of North and South America, an indoor rain-forest and a rustic New England farmyard, then this zoo is the perfect outing. It is Connecticut's only zoo, with 52 acres along the shore about an hour east from New Haven. If you have the kids tagging along, there is a carousel to enjoy and picnic groves available in good weather. The zoo also has a snack shop, and there are always souvenirs to purchase at the gift shop!
  • Schooner Inc.

    60 South Water Street New Haven, CT 06519 United States - Phone: +1 203 865 1737
    A great way to get a glimpse of New Haven from the Long Island Sound is via the beautiful, 91-foot gaff-rigged wooden schooner Quinnipiack. Cruises from May to September offer a variety of themes. There are ecology boat rides where you can learn about aquatic life in the Sound, and sunset cruises where you can relax while listening to a guide spin yarns of local sea lore. Take along a picnic lunch or dinner and enjoy a full or half-day tour. Private charters are available for special occasions from April through November. Beer and wine are permitted aboard for adults. Prices vary with the cruise.
  • West Rock Ridge State Park

    Baldwin Drive Woodbridge, CT 6515 United States - Phone: +1 203 789 7498
    This state park, like its sister East Rock Park, offers a spectacular overview of the city of New Haven and its environs. The park is the creation of a more tumultuous time, a ridge of basalt rock forced skyward by volcanic action about 200 million years ago. The 1,500-acre park is located at the apex, where visitors can enjoy miles of hiking trails, picnic areas and a fishing pond. The infamous Judges Cave is located here, where, in 1660, Edward Whalley, John Dixwell and William Goffe eluded capture by royal bounty hunters. The three men had been among the signers of the death warrant against England's King Charles. Opens daily at 8am.
  • Barnum Museum

    820 Main Street Bridgeport, CT 06604 United States - Phone: +1 203 331 1104
    "Step right up, ladies and gentlemen, and feast your eyes on the smallest man in the world"; or so we can imagine the ringmaster's voice as he hosted the most famous three-ring circus in the world. If you want to do more than imagine, spend a day at this three-story museum, which chronicles the legendary PT Barnum's life, his dreams and accomplishments. Don't forget to stop in at the museum shop for a collection of circus memorabilia.
  • Audubon Arts District

    Audubon Street New Haven, CT 06510 United States - Phone: +1 203 772 2788
    Culture abounds on quiet Audubon Street. There are galleries (Artspace, Small Space Gallery), performance spaces (The Arts Hall), arts organizations (City Spirit Artists, the New Haven Ballet), a host of art schools (the Neighborhood Music School, the Educational Center for the Arts, Creative Arts Workshop), and even the annual Audubon Arts on the Edge Festival. Shops and restaurants have also begun moving into the neighborhood. Ongoing activities are listed in the Arts Council Calendar, available free at the Arts Council office at 70 Audubon St across from Leeney Plaza. A block north is the John Slade Ely House, a center for contemporary arts.
  • Center Church & Crypt

    311 Temple Street New Haven, CT 06511 United States - Phone: +1 203 787 0121
    The Congregational United Church of Christ, as it is more formally known, has stood on the New Haven Green since 1639. The current Georgian structure dates to 1812. Architect Ithiel Town incorporated large windows into the design to capture sunshine, as there was no heating system. A beautiful Tiffany window, installed in 1890, depicts the Rev. John Davenport leading the first service in the new colony. The historic crypt contains the remains of Benedict Arnold's first wife. There is a small burial ground behind the church, where regicide John Dixwell is laid to rest.
  • United Church

    323 Temple Street New Haven, CT 06511 United States - Phone: +1 203 787 4195
    Officially known as the United Congregational Church, the northernmost church on the Green is a perfect example of Federalist architecture. The steeple on this building has served as a template for church steeples all over the country. Although admission is only permitted for those who have been permitted a privately guided tour, it is almost enough to enjoy the grace and beauty of this structure from without. Call and ask for a tour or just stroll the Green and enjoy the view.
  • Trinity Church

    129 Church Street New Haven, CT 06510 United States - Phone: +1 203 624 3101
    It never ceases to amaze visitors and even locals that New Haven is a city of firsts. Trinity, besides being the first Episcopal congregation in New Haven when it was founded in 1752, also erected the first Gothic Revival building in the United States in 1812-15. Designed by prolific Ithiel Town, who also designed the neighboring Center Church), Trinity is a superb example of medieval architecture, and has been a tourist attraction almost since it was built. It stands on the northwest corner of the historic green.
  • Thimble Island Cruise

    Indian Point Road Branford, CT 06405 United States - Phone: +1 203 488 8905
    Enjoy 45-minute guided cruises around the islands from the Stony Creek Dock, just minutes from New Haven. The Sea Mist crew also offers chartered cruises for private groups and parties, offering wine and cheese or fully catered dinners. One word of warning, parking is a big problem during the warmer months and on weekends. Park where you can, relax and enjoy the sea spray on your face and photographic opportunities as you listen to the local lore about the Thimble Islands.
  • Scenic Route 146

    Route 146 Branford, CT 6405 United States
    This 12-mile driving tour starts in Branford and snakes along the Long Island Sound into Guilford. Meander through the shoreline area, delight in all the contrasts: 18th and 19th century homes, town greens and shops, picnic spots in parks, views of the water and plenty of places to pull over and find a morsel to eat - seafood lovers, take note, this is your ride. This can be a day's journey or a 45-minute detour, but enjoy it year-round, with special emphasis during the summer months and then in foliage season.
  • Bishop's Orchards

    1355 Boston Post Road Guilford, CT 06437 United States - Phone: +1 203 453 2338
    Ah, fresh from the vine or the bush! Nothing like picking your own apples, strawberries, blueberries or pumpkins! Bishop's has been a local establishment for over a century and continues to draw hundreds of visitors as well as local residents preferring fresh produce, baked goods, fresh cut flowers, unique, fine grocery items and dairy products. Don't forget to try their wines, made from their fruits, apple ciders and grapes. Check their website or call their hotline to find out what fruits are available for Pick-Your-Own (+1 203 453 PICK).
  • West Haven Beaches

    Washington Avenue and Beach Street West Haven, CT 06516 United States - Phone: +1 203 937 3651
    Although West Haven itself is not known for its shiny exterior, its 4-mile stretch of beach (the longest in Connecticut) is terrific. The beaches are a great place to stretch your legs for a walk or a bike ride, or simply take a dip in the Sound if weather permits. The most popular aspect of the area is Bradley Point Beach with a 3.5-mile promenade and boardwalk. Other beaches include Altshuler, Dawson, Oak Street, Peck and Sea Bluff. Parking is $10 for the day and $5 after 4pm.
  • Sleeping Giant State Park

    200 Mount Carmel Avenue Hamden, CT 06518 United States - Phone: +1 203 287 5658
    Sleeping Giant State Park lives up to its billing as a wilderness park and is a great get-a-way to the country. There are an abundance of hiking trails and picnic areas that add up to 32 miles of wilderness. If you go, fishing gear in hand, the trout-stocked river will fulfill your fishing dreams; if you do not plan a fishing excursion, tote along your camera, climb the tower trail and head to the stone tower where you can catch a panoramic view of the countryside.
  • Hammonasset Beach State Park

    1288 Boston Post Road Madison, CT 06443 United States - Phone: +1 203 245 2785
    Take a 20-minute drive east to Hammonasset to enjoy year-round shoreline vistas and a boardwalk for long walks and relaxation. Offering 1000 acres of campgrounds (550 sites), parks, beaches, walking trails, bike paths and fields for kite flying, Hammonasset is the quintessential pleasure destination. Meigs Point Nature Center offers fresh and saltwater aquariums and live reptiles and amphibians to touch and enjoy. Pack your in-line skates or bike, the park is grand.
  • Nathanael B. Greene Community Center

    32 Church Street Guilford, CT 06437 United States - Phone: +1 203 453 8068
    A good place to start an adventure is at the information center. Find out everything you wanted to know about Guilford (but were afraid to ask) here at the Community Center in this charming shoreline town. There are maps, brochures, newspapers and a helpful staff who will be able to direct you to the local attractions and eateries, shops and museums. Park your car in the lot and enjoy walking in this 362-year old town.
  • Milford Chamber of Commerce

    5 Broad Street Milford, CT 06460 United States - Phone: +1 203 878 0681
    Stop by the Chamber of Commerce to get the information you may need to help make your stay in the New Haven/Milford area pleasant. Maps, brochures, newspapers and information regarding dining and lodging can be found here. If you can't get there in person, log on their handy website and discover Milford for yourself at any time of day or night.
  • Branford Chamber of Commerce

    239 Main Street Branford, CT 06405 United States - Phone: +1 203 488 5500
    If you need any information regarding your visit to the Branford area, there is a lot to be found at the Chamber of Commerce, conveniently located in the heart of downtown Branford. Maps, brochures, local literature on lodging and dining can be found here. Need more info? Try the Branford Land Trust +1 203 483 5263. They have a myriad of guides. Exhaust your search: try the town recreation department at +1 203 488 8304 for information on the town parks and beaches.
  • Southern Connecticut State University

    502 Crescent Street New Haven, CT 06515 United States - Phone: +1 203 392 6000
    Sports fans visiting New Haven have a reason to rejoice. The Southern Connecticut State University Athletics facilities - Jess Dow Field, the Ball Park, and James Moore Fieldhouse (which is the most important athletic complex here), will definitely keep you enthralled! They host a variety of seasonal sporting events, play-offs and championships. Pick up tickets for football, basketball and soccer matches from $3-$5. If you are going in a big bunch find out about their special group rates. Also check out the various musical and art shows put up by the different clubs and guest artistes here.
  • Ives Concert Park

    43 Lake Ave. Extension Danbury, CT 06811 United States - Phone: +1 203 837 9226
    Ives Concert Park is the venue where the music plays on and the excitement never ends. And if you are a rock 'n' roll fan, then the fun gets even better. Located near the Western Connecticut State University, it's easy to get here. So even if you are driving from New York, there is an easy access to this venue from I-84. Rock legends, such as Steve Winwood have performed here and there are many more interesting acts in the days to come. Tickets are available in the mornings on the day of the performance but payment has to be done by cash only. Bookings can also be made online.
  • Al-Islam Mosque

    624 George Street New Haven, CT 06511 United States - Phone: 1+ 203 777 8004
    This is a city location for Muslim worship and other services. Check website for local prayer times.
  • Mevlana Mosque

    560 Middletown Avenue New Haven, CT 06513 United States - Phone: 1+ 203 786 4795
    This is a city location for Muslim worship and other services.
  • Edgerton Park

    75 Cliff Street New Haven, CT 06511-1318 United States - Phone: +1 203 946 8009
    Edgerton Park delights one and all with its lush, green lands that invite you to spend a lazy afternoon at the park. Take a long walk in the park, picnic with close friends and loved ones or attend one of the special events that are held here from time to time. Nature lovers will find a rich passel of flora that gladden the soul and delight the eye. You can also hold weddings, receptions and private events at this venue. Check website for more details.
  • Edgewood Park

    Whalley Avenue & West Rock Avenue New Haven, CT 06515 United States - Phone: +1 203 773 3736
    Edgewood Park is home to a popular weekly farmer's market during the summer.
  • West Haven Green

    Main Street & Campbell Avenue West Haven, CT 06516 United States - Phone: +1 203 937 3651(City Park Council)
    Part of the West Haven Green Historic District, West Haven Green hosts a number of events throughout the year, including some of the city's Summer Concerts.
  • University of New Haven

    300 Boston Post Road West Haven, CT 06516 United States - Phone: +1 203 932 7475

    Constantly expanding over the past decade, the University of New Haven is a small private college located in West Haven, Connecticut. Founded in 1920, this school overlooking Long Island Sound covers 84 acres (34 hectares) offers a wide variety of academic programs for students pursuing an undergraduate or graduate degree. There are special events throughout the year, such as the University of New Haven International Festival.

  • Nathaniel Wheeler Memorial Fountain

    712-726 Fairfield Avenue Bridgeport, CT 06604 United States
    The Nathaniel Wheeler Memorial Fountain in Bridgeport, Connecticut was constructed in 1912–1913 and designed by unconventional American sculptor Gutzon Borglum. Nathaniel Wheeler's children had this sculpture to the city as an ode to their loving father, who had also been an important town personality. The structure shows a central bronze figure of a mermaid with a child in one hand and a lamp in the other, as fish seem to circling around her fins. The monument was repaired in 2009-2010 and was included to the National Register of Historic Places in 1985.
  • Philip Johnson Glass House (The)

    199 Elm Street New Canaan, CT 06840 United States - Phone: +1 203 594 9585
    Architect Philip Johnson designed this famous glass house, built in 1949, which officially became a National Trust site open to the public in 2007. Johnson had no need for windows in this building as it is constructed almost entirely of glass (except, thankfully, for the bathroom). The house blends magically with the surrounding environs, blurring the line between the natural and man-made. It's a must-see for fans of modern art and architecture. Call for timings.
  • New Haven Green

    Temple Street & Chapel Street New Haven, CT 6511 United States - Phone: +1 203 777 8550(Tourist Information)
    The New Haven Town Green is one of New England's oldest, completed in 1638. Portions of the Green were used as a cemetery until the 1820s when the Green became overcrowded and headstones were moved to the new Grove Street Cemetery; however, the bodies were not dug up and between 5,000 to 10,000 still remain. The 16-acre public park is a popular site for concerts and picnics, and an overall excellent gathering place for locals and tourists alike. The Green is also the location of a memorial to the Amistad captives. Along the Green there are three churches built in the 1810s: Center Church, United Church and Trinity Church.
  • Wooster Street

    Wooster Street New Haven, CT 06512 United States - Phone: +1 203 777 8550
    Follow your nose to the most distinct district of downtown New Haven. Wooster Street was the center of New Haven's Italian community prior to the construction of I-91 and I-95 that rip right through the heart of the street. Today, Wooster Street is host to New Haven's finest and most renowned Italian restaurants, with the famous Pepe's and Sally's pizzerie. A few blocks up is the famed Lucibello's Italian pastry shop where you can taste all your favorite Neapolitan sweets. Wooster Street is the best part of town to explore and get a great meal.
  • Lighthouse Point Park

    2 Lighthouse Road New Haven, CT 06512 United States - Phone: +1 203 946 8019
    Long Island Sound is a unique estuary where salt water from the sea mixes with the fresh river water, creating a biodiversity of different species of flora and fauna. The Lighthouse Point Park attracts public to this ecosystem, where fishing and boating are among prime activities. Birdwatching, picnics, swimming, carousel and a kiddie playground, are other reasons to visit here. The lighthouse has quite a history and the renovated tower is definitely worth spending some time on. Moreover, Fantasy of Lights, Hawkfest and Paddle Day are events the whole family can enjoy. Opens daily at 7am.
  • Edgewood Skate Park

    Edgewood Avenue New Haven, CT 6511 United States - Phone: +1 203 946 8027
    Edgewood Skate Park is ideal for a good day's skating, provided you are all padded up. The course is apt for skateboarders and inline skaters to practice their skills. The park is accessible to the public and charges a minimum fee per session. Though beginners rub shoulders with the pros, word is that newcomers face a tough time. Check the safety policy before venturing.
  • Ralph Walker Ice Skating Rink

    1080 State Street New Haven, CT 06513 United States - Phone: +1 203 946 8007
    Ralph Walker Ice Skating Rink is an indoor facility for ice hockey and skating. The place conducts skating programs for children and adults and also rents out for birthdays and other celebrations. The place is also a venue for inter-school ice hockey games. So wanna have some fun on ice, Ralph Walker Ice Skating Rink is the place to be!
  • Beaver Ponds Park

    Crescent Street New Haven, CT 6515 United States - Phone: +1 203 946 8027
    Beaver Ponds was once a wetland and considered useless. Today it is a picture of ball fields, swimming pools, playgrounds, and lush greenery. Bowen Field, a baseball stadium and Wilbur Cross High School are prominent structures in the park and attract the most visitors. The lagoons and trails on the property make it conducive for a nature walk. Fishing is also possible in the ponds.
  • West Rock Nature Center

    Wintergreen Avenue New Haven, CT 6515 United States - Phone: +1 203 946 8016
    The nature center, all of 43 acres, is home to over 300 different species of flora. Known to be the first urban nature center in the country, visitors have loads to do here. The Nature House exhibits a variety of local insects, reptiles and amphibians, while the Visitor Center has a birding area. Rangers arrange programs such as animal tracking and wildflower walks for those interested. Accommodation is available for those interested in staying over.
  • Charles Ives House

    1 Mountainville Road Danbury, CT 06810 United States - Phone: +1 203 743 5200
    The abode of legendary composer, Charles Ives, the Charles Ives House or Charles Ives Birthplace belonged to the prominent Ives family. Relocated thrice, this house comes under the purview of Danbury Museum & Historical Society. Now a museum, it was included in the U.S. National Register of Historic Places in 1976.
  • Church of the Holy Name

    4 Pulaski Street Stamford, CT 06902-6887 United States - Phone: +1 203 323 4967
    Church of the Holy Name is a beautiful church located at the intersection of Washington Boulevard and Pulaski Street. Established in the 19th Century it continues to function till date. The grand architecture of the church is inspired from many styles like Late Victorian and Neo-Romanesque. Regular masses are conducted by the church as per schedule. The church also has events, which mainly includes their annual harvest festival.
  • Danbury Railway Museum

    120 White Street Danbury, CT 06813 United States - Phone: +1 203 778 8337
    The Danbury Railway Museum is housed in a 1903 train depot and rail yard. The place is filled with trivial knowledge about the history of railways, vintage models and photos of trains. A trip to the place with your children makes for a good outing. The kids can also enjoy the toy train ride which acquaints them with the thrills of traveling by a train. Birthday parties are arranged in the special section dedicated to children's birthdays in the museum.
  • Fairfield University

    1073 North Benson Road Fairfield, CT 06430 United States - Phone: +1 203 254 4000
    Founded in 1943, Fairfield University is one of the nation's leading small, liberal arts colleges, conveniently located between New York City and New Haven. There are lovely buildings on campus, including Egan Chapel (a modern church dedicated to St. Ignatius Loyola) and The Quick Center (a performing arts facility). Also on campus, is the boys high school, Fairfield Prep. It is a member of the Association of Jesuit Colleges and Universities and the campus offers lovely views of Long Island Sound from the hillside.
  • Knapp Tavern

    243 East Putnam Avenue Greenwich, CT 06830 United States - Phone: +1 203 869 9697
    Putman Cottage was constructed by the Knapp family. That is why the cottage is also known as Knapp Tavern. Built in 1690, the cottage was built as a house that was converted into a tavern to serve travelers and American troops. The year 1776 set a historic example of the Knapp Tavern when General George Washington halted there to feed his troops. It was in the early 20th Century that the Israel Putnam House Association bought the house. Thereafter, the property has been the Historic Preservation Project of the Putnam Hill Chapter Daughters of the American Revolution where it has been modernized with plaster ceilings, a front porch and Victorian trimming. Putnam Cottage is now maintained as a museum and is open to the public.
  • Seaside Park

    1 Barnum Dyke Bridgeport, CT 06604 United States - Phone: +1 203 576 1311(Tourist Information)
    Located on the coastal city of Bridgeport, Seaside Park is a panoramic municipal park comprising of attractions like monuments, beaches, hiking trails and picnic area. Separated from the Black Rock by the Cedar Creek, the park is also host to a wide range of cultural and sporting events. A perfect place for recreation and leisure with families. Call the tourist information center for more details.
  • Hopkins School

    986 Forest Road New Haven, CT 06515 United States - Phone: +1 203 397 1001
    The Hopkins School in New Haven is one of the nation's oldest continuously-run preparatory school in the United States. The school was founded by Edward Hopkins, a governor of the Connecticut Colony, who left the land to the Colony to found the school in 1660. Grades at this day school go from 7th to 12 grades. This liberal arts school thrives on academics, the arts and athletics, so there are always events open to students and campus visitors to showcase the school's special talents.
  • Milford Green

    Broad Street Milford, CT 6460 United States
    The green in Milford, located just outside of New Haven, is a popular meeting space and event venue conveniently located off of I-95. This traditional New England-style green has a bandstand, Civil War monument and special events throughout the year.
  • Yale University

    246 Church Street New Haven, CT 06510 United States - Phone: +1 203 432 1345
    One of the most renowned institutions of higher learning in the world, Yale University has been in New Haven since 1718, even though the school was founded in 1701. Originally, the "campus" was located in Clinton, Old Saybrook and Wethersfield until reaching its new home in what is today Downtown New Haven. On campus, you can see many famous sights such as the Yale Center for British Art, Beinecke Rare Book Library, the Collection of Musical Instruments, and the Old Campus attracts visitors and students alike. No matter where you go on campus, you see and experience history!
  • Veterans Memorial Park

    42 Seaview Avenue Norwalk, CT 6856 United States - Phone: +1 203 854 7806
    Veterans Memorial Park is counted amongst the popular parks and green spaces in Connecticut. The park has many amenities like basketball courts, boat launch sites, picnic areas, pavilions and more. The park also has a marina, boating center and jogging paths. Be it boating activities, sports, playground or a family picnic, this park is ideal for outings with loved ones and is an ace recreational space.
  • Mill River Park

    Mill River Street Stamford, CT 6902 United States
    In the heart of Stamford lies an oasis of calm: the Mill River Park. Designed around the course of the serene Mill River, this park offers a recreational haven for the city's residents. Among the facilities on offer are a playground, basketball court, an amphitheater, carousel, an ice skating rink and even launch for kayaks. The park is a part of a massive project to restore the Mill River and preserve the surrounding environment. Visitors can choose to spend a day with the family, enjoying the various facilities at the park, or they can come for a jog, walk or a bicycle ride along the gorgeous Greenway. For more information please see the website.
  • Huntington State Park

    Sunset Hill Road Bethel, CT 06801 United States - Phone: +1 203 794 8531 / +1 203 938 2285
  • Quinnipiac River State Park

    Banton Street North Haven, CT 06513 United States - Phone: +1 203 287 5658
    Located just along the point where the Quinnipiac River curves to empty into the Long Island Sound, the Quinnipiac River State Park is a pleasant place to head to for a leisurely stroll. Located in the North Haven area, this park comes equipped with benches and excellent lighting, as well as a magnificent view of the river and facilities for fishing, boating and hunting.
  • Housatonic River

    Bridgeport Avenue Milford, CT United States
    The lovely Housatonic River runs through Western Massachusetts and Connecticut for 139 miles (225 kilometers). The name of the river comes from the Mohican for "beyond the mountain place" and passes through the western side of the Berkshires. Throughout the year, the river hosts some of the biggest rowing events in New England, such as those of Yale crew and the New Haven Rowing Club.
  • Monroe Center Historic District

    Fan Hill Road Monroe, CT 06468 United States - Phone: +1 860 567 4506(Tourist Information)
    The Monroe Center Historic District is a significant area which dates back to 1762. The district encompasses an area of 120 acres (49 hectares) and has about 60 structures that contribute to its historic nature. The district shows a variety of architectural styles, however the most prominent ones include the Federal, Colonial Revival, Georgian styles.
  • Pequonnock River Railroad Bridge

    Water Street Bridgeport, CT 06608 United States
    The eminent Pequonnock River Railroad Bridge is the celebrated bridge that stretches across the Pequonnock River. This bridge handles the traffic of the Northeast Corridor, that includes rail lines of Amtrak and Metro-North.
  • City Point

    Howard Avenue New Haven, CT 06519 United States - Phone: +1 203 777 8550(Tourist Information)
    City Point is a picturesque area of The Hill neighborhood of New Haven. Encompassing an area of 26 acres (11 hectares), it has its roots dating back to 1939. This beautiful historic area has a mix of architectural styles which mainly include the Greek Revival, Late 19th and 20th Century Revivals and Late Victorian. City Point is also home to the Oyster Point Historic District, which is a part of the National Register of Historic Places.
  • Saugatuck River Bridge

    Bridge Street Westport, CT 06880 United States
    The prominent Saugatuck River Bridge is a stellar bridge that stretches across the Saugatuck River. Its construction was completed in 1884, and is one of the few extant moving bridges in the region. This river bridge is incorporated in the National Register of Historic Places.
  • Bellamy-Ferriday House and Garden

    9 Main Street North Bethlehem, CT 06751 United States - Phone: +1 203 266 7596(Tourist Information)
    Added to the National Register of Historic Places in 1982, the Bellamy Ferriday House and Garden expresses the passions of two very different yet distinctive individuals from two very different time periods. The first owner of the house, Rev. Joseph Bellamy, who played a key role in the religious revival of the 1740s built the house adding architectural elements as his family and stature grew. Caroline Ferriday, the last owner of the house, who inherited the property from her father built a beautiful garden in the home. Today, the house is a museum of several European and American antiques. Caroline’s blooming garden of roses, peonies and lilacs has also been maintained. The house is open for tours from May through October.
  • Mill Hill Historic Park

    2 East Wall Street Norwalk, CT 06851 United States - Phone: +1 203 846 0525
    The Mill Hill Historic Park is a history museum, previously known as Whitney's Hill. The park consists of three buildings- a law office, a schoolhouse and a town hall, built between 1745 to 1835. There is also a historic cemetery, where 11 veterans of the Civil War are buried. The town hall also doubled up as the Congregational church until the Congregationalists opted for exclusive rights over the building, after which the current town hall was built. The buildings are currently managed and looked after by Norwalk-Village Green Chapter of the Daughters of the American Revolution and the Norwalk Historical Society.
  • Birdcraft Sanctuary

    314 Unquowa Road Fairfield, CT 06824 United States - Phone: +1 203 259 0416
    Birdcraft Sanctuary is also known as Connecticut Audubon Society Birdcraft Museum and Sanctuary. It is one of the oldest private songbird sanctuaries in the United States and is home to a large number of resident and migratory birds. It was constructed by Mabel Osgood Wright in 1914. There is also a museum inside the sanctuary which has preserved animals and displays them to the way wildlife existed at the end of 20th Century. It was added to the National Registrar of Historic Places on June 23, 1982.
  • Bradley-Wheeler House

    25 Avery Place Westport, CT 06880 United States - Phone: +1 203 222 1424
    Built in the year 1795, it is located in Connecticut. It was remodeled in Italianate style in the early 19th Century. The house has three Victorian style rooms, an octagonal flat roof, white exteriors, decorative windows, and a gracious front verandah. It is currently the headquarters of the Westport Historical Society and operates as a Victorian era house museum. It consists of a furnished parlor room, dining room, bedroom and kitchen, all open for visits. It also has a gift shop selling memorabilia.
  • Branford Center Historic District

    US Route 1 Branford, CT 06405 United States - Phone: +1 860 566 3005
    It is a neighborhood in Branford, Connecticut, and is a Census Designated Place. It consists of a traditional town center with more than 500 historic structures retaining their original architectural significance. The boundaries of the district are designed so as to exclude modern buildings and include only those with historic leanings. Notable structures include garages, carriage houses, cemetery, Saint Mary’s Roman Catholic Church and several other vernacular buildings. Architectural styles represented here include Greek Revival, Queen Anne, Colonial Revival, Italianate, Federal, Gothic Revival, Tudor Revival, Bungalow, and more.
  • Branford Point Historic District

    Maple Street Branford, CT 06405 United States - Phone: +1 860 566 3005
    It is a historic district in Branford, Connecticut, and a Census Designated Place, which is the part of Branford west of the Amtrak Railroad. It includes more than 200 structures that were deemed to contribute historic significance. It is bounded by Branford River, Branford Center and Short Beach neighborhood. Main sections of the neighborhood include Harbor Street, Maple Avenue and Stannard Avenue. It was listed on the National Register of Historic Places in the year 1988.
  • Bronson Windmill

    3015 Bronson Road Fairfield, CT 06824 United States - Phone: +1 203 259 1598
    It is a historic windmill located on Bronson Road in Fairfield, Connecticut. It was built in the year 1894 for Frederic Bronson, from whom it derives its name. It is a tall structure made of Georgia pine and has stone exteriors. The architectural style featured by the windmill is Corcoran Storm Defying Windmill. It was added to the National Register of Historic Places in the year 1971 and is also a part of the Greenfield Hill Historic District.
  • Mory's

    306 York Street New Haven, CT 06511 United States - Phone: +1 203 562 3157
    This private club, famously known as the Mory's Bar Temple, was formerly a home which has been converted into a clubhouse. Mory has been a special gathering place for the students and faculty of Yale University. It offers a mix of classic and contemporary dishes as well as complementing beverages. The banquet rooms are available for private and social events.
  • Discovery Museum and Planetarium

    4450 Park Avenue Bridgeport, CT 06604 United States - Phone: +1 203 372 3521
    The Discovery Museum and Planetarium is a great educational facility located across the Fairchild Wheeler Golf Course. The museum opened to public in 1962 and has been entertaining and educating ever since. The museum has fun learning techniques and interactive exhibits to engage its visitors. It provides a wide scope to explore and acquire knowledge about science and technology. The museum also hosts several programs to entertain its young visitors. Apart from this, the museum premises are also available on rent for private functions.
  • Eells-Stow House

    34 High Street Milford, CT 06460 United States - Phone: +1 203 874 2664
    The renowned Eells-Stow House is a monumental house situated in the Milford region of Connecticut. It was supposedly constructed somewhere around 1720, and is named after the Eells family that stayed here. Currently managed by the Milford Historical Society, it was incorporated in the National Register of Historic Places in 1977.
  • Falkner Island Lighthouse

    90 Shirleigh Avenue Guilford, CT 06437 United States - Phone: +1 203 453 8400
    The Falkner Island Lighthouse was constructed in 1802. The lighthouse flashes a light every 10 seconds post its automation in 1978. It is a striking 40-foot (12-meter) octagonal tower built with sliced sandstone and set in lime mortar. It was a great relief to ship traffic in the tiny Sound Island in the 18th Century. Located approximately 3.5 miles (5.6 kilometers) offshore Guilford, the lighthouse towers about 46 feet (14 meters) above ground level and 94 feet (29 meters) above sea level.
  • Elton Hotel

    West Main Street Waterbury, CT 06702 United States
    Prominently known as the city's grandest hotel and a great center for social and businesses, the Elton Hotel features luxury, comprising of all the amenities available, inclusive of restaurants, and ballrooms. Styled in French Renaissance the Elton Hotel is renowned and is one of the best places to be at.

  • Fort Stamford

    862 Westover Road Stamford, CT 06902 United States - Phone: +1 203 348 5285(Tourist Information)
    Fort Stamford was built in 1781, in a bid to protect the coastline that extended from Horseneck to New Haven. The fort was restored and is used as a recreational park. The park with its lush green lawns, walking trails and picnic tables is ideal for a day picnic. It also features ruins of the fort and a garden.
  • Connecticut Hall, Yale University

    1017 Chapel Street New Haven, CT 06510 United States - Phone: +1 203 432 2300(Tourist Information)
    Connecticut Hall is located on the Old Campus of Yale University in New Haven, Connecticut. It is a Georgian-style building and was built in 1752, and is also one of the oldest buildings on the Yale campus. It was built by Thomas Clap who was the then president of Yale. The design of the building was inspired by Massachusetts Hall at Harvard University. It was added to the National Register of Historic Places on October 15, 1966.
  • Fourth Ward Historic District

    Fourth Ward Historic District Greenwich, CT 06830 United States
    Added to the National Register of Historic Places in 2000, the Fourth Ward Historic District is nestled in Greenwich. Predominantly, this area comprises middle-class Irish families and has several structures representing varied styles of architecture. Almost, 159 properties together make for this historical district.
  • Hyland-Wildman House

    84 Boston Street Guilford, CT 06437 United States - Phone: +1 203 453 9477

    The Hyland-Wildman House is a historic red wooden frame structure in Guilford, Connecticut. The construction of the house was completed in 1710 by Hyland and George, who designed it using Colonial style influences. The house is now open to visitors as a local history museum and features some Colonial era antiques. It was added to the National Register of Historic Places in 1976.

  • Hoyt-Barnum House

    713 Bedford Street Stamford, CT 06901 United States - Phone: +1 203 329 1183

    The Hoyt-Barnum House is an ancient dwelling in Stamford, Connecticut. Built in 1699, this Colonial style wood framed house features a chimney column made of materials like straw, clay and animal hair. The house was added to the National Register of Historic Places in 1969 and the Stamford Historical Society now owns and looks after the property and is open for tours on appointment.

     

  • Orange Center Historic District

    Orange Center Road Orange, CT 06477 United States
    The Orange Center Historic District is small ancient area which has a high historic value. The Orange Congregational Church is famous as the centerpiece of the entire district. The place has a mix of architectural styles, while the most evident being Greek Revival, Federal and Late Victorian types.
  • Stamford Harbor Ledge Light

    Stamford Harbor Stamford, CT 06902 United States
    This 1882 lighthouse is located on Chatham Rock at the entrance of Stamford Harbor entrance, has a floating dock. The Stamford Harbor Ledge Lighthouse is made up of cast iron and stands at 60 feet (18.29 meters) and was deactivated in 1953. It was bought by Eryk Spektor who renovated the lighthouse into a private home complete with a kitchen and electricity. Before Mr. Spektor, it was sold three times and went back to the government as the owners couldn't maintain the tower. Though it is not open to the public, it can be best viewed from the water.
  • Deacon John Grave House

    581 Boston Post Road Madison, CT 06443 United States - Phone: +1 203 245 4798
    The Deacon John Grave House has been the home of seven generations of the Grave family. In 1983, the Deacon John Grave Foundation was founded to avoid demolition of this wooden frame house. Currently a museum, it hosts interesting events throughout the year. Check website for details.
  • Pecks Ledge Light

    Norwalk Islands Norwalk, CT 06880 United States
    The Pecks Ledge Light is one of the most resourceful lighthouse sites to have been established in the city of Norwalk in the U.S. State of Connecticut. It towers at a massive height of 54 foot (16.5 meters). The lighthouse structure is built on a Cast Iron foundation. The conical shaped tower is a distinctive structure and stands to a pivotal position by guiding the ships. The construction dates back to 1906 and the site was first lit in the year 1933.
  • Darling House Museum

    1907 Litchfield Turnpike Woodbridge, CT 06525 United States - Phone: +1 203 387 2823
    Maintained and managed by the Amity & Woodbridge Historical Society, the Darling House Museum dates back to the 1770s. This house belonged to Thomas Darling, a prominent citizen of Connecticut. Currently, this house museum opens its doors on special occasions only, but you can also avail group tours with prior appointment.
  • Sanford-Curtis-Thurber House

    71 Riverside Road Newtown, CT 06470 United States
    Originally constructed for Sanford family, the Sanford-Curtis-Thurber House is a highly distinguished home in Connecticut. The monumental house constructed in 1800 is also famously called as the James Thurber House. It has paved its way to the National Register of Historic Places due to its historical importance.
  • Bethel Public Library

    189 Greenwood Avenue Bethel, CT 06801 United States - Phone: +1 203 794 8756
    Formerly known as the Seth Seelye House, the Bethel Public Library perfectly exemplifies the Greek Revival style of architecture. This library features an extensive collection of books and reference materials. Apart from that, it also hosts events and activities on a regular basis. For more details, check website.
  • Southport Historic District

    693-789 Harbor Road Fairfield, CT 06890 United States
    The Southport Historic District is a district of preserves of the former Southport. Spread over 225 acres (91 ha) of land, the district is a site of the remains of the historical beauties, however, since most of the structures were burnt down by the British, the only one home is the Meeker House which reflects history. Featuring the Greek Revival, Romanesque, and Federal styles of architecture, as the main designs of the area, the place is a great site to visit and re live the history of the district.

  • Seymour High School

    2 Botsford Road Seymour, CT 06483 United States - Phone: + 203 888 2561
    The Seymour High School is a secondary school that dates back to the 1880s era. Included in the U.S. National Register of Historic Places, this historical school continues to excel in providing the best education to its students. For more details, check website.
  • Southwest Ledge Lighthouse

    98 Shell Beach Road New Haven, CT 06512 United States - Phone: +1 203 777 8550
    Standing 57 feet high, the Southwest Ledge Lighthouse is a historic lighthouse located on the reef at the main entrance to New Haven Harbor. Known as the first structure that was constructed in the cylindrical iron foundation, the lighthouse is currently not accessible to the public. The lighthouse can be seen by a boat ride or from a distance from the New Haven Harbor, which looks amazing. The lighthouse is still in use to help in navigating.

  • Sheffield Island Light

    40 North Water Street Norwalk, CT 06854 United States - Phone: +1 203 838 9444
    The Sheffield Island Light has been navigating ships since the 1860s era. Visitors can tour this well-preserved lighthouse or embark on a nature walk as it is surrounded by scenic landscape. An important landmark of the Norwalk Islands, it was included in the U.S. National Register of Historic Places in 1989.
  • Marion Castle

    1 Rogers Road Stamford, CT 06902 United States
    Marion Castle is a construction of neo- French Renaissance design built for movie maker Frank J. Marion. The building was built during 1914 and 1916 based on the design created by the Hunt and Hunt firm of New York. The historic mansion is also called Terre Bonne. Now owned by Thomas L. Rich, he permits the use of this venue for events that benefit the community and are non-profit or for charitable causes.
  • Marsh Botanical Garden

    227 Mansfield Street New Haven, CT 06511 United States - Phone: + 203 432 6320
    Marsh Botanical Garden is situated within the precincts of Yale University. Its name pays tribute to Othniel Charles Marsh, who bestowed this property upon the university. Beatrix Farrand planned the landscape of the garden that houses a wide variety of plant species. Faculty, students, nature lovers, researchers and many other visitors head to this botanical gardens that has four greenhouses, perennial beds, seasonal plants and much more.
  • Putnam Cottage

    243 East Putnam Avenue Greenwich, CT 06830 United States - Phone: +1 203 869 9697
    Originally established as a residence for the Knapp family, this historic building traces its roots as far back as the 17th Century. The place was subsequently converted into a tavern to serve troops during wartime. The place was host to various luminaries of the American Revolution, and was later named after Israel Putnam, a renowned veteran. The house underwent numerous changes over the years, but was restored in 1976 to its former glory. Today, it houses a museum telling the story of the events that unfolded here.
  • Putnam Memorial State Park

    492 Black Rock Turnpike Redding, CT 06896 United States - Phone: +1 203 938 2285
    Established in 1778 Putnam Memorial State Park is widely considered to be the oldest state park in Connecticut. The park was named for General Israel Putnam, an American Revolutionary War veteran who chose the current site for his troops' encampment. The park is a popular visitor attraction today, with a museum, picnic sites, an interpretative trail as well as outdoor activities like fishing and ice skating.
  • Riverside Avenue Bridge

    Riverside Avenue Greenwich, CT 06878 United States
    Connecticut's only bridge made of cast iron, Riverside Avenue Bridge was constructed in 1871 and listed on the National Register of Historic Places in 1977. Initially part of a span across the Housatonic River, it was erected at its current location in 1895. Riverside Avenue Bridge is considered to be a significant milestone in the field of engineering.
  • Old Town Hall

    175 Atlantic Street Stamford, CT 06901 United States - Phone: +1 203 977 5089
    The Edgar Josselyn and Nathan Mellon designed Beaux Arts building was constructed in 1905 to serve as Stamford’s town hall. Over the period, the building could not accommodate all the city offices and hence steadily different departments relocated, and finally the town hall was completely vacant. In 1972, efforts to restore this historical hall were made and the National Register of Historic Places accorded a listing to this edifice.
  • Wall Street Historic District

    Wall Street Norwalk, CT 06850 United States - Phone: +1 860 567 4506(Tourist Information)
    The Wall Street Historic District is a historic area which comprises of the civic center and commercial area of Central Norwalk. The district became a part of the National Register of Historic Places in 2009 owing to historical significance.
  • Old Town Hall

    4 Liberty Street Chester, CT 06412 United States - Phone: +1 860 526 0015
    After its restoration in the early 1970s, the Old Town Hall built in 1795 started serving as a meeting place and cultural center for the town of Chester. It is called the Chester Meeting House.
  • Thomas Hawley House

    514 Purdy Hill Road New Haven, CT 06468 United States
    The Thomas Hawley House is located at Monroe, Connecticut. The house was built in 1755 and is the last remaining structures of the Stepney’s settlement. Thomas Hawley had created farmlands from wild forest areas and he settled along with his family in Connecticut. This house got added to the National Registrar of Historic Places on April 11, 1980.
  • Whitneyville Congregational Church

    1253 Whitney Avenue Hamden, CT 06517 United States - Phone: +1 203 640 0429
    The Whitneyville Congregational Church is a magnificent church site situated in the city of Hamden in the U.S. State of Connecticut. The church building was finely constructed and established in the year 1834, and has adapted the Greek Revival style of architecture. Coming under the purview of United Church of Christ, the church stands listed on the National Register of Historic Places. 
  • Waveny Park

    677 South Avenue New Canaan, CT 06840 United States - Phone: +1 203 594 3600
    Waveny Park or Waveny House is a scenic park that boasts of beautiful ponds and trails. The structure, namely, Castle further adds to its beauty and attracts visitors from all over.
  • Hillhouse Avenue Historic District

    Hillhouse Avenue & Trumbull Street New Haven, CT 06520 United States - Phone: +1 203 777 8550
    Famously known as the "most beautiful street in America," the Hillhouse Avenue Historic District is a site that spreads over 18 acres of land. With several traditional homes located here dating to the 19th-century, the site also features homes of some renowned people. The site is worth a visit to watch the beautiful elite constructions of New Haven.

  • Hearthstone Castle

    18 Brushy Hill Road Danbury, CT 06810 United States
    Located at the Tarryville Park, the Hearthstone Castle also known as the Parks Castle is a historic site that is spread over 7.2 acres (2.9 ha) of land. This beauty was originally built to be a honeymoon cottage, and was used as  residential home for five years. The site then cam to be used as a picnic area and recreational spot for many families over the weekends. Currently the site is not accessible to the public due to safety purposes. 

  • Green Farms Elementary School

    17 Morningside Drive South Westport, CT 06880 United States - Phone: +1 203 222 3600
    Established in 1925, Green Farms Elementary School is one of the city's oldest educational institutions. Constructed in the Tudor Revival style of architecture, the regal school building is an eye-catching affair. While there have been numerous additions to the building over the years to accommodate higher number of students as well as for facilities, the original structure has been well-maintained.
  • New England Brewing Company

    175 Amity Road Woodbridge, CT 06525 United States - Phone: +1 203 387 2222
    Nestled in the small town of Woodbridge, New England Brewing Company is a microbrewery that focuses on production of German-style beers. The ingredients like malt and hops, and even the grains are sourced from Germany, to retain the authenticity of the German flavors. But lagers are not the only libations available here, they also brew delicious ales. Visitors can schedule a tour around the facility, this also includes tasting of the beers. You can also take home a growler filled with your favorite brew.
  • Grove Street Cemetery

    227 Grove Street New Haven, CT 06511 United States - Phone: +1 203 787 1443
    The Grove Street Cemetery is a National Historic Landmark dating back to 1796. Many notable historical figures from Yale and New Haven are buried here, including 14 Yale presidents. Tours are available, pointing out many of the notable Americans buried within the grounds.
  • Chapel Street & Historic District

    Chapel Street New Haven, CT 06510 United States
    Located in New Haven's historic and vibrant downtown area, and bordered by Yale University, Chapel Street and the eponymous historic district that surrounds it have been on the National Register of Historic Places since 1984. Take a stroll down the street to check out the plethora of architectural styles represented here in one of New Haven's most well known areas. Nowadays most of the buildings date from the 18th Century through the 20th Century.
  • Lighthouse Point Carousel

    2 Lighthouse Road New Haven, CT 06512 United States - Phone: +1 203 777 8550(Tourist Information)
    Located in New Haven's scenic Lighthouse Point Park, this historic carousel dates back to 1916. With over 70 characters to choose from, as well as two chariots, you can take a spin on ornate horses and camels. Make sure you look out for George Washington conducting the orchestra as you make your way around. No trip to this park is complete without a ride on the carousel.
  • Dolly Madison Restaurant

    73 West Wharf Road Madison, CT 06443 United States - Phone: +1 203 245 7377
    This is a delightful informal restaurant with a family friendly atmosphere, which can accommodate large or small parties for special or everyday occasions. The country-style dining area offers hearty servings of American classic favorites ranging from steak and pasta to seafood platters. Desserts are plentiful and a short walk to the nearby wharf serves as an excellent finale to the meal. The restaurant adjoins the Dolly Madison Inn and is located in Madison, a 20 minute drive on I-95 North, exit 61.
  • Cafe Allegre

    725 Boston Post Road Madison, CT 06443 United States - Phone: +1 203 245 7773
    This café's inviting entrance beckons you to dine in a romantic atmosphere where Italian specialties are served with beautiful presentation. Seafood, meats and pastas are carefully prepared with a touch of the nouvelle, and the facilities are perfect for large or intimate parties. Located in the heart of Madison's charming downtown, the restaurant is only a short 20-minute drive from downtown New Haven, off Interstate 95 North, at exit 61.
  • Anna Liffey's

    17 Whitney Avenue New Haven, CT 06510 United States - Phone: +1 203 773 1776
    This pub opened its doors in 1997, was voted best new bar in New Haven in 1998, and still reigns as the best Irish bar around. Known for its Guinness on tap (perfect temperature, perfect pressure), the lack of a TV in the bar and a diverse crowd makes Anna's a crowd-pleasing Irish pub. Enjoy typical, hearty pub fare in the parlor, with specials ranging from Shepherd's Pie and lamb stew to a full Irish breakfast. The community seating and friendly decor help this pub remain a neighborhood favorite. Enjoy live music on occasion.
  • Sports Haven

    600 Long Wharf Drive New Haven, CT 6511 United States - Phone: +1 203 946 3201
    This is heaven for any sports waging fan! Enjoy a state-of-the-art simulcast theater where you can watch and wager on the best thoroughbred, harness and greyhound racing and jai-alai on four high resolution movie-sized screens. Races from all around the country are viewable from screens to personal television sets in the balcony restaurant and clubhouse. If you need a break, relax at the bar located in the center of the complex, where a 2,800-gallon aquarium filled with exotic sharks entertains. Admission is restricted to age 18 and over.
  • J.P Dempsey's

    974 State Street New Haven, CT 06511 United States - Phone: +1 203 624 5991
    Unassuming from the outside but warm and inviting on the inside, J.P Dempsey's is a neighborhood favorite known for piling on the food. The kitchen, although amazingly small, whips up dozens of dishes and daily specials, from appetizers and sandwiches to steaks and pastas. Make sure you don't forget to throw your peanut shells on the floor; it's de rigueur here! When the weather is nice, there is a small patio out in front that serves as a great place to watch the neighborhood go by.
  • Union League Cafe

    1032 Chapel Street New Haven, CT 06510 United States - Phone: +1 203 562 4299
    The finest French food in New Haven can be found at this romantic dining spot; the service is attentive and you can enjoy classic cuisine seated at linen-covered tables by a roaring fire. Housed in the historic Sherman building (named after the first city mayor), the beautiful stained glass windows are reminiscent of Tiffany, and the dark, warm decor makes it a splendid place to eat, regardless of the occasion. Try canard roti, poires au vin (seared marinated duck breast with red wine and black currant poached pears, braised chestnuts and celeriac.)
  • Tre Scalini

    100 Wooster Street New Haven, CT 06511 United States - Phone: +1 203 777 3373
    Warm and welcoming in a provincial setting, this restaurant offers innovative Italian cuisine and claims to serve the best grilled portobello mushrooms around. Situated on Little Italy's Wooster Street, the restaurant offers luxurious eating at moderate prices. Reservations are recommended for weekends, but feel free to saunter in during the weekday--you will be sure to enjoy a memorable meal. New Haveners voted Tre Scalini Numero Uno for best Italian.
  • Sally's Apizza

    237 Wooster Street New Haven, CT 06511 United States - Phone: +1 203 624 5271
    OK, OK, so it is arguable who has the best pizza in New Haven (and maybe the world). But after trying the "sublime" white clam pizza pie, you will have to decide for yourself, or ask former President Clinton, who used to hang out at Sally's as a young Yale law student. The age-old competition between Sally's, Pepe's Pizzeria up the block, and Modern's Apizza has been brutal. So get in line and see for yourself how delizioso Sally's pies can be!
  • Zinc

    964 Chapel Street New Haven, CT 06510 United States - Phone: +1 203 624 0507
    The first thing you will notice after entering the wide doors with door pulls in the shape of a "Z," is the very cool, chic interior, where minimalist and sleek go hand in hand. Located just a few steps from the Chapel Street shopping area and the financial district, Zinc boasts a view of the New Haven Green from the zinc-plated community table, serving limited edition wine and a fresh-market, fusion-inspired menu. Live jazz is played on Saturday nights.
  • Bangkok Gardens

    172 York Street New Haven, CT 06511 United States - Phone: +1 203 789 8684
    Are you in the mood for fantastic Thai food (try the famous Crispy Duck or Pad Thai) and people watching at the same time? Ask for seating in the atrium section of this popular Yale-area bistro, located across the street from the Yale Repertory Theatre. The crowd is diverse and chatty, the delicious servings are more than adequate, and the friendly staff is willing to pack it up to take home. No wonder New Haveners think Bangkok Gardens is the best Thai food in town. Check out the vegetarian offerings. Catering available.
  • Archie Moore's

    188 1/2 Willow Street New Haven, CT 06511 United States - Phone: +1 203 773 9870
    In the shadow of East Rock, this 100-year-old eatery has a cozy bar with a lively atmosphere, which can be a little raucous at times. But it is where you meet up with friendly locals and chow down on the "best Buffalo wings" outside of Buffalo. Unpretentious but hearty victuals like sandwiches and burgers are served until late. The pub also has locations in Fairfield and Milford.
  • Adriana's Restaurant

    771 Grand Avenue New Haven, CT 06511 United States - Phone: +1 203 865 6474
    There is lots of friendly competition among the Italian restaurants in New Haven, but this one has continued to hold its own in the city for over a decade. The menu includes great veal specialties and an endless selection of classic favorite Italian dishes. The "wedding cake" decor and personable wait-staff make it a great place for a genuine Italian meal. It is a perfect location for a business lunch or a family celebration, with everyone's favorite pasta dishes up for the choosing.
  • Akasaka

    1450 Whalley Avenue New Haven, CT 06515 United States - Phone: +1 203 387 4898
    Behind the unpretentious plaza location and simple storefront facade is a bustling sushi bar that also serves traditional Japanese cuisine. Located a few minutes drive from the Yale campus in Westville, an urban neighborhood in New Haven, this restaurant is popular with locals as well as visitors. And the reason is unanimous: the fresh food and warm, friendly chef make this sushi bar a hit.
  • Frank Pepe's Pizzeria

    157 Wooster Street New Haven, CT 06511 United States - Phone: +1 203 865 5762
    Although there is no stylish decor, the service can be inconsistent, and the wait an inconvenience, this pizzeria is worth every bit of hassle. This is where you go to experience the best pizza in New Haven (always competing with Sally's Apizza, down the street), if not the world. Pepe's claims to have introduced pizza to the New World and has been making pizza a local legend since 1925. There is nothing like the amazing white clam pizza pie, or the other coal-fired, oven-baked combinations at this legendary pizzeria. No slices; you order by the pie.
  • Brazi's

    201 Food Terminal Plaza New Haven, CT 6511 United States - Phone: +1 203 498 2488
    Despite Brazi's tricky location on a loading dock, this restaurant's proximity to the Long Wharf Theater makes it a great place to grab a before or after-theater lunch or dinner. It is one of New Haven's premier Italian restaurants, specializing in pasta favorites as well as veal, chicken and fresh seafood, and the well-known pizza prepared in wood burning brick ovens. The restaurant is a family friendly, fun place, offering a whimsical ice-cream-parlor decor where you can relax and enjoy a casual culinary experience.
  • Louis' Lunch

    261-263 Crown Street New Haven, CT 06511 United States - Phone: +1 203 562 5507
    Yet another first for New Haven: not only did the city introduce pizza to America, it is also home of the hamburger, introduced to the world by this diner in 1900. If you drive or walk by too quickly, you might miss this small, unpretentious, cottage-like building tucked away along the bustling street. But on the inside, New Haveners enjoy "a bomb" of a burger, so good that ketchup and mustard are no-no's. The burgers are grilled vertically for the best taste possible, and if you ask nicely, you might get a slice of cheese. Maybe. This is a classic New Haven landmark not to be missed!
  • Claire's Corner Copia

    1000 Chapel Street New Haven, CT 06510 United States - Phone: +1 203 562 3888
    This long-lived Mecca for Yale students and other fans of fresh vegetarian specialties has been a perennial "Best of New Haven" winner for its soups, salads and sandwiches, and its desserts and pastries are renowned around campus. There is always a long wait at lunchtime, so get there early and order fast; the place is packed. Convenient to the shopping area of Chapel Street, to the New Haven green, and to the Yale campus.
  • Senor Panchos

    883 Whalley Avenue New Haven, CT 06515 United States - Phone: +1 203 397 3300
    No time to get to Mexico while in Westville? Try authentic Mexican cuisine at this family-friendly restaurant, which also offers mariachi music as you sip your margarita. The restaurant serves up Mexican classics in a festive, south-of-the-border atmosphere. Westville is only a few minutes drive from the downtown New Haven area.
  • Yale Cabaret

    217 Park Street New Haven, CT 06511 United States - Phone: +1 203 432 1566
    Since the curtain rose in 1968, some of the Yale School of Drama's most notorious alums, including John Turturro, Meryl Streep, Angela Bassett, Tony Shaloub and Frances McDormund (to drop a few names) have performed on the stage of the Cabaret, housed in the basement of a beautiful Gothic building on the Yale campus. There is always something exciting on stage and a good chance that someone involved in the production will be famous someday. As a bonus, it all comes with good food and drink.
  • Rainbow Cafe

    1022 Chapel Street New Haven, CT 06510 United States - Phone: +1 203 777 2390
    This downstairs nook seems unimpressive at first, decorated with Pepto-Bismol pink walls and hand-painted stencils, but upon closer exam you see massive servings of breakfast burritos, burgers, grilled sandwiches, salads and sinful desserts being whisked around the room, crowded with students and business people. Order your meal at the counter, then the wait staff will serve it to you. You must bus your own table after you eat at this New Haven institution, and no tipping is necessary.m
  • Esteva American Cafe

    25 Whitfield Street Guilford, CT 06437 United States - Phone: +1 203 458 1300
    This New York style bistro is located in a charming Victorian building overlooking the historic Guilford Green, just 20 minutes east of New Haven. Inside, the decor and menu is definitely appetizing. The menu varies widely, changing about four times a year, but it always surprises, serving an eclectic mix of contemporary and traditional American cuisine. For al fresco dining in the summer, request the patio, where the outdoor sculpture garden will delight you.
  • Su Casa

    400 East Main Street Branford, CT 06405 United States - Phone: +1 203 481 5001
    This resto-bar has been going strong for 30 years in neighboring Branford. It continues to be packed every night of the week for the Mexican-American specialties served in enormous portions at reasonable prices. The decor includes authentic Mexican ceramics, artwork, artifacts and soothing lighting, all of which help to create a warm and intimate atmosphere. On some nights a guitarist plays softly in the background. If you do not feel like Enchiladas, "gringo" food is available on the extensive menu. Great bar, great margaritas. Su Casa is available for parties; patio open in warm weather.
  • Book Trader

    1140 Chapel Street New Haven, CT 06511 United States - Phone: +1 203 787 6147
    When moseying along Chapel Street, stop into this popular student (but not exclusively) hangout. Here, it's a toss up between what's more fun; the excellent selection of homemade soups, salads and sandwiches, gourmet coffees and sweet pastries, or the titles that cover almost every subject known to publishing. Sunny seating makes this a cozy stop in any season, and a great place to peek into when downtown.
  • Brü Rm at BAR

    254 Crown Street New Haven, CT 06511 United States - Phone: +1 203 495 1111
    This converted garage turned hip bar, microbrewery and dance club has upscale recreation room written all over it. Cowhide couches, soft, beaten-up sofas and a pool table all suggest that you relax and hang out with friends for a few drinks and noshes. Grab the renowned, paper-thin brick oven pizza, or cool, contemporary dishes next door at the connected Brü Rm, where second story eating offers views of New Haven street life. Huge copper vats of beer is on display and live music, DJs, dancing and wild nights sprinkle the calendar.
  • Zhang's

    44 Boston Post Road Madison, CT 06443 United States - Phone: +1 203 245 3300
    Fairly new to the shoreline area, Zhang's already has a remarkable following making it one of the hottest restaurants in the Madison and Guilford area, especially on the weekends. There is an abundance of delicious, beautifully prepared Chinese delicacies like the Jumbo Shrimp with Walnut, replete with a white Marnier sauce, and Crispy Orange Beef. Japanese specialties like Donburi, Udon and sushi to die for are all served by a friendly wait staff. The atmosphere is warm but low key, and on a Saturday night, the place is packed and the mood is almost raucous! Try a combination of Chinese and Japanese favorites and you won't be disappointed! Excellent cuisine with reasonable prices.
  • Darbar India

    1070 Main Street Branford, CT 06405 United States - Phone: +1 203 481 8994
    If you are in the mood for exquisitely prepared Indian cuisine, slip off to exotic India for the day at Dabar's in nearby Branford. Try an elegant but reasonable business dinner or a buffet lunch that offers a variety of authentic Indian dishes, specializing in Tandoori cooking, vegetarian cuisine, and curry selections. Finish off your meal with mango ice cream or traditional cheese patties. Darbar also features a buffet in the afternoons on Friday and Saturday. Voted Best Indian Restaurant in New Haven County by Connecticut Magazine.
  • Amato's Apizza Restaurant

    858 State Street New Haven, CT 06511 United States - Phone: +1 203 562 2760
    There are 6 full pages of pizzerias listed in the New Haven phone book, and that doesn't include the immediate suburbs of the city, either. Pizza was founded here, and the famous pizzerias still serve up the best around, but with heavy duty competition from all the others, making New Haven the Pizza capital of the country. Sure, New York City "does" pizza, but for a city of its size, New Haven does it far better. There's even an annual city-wide competition; making pizza big business here. So, try a slice or two at Amato's and you won't be disappointed.
  • Est Est Est

    1176 Chapel Street New Haven, CT 06511 United States - Phone: +1 203 777 2059
    Pizza was founded in New Haven, and the famous pizzerias still serve up the best around, but even with heavy duty competition from all the others, Est Est Est holds its own. So, try a slice here almost around the clock, and you won't be disappointed, especially if you order another Italian specialty with your pie. Enjoy outdoor seating in summer, as it's perfect place for people watching. They also offer free delivery, and catering is available.
  • Abate Apizza and Restaurant

    129 Wooster Street New Haven, CT 06511 United States - Phone: +1 203 776 4334
    Located amongst other fine Italian restaurants and pizzerias in New Haven's "Little Italy", Abate's boasts the proud slogan of being the president's favorite restaurant- assuming it is either Bill Clinton or George W. Bush- both alumni of nearby Yale University. Classic Italian in a friendly, warm atmosphere, Abate's serves up every kind of Italian soup, appetizer, salad and pizza to whet your whistle. Or try a more substantial chicken, pork, veal or beef meal. The choices are endless, the menu complete.
  • Sono Bana Japanese Restaurant

    1206 Dixwell Avenue Hamden, CT 06517 United States - Phone: +1 203 281 4542
    Awarded by Connecticut Magazine for the best Japanese chow around, Sono Bana lives up to all expectations. They offer a wide variety of authentic sushi, teriyaki, udon, soba, tempura and yakisoba dishes. A special touch is the lunch and dinner box-to-go: combinations of your favorite sushi, salads and meats prepared for the person on the run. If you stay to eat, the serene ambiance and Japanese décor will complete your oriental dining experience, and at just a few minutes north of downtown New Haven, this eatery is a popular place come lunchtime.
  • Thai Taste

    1151 Chapel Street New Haven, CT 06511 United States - Phone: +1 203 776 9802
    Thai Taste's, on the lower floor of the Hotel Duncan, is easy to access, even if you're not staying at the hotel. The Royal Thai government agrees that Thai Taste is one of the best Thai restaurants in the Tri-State area. Come on down and explore Thai favorites like chicken satay and various fried rice dishes or choose one of the more exotic offerings, like rabbit or frog. Vegetarian specialties, seafood and hot and spicy curries also grace the menu.
  • Modern Apizza

    874 State Street New Haven, CT 06517 United States - Phone: +1 203 776 5306
    It's not easy to make it to number one in a city (let alone the world) where the pizzeria competition is brutal. But Modern Apizza has won many accolades since its inception in 1934. They have also received acclaim for having the freshest ingredients and friendliest service among its competitors. A must-try here is "The Bomb" variety; topped with bacon, pepperoni, sausage, mushroom, onion and garlic. A lot of flavors are sure to explode in your mouth.
  • Bernard's

    20 West Lane Ridgefield, CT 06877 United States - Phone: +1 203 438 8282
    Conveniently tucked in the historic Ridgefield, this ancient eatery serves up some contemporary cuisine. The elegant and airy Bernard's is suitable both for intimate romantic dates and social gatherings alike. If you stop by on a Thursday or Friday, groove to live Jazz beats while you enjoy your meal; and on Saturday, to piano music. The restaurant offers both a children's menu as well as a garden menu. Don't forget to dig into some splendid dessert after your meal, the Apple Tart Anise Ice Cream is delicious.
  • Café on the Green

    100 Aunt Hack Road Danbury, CT 06811 United States - Phone: +1 203 791 0369
    Rated by the 2003 Zagat Survey as one of the 'Best Restaurants of Danbury', Cafe Green offers some authentic European food. Surrounded by the luscious, well manicured lawns of the Richter Park golf course, it offers quite a sight along with a fine dining experience. The restaurant, with its classy decor and amicable service, is the ideal venue for social gatherings. The menu essentially consists of Northern Italian cuisine with a full selection of appetizers entrées and desserts. The restaurant has won the Award of Excellence by the Wine Spectator Magazine in 2005, so don't forget to take your pick from this award-winning selection.
  • Piazza Bistro Italiano (La)

    65 Broadway New Haven, CT 06511 United States
    Located in the heart of Yale's campus, this restaurant serves contemporary Italian cuisine. You can either spend the evening at the full bar, lounge or patio. Also, dinner is served till midnight from Monday to Saturday and the bar area is available for private parties and special events. If a casual dining experience is what you're looking for, you will certainly get it at La Piazza. Call for hours.
  • Morton's, The Steakhouse

    377 North State Street Stamford, CT 06901 United States - Phone: +1 203 324 3939
    This upscale eatery serves some of the best steak dishes in the city. Porterhouse, Double Porterhouse, Double Cut Filet Mignon, New York Strip - all feature on the menu. You can whet your appetite beforehand with seafood appetizers such as Lobster Bisque, Bluepoint Oysters on the Half Shell, and Smoked Pacific Salmon. Among the desserts, your best choice would be the sinfully indulgent Chocolate Velvet Cake - it will prepare you for the toll that dining here takes on your wallet! Call for open hours.
  • Consiglio's

    165 Wooster Street New Haven, CT 06511 United States - Phone: +1 203 865 4489
    This restaurant has maintained a long-standing tradition of fine food in a romantic and friendly atmosphere since its establishment in 1938. Italian immigrants Annuziata and Salvatore Consiglio brought Old World flavors to New Haven with their Southern Italian fare made with only the freshest ingredients, and though it was originally a mere extension of the Consiglio's kitchen, the years have brought many renovations to the family owned and operated eatery. Take your taste buds on a tour of Italy with favorites such as the homemade cavatelli, or the Italian Peasant Pork. Prices can be steep for the dinner entrées, but with such a broad selection of wine and hefty food portions, Consiglio's has long established itself as a local favorite in this college town, so be sure to make a reservation.
  • Saigon City

    1180 Chapel Street New Haven, CT 06511 United States - Phone: +1 203 865 5033
    The ambiance of this restaurant is peaceful, with orchid-colored walls adorned with plants, pink tablecloths covered with white paper, and oriental pictures. Patrons can choose the level of spice from three different star ratings and the ingredients are fresh. Specialties include Lime Chicken, Saigon Sound Pancake, Ginger Squid, and Vietnamese Special Salad.
  • Lenny & Joe's Fish Tale

    1301 Boston Post Road Madison, CT 06413 United States - Phone: +1 203 245 7289
    Lenny & Joe's Fish Tale in Madison has been delighting customers since 1979 with mounds of fresh scallops, scrod, shrimp, clams, crabs and lobster. This casual restaurant is great for people of all ages and is particularly child friendly with the outdoor ice cream stand and carousel (all proceeds go to local charities). Fish Tale is packed every night during the summer as it's not far from Hammonasset State Park, not to mention even packing customers in on weekends in the winter. Go to the counter, order and pay, find yourself a table, pick up your tray and enjoy some of the best local seafood. There is also a lobster stand open daily in summer and on weekends in the winter months. Don't forget to pick up a t-shirt (they change yearly) for only $6 that tells everyone you ate there as well as making a fashion statement. There is also the sit-down restaurant Lenny & Joe's in Westbrook, just five miles up the road.
  • Lucibello's

    935 Grand Avenue New Haven, CT 06511 United States - Phone: +1 203 562 4083
    A taste of Italian pastries can be had at Lucibello's, one of New Haven's great Italian bakeries. Come in to try some of the greatest baked goods on this side of the Atlantic at this small, family-owned and operated business. One of the best times of year to visit is in March when zeppole (a ring-shaped puff pastry with ricotta-based vanilla or chocolate fillings) are available around the feast day of St Joseph (March 19) and an all-year favorite are the sfogliatelle, a flaky pastry in a clam-shell shape filled with custard or creamy ricotta. During summer months, fresh Italian ice is for sale. Buon appetito!
  • Café Goodfellas

    758 State Street New Haven, CT 06511 United States - Phone: +1 203 758 8722
    As guessed, the name of this Italian restaurant is in fact derived from the classic 'Goodfellas'. Café Goodfellas, along with serving fine Italian-American food has quite a few other Italian influences scattered round the place. The television, for instance, always plays classic Italian movies. While that unique experience is during the day, no sooner does twilight appear and the place is turned into a night-club, fully equipped with disco balls and live DJs. The menu has the traditional mix of salads, pastas, pizzas made using salmon, chicken pork, etc along with wine, of course. Go dining based on which setting suits you best.
  • Olive Garden

    36 Backus Avenue Danbury, CT 06810 United States - Phone: +1 203 743 2144
    Italian cuisine and hospitality are the two aspects that Olive Garden Italian restaurant focuses on. The chefs are specially trained in the restaurant's school in Italy so that they can dish out authentic and delicious Italian fare. The setting of the restaurant is extremely simple, and aimed at making you feel completely at home. The service is prompt and hospitable. The menu boasts of a selection of Italian delicacies and a large wine collection for a sumptuous Italian dining experience.
  • Jim Barbarie's Restaurant

    47 Padanaram Road Danbury, CT 06811 United States - Phone: +1 203 743 3287
    Jim Barbarie's Restaurant is a family owned restaurant that has been delighting the people of the Greater Danbury area since 1961. Their menu comprises of everything from appetizers, sandwiches, burgers, steak and loads more. Other than being a restaurant Barbarie's provides live entertainment and dancing on Saturdays. You can also hold parties and functions at Barbarie's, up to 130 guests can be accommodated. Their expert staff will help you make your function a success. Impeccable service is their motto. It is 'the' place to be at, when in Danbury.
  • Sesame Seed Restaurant

    68 West Wooster Street Danbury, CT 06810 United States - Phone: +1 203 743 9850
    Danbury sure has a whole choice of cuisine to offer—Sesame Seed in Danbury gives you a taste of the Middle East. It has been satiating the craving of the people, for Middle Eastern cuisine, for more than 30 years. The Middle Eastern fare includes Turkish, Afgani, Israeli, Lebanese and Persian cuisines. That's right, you have a whole lot to choose from. You can also treat loved ones at Sesame Seed, as they have facilities to hold parties and banquets. So, what are you waiting for? Go and indulge!
  • Tandoor

    1226 Chapel Street New Haven, CT 06511 United States - Phone: +1 203 776 6620
    'Tandoor' actually means an Indian traditional stove used for cooking. Very apt to it's name 'Tandoor' comes up with delicious and sumptuous Indian dishes that will surely whet your appetite. Delicacies like 'Daal Makhani' and 'Paneer Masala' are made with choicest spices and fresh ingredients. Savor scrumptious Indian cuisine in an atmosphere that is clean and hygienic. The courteous waiting staff is prompt and the service is very remarkable.
  • China Cafe

    592 Congress Avenue New Haven, CT 06519 United States - Phone: +1 203 562 8448
    If you like food that is simple but high on taste and quality then China Cafe is the place for you. Serving sumptuous and delicious Chinese fare, this eatery is well-known for its quick and prompt service. Gorge on classic Chinese dishes at this no-smoking diner. This place provides for a healthy and clean environment to it's guest, so that they can enjoy a full filing and nourishing meal. Alcohol is not served and they accept only cash.
  • Athenian Diner

    1426 Whalley Avenue New Haven, CT 06517 United States - Phone: +1 203 397 1556
    Open 24/7, the Athenian Diner serves an array of delectable delights. Right from Italian classics to light soups and salads, there is so much on offer that you will have a tough time deciding what to order. The courteous and prompt waiters will help and guide you through the extensive menu. The 'Boiled Salmon Fillet in Butter Sauce', is a must have while 'Roast Virginia Style Ham', cannot be missed. There are so many things on offer that you will be compelled to visit this place again and again.
  • Clark`s Pizza and Restaurant

    68 Whitney Avenue New Haven, CT 06510 United States - Phone: +1 203 776 8465
    Italian and Greek cuisine needs no introduction and same is the case with Clark`s Pizza and Restaurant. Serving sumptuous pizza and other delights, this is one of the most frequented diner in New Haven. Savor a 'Meatloaf Plate' or 'Wrapped Double Quarter Pounder'. This diner is well-known for Greek cuisine and delicacies like 'Grilled Baby Beef Liver', 'Chicken Souvlaki' and 'Beef Giro' are featured in the extensive menu.
  • India Palace Restaurant

    65 Howe Street New Haven, CT 06511 United States - Phone: +1 203 776 9010
    Indian cuisine is well-known and much liked world-over. The India Palace Restaurant is home to sumptuous and delicious Indian delicacies like 'Daal Makhani' and 'Chhole'. Savor the finger-licking yummy dishes in a calm and soothing ambiance. The soft music that plays in the background engulfs you and helps you relax. Gorge on an exotic meal that is prepared with choicest and good-quality spices and ingredients. The place truly gives an authentic taste of India to it's diners.
  • Nardelli's Grinder Shoppe

    87 Maple Street Naugatuck, CT 06770 United States - Phone: +1 203 729 9470
    Established in 1922, Nardelli's Grinder Shoppe in Naugatuck serves up authentic Italian grinders, hot or cold. The favorite here is the Italian Combo (capocola, salami and pruzitini) topped with one of their special marinades. Don't forget to tip your sandwich-makers; you'll be applauded with a boisterous "Grazie!" There are three other shops in the area with two in Waterbury and one in Southbury.
  • Cupcake Truck (The)

    165 Church Street New Haven, CT 06510 United States - Phone: +1 203 675 3965
    Freely roaming the Downtown New Haven area, the Cupcake Truck is a convenient way to get your delicious daily fix of Red Velvet, Chocolate Ruin, Lemon Meringue or Loco Coconut cupcakes. If you are just after a hardcore sugar rush, try a frosting shot of your favorite Cupcake Truck frosting. All cupcakes are made with premium ingredients and can even be delivered right to your door (if you get four dozen or more). Hours and locations of the truck vary, so call ahead or check their website for the day's parking spot in the city.
  • Stockbridge's Gourmet Cheesecakes & Delectables

    509A Howe Avenue Shelton, CT 06484 United States - Phone: +1 203 924 7853
    Fans of cheesecake and other sweet treats will love stopping by Stockbridge's Gourmet Cheesecakes & Delectables in Shelton. With over 50 flavors of cheesecake, you will never be tired of their cheesecakes! Try the Irish Cream, Sweet Potato or Cranberry Orange cheesecakes for a taste of something other than your average cheesecake. Or, if you are looking for something other than cheesecake, Stockbridge's Gourmet Cheesecakes & Delectables also offers a wide variety of cakes, scones, brownies, cookies, and pies. Desserts and sweets aside, enjoy quiche, sandwiches, and delicious breakfast dishes made-to-order.
  • Caseus Fromagerie and Bistro

    93 Whitney Avenue New Haven, CT 06510 United States - Phone: +1 203 624 3373
    Do you enjoy all things cheese, seasonal contemporary cuisine and the Quebecois classic poutine? Look no further than Caseus in New Haven. Caseus offers a traditional sit-down bistro open for lunch and dinner Monday through Saturday. Dishes include the classic steak frites, moules frites and even local specialties like lobster pie. Unique food items are also sold at the bistro, including chocolates, cheeses, olives, oils and more.
  • Marisa's Ristorante

    6540 Main Street Trumbull, CT 06611 United States - Phone: +1 203 459 4225
    If you like a slice of comedy along with your pizza or lasagna, Marisa's Ristorante in Trumbull offers family-style Italian favorites. If you are looking for more traditional American steakhouse fare, there's filet mignon, pan-seared scallops, and prime rib. There's often live music or stand-up comedy, so check their schedule for the lineup of performers. Stop by for lunch or dinner!
  • Savin Rock Roasting Company

    291 Captain Thomas Boulevard West Haven, CT 06516 United States - Phone: +1 203 932 0100
    Savin Rock Roasting Company is conveniently located right by the famous boardwalk in West Haven. While there you can grab a sandwich, steak or some delicious local seafood. During the evening, there are often live performances from local musicians or comedians.
  • Oaxaca Kitchen

    228 College Street New Haven, CT 06510 United States - Phone: +1 203 859 5774
    Oaxaca Kitchen is the brainchild of renowned chef Prasad Chirnomula of the Thali Indian restaurants fame. With an expansion into Latin flavors Chirnomula takes pride in the Oaxaca menu that offers a delectable Mexican fare but with an Indian twist. Relish the mouthwatering quesadillas, tacos and Molcajete, that will create a wonderful dance of spices in your mouth. Dine in this charming space that exudes an earthy ambiance as you savor the spices.
  • Pacifico New Haven

    220 College Street New Haven, CT 06511 United States - Phone: +1 203 772 4002
    For those who would like delectable fare of seafood blended with vibrant Latin flavors, a stop at Pacifico is a must. Located in the heart of Downtown New Haven, the shades of blue that decorate the entrance as well as the interiors will cocoon you in an oceanic ambiance. Relish in dishes like crispy whole sea bass, lobster quesadillas or caramelized salmon. Complement your food with some of their CT magazine prize-winning Mojitos.
  • Carmen Anthony Steakhouse of New Haven

    660 State Street New Haven, CT 06511 United States - Phone: +1 203 773 1444
    Carmen Anthony Steakhouse of New Haven belongs to the Carmen Anthony Steakhouse & Fishhouse chain spread across different cities in Connecticut. This restaurant located in Downtown New Haven is the second steakhouse established by the group. This steakhouse takes pride in their steaks made of the delicious Angus beef, that have won the 'Best Steak' award by the Connecticut Magazine. Complement your meat with a delicious bourbon or cognac. The restaurant begins serving dinner daily after 4p.
  • Christopher Martin's Dining Room

    860 State Street New Haven, CT 06511 United States - Phone: +1 203 776 8835
    In business for more than 20 years, Christopher Martin's dining Room has been offering guests a delectable blend of Mediterranean and Italian cuisines. Their delighted patrons keep coming back for the modern flavors this place has to offer. Enjoy the poultry, meat and seafood made from the freshest catch. Accompany your meal with a delectable wine from their extensive collection. The chef's love to surprise their guests with a refreshing menu every season, so do try out their best dishes of the time.
  • Geronimo Southwest Grill & Tequila Bar

    271 Crown Street New Haven, CT 06511 United States - Phone: +1 203 777 7700
    Geronimo Southwest Grill & Tequila Bar offers a delectable array of Southwestern flavors. The restaurant is named after the fearless Apache warrior Geronimo, whose bones are rumored to rest in New Haven. The cuisine served here amalgamates cooking traditions of the Native Americans, Mexicans, Spaniards and the English settlers, giving it a modern flair. Guests can choose from their extensive menu comprising of tacos, quesadillas, ribs, mac and cheese, burritos and more. Enjoy your evenings with your friends at Geronimo having a tequila blast.
  • Heirloom

    1157 Chapel Street New Haven, CT 06511 United States - Phone: +1 203 503 3919
    Located within the The Study at Yale hotel, Heirloom offers a tantalizing cuisine from New England with a contemporary twist. Relish the roast chicken, duck breast, steak and dumplings made from locally sourced meat. Oyster lovers can feast at the Oyster bar. Those lodging within the hotel can gorge on the delectable dishes from the menu in the warmth of their cozy rooms. Heirloom begins serving its guests dinner from 5p everyday.
  • L'Orcio

    806 State Street New Haven, CT 06511 United States - Phone: +1 203 777 6670
    L'Orcio was established in 2003 by Francesco d’Amuri and his spouse Alison De Renzi, a couple who moved to New Haven from Florence, Italy to spread the flavors of this delectable cuisine among Americans. While dining in this restaurant you can take in the history of the Thomas Kelly House from the late 1880s, within which the restaurant is located. Relish the flavors of the delightful herbs and sauces inside the elegant restaurant or on the breezy patio. If you are not in the mood to eat, you can just stop by for a few cocktails.
  • Greek Olive (The)

    402 Sargent Drive New Haven, CT 06511 United States - Phone: +1 203 495 9990
    Enjoy the pleasant flavors from the Mediterranean at The Greek Olive. Along with delectable Greek specials and Italian delights, you can also gorge on their local dishes like burgers, subs, sandwiches, wraps and hotdogs with a Mediterranean flair. Dig in to their salads made of fresh vegetables and tender meat mixed with tantalizing sauces. To get a taste of their best preparations, choose from their daily specials.
  • Leon's

    344 Washington Avenue New Haven, CT 06473 United States - Phone: +1 203 562 5366
    Leon's is not a merely a business, but a family tradition that began in 1938. The food prepared blends together various herbs and sauces with high quality meat, seafood and poultry, creating a wonderful amalgamation of flavors. Do try out the chef's renowned dishes: Pork Tenderloin Calabrese Gypsy Chicken and Pane Cotto. Enjoy the delectable fares while seated in the cozy, amicable ambiance of the restaurant. Open seven days a week till late night, drop in at Leo's for breakfast, lunch or dinner.
  • Goose American Bistro & Bar (The)

    972 Boston Post Road New Haven, CT 06820 United States - Phone: +1 203 656 2600
    The Goose American Bistro & Bar offers guests a fine dining experience. Established in 2010, The Goose serves its guests classical American fares of sandwiches, mac and cheese, steaks, burgers and ribs. Seafood lovers can gorge on fresh catch at the raw bar. Visit this place on a Friday to enjoy a soothing acoustic performance while your devour your meal. In the afternoons guests can drop in for a lite snack from their bar menu and follow it up with a filling dinner, which is served from 5p daily.
  • Waters Edge at Giovanni's (The)

    2748 Boston Post Road Darien, CT 06820 United States - Phone: +1 203 325 9979

    The Waters Edge at Giovanni's was established by an Italian immigrant Giovanni Gabriele in 1987. The Waters Edge, a steakhouse, is a great place to drop in to dine or host your private event, be it a business meeting, wedding or a small private celebration party.Their wine room 'Cantina Giovanni' offers a great private space for a formal meeting; guest can sit around an elegant marble table while surrounded by an extensive variety of wines. Located by the bank of the Holly Pond, this is a wonderful place to celebrate your wedding.

  • Morello Italian Bistro

    253 Greenwich Avenue Greenwich, CT 06830 United States - Phone: +1 203 661 3443
    While visiting Greenwich, drop in at Morello Italian Bistro for a wonderful Italian experience. Morello is one of the gems in Marlon Abela Restaurant Corporation, that manages a range of acclaimed restaurants in prominent cities of New York, Boston and London. The menu at Morello features traditional Italian  cuisine blended well with Mediterranean recipes and Contemporary flavors. The restaurant is decorated in hues of brown, with arched entrances and pillars that resemble gorgeous woodwork, giving the place a warm feel of the Mediterranean. On weekends relish your brunch fare as you relax in this fine setting.
  • Polpo

    554 Old Post Road Greenwich, CT 06830 United States - Phone: +1 203 629 1999
    Nestled in a commercial locality of Greenwich, Poplo is a great place to drop in for an Italian meal. Try out the salads, ravioli, Chitarra Bolognese, Spaghetti Al Sugo D’ Pomodoro and Pollo Bianco. Give your meal a sweet finish with one of their homemade desserts; try out the heavenly tiramisu, mousse, tart or the rich sinful cheesecake, creme brule and apple pie. Enjoy a drink at the piano bar while listening to some relaxing melodies. The restaurant is well equipped with internet access and audio visual equipment, making it an ideal venue for a business meeting.
  • Restaurant Jean-Louis

    61 Lewis Street Greenwich, CT 06832 United States - Phone: +1 203 622 8450 / +1 203 570 2749
    Restaurant Jean-Louis is the eponymous eating outlet of the renowned chef John Louis. Established in 1985, this acclaimed restaurant is run and managed by Louis and his wife Linda. John the executive chef brings in great innovation to the classical French fare. It is no wonder then, that this restaurant has received various honors by Zagat, Wine Spectator, San Diego Chronicle, New York Times and many more publications. Jean Louis has even won the James Beard Award for The Best Chef Northeast in 2006. Do visit this restaurant to try out the concoctions made by these expert hands.
  • Ginger Man (The)

    64 Greenwich Avenue Greenwich, CT 06830 United States - Phone: +1 203 861 6400
    Established in 2002, The Ginger Man is well loved for its casual yet elegant ambiance. The menu features a typical American fare of burgers, steaks, fish and chips, roasted chicken, barbecue and sandwiches. Spread across two floors, this restaurant offers ample of dining options. Guests relishing their meal in the dining room can enjoy the warmth of the fireplace. You can also enjoy a drink at their long bar made entirely of wood. The Avenue Room upstairs, offers a cozy place to gorge on your food in privacy. Though the kitchen shuts early, the bar remains open till late night. Guests can begin their relaxing Sundays with a brunch from The Ginger Man.
  • Meigas Restaurant

    10 Wall Street Norwalk, CT 06850 United States - Phone: +1 203 866 8800
    Nestled in the heart of Norwalk, Meigas Restaurant offers tantalizing Spanish cuisine. 'Meigas', meaning magic in the Galician language, will enchant you with its warm ambiance and delectable food. The chef proprietor Carlos Hernandez mesmerizes his guests with his handcrafted preparations that blend together traditional recipes and modern flavors. A refreshing menu is introduced every season, however, you will always find their popular tapas featured in it. Complement your food with a Spanish wine from their collection.
  • Blackstones Steakhouse

    181 Main Street Norwalk, CT 06851 United States - Phone: +1 203 840 9020
    Located on Main Street, amidst a row of eating joints and shopping outlets, the tantalizing aromas of sizzling steaks will draw you to the doors of Blackstones Steakhouse. The steaks are made of prime dry aged beef. which brings out the rich flavors when complemented with various sauces and garnishing. They also house a cellar replete with wines from around the globe; take your pick from their extensive collection to accompany your meat. The wooden furnishing and paneled floor surrounded by red walls, gives this place an elegant look.
  • Tuscan Oven Norwalk

    544 Main Avenue Norwalk, CT 06851 United States - Phone: +1 203 846 4600
    Following the success of Tuscan Oven in Mount Kisco, New York, Karen and Anthony Pirraglia opened another outlet on Main Avenue in Norwalk. The restaurant is covered in simple grey stone walls with various niches for fire that covers the room in a warm glow; typica Italian artifacts like pots and and urns adorn the place that gives it a rustic charm. As you step into the doors of this restaurant you will be transported to an Italian countryside. Relish the Italian dishes on the patio as you are surrounded by lush green trees.
  • Rizzuto's Wood-Fired Kitchen & Bar - Westport

    540 Riverside Avenue Westport, CT 06880 United States - Phone: +1 203 221 1002
    Following the success of Rizzuto's in Bethel and West Hartford, this outlet was established in 2009. Rizzuto's Wood-Fired Kitchen & Bar at Westport features an extensive patio, a chilly raw bar, private dining room and an open kitchen. Guests relishing the tantalizing Italian fare in the dining room can bask in the warm glow emanating from the fireplace. The restaurant has a shop to one end, where people can buy salads, meatballs artisan breads and freshly made pastas. In close proximity to the gently flowing Saugatuk River, you can enjoy a leisurely stroll along the bank, before or after your meal. Dinner is served daily from 4p onwards.
  • Oaxaca Kitchen - Westport

    376 Post Road East Westport, CT 06880 United States - Phone: +1 203 557 4848
    Oaxaca Kitchen with another outlet in downtown New Haven offers tantalizing Latin cuisine from Mexico. A gem in the Thali Indian group of restaurants, the restaurant's menu features Meaxican dishes with an Indian twist. Gorge on the savory tacos, enchiladas, quesadillas, nachos and empanadas. Try out the Salad de la Casa or El Molcajete only to taste their famous guacamole sauce. Complement your food with a wine or champagne from their list. Finish your meal with a sweet chocolate taco.
  • Restaurant at Rowayton Seafood (The)

    89 Rowayton Avenue Norwalk, CT 06853 United States - Phone: +1 203 866 4488
    Establsihed in 1996, The Restaurant at Rowayton Seafood is renowned for its scenic views of the water and delectable preparations made by the executive chef Christopher North. They offer a special menu, that changes daily, featuring some of the best dishes for the day. Guests can binge on fresh catch from the sea at the raw bar. When visiting the city, do drop in at this restaurant that has won various accolades for its seafood by Zagat, Connecticut Magazine, Yankee Magazine; they have also won the prestigious Best of Gold Coast award.
  • Harbor Lights

    82 Seaview Avenue Norwalk, CT 06855 United States - Phone: +1 203 866 3364
    Located on the harbor of South Norwalk, Harbor Lights offers a tantalizing fare of seafood prepared in the Mediterranean flair. Relish the alluring lobster, crabs, clams and shrimp dishes, while seated in this elegant space. Guests can gorge on fresh catch from the sea at the raw bar. Even though the restaurant takes a break from serving food in the afternoons, guests can enjoy a drink and some light fare at the bar that is open all day. The best time to visit this place is for dinner, when you can enjoy the spectacular sunset as you savor your food.
  • Valbella Connecticut

    1309 East Putnam Avenue Greenwich, CT 06878 United States - Phone: +1 203 637 1155

    In the heart of Riverside, nestled among green trees and potted plants, a cobbled pathway leads up to the doors of a gorgeous Victorian cottage, which is popularly known as Valbella Connecticut. This place has been serving delectable Italian cuisine, since its establishment in 1992 by Valerie Malfetano and David Ghatanfard.The dining with its cream hues walls and immaculate table tops, offers a pristine environment. The wine cellar, which houses over 1500 varieties of wine from around the globe, can be used to host any private function. Guests dining at the patio can enjoy the cool breeze as they gorge on the tantalizing pasta, poultry and seafood dishes.

  • Bar Rosso

    30 Spring Street Stamford, CT 06901 United States - Phone: +1 203 388 8640
    Nestled in Downtown Stamford, Bar Rosso offers a tantalizing fare of Italian cuisine in its elegant ambiance. Established in 2011, this place ensures that no customer leaves its doors disappointed. Spread across two floors, guests can enjoy their meals on the lower story, or on the mezzanine floor above while watching the entire restaurant below. Though the restaurant ceases serving food by 10p, guests can enjoy drink and light fare from the bar that is open till 12a.
  • EOS Greek Cuisine

    490 Summer Street Stamford, CT 06901 United States - Phone: +1 203 569 6250
    A modern Greek dining experience is what one can expect as they step in through the doors of EOS Greek Cuisine. EOS named after the Greek goddess of dawn, signifying something new, will offer you a refreshing meal in its elegant environment. The place is covered in mild hues with wave patterns lining the walls to cocoon the people in a Mediterranean ambiance. The menu features delectable Greek dishes; a must try here are the soulvaki, Garithes Saganaki and Brizola. Due to the popularity of this place if you find yourself waiting for a table, enjoy a drink at the bar tucked away cozily in a corner of the restaurant.
  • Kona Grill - Stamford

    230 Tresser Boulevard Stamford, CT 06901 United States - Phone: +1 203 324 5700

    For a delectable blend of western and eastern flavors visit Kona Grill, located on the second floor of the popular Stamford Town Center shopping center, nestled in the heart of the city. The menu features a typical American fare that has been given a twist of the oriental flair. Try out their Hawaiian Ribeye, Miso-Sake Sea Bass, Pan Seared Ahi and the house special Kona Filet. Fish lovers can choose from their range of sushi dishes. This is a nice place to take a break from your shopping spree.

  • Lola's Mexican Kitchen - Stamford

    135 Bedford Street New Haven, CT 06901 United States - Phone: +1 203 674 5652
    A delectable blend of traditional Mexican flavors with a contemporary twist is what Lola's Mexican Kitchen has to offer. This outlet in Stamford is locatedin the heart of the city. The restaurant has cozy booth seating, which gives you and your friends an air of intimacy as you dine. One side of the restaurant which comprises of the bar is covered in red brick walls, while the main dining that looks out onto the street has a beautiful scenic mural encompassing the space.
  • Mitchell's Fish Market - Stamford

    230 Tresser Boulevard Stamford, CT 06901 United States - Phone: +1 203 323 3474
    Though the name may allude to a fish market, Mitchell's Fish Market is a classy restaurant and bar serving delectable seafood. With outlets spread across the country, this outlet is located within the Stamford Town Center. Start of with a Mitchell's special salad and follow it up with their popular dishes of Crab, Spinach & Artichoke Dip and the house special of Chesapeake Bay Crab. Take a break from your shopping spree and visit Mitchell's Fish Market for a refreshing meal.
  • Tawa Indian Cuisine

    211 Summer Street Stamford, CT 06901 United States - Phone: +1 203 359 8977 / +1 203 359 8978
    Visit Tawa, located in the heart of Stamford, to gorge on savory Indian cuisine. Tawa began as a small restaurant in 2005, but after its reputation grew the restaurant shifted to house a bigger space on Summer Street. A brainchild of chef proprietor Kausik Roy and his partner J.P Agarwali, Tawa aims at spreading the tantalizing flavors of Indian food among the locals. Spread across two floors, diners can choose between a formal intimate dining space upstairs or a lively, vibrant time at the Bread Bar below. The Bread Bar remains open even after the dining room shuts its doors.
  • G-Zen

    2 East Main Street Branford, CT 06405 United States - Phone: +1 203 208 0443
    Located in the heart of Branford, G-Zen is an upscale restaurant that offers wonderful vegan and vegetarian meals for those interested in a healthier living. The eco-friendly restaurant believes in organic living, a philosophy that is the very essence of this joint. Employing sustainable methods and ingredients that are fresh and organic, G-Zen serves delicious, innovative food. Also on offer are the organic wines and sakes, great accompaniments for your healthy-as-a-horse meal!
  • Prime 16 Tap House + Burgers

    172 Temple Street New Haven, CT 06510 United States - Phone: +1 203 782 1616
    The name says it all. Burgers and beers. Prime 16 Tap House + Burgers is a craft beer heaven, with 20 beers on tap, not to mention the fully stocked bar. From the kitchen, take your pick of any of the juicy specialty burgers with amazing flavor combinations. Or you could even create your own. The kids menu makes Prime 16 a perfect place for everyone to get something they like.
  • Cast Iron Soul

    1012 Dixwell Avenue Hamden, CT 06514 United States - Phone: +1 203 495 8400
    Cast Iron Soul serves up delicious New Orleans-style soul food and new soul food. Indulge in classic dishes like fried chicken, pulled pork and po' boys along with all the fixin's like greens, cornbread, fried okra and dirty rice. Plates emerge from the kitchen piled high with goodies, and don't forget to order a mason jar of sweet tea to wash it all down with.
  • Bella's Cafe

    896 Whalley Avenue New Haven, CT 06515 United States - Phone: +1 203 387 7107
    Bella's Cafe is a bright and cozy restaurant in West New Haven serving up some of the city's favorite breakfast and brunch all week long. You definitely won't go home hungry after chowing down on massive portions of dishes like french toast, omelets, burgers, salads and more. The menu changes frequently, and they always offer daily specials, so you can try something new every time.
  • Mamoun's Falafel Restaurant

    85 Howe Street New Haven, CT 06511 United States - Phone: +1 203 562 8444
    This restaurant is the New Haven branch of the world-famous falafel joint that started in New York City's Greenwich Village in 1971. The New Haven branch is Mamoun's nicer, sit-down restaurant, with the walls covered in plush Middle-Eastern carpets. The menu features all the Mamoun's favorites like the renowned falafel, shawarma, kabobs and kibbeh. Mamoun's is a perfect place to chow down on some filling and healthy Middle-Eastern specialties.
  • Owl Shop (The)

    268 College Street New Haven, CT 06510 United States - Phone: +1 203 624 3250
    This shop is a true piece of New Haven history, and it is worth a stop inside regardless of your smoking habits. Conveniently located across the street from the Shubert Theatre, past customers include Vincent Price, Olivia de Havilland and Rex Harrison. Two employees from the 1950s still work here; one an expert in pipe repair and the other a specialist in mixing tobaccos. The shop offers a walk-in humidor, cigar lounge and cafe, plus everything from hand-blended tobaccos and handcrafted pipes to music boxes, writing instruments and chess sets.
  • Fair Haven Furniture

    72 Blatchley Avenue New Haven, CT 06513 United States - Phone: +1 203 776 3099
    People from all over New York, New Jersey, Connecticut and beyond come to this shop to admire and dream about its exquisite selection of contemporary, handmade wood furniture. Helpful salespeople will show you the portfolios of the artists who sell their work at the store. Other niceties include unique toys and furnishings for children, and unusual artwork for your home. Drive east on Chapel Street 1.6 miles from the New Haven Green. Turn right on Blatchley and park.
  • Chapel Sweet Shoppe

    1042 Chapel Street New Haven, CT 06510 United States - Phone: +1 203 624 2411
    You will find yourself staring in a daze at the large assortment of sweets inside this cozy shop. After you pick up some bulk candies and some hand dipped chocolates wrapped in pretty papers, try the soda fountain. Here, smoothies, authentic New York egg creams, milk shakes and malts can be whipped up with Double Rainbow ice cream, all the way from San Francisco. Don't forget to ask about its seasonal ice cream flavors.
  • Belles and Beaus

    709 Boston Post Road Madison, CT 06443 United States - Phone: +1 203 245 3509
    If you are in Madison's upscale shopping district looking for that perfect gift, imported outfit or a unique toy for the special child in your life, try slipping into this boutique. Belles and Beaus boasts a great selection of upscale children's clothing from newborn to size 12 for both boys and girls. Lots of better quality toys and novelties are available, too. Here, a friendly assistant will help you in choosing the right clothes or gift. Historic Madison is located just 20 minutes east of New Haven on Interstate 95 North, exit 61.
  • Urban Objects/Urban Baby

    1044 Chapel Street New Haven, CT 06510 United States - Phone: +1 203 865 5236
    Whether you are looking to indulge a favorite child or a friend (or even yourself), this shop has the perfect mix of one-of-a-kind-gift items for adults and children. You can find stuffed animals, boutique clothing, nursery fixtures and baby accessories. In the other part of the store, find bath and beauty products, hats and gloves, jewelry and dishware, home accessories and other sundries for urbane life.
  • Paper Moon

    1231 Townsend Avenue New Haven, CT 06513 United States - Phone: +1 203 469 5934
    From conservative to erotic, this shop offers something for every taste in adult clothing and novelties. Choose from a large selection of romantic cards, adult novelties and lingerie, silk, satin, leather and lace. This small boutique has a friendly staff and your shopping experience is sure to be intimate and fun. No matter what your penchant, you will find it here in all sizes!
  • Yale University Bookstore

    77 Broadway New Haven, CT 06511 United States - Phone: +1 203 777 8440
    Although it is paired with the mega-chain Barnes and Noble, it does not take away from the breathtaking selection at this bookstore, the largest in Connecticut. You can take a book or periodical to the cafe, which serves Starbucks coffee and other delectable goodies. If you promised someone a souvenir Yale t-shirt or baby onesie, this is the best place in town to find insignia clothing and university paraphernalia. If you need stationery supplies, you can get those here, too.
  • Kebabian's Oriental Rugs

    73 Elm Street New Haven, CT 06510 United States - Phone: +1 203 865 0567
    This store has a reputation for carrying the best hand-knotted Oriental rugs around, and has been proud of that reputation for 119 years, making it the oldest, continuously family-run Oriental carpet business in the country. It carries an impressive selection of new, antique and modern designs. It also offers restoration and cleaning services. Periodically, it hosts Turkish and Tibetan weavers, who demonstrate the weaving methods and artistry that go into the creation of their rugs.
  • Water Tower Place

    835 North Michigan Avenue Chicago, IL 60611 United States - Phone: +1 312 440 3166
    The eight-level Water Tower Place reigns as the largest mall on Michigan Avenue. Anchored by a Lord & Taylor and a branch of Marshall Field's and Company, Water Tower includes more than 100 stores, movie theaters, and many dining options. Take the glass elevators to the upper floors to visit the frenetic Foodlife, an upscale food court with multiple stations that offer made-to-order items from a wide range of cuisines. For a hearty sit-down meal, try Mity Nice Grill, with its 1940's decor and crowded walls of children's photos.
  • Atticus Bookstore and Cafe

    1082 Chapel Street New Haven, CT 06510 United States - Phone: +1 203 776 4040
    This funky (and popular with the Yale crowd) bookstore offers an expansive selection for all ages and tastes, plus a fun adjoining cafe to grab a bite or drink and to further enjoy the literary experience. The store faces busy Chapel Street and if you are lucky enough to grab a place by the window, you can add people watching to the experience. Close to the Yale University Art Gallery and other Yale attractions, Atticus is a great place for the bookish as well as the hungry tourist.
  • Celtica

    260 College Street New Haven, CT 06510 United States - Phone: +1 203 785 8034
    There is something cozy and comforting about this shop and tea room, perhaps it takes you back to a simpler life and time. Once inside the warm and inviting shop, you suddenly feel compelled to pick up a few Irish wool sweaters and a Guinness sweatshirt or a beautifully crafted scarf or hat, porcelain or other Irish import. Then you can settle into a chair in the tearoom in the rear of the store, for some tea and a bowl of soup or a slice of shepherd's pie. Other delectables are available at reasonable cost. It is conveniently located across from the Shubert Theater.
  • Ten Thousand Villages

    1054 Chapel Street New Haven, CT 06510 United States - Phone: +1 203 776 0854
    With more than 200 hundred stores in the United States and Canada, Ten Thousand Villages brings fine quality handicrafts from all over the world to New Haven. Beautiful handmade crafts and textiles, toys and home accessories fill the small boutique run by volunteers of this non-profit operation. The proceeds from these purchases assist third world crafts people in many ways including income to pay for food, clothing, housing, health care and education for their families. This is a perfect place to pick out a unique gift for a special person (or yourself!) while making a difference in the lives of third world artisans.
  • Trailblazer

    296 Elm Street New Haven, CT 06510 United States - Phone: +1 203 865 6244
    Trailblazers is an outdoor outfitter which carries a huge assortment of clothing for hiking, climbing and running, with name brands ranging from Patagonia, The North Face to Wild Roses and Eagle Creek. Their line of sport and walking shoes hosts the likes of Brooks, Nike, Adidas and LaSportiva. Sunglasses, socks, kneepads and even hydration kits for the extreme outdoors enthusiast can be found here. There is another store located at 102 Broad Street, in Guilford, on the Green. Take exit 58 from Interstate 95 North.
  • J.Press

    262 York Street New Haven, CT 06511 United States - Phone: +1 203 772 1310
    If you need to select finely tailored clothes for a special man in your life or just for yourself, try the distinctive local name brand of J. Press, the only brand you will find at this store. Exclusive to New Haven and to this location, J. Press boasts a variety of men's clothing for the well-dressed man. Located near the Yale Campus, J. Press has been outfitting Yalies for years. Conveniently located to Barries shoe and bootery next door.
  • Bishop's Orchards

    1355 Boston Post Road Guilford, CT 06437 United States - Phone: +1 203 453 2338
    Ah, fresh from the vine or the bush! Nothing like picking your own apples, strawberries, blueberries or pumpkins! Bishop's has been a local establishment for over a century and continues to draw hundreds of visitors as well as local residents preferring fresh produce, baked goods, fresh cut flowers, unique, fine grocery items and dairy products. Don't forget to try their wines, made from their fruits, apple ciders and grapes. Check their website or call their hotline to find out what fruits are available for Pick-Your-Own (+1 203 453 PICK).
  • Wine Thief (The)

    378 Whitney Avenue New Haven, CT 06511 United States - Phone: +1 203 865 4845
    Voted by New Haveners as the best wine and spirit shop, The Wine Thief has made a name for itself by having the greatest selection and service yet. Their mission is simple: The Wine Thief will guarantee your purchase. If it fails your expectations, bring in the unused portion, they will refund your purchase, backwash and all. Buy tee shirts, corkscrews and vacuum wine savers to enhance your shopping experience. As with Connecticut package stores, no liquor can be sold after 8p, Sundays or holidays.
  • Allegra Print & Imaging

    943 Grand Avenue New Haven, CT 06511 United States - Phone: +1 203 865 5006
    Let's face it; we have all seen the commercials on TV for the exasperated professional desperately trying to finish a project and no way to complete it without office facilities. Well, Allegra Print & Imaging, located right across from Yale University, has every amenity you need to complete your business tasks. From high speed printing and copying to graphic design services, file transfers, faxing and a myriad of other conveniences, Allegra will be your saving grace. They offer a pick-up and delivery service.
  • Alexia Crawford

    37 Broadway New Haven, CT 06511 United States - Phone: +1 203 773 3886
    This small, unassuming boutique packs a powerful punch with minimalist decor and clean lines and carries the coolest jewelry and hottest handbags around. Alexia Crawford springs from New York's SoHo and graces New Haven with her signature freshwater pearl jewelry and gemstone designs. The fabulous embroidered, raffia, silk and satin button-clad handbags are simply to-die-for; bring one home and every fashion maven you know will be envious. Located on busy Broadway near other shops and eateries.
  • Mitchells

    670 Post Road East Westport, CT 06880 United States - Phone: +1 203 227 5165
    Mitchells invites you to shop peacefully and wholeheartedly at its Westport store. Collections include sportswear, evening gowns, shoes, watches, handbags and much more. Mitchells takes pride in displaying the world's best designs by international brands—Bogner, Dolce & Gabbana, Escada, Joseph Abbound, Zanella, and many more. The store has space for children to play so that you can shop calmly and experts are always ready to make a trip to your home and help you revamp your closet. Now that's quality service!
  • Richards

    359 Greenwich Avenue Greenwich, CT 06830 United States - Phone: +1 203 622 0551
    Richards invites you to shop peacefully and wholeheartedly at its Greenwich store. Collections include sportswear, evening gowns, shoes, watches, handbags and much more. Mitchells takes pride in displaying the world's best designs by international brands—Bogner, Dolce & Gabbana, Escada, Joseph Abbound, Zanella, and many more. The store has space for children to play so that you can shop calmly and experts are always ready to make a trip to your home and help you revamp your closet. Now that's quality service!
  • Wooster Street

    Wooster Street New Haven, CT 06512 United States - Phone: +1 203 777 8550
    Follow your nose to the most distinct district of downtown New Haven. Wooster Street was the center of New Haven's Italian community prior to the construction of I-91 and I-95 that rip right through the heart of the street. Today, Wooster Street is host to New Haven's finest and most renowned Italian restaurants, with the famous Pepe's and Sally's pizzerie. A few blocks up is the famed Lucibello's Italian pastry shop where you can taste all your favorite Neapolitan sweets. Wooster Street is the best part of town to explore and get a great meal.
  • Westfield Connecticut Post

    1201 Boston Post Road Milford, CT 06460 United States - Phone: +1 203 301 2240
    A grand expansion at the Westfield Connecticut Post (formerly known as the Post Mall) brings with it more levels of premium designer boutiques, chain retailers and major department stores like Sears and Macy's, and several other anchor stores like Dick's Sporting Goods, Target, JC Penney, H&M and Borders. The center also offers dining and entertainment options, like the 14-plex Showcase Cinemas. The mall is conveniently located off I-95 and in the five mile strip mall of the Post Road in Milford and Orange, where there is just about every major chain store and eatery imaginable.
  • R.J. Julia Booksellers

    768 Boston Post Road Madison, CT 06443 United States - Phone: +1 203 245 3959
    Many would be surprised to find that one of the premier independent bookstores in the country, albeit a small one compared to the sheer size of many others, is located in Madison, just a 15-minute drive from New Haven. R.J. Julia has been the most unique and appealing independent bookseller in the area since 1989, with a small cafe and coffee shop as well as a huge area dedicated to children's books. Stepping into R.J. Julia is like venturing into a Victorian home, filled with books and trinkets galore. One of the best reasons to show up here is to hear one of the numerous, noted authors promote their latest works, and there is a book event nearly every day. Plenty of big names are attracted to this bookstore which caters to young and old, and will do its best to ensure you can get what you need.
  • Guilford Art Center

    411 Church Street Guilford, CT 06437 United States - Phone: +1 203 453 5947
    The Guilford Art Center hosts one of the finest galleries on the Connecticut Shoreline. The Art Center is best known for their summer craft show with over 180 exhibitors from primarily New England and the East Coast, there is something for everyone, like hand knit sweaters, handmade wooden toys, glass and pottery. 
  • The Foundry Music Company

    102 Audubon Street New Haven, CT 06510 United States - Phone: +1 203 776 3650
    Classical music lovers will adore the Foundry Music company. Lying across State Street and Whitney Avenue, it is easy to get lost in the golden ages of classical music in this store. Dust that unused piano and give composing another chance, as the store is infamous for its stacks of notes, sheets and prints. Alternatively, you could learn that symphony which you always wanted to master. While the place is crumpled and begs for space, when left alone to browse the store, there's no doubt you'll find notes of the prominent and the under-rated alike.
  • Foot Locker

    832 Chapel Street New Haven, CT 06510 United States - Phone: +1 203 865 7516
    Hordes of footwear brands are placed in the stands of Foot Locker's. Accompanying the large variety of shoes are other sporting apparel like jerseys of most famous sports teams and brands the world over. It isn't easy to miss out on this store either in New Haven or elsewhere in the United States for that matter, for this Connecticut outlet is one of 1400 in the continent. If leading brands seem over-priced, there are other unheard ones ready to pit their shoes for your approval.
  • Graffio

    28 Orange Street New Haven, CT 06510 United States - Phone: +1 203 562 5800
    Owner Gennaro Iammuno approves every stone and design that ends up in the show-cases of Graffio. White Gold jewelery finds a haven in this New Haven jewelery store. Each new design takes 4 months to complete and once they make it to the velvet cushions of the jewelery-box, it's sure to impress one and all. Rings and bracelets would attract women shoppers but a look at the collection of Graffio chains will interest men as well.
  • Peter Indorf

    1022 Chapel Street New Haven, CT 06510 United States - Phone: +1 203 776 4833
    Alternating through hand-made and computer-aided designs, the jewelers at Peter Indorf have crafted a name for themselves in downtown New Haven. Engagement rings, having a dash of diamond on either gold or platinum are the most prominent features of this store. One can also fix an appointment to discuss a personal design where the various designers will be more than willing to give a helping hand. Pearls and colored gemstones are also fixture in the jewelry.
  • Cupcake Truck (The)

    165 Church Street New Haven, CT 06510 United States - Phone: +1 203 675 3965
    Freely roaming the Downtown New Haven area, the Cupcake Truck is a convenient way to get your delicious daily fix of Red Velvet, Chocolate Ruin, Lemon Meringue or Loco Coconut cupcakes. If you are just after a hardcore sugar rush, try a frosting shot of your favorite Cupcake Truck frosting. All cupcakes are made with premium ingredients and can even be delivered right to your door (if you get four dozen or more). Hours and locations of the truck vary, so call ahead or check their website for the day's parking spot in the city.
  • Stockbridge's Gourmet Cheesecakes & Delectables

    509A Howe Avenue Shelton, CT 06484 United States - Phone: +1 203 924 7853
    Fans of cheesecake and other sweet treats will love stopping by Stockbridge's Gourmet Cheesecakes & Delectables in Shelton. With over 50 flavors of cheesecake, you will never be tired of their cheesecakes! Try the Irish Cream, Sweet Potato or Cranberry Orange cheesecakes for a taste of something other than your average cheesecake. Or, if you are looking for something other than cheesecake, Stockbridge's Gourmet Cheesecakes & Delectables also offers a wide variety of cakes, scones, brownies, cookies, and pies. Desserts and sweets aside, enjoy quiche, sandwiches, and delicious breakfast dishes made-to-order.
  • Caseus Fromagerie and Bistro

    93 Whitney Avenue New Haven, CT 06510 United States - Phone: +1 203 624 3373
    Do you enjoy all things cheese, seasonal contemporary cuisine and the Quebecois classic poutine? Look no further than Caseus in New Haven. Caseus offers a traditional sit-down bistro open for lunch and dinner Monday through Saturday. Dishes include the classic steak frites, moules frites and even local specialties like lobster pie. Unique food items are also sold at the bistro, including chocolates, cheeses, olives, oils and more.
  • Space (The)

    295 Treadwell Street Hamden, CT 06514 United States - Phone: +1 203 288 6400
    Where else could you find a music venue that offers a vintage clothing boutique upstairs? Probably not many places, but The Space in Hamden offers a small performance area (fits about 150 people) with plenty of local bands and theme nights filling out the weekly schedule.
  • Stew Leonard's

    100 Westport Avenue Norwalk, CT 06851 United States - Phone: +1 203 847 7214
    Stew Leonard's is deemed the world's largest dairy store, complete with animatronic livestock, giant food icons (such as Twinkie the Kid and Chiquita Banana) and barn decor. This unique supermarket experience is one of the region's main attractions at this flagship branch of the Norwalk-based store. Stew Leonard's is known for its high level of customer satisfaction with a policy that always proclaims the customer right. With a successful line of their own products, like coffees, cookies, tortilla chips and peanuts, you can easily do your shopping here or pick up a hand-decorated gift basket for a loved one.
  • Stamford Town Center

    100 Greyrock Place Stamford, CT 06901 United States
    The Stamford Town Center offers an exceptional shopping and dining experience in Downtown Stamford. With over 100 shops and eateries, there is certainly something for everyone. Shops includes Williams-Sonoma, Pottery Barn, Coach, Zara, Macy's and much more. When you need a break from your shopping experience, grab a coffee at Starbucks or sit down at P.F. Chang's, Mitchell's Fish Market or Kona Grill.
  • Redscroll Records

    24 North Colony Road Wallingford, CT 06492 United States - Phone: +1 203 265 7013
    Redscroll Records is an independent music store that is a treasure trove of underground music. New and used records, CDs, tapes are sold and bought here. Indie rock, metal, punk and many other music varieties are available here. And, if you are unable to spot a particular label, then the friendly staff will certainly help you out with it. For complete details, call ahead or simply walk-in to the store.
  • Guitar Center

    15 Backus Avenue Danbury, CT 06810 United States
    Located on Backus Avenue in Danbury, Guitar Center enjoys all the attention and adulation of the budding as well as professional musicians in the city. One can find a large collection of quality musical instruments, right from guitars to percussion sets, as well as speakers, amplifiers and synthesizers under one roof. A part of a popular chain of music stores, which has hundreds of branches across the country, the store's inventory comprises brands like Gibson, Yamaha, Fender, Dunlop, Roland, Shure and many more. Apart from the sale of these products, the store also offers workshops and clinics to improve your skills in music under the guidance of experts.
  • Milford Boat Works

    1 High Street Milford, CT 06460 United States - Phone: +1 203 877 1475
    Milford Boat Works is located at the city harbor, a short distance from downtown. This store at the marina has got all your nautical needs covered. Make a pit stop here before your next voyage for excellent repair services and boating essentials. On sale are a great selection of vessels, engines, wooden framework, glassware, metal work and accessories.
  • Chapel Street & Historic District

    Chapel Street New Haven, CT 06510 United States
    Located in New Haven's historic and vibrant downtown area, and bordered by Yale University, Chapel Street and the eponymous historic district that surrounds it have been on the National Register of Historic Places since 1984. Take a stroll down the street to check out the plethora of architectural styles represented here in one of New Haven's most well known areas. Nowadays most of the buildings date from the 18th Century through the 20th Century.
  • J.P Dempsey's

    974 State Street New Haven, CT 06511 United States - Phone: +1 203 624 5991
    Unassuming from the outside but warm and inviting on the inside, J.P Dempsey's is a neighborhood favorite known for piling on the food. The kitchen, although amazingly small, whips up dozens of dishes and daily specials, from appetizers and sandwiches to steaks and pastas. Make sure you don't forget to throw your peanut shells on the floor; it's de rigueur here! When the weather is nice, there is a small patio out in front that serves as a great place to watch the neighborhood go by.
  • Toad's Place

    300 York Street New Haven, CT 06511 United States - Phone: +1 203 624 8623
    What do the Rolling Stones, Bruce Springsteen, U-2, The Kinks and Bob Dylan have in common? They have all played at this legendary hot spot, along with almost every other road show. For almost 30 years, this place has been hopping (pun intended) with an incredible lineup of live music and a dance party that just won't quit. It has been voted nightclub of the year several times, so consider a trip to Toad's to partake in music history, not to mention a good time.
  • Su Casa

    400 East Main Street Branford, CT 06405 United States - Phone: +1 203 481 5001
    This resto-bar has been going strong for 30 years in neighboring Branford. It continues to be packed every night of the week for the Mexican-American specialties served in enormous portions at reasonable prices. The decor includes authentic Mexican ceramics, artwork, artifacts and soothing lighting, all of which help to create a warm and intimate atmosphere. On some nights a guitarist plays softly in the background. If you do not feel like Enchiladas, "gringo" food is available on the extensive menu. Great bar, great margaritas. Su Casa is available for parties; patio open in warm weather.
  • Cafe Nine

    250 Streetate Street New Haven, CT 06510 United States - Phone: +1 203 789 8281
    OK, so it's not in the most popular section of New Haven, on a corner off on its own. But despite appearances, this is an outstanding spot for hearing live bands and performers. During the week it showcases a diverse selection of music and talent, and on the weekends you can listen to well known bands or outstanding jazz and blues players jam.
  • Brü Rm at BAR

    254 Crown Street New Haven, CT 06511 United States - Phone: +1 203 495 1111
    This converted garage turned hip bar, microbrewery and dance club has upscale recreation room written all over it. Cowhide couches, soft, beaten-up sofas and a pool table all suggest that you relax and hang out with friends for a few drinks and noshes. Grab the renowned, paper-thin brick oven pizza, or cool, contemporary dishes next door at the connected Brü Rm, where second story eating offers views of New Haven street life. Huge copper vats of beer is on display and live music, DJs, dancing and wild nights sprinkle the calendar.
  • Est Est Est

    1176 Chapel Street New Haven, CT 06511 United States - Phone: +1 203 777 2059
    Pizza was founded in New Haven, and the famous pizzerias still serve up the best around, but even with heavy duty competition from all the others, Est Est Est holds its own. So, try a slice here almost around the clock, and you won't be disappointed, especially if you order another Italian specialty with your pie. Enjoy outdoor seating in summer, as it's perfect place for people watching. They also offer free delivery, and catering is available.
  • Outer Space (The)

    295 Treadwell Street Hamden, CT 06514 United States
    The Outer Space is an art deco-inspired club, bar and music venue in Hamden, just outside of New Haven. It's a great place to kick back and chill out with friends while drinking a local brew. There's live music, open mic nights and plenty of events throughout the week.
  • Afterlife

    130 Crown Street New Haven, CT 06510 United States - Phone: +1 203 498 2484
    If you are looking for a club to party at after bar-hopping in New Haven, head to Afterlife. This thriving hot spot has become a favorite among the late-night revelers who enjoy the EDM, house and trance music played by the DJs. The club always has DJs like Ac Slater, Harvard Bass and Flinch to entertain the crowd.
  • Chamber Music Society at Yale

    470 College Street New Haven, CT 06511 United States - Phone: +1 203 432 4157
    The Society presents eight concerts a season: six by some of the world's most famous chamber music ensembles; two by faculty and staff at the Yale School of Music. Recent seasons have featured ensembles from Japan and Hungary and concerts in tribute to such famous composers as Aaron Copland. Performances take place in the Morse Recital Hall on the Yale campus. Members of the public may purchase either single tickets or subscribe to the entire season.
  • Yale-New Haven Hospital

    20 York Street New Haven, CT 06510 United States - Phone: +1 203 688 4242
    Yale-New Haven Hospital is ranked among the nation's finest in over 12 categories, and one of the nation's top 10 medical centers. Affiliated with the Yale University School of Medicine, offering world-reknowned medical care. Over 100 medical specialties. Easy access from I-95; garage and valet parking.
  • VA Conneticut Healthcare System

    950 Campbell Avenue West Haven, CT 06516 United States - Phone: +1 203 932 5711
    Eighth largest in the Veterans Administration program, the VA Center serves all veterans in Southern New England Known for the Eastern Blind Rehabilitation Center serving the entire east coast. Full service hospital. Parking adjacent to hospital.
  • Allegra Print & Imaging

    943 Grand Avenue New Haven, CT 06511 United States - Phone: +1 203 865 5006
    Let's face it; we have all seen the commercials on TV for the exasperated professional desperately trying to finish a project and no way to complete it without office facilities. Well, Allegra Print & Imaging, located right across from Yale University, has every amenity you need to complete your business tasks. From high speed printing and copying to graphic design services, file transfers, faxing and a myriad of other conveniences, Allegra will be your saving grace. They offer a pick-up and delivery service.
  • Mount Carmel Congregational Church and Parish House

    3284 Whitney Avenue Hamden, CT 06518 United States - Phone: +1 203 248 7408
    The Mount Carmel Congregational Church is located on Whitney Avenue in Hamden, Connecticut. Built in 1840 over the site of an older church, this place of worship enjoys a position of significance in the community. Associated with many activities for its parishioners, Mount Carmel Congregational Church is open to all. The church also maintains and operates various rental spaces that are available for public and private events.
  • Alliance Business Centers

    1177 High Ridge Road Stamford, CT 06905 United States
    With Alliance Business Centers you can set up shop and be open for business in more than 500 locations around the world. You can select from a menu of services such as a corporate mailing address, personal telephone receptionist, and full suite or conference room facilities. No matter how big or small you are Alliance Business Centers has just what you need.
  • Alliance Business Centers

    6 Landmark Square Stamford, CT 06901 United States
    With Alliance Business Centers you can set up shop and be open for business in more than 500 locations around the world. You can select from a menu of services such as a corporate mailing address, personal telephone receptionist, and full suite or conference room facilities. No matter how big or small you are Alliance Business Centers has just what you need.
  • Alliance Business Centers

    68 Southfield Avenue Stamford, CT 6902 United States
    With Alliance Business Centers you can set up shop and be open for business in more than 500 locations around the world. You can select from a menu of services such as a corporate mailing address, personal telephone receptionist, and full suite or conference room facilities. No matter how big or small you are Alliance Business Centers has just what you need.
  • Tauck World Discovery

    10 Norden Place Norwalk, CT 06855 United States - Phone: +1 800 788 7885
    With tourist destinations across seven continents, you can travel far and wide with Tauck World Discovery. Marvel at the wondrous sights in Italy or take a river cruise from Amsterdam to Budapest, and the list of things to do doesn't end here! Check out the website and choose the place you would like to make your holiday destination this year. Let Tauck help you explore...
  • Church of the Holy Name

    4 Pulaski Street Stamford, CT 06902-6887 United States - Phone: +1 203 323 4967
    Church of the Holy Name is a beautiful church located at the intersection of Washington Boulevard and Pulaski Street. Established in the 19th Century it continues to function till date. The grand architecture of the church is inspired from many styles like Late Victorian and Neo-Romanesque. Regular masses are conducted by the church as per schedule. The church also has events, which mainly includes their annual harvest festival.
  • Quick Taxi

    99 Edgewood Avenue New Haven, CT 06511 United States - Phone: +1 203 777 7778‎
    Finding taxis in New Haven can be problematic sometimes, because there are very few such services operating in the city. Contact Quick Taxi whenever you are planing to travel around the city, or arrange for your pick up from the airport. The service is hassle-free and is an economical mode of transport. The company is very reliable and will always offer the best service. Quick Taxis can be hailed on the street as well, but advance booking is advisable.
  • Yellow Taxi

    43 Terrace Street New Haven, CT 06512 United States - Phone: +1 203 777 7770
    If you're getting late for that important meeting in office or have to pick-up the kids from school, but gettin a taxi's always a problem, then Yellow Taxi's dial-a-cab service might come handy. Request a taxicab by phone and have them pick you up from anywhere, at anytime. The service is reliable and affordable too. The well-trained drivers are courteous and will make sure you have a comfortable ride.
  • John J. Lee Amphitheater - Payne Whitney Gymnasium

    70 Tower Parkway New Haven, CT 06511 United States - Phone: +1 203 432 9300
    Located on the central campus of the famed Yale University, Payne Whitney Gymnasium is touted as the most extensive sports complex in the world. It houses the John J. Lee Amphitheater within it which is used for volleyball and basket ball tournaments as well as gymnastic performances. The ampitheatre showcases the talent of the amateur students as well as is a platform for accomplished players. Events constantly take place, so check out the website for further details.
  • Ingalls Rink

    73 Sachem Street New Haven, CT 06510 United States - Phone: +1 203 432 1333‎
    The David S. Ingalls Rink in Yale University is a specimen of great architecture. Designed by Eero Saarinen, the structure has been inspired by the sport of skating. It has been the venue for many an exciting men's and women's hoceky games. An audience of 3,486 can be seated in the hall, while there are three locker rooms for the players. The rink is well-lit and has good facilities. A special mention must be made of the reception room which proudly displays photographs of previous games. The rink is open 18 hours a day. Call for details.
  • New Haven

    900 Chapel Street New Haven, CT 06510 United States - Phone: +1 203 777 8550(Tourist Information)
    A city with a very diverse introspect into its various cultures and colorful past, New Haven has a lot to offer for everyone who walks in. Offering many a number of options for dining, entertainment and soaking into traditions, the city never fails to leave you in a dilemma. So head over to New Haven; a city that has seen a number of 'Firsts' such as the First Hamburger, the First Pizza, the First Planned City, the First Electric Trains etc. and who knows you actually end up having a First like never before.
  • Newtown Borough Historic District

    Main Street Newtown, CT 06482 United States
    Newtown Borough Historic District is a 100-acre (40-hectare) district in its namesake town. Built in 1780, it is on the National Register of Historic Places. This property includes a mixture of buildings, religious structures, commercial spaces and residential area. Some of the landmarks include the Soldiers and Sailors Monument, Glover House and Edmond Town Hall.
  • Connecticut Sports Center

    21 South Bradley Road Woodbridge, CT 06525 United States - Phone: +1 203 387 1181
    Ensconced in a tranquil quarter of Woodbridge, the Connecticut Sports Center is a huge sporting complex that houses an indoor turf field, a basketball court and five volleyball courts. Apart from that, the complex also provides facilities for soccer, lacrosse and dodgeball. The complex is a popular sporting destination that is frequented by sports fans during tournaments. Besides hosting sporting events, the Connecticut Sports Center also hosts birthday parties and private events at times. Call ahead to know more.
  • Ninth Square Historic District

    State Street New Haven, CT 06510 United States - Phone: +1 203 787 6735(City Park Council)
    Ninth Square Historic District is a feature on the National Register of Historic Places. This downtown commercial district consists of 78 structures built in the 19th and 20th Centuries. The streetscape includes a chapel, a church, a court, and orange-tinted buildings lined. This district is highly visited by tourists for its beautiful architecture.
  • Three Wing Flying Services

    400 Great Meadow Road Stratford, CT 6615 United States - Phone: +1 203 375 5795
    To meet all your aviation needs seems to be the main aim of the Three Wings Flying Services in Stratford. Among the services offered here are flight instruction, aviation maintenance, aircraft rentals, ground services, and even aircraft sales. Located at the Igor Sikorsky Memorial Airport, this place is the 'go to' place if you are interested in learning the basics of aviation or are an experienced pilot and want to rent a plane. See website for more information.
  • Brookfield High School

    45 Longmeadow Hill Road Brookfield, CT 06804 United States - Phone: +1 203 775 7725
  • Intensity Fitness & Tennis Club

    490 Westport Avenue Norwalk, CT 6851 United States - Phone: +1 203 853 7727
  • Ridgefield High School

    700 North Salem Road Ridgefield , CT 06877-1799 United States - Phone: +1 203 438 3785
  • Westport Weston Family Y

    59 Post Road East Westport, CT 06880 United States - Phone: +1 203 226 8981
  • Christ Church Greenwich

    254 East Putnam Avenue Greenwich, CT 06830 United States - Phone: +1 203 869 6600
    Christ Church Greenwich is a community church that organizes and undertakes activities for the betterment of the local community. It has workshops, lectures and programs that cater to diverse age-groups. Apart from the community events, seminars, youth group functions, it hosts concerts on a regular basis too. For more details, check website or call ahead.
  • Temple Shearith Israel

    46 Peaceable Street Ridgefield, CT 06877 United States - Phone: +1 203 438 6589
    Temple Shearith Israel is a Jewish synagogue that dates back to 1890. Over the years, this ancient structure was renovated and today it's a perfect blend of historic charm and modern convenience. Here, you can get an insight of the Jewish culture and traditions, and celebrate Jewish festivals too. The synagogue also features a social hall, a library; it hosts religious, educational and community events on a regular basis. Check website for more details.
  • Canterbury School

    101 Aspetuck Avenue New Milford, CT 06776 United States - Phone: +1 860 210 3800
    Founded in 1915, the Canterbury School is a modern school. It ensures that excellent academic education is imparted to its students and encourages participation in extra-curricular activities as well. Sports, performing arts and host of other activities are held at this school. It also offers boarding options and is a day school as well. Call for more details.
  • Prospect VFW

    218 Cheshire Road Prospect, CT 06712 United States
    Prospect VFW is part of an organization that has locations in many parts of the United States. This organization, which has its headquarters in Kansas City, is composed of combat veterans, and works for their benefit. In addition, it plays host to various events throughout the year, and sometimes concerts are also organized.
  • Milford Boat Works

    1 High Street Milford, CT 06460 United States - Phone: +1 203 877 1475
    Milford Boat Works is located at the city harbor, a short distance from downtown. This store at the marina has got all your nautical needs covered. Make a pit stop here before your next voyage for excellent repair services and boating essentials. On sale are a great selection of vessels, engines, wooden framework, glassware, metal work and accessories.
  • Unitarian Universalist Society in Stamford (The)

    20 Forest Street Stamford, CT 06901 United States - Phone: +1 203 348 0708
    The Unitarian Universalist Society in Stamford is a historic church building established in 1870. Built with a mix of English Country Gothic and Gothic styles, it was designed by Gage and Inslee. Despite of belonging to the 19th century, the church still continues to be in service. For mass timings and event details please check the church's website.
  • Beth Israel Synagogue

    232 Orchard Street New Haven, CT 06511 United States - Phone: +1 203 776 1468
    Beth Israel Synagogue or Orchard Street Shul was constructed way back in 1925. Added to the National Register of Historic Places in 1995, architect Louis Abramowitz designed this splendid structure. Though a historical synagogue, it is still operational and welcomes visitors.
  • Branford Center Historic District

    US Route 1 Branford, CT 06405 United States - Phone: +1 860 566 3005
    It is a neighborhood in Branford, Connecticut, and is a Census Designated Place. It consists of a traditional town center with more than 500 historic structures retaining their original architectural significance. The boundaries of the district are designed so as to exclude modern buildings and include only those with historic leanings. Notable structures include garages, carriage houses, cemetery, Saint Mary’s Roman Catholic Church and several other vernacular buildings. Architectural styles represented here include Greek Revival, Queen Anne, Colonial Revival, Italianate, Federal, Gothic Revival, Tudor Revival, Bungalow, and more.
  • Branford Point Historic District

    Maple Street Branford, CT 06405 United States - Phone: +1 860 566 3005
    It is a historic district in Branford, Connecticut, and a Census Designated Place, which is the part of Branford west of the Amtrak Railroad. It includes more than 200 structures that were deemed to contribute historic significance. It is bounded by Branford River, Branford Center and Short Beach neighborhood. Main sections of the neighborhood include Harbor Street, Maple Avenue and Stannard Avenue. It was listed on the National Register of Historic Places in the year 1988.
  • Kettle Creek Historic District

    Weston Road Weston, CT 06883 United States
    Kettle Creek Historic District is known for its architectural significance. It has a well-preserved mix of 18th-and 19th-century Colonial Cape style dwellings. This district's name took its origin from the Kettle Creek situated nearby. Explore this neighborhood for a glimpse of urban development in Weston. This district also features on the National Register of Historic Places.
  • Christ Church New Haven

    84 Broadway New Haven, CT 06511 United States - Phone: +1 203 865 6354
    This Anglo-Catholic style Christ Church is a place of great worship and ministry. Known as an urban parish this church invites people not only from the neighboring places but also all over to come and worship. At the visit to this church, one is very well guided by an usher who assists with whatever may be the queries. One can also enjoy the great refreshments served in the parish house post the religious services.

  • First Congregational Church of Cheshire

    111 Church Drive Cheshire, CT 06410 United States - Phone: +1 203 272 5323
    The First Congregational Church welcomes one and all to visit the church and know more about Christ. Located on 2 acres (0.81 hectares) of land, the church is a delight to watch. The long ground that stands in front of the church with a beautiful church with the four pillars at the entrance and a tower with the balcony on the top along with the bell is absolutely stunning. The white structure that is a symbol of peace keeps the church united as one big family.

  • Emmanuel Church

    50 Emmanuel Church Road Port Killingworth, CT 06419 United States - Phone: +1 860 663 1800
    Formerly known as the Union Church, the Emmanuel Church was built by a group of farmers. Featuring an organ, which is well known for it's design and construction is truly historic, the case that is made up of white oak and is carved by hand has a 22 karat gold leaf on it. There are 636 pipes in all. The church now contains of a parish hall, kitchen and an indoor bathroom.

  • Fourth Ward Historic District

    Fourth Ward Historic District Greenwich, CT 06830 United States
    Added to the National Register of Historic Places in 2000, the Fourth Ward Historic District is nestled in Greenwich. Predominantly, this area comprises middle-class Irish families and has several structures representing varied styles of architecture. Almost, 159 properties together make for this historical district.
  • Fairfield County Courthouse

    172 Golden Hill Street Bridgeport, CT 06604 United States - Phone: +1 203 579 6568
    The Fairfield County Courthouse is a magnificent brick structure established in 1888. Also known as the Court of Common Pleas, this building was constructed in the Richardsonian Romanesque style of architecture. Spread over an area of 2 acres (0.81 hectare), the building was added to the National Register of Historic Places in 1982.
  • St. Peter's Episcopal Church

    71 River Street Milford, CT 06460 United States - Phone: +1 203 874 8562
    The St.Peter's Episcopal Church is located at Milford, Connecticut. Featured in the National Register of Historic Places, this Gothic Revival structure dates back to 1850.
  • St. John's Protestant Episcopal Church

    628 Main Street Stamford, CT 06901 United States - Phone: +1 203 348 2619
    St. John's Protestant Episcopal Church is a historic church located in Stamford, Connecticut. The church building was built in 1869 by William Potter and Richard M. Upjohn, featuring a mix of architectural styles such as Late Gothic Revival, Queen Anne and Gothic. The church was added to the National Register of Historic Places in 1987.
  • Old Greenwich (Metro-North station)

    1 Sound Beach Avenue Old Greenwich, CT 06870 United States
    Formerly known as the Sound Beach Railroad Station, the Old Greenwich Metro-North Railroad is a station that serves the people living in the Old Greenwich. The station also features parking lot across the station, on the streets. The metro is used daily by the passengers travelling to places and also by the tourists. It also attracts the visitors as it is on the register of National Historic Places.

  • St. Andrew's Episcopal Church

    1231 Washington Boulevard Stamford, CT 06902 United States - Phone: +1 203 325 4359
    Nestled in the heart of downtown Stamford, the St. Andrew's Episcopal church is an Anglo-Catholic parish. The church is a beauty and follows the tradition of conducting the worships in the traditional language. With soothing music and liturgy, the church reflects the beauty of the traditions of Anglican and Catholics. The church welcomes the people to come and visit this place and enjoy the beauty of it. 

  • Ridgebury Congregational Church

    605 Ridgebury Road Ridgefield, CT 06877 United States - Phone: +1 203 748 2806
    Constructed in 1851 on the site of the previous church building from 1768, Ridgebury Congregational Church is a Greek-Revival Structure that was added to the National Register of Historic Places in 1984. The church is an important historical site in the town of Ridgefield.
  • Wallingford (Amtrak station)

    Quinnipiac Street Wallingford, CT 06492 United States - Phone: +1 800 872 7245(Toll Free)
    Wallingford is a historic train station established in 1871. It serves on the New Haven – Springfield Shuttle, Northeast Regional and Vermonter lines. The station is built in the Second Empire style of architecture and has been designed by W.P. Dickerman. It has been added to the National Register of Historic Places in 1993.
  • Village Creek

    29 Dock Road Norwalk, CT 06584 United States
    Racial discrimination prohibited Jews and African-Americans from holding any property and this became a common practice. However, a handful of people felt that this was unfair and everyone should be treated with equality. Thus Village Creek, a community that was free from racism was established. Today, this neighborhood of city of Norwalk features an exclusive beach, marina, several tennis courts and a playground. Amongst the founders of Village Creek, Emily and Phil Oppenheimer and Roger Willcox still continue to stay here.
  • Plumb Memorial Library

    47 Wooster Street Shelton, CT 06484 United States - Phone: +1 203 924 1580
    The Plumb Memorial Library is a public library that caters to the city of Shelton of Connecticut. It is a spectacular model of the Romanesque-Revival style of architecture. For detailed information about its extensive collection, check website.
  • Whitneyville Congregational Church

    1253 Whitney Avenue Hamden, CT 06517 United States - Phone: +1 203 640 0429
    The Whitneyville Congregational Church is a magnificent church site situated in the city of Hamden in the U.S. State of Connecticut. The church building was finely constructed and established in the year 1834, and has adapted the Greek Revival style of architecture. Coming under the purview of United Church of Christ, the church stands listed on the National Register of Historic Places. 
  • US Post Office-South Norwalk Main

    16 Washington Street Norwalk, CT 06854 United States - Phone: +1 203 854 4747
    This historic post office has been serving South Norwalk's postal needs since 1936. The post office occupies a beautiful Classic Revival building and is one of the city's prominent architectural gems. The building features striking murals by noted artist Kindred McLeary.
  • Zion Lutheran Church

    132 Glenbrook Road Stamford, CT 06902 United States - Phone: +1 203 327 7751
    Nestled in Stamford's Glenbrook neighborhood, this church has been serving the followers of Martin Luther for nearly a century, and is regarded as one of the most beautiful churches in the city. Zion Lutheran Church is a wonderful representation of Late Gothic Revival architecture. Featuring a cross perched atop its entrance, this church has been constructed of red brick and is the only one of its kind in Stamford.
  • Hattertown Historic District

    Hattertown Road Newtown, CT 06470 United States - Phone: +1 203 426 9769(Tourist Information)
    Located in the Town of Newtown, the Hattertown is a historic district. With an amazing late 19th century constructions that are the main attractions of this place, the house feature the Colonial, Federal and Greek Revival architectures. The center of this historic district features the Hattertown Green which is the most pleasing attraction site. Along with the historic homes and beauties, the site also encompasses of secondary homes like the barns, sheds, etc. of that time span.

  • Seymour St. John Chapel

    333 Christian Street Wallingford, CT 06492 United States - Phone: +1 203 697 2000
    Seymour St. John Chapel is located in the campus of Choate Rosemary Hall and was built in 1924. This Georgian Revival structure was designed by Ralph Adams Cram and was formerly known as St. Andrew's Chapel. Besides being a sanctuary it is used for photo shoots and concerts.