August 7, 2014
New Haven, Connecticut Distance: 180 miles (2 hours, 58 minutes) As home to Yale University, New Haven "is packed with museums, galleries and more," says Bob Diener, co-founder of Getaroom.com. "Neighborhoods such as Little Italy have great food and the Audubon Arts district is loaded with galleries." Read more: http://www.cioccasubaru.com/blog/2014/july/25/allentown-and-country-great-american-road-trips-on-a-3-hour-drive.htm#ixzz39ipqFIBF Follow us: @mcall on Twitter | mcall.lv on Facebook
August 7, 2014
Named after one of New Haven's founding fathers, John Davenport's, located in the Omni New Haven Hotel at Yale, offers menus derived from fresh local products and regional cuisines all the way from Prince Edward Island to the Hudson Valley, all while presenting you with beautiful views of the historic Yale campus from the 19th floor.
August 5, 2014
The famous pizza town has a culinary history that dates further back than pizza — to craft beer, parking spaces used for outdoor seating, the first ever square-shaped donuts, the original sustainable sushi restaurant, and much more
July 31, 2014
Somewhere between quiet villages and metropolises that never sleep are these perfect up-and-coming American cities. With their revitalized downtowns, they’re savvy enough to brew smooth craft beers, land touring Broadway shows, and attract Food Network-caliber chefs.