Chances are, you’ve heard a few things about New Haven (yes, it’s the intellectually-pulsing and urbane home of Yale University ). But let’s skip the obvious – there’s more than meets the ‘Ivy’ League. See what we did there?
From our maritime history at Lighthouse Point to the charming eateries that dot Long Wharf, our breathtaking waterfront offers visitors a chance to enjoy a different side of New Haven.
In New Haven, there are many ways to spell brunch. From fine-dining establishments like John Davenport’s and Heirloom to casual-chic favorites like Harvest and Olives and Oil, the Elm City is the perfect place to plan next Sunday’s brunch.
Toast The Town
Sip, Sip, Hooray – it’s always a beautiful day in New Haven to try out local craft beer or enjoy a cocktail concoction. With an abundance of local brewers and acclaimed mixologists in the Elm City, it’s hard to choose a favorite!
Music on the Green
If you ask anyone from New Haven, summer nights are best spent swaying under the stars to Music On the Green, New Haven’s legendary outdoor concert series that brings world-class musicians to the Elm City each year to perform for packed-out crowds on the New Haven Green.