E-Newsletter Archive

One of our absolute favorite streets in the Elm City is memory lane, and we’d like to invite you to join us on a leisurely stroll through the archives of the monthly INFO New Haven e-newsletters.

Heirloom: Home of the Holiday’s Most Festive Cocktails

If you’re looking for a classy spot to grab after-work drinks or in need of a festive cocktail recipe to serve at your next holiday gathering, then you’ve come to the right place. From pear-infused spiced rye to a barrel-aged black manhattan, make a toast to the holiday season with these delicious festive cocktails designed… View Article

The Glowing History of New Haven’s Annual Tree Lighting

As we head into the month of December, Market New Haven had the pleasure of speaking with Colin Caplan, New Haven resident, historian, author, and owner of Taste of New Haven Food Tours about everyone’s favorite holiday festivity – the annual holiday tree lighting, which takes place every year on the New Haven Green. Read… View Article

Small Business Saturday Returns to Downtown

‘Tis the holiday season with festive happenings in the heart of New Haven this year. From our exceptional entertainment scene to our endless variety of retailers and local boutiques, New Haven is delivering that “Hallmark movie” holiday feeling with our quaint New England charm. Visitors and locals looking to fill their calendars with joy and… View Article

Delicious Holiday Appetizer: Get the Party Started with Chef Romero’s Sharable App

This holiday season, we’re shaking things up. While traditional thanksgiving dishes like mashed potatoes and stuffing are an absolute staple on the table every year, it may be time to wow your friends and family with the unexpected.  When he’s not serving innovative dishes at Olea in New Haven, Chef Manuel Romero also enjoys making… View Article

Meet Chef John Brennan of Elm City Social and Olives + Oil

In New Haven, it’s no secret our culinary scene runs deep – from diverse cultural cuisines to the unique chefs at the helm of many of our beloved restaurants and eateries across the city. Let us introduce you to Chef John Brennan, the owner of not only one, but two restaurants in New Haven –… View Article

Halloween in New Haven: What to Do and Where to Get Spooked

If you’re on the hunt for the best things to do in New Haven this Halloween, then you’ve come to the right place. To celebrate the spooky season, the city is filled with haunted happenings. From paranormal ghost tours on hallowed grounds to mysterious ancient cemeteries, here’s the ultimate guide for where to get spooked… View Article

Celebrate National Pizza Month in New Haven

October is officially National Pizza Month – or if you’re a local, National Apizza Month. In New Haven, we take our pizza very seriously. Step aside New York and Chicago, the Elm City rests its case as arguably the pizza capital of the U.S., known for its famous Neapolitan-style apizza. In honor of National Pizza… View Article

The Best Leaf Peeping Spots in New Haven this Fall

In New Haven, leaf peeping season is arguably the best season of the year. With fall foliage colors peaking now through October 28, there is no better time to plan an autumn adventure than right now. From East Rock to Westville, we’ve narrowed down the best leaf peeping spots in New Haven. So grab your… View Article

October 2022 – Vol. 95

September 2022 – Vol. 94

Experience New Haven Restaurant Week Like a Pro

Snackers and sommeliers, mark your calendars – New Haven Restaurant Week is back and better than ever this fall. From October 16 – October 29, 2022, join us downtown for all-new dining experiences and exclusive offerings at 23 restaurants across the Elm City. Participating restaurants will be offering pre-fix menus ranging from two-course lunch options… View Article

The Otherworldly Charm of Grove Street Cemetery

September 27, 2022 On the hunt for your first spooky fix of the fall season? Kick-off Halloween month with a visit to one of New Haven’s treasured historical landmarks, Grove Street Cemetery. Neighbored by Yale University, the cemetery is the oldest planned cemetery in the nation. Designed as a “City of the Dead,” complete with… View Article

Satisfy Your Sweet Tooth with The Anchor Spa’s Chef Kendall Thigpen’s Molten Lava Cake

September 20, 2022 Need to satisfy your late-night sweet tooth craving? New Haven local Kendall Thigpen, Chef at The Anchor Spa has you covered. With every great chef and recipe, there comes an even greater backstory. Growing up, you could always find him alongside his great-grandmother and grandmother in the kitchen cooking up meals for… View Article

5 Boozy Brunch Spots in Downtown

September 6, 2022 Let’s talk brunch. Whether your plate is packed with chicken and waffles or a classic eggs benny, nothing pairs better with brunch than a cocktail. Make it a Bloody Mary or bottomless mimosas, a boozy brunch is the ultimate way to wrap up a weekend or begin a new week. Let’s raise… View Article

Try Chef Claire Criscuolo’s Simple Vinaigrette On Your Next Salad

If you are undecided on your next meal and have trouble deciding if you want breakfast, a sandwich, or even have a craving for Mexican food, it’s time to pay a visit to Claire’s Corner Copia located Downtown. Owner Claire Criscuolo opened the restaurant, over 46 years ago, with her beloved late husband, Frank.  Claire… View Article

Hartford and New Haven: A Tale of Two Capitals

Hartford and New Haven: A Tale of Two Capitals Can you name the Connecticut state capital city? If you said Hartford, you’d be right — well, half right. At one point in time, the state of Connecticut was home to not one, but two state capitals, one of which was none other than New Haven…. View Article

All About The New Haven Green: From Its History to Its Mystery

16 acres long and made of nine symmetrical squares – downtown is made up of 9 squares, New Haven’s Green is made up of quadrants and pathways, the New Haven Green is the beating heart and soul of our city. The Green has lived many lives, once standing as a religious epicenter cloaked in the… View Article

What’s In a Name? Welcome to New Haven.

Back in 1638, a group of English Puritans boarded a ship dubbed “The Hector,” and set sail for the future. They arrived in the heart of the New Haven harbor and settled into what was then known as Quinnipiac. Just two years later, the town of Quinnipiac was given a new name – New Haven…. View Article

August 2022 – Vol. 93

July 2022 – Vol. 92

June 2022 – Vol. 91

May 2022 – Vol. 90

April 2022 – Vol. 89

March 2022 – Vol. 87

February 2022 – Vol. 86

February 2022 – Vol. 85

January 2022 – Vol. 84

December 2021 – Vol. 83

November 2021 Vol. 82

October 2021 Vol. 78

September 2021 Vol. 77

August 2021 Vol. 76

July 2021 – Vol. 75

June 2021 – Vol. 74

May 2021 – Vol. 73

April 2021 – Vol. 71

March 2021 – Vol. 68

February 2021 – Vol. 62

January 2021 – Vol. 61

December 2020 – Vol. 57

November 2020 – Vol. 52

October 2020 – Vol. 50

September 2020 – Vol. 44

August 2020 – Vol. 39

July 2020 – Vol. 35

June 2020 – Vol. 33

May 2020 – Vol. 30

April 2020 – Vol. 29

March 2020 – Vol. 28

February 2020 – Vol. 26

January 2020 – Vol. 25

December 2019 – Vol. 24

November 2019 – Vol. 22

October 2019 – Vol. 20

September 2019 – Vol. 19

August 2019 – Vol. 18

July 2019 – Vol. 17

June 2019 – Vol. 16

May 2019 – Vol. 15

April 2019 – Vol. 13

March 2019 – Vol. 12

February 2019 – Vol. 11

January 2019 – Vol. 10

December 2018 – Vol. 8

November 2018 – Vol. 7

October 2018 – Vol. 5

September 2018 – Vol. 4

August 2018 – Vol. 3

July 2018 – Vol. 2

June 2018 – Vol. 1