April 7-12

New Haven invites you to celebrate the New Haven Restaurant Week, Connecticut’s first established restaurant week promotion. During April 7-12, more than 25 of New Haven’s award-winning and internationally diverse restaurants will serve prix fixe lunch and dinner menus that will impress even the most discerning foodies! 

$17 Lunch, 2-course prix fixe
$31 Dinner, 3-course prix fixe
Union League Cafe   
Tre Scalini Ristorante  
Tarry Lodge
Temple Grill
Soul de Cuba Cafe  
Shell & Bones Oyster Bar
ROIA Restaurant & Cafe  
Olives & Oil  
Miya's Sushi  
Lenny & Joe's Fish Tale
John Davenport's
Jack's Bar & Steakhouse  
Harvest Wine Bar  
Goodfellas Restaurant  
Christopher Martins  
Cask Republic  
Basta Trattoria  
Barcelona Wine Bar  
Atelier Florian  
Adriana's Restaurant  
116 Crown  
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Dining in New Haven
March 15–April 06, 2019
University Theatre, 222 York Street

Separated from her twin brother in a shipwreck, Viola disguises herself as a man and falls in love with her new employer Orsino, who dotes on OIivia, who falls for Cesario, who’s really Viola. And that’s before Sebastian washes ashore in search of his missing sister. In director Carl Cofield’s vibrant Afro-futurist production, Shakespeare’s most wonderful romantic comedy brims with music and dances to the heartbeat of unrequited love.
Dinaras of the Gupta Kings (obverse), Indian, fourth to sixth century CE, gold, The Hunterian, University of Glasgow, photograph by Antonia Reeves

1080 Chapel St., New Haven

  • Britain in the World
  • Before the Deluge: Apocalyptic Floodscapes
  • William Hunter and the Anatomy of the Modern Museum
  • Victorian Idyll
  • Instruction and Delight: Children’s Games from the Ellen and Arthur Liman Collection

1111 Chapel St., New Haven
  • Matthew Barney: Redoubt
  • A Nation Reflected: Stories in American Glass (opens March 29)

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