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Inventive Craft Cocktails and Multicultural Food Experience at New Haven’s Historic Bar

Inventive Craft Cocktails and Multicultural Food Experience at New Haven’s Historic Bar

Co-written by guest author Anna B Albright and editor-in-chief Alara Degirmenci If you’ve walked through downtown New Haven, you’ve noticed Anchor Spa. An unconventional facade hides a Black-owned Caribbean-style restaurant and creative bar. Named after the Milford, Connecticut beach where it first opened during Prohibition, in its halcyon days The Anchor became a favorite watering … Continue reading

An Uplifted Tavern Experience

An Uplifted Tavern Experience

On a Friday night before the onset of the ongoing midterm season, the Chew Haven team enjoyed a lavish early dinner at Tavern on State, an East Rock establishment located a fifteen minute walk away from the central Yale campus (on State Street, nestled among other restaurants previously reviewed by our blog). The multitude of … Continue reading

A Taste of Belgium on Chapel

A Taste of Belgium on Chapel

This past weekend, the Chew Haven team enjoyed an elaborate dinner at Atelier Florian — located a stone’s throw from the Yale University Art Gallery at 1166 Chapel Street, the establishment has been serving a fine blend of upscale Belgian-French fare to its patrons since May 2015. In keeping with our policy of inviting one … Continue reading

An Elevated Take on Thai Food

An Elevated Take on Thai Food

Chew Haven’s restaurant visits aim to compile and share impressions of the food, the ambience, and the stories behind local restaurants. On our recent visit to September in Bangkok (established in September 2018, located on State Street approximately twenty minute walking distance from Central Campus), we had the pleasure of enjoying a fabulous dinner and … Continue reading

Love you a brunch at Barracuda

Love you a brunch at Barracuda

Conveniently located on Chapel West just five minutes away from most of Yale’s residential colleges and graduate schools, Barracuda Bistro & Bar is already quite popular amongst students for their delicious local oysters ($1.50 a piece), their small plates, and their seemingly endless Happy Hours offerings (evenings, late nights, and early afternoons basically every single … Continue reading

Up All Night with Miya’s

Up All Night with Miya’s

With Halloweekend coming to an end, we all need a little excitement to hold us off until Thanksgiving. Miya’s Sushi, located on 68 Howe Street, offers a welcoming, cozy scene that’ll help scare away midterm season. Miya’s takes pride in their inventive twists on traditional sushi and noodles, striving for sustainability and environmental responsibility. Their … Continue reading