370 Highland St.
West Haven, CT 06516
Phone: (203) 934-6611
Fax: (203) 932-1926
370 Highland St., West Haven, CT, US, 06516
- Phone: (203) 934-6611
- Fax: (203) 932-1926
Savin Rock Roasting Company is conveniently located right by the famous boardwalk in West Haven. While there you can grab a sandwich, steak or some delicious local seafood. During the evening, there are often live performances from local musicians or comedians.
If you like food that is simple but high on taste and quality then China Cafe is the place for you. Serving sumptuous and delicious Chinese fare, this eatery is well-known for its quick and prompt service. Gorge on classic Chinese dishes at this no-smoking diner. This place provides for a healthy and clean environment to it's guest, so that they can enjoy a full filing and nourishing meal. Alcohol is not served and they accept only cash.
Despite Brazi's tricky location on a loading dock, this restaurant's proximity to the Long Wharf Theater makes it a great place to grab a before or after-theater lunch or dinner. It is one of New Haven's premier Italian restaurants, specializing in pasta favorites as well as veal, chicken and fresh seafood, and the well-known pizza prepared in wood burning brick ovens. The restaurant is a family friendly, fun place, offering a whimsical ice-cream-parlor decor where you can relax and enjoy a casual culinary experience.
Enjoy the pleasant flavors from the Mediterranean at The Greek Olive. Along with delectable Greek specials and Italian delights, you can also gorge on their local dishes like burgers, subs, sandwiches, wraps and hotdogs with a Mediterranean flair. Dig in to their salads made of fresh vegetables and tender meat mixed with tantalizing sauces. To get a taste of their best preparations, choose from their daily specials.
'Tandoor' actually means an Indian traditional stove used for cooking. Very apt to it's name 'Tandoor' comes up with delicious and sumptuous Indian dishes that will surely whet your appetite. Delicacies like 'Daal Makhani' and 'Paneer Masala' are made with choicest spices and fresh ingredients. Savor scrumptious Indian cuisine in an atmosphere that is clean and hygienic. The courteous waiting staff is prompt and the service is very remarkable.
Yet another first for New Haven: not only did the city introduce pizza to America, it is also home of the hamburger, introduced to the world by this diner in 1900. If you drive or walk by too quickly, you might miss this small, unpretentious, cottage-like building tucked away along the bustling street. But on the inside, New Haveners enjoy "a bomb" of a burger, so good that ketchup and mustard are no-no's. The burgers are grilled vertically for the best taste possible, and if you ask nicely, you might get a slice of cheese. Maybe. This is a classic New Haven landmark not to be missed!
Geronimo Southwest Grill & Tequila Bar offers a delectable array of Southwestern flavors. The restaurant is named after the fearless Apache warrior Geronimo, whose bones are rumored to rest in New Haven. The cuisine served here amalgamates cooking traditions of the Native Americans, Mexicans, Spaniards and the English settlers, giving it a modern flair. Guests can choose from their extensive menu comprising of tacos, quesadillas, ribs, mac and cheese, burritos and more. Enjoy your evenings with your friends at Geronimo having a tequila blast.
This converted garage turned hip bar, microbrewery and dance club has upscale recreation room written all over it. Cowhide couches, soft, beaten-up sofas and a pool table all suggest that you relax and hang out with friends for a few drinks and noshes. Grab the renowned, paper-thin brick oven pizza, or cool, contemporary dishes next door at the connected Brü Rm, where second story eating offers views of New Haven street life. Huge copper vats of beer is on display and live music, DJs, dancing and wild nights sprinkle the calendar.
This cute and comfortable cafe next to Yale University serves up the flavors and culinary traditions of Cuba and the Caribbean. The menu features family recipes for classics like ropa vieja, rabo encendido and many more. For larger groups or larger appetites, try one of the prix fixe shared plates.
For those who would like delectable fare of seafood blended with vibrant Latin flavors, a stop at Pacifico is a must. Located in the heart of Downtown New Haven, the shades of blue that decorate the entrance as well as the interiors will cocoon you in an oceanic ambiance. Relish in dishes like crispy whole sea bass, lobster quesadillas or caramelized salmon. Complement your food with some of their CT magazine prize-winning Mojitos.
Indian cuisine is well-known and much liked world-over. The India Palace Restaurant is home to sumptuous and delicious Indian delicacies like 'Daal Makhani' and 'Chhole'. Savor the finger-licking yummy dishes in a calm and soothing ambiance. The soft music that plays in the background engulfs you and helps you relax. Gorge on an exotic meal that is prepared with choicest and good-quality spices and ingredients. The place truly gives an authentic taste of India to it's diners.
The ambiance of this restaurant is peaceful, with orchid-colored walls adorned with plants, pink tablecloths covered with white paper, and oriental pictures. Patrons can choose the level of spice from three different star ratings and the ingredients are fresh. Specialties include Lime Chicken, Saigon Sound Pancake, Ginger Squid, and Vietnamese Special Salad.