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Sushi and Japanese Food at Sushi Mizu (Half Off). Two Options Available.

Sushi Mizu

New Haven

$25 $12.50

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Sushi made with fluke, crabmeat, and mango served alongside Japanese classics, such as seaweed salads and beef teriyaki

$16 for $30 Worth of Indian Dinner for Two at Zaroka Bar & Restaurant

Zaroka Bar & Restaurant

Downtown

$30 $16

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Sample traditional cuisine from Punjab, Gujarat, Bengal, and southern India, which ranges from homemade paneer to tandoori-grilled meats

Frozen Yogurt with Toppings, Smoothies, and Bubble Tea at Go Greenly (Up to 50% Off). Two Options Available.

Go Greenly

Downtown

$10 $5

Ecofriendly eatery makes fro-yo with organic Stonyfield yogurt in flavors such as simply taro, strawberry-banana, pomegranate and watermelon

Two Rum-Tasting Flights with Havana Sampler or $22 for $40 Worth of Food at Zafra Cuban Restaurant

Zafra Cuban Restaurant

Downtown

$38.95 $20

Havana sampler includes tostones rellenos, empanada, shrimp skewer, and dumpling; more than 300 types of rum

$12 for $20 or $20 for $40 Worth of Pub Food and Drinks at the Regal Beagle

The Regal Beagle

The Regal Beagle

$20 $12

Enjoy a menu of classics such as homemade lasagna and barbecue meatloaf sandwiches in an elevated pub atmosphere complete with live jazz

Dinner for Two or Four at Christopher Martin's Restaurant and Pub (Up to 50% Off). Four Options Available.

Christopher Martin's Restaurant and Pub

New Haven

$92 $55

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Locally sourced menu offers oyster mushrooms in avocado mousse, blue cheese with poached bosc pears, and filet mignon in horseradish cream

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"In each recipe of mine," says James Beard-nominated chef Bun Lai, "ingredients from disparate cultures are combined, symbolizing what is possible when people of the world live in harmony with one another." That might sound like a grandiose statement to make about dinner, but magazines such as Food and Wine, Saveur, Eating Well, The New Yorker, The Atlantic, Scientific American, and Outside Magazine can vouch for the chef's ambitions to change how the world thinks about food. Both magazines have celebrated Miya's Sushi's blend of Chinese, Japanese, and American avant-garde culinary techniques.

Having been featured on TV networks such as Food Network, ABC, NBC, Fox, and National Geographic for his unprecedented commitment to creating truly sustainable sushi, Chef Bun has forgone traditional ingredients such as tuna, shrimp, yellowtail, farmed eel, and even white sushi rice. Instead, as detailed on his upcoming 2015 major network series, he wraps invasive species such as lionfish and feral hog meat in unprocessed multigrain rice. The results delight New Haven County palates seeking new sushi flavors while also checking the spread of their source within delicate ecosystems?a huge relief for fish throughout the world.

68 Howe St.
New Haven,
CT
US

"In each recipe of mine," says James Beard-nominated chef Bun Lai, "ingredients from disparate cultures are combined, symbolizing what is possible when people of the world live in harmony with one another." That might sound like a grandiose statement to make about dinner, but magazines such as Food and Wine, Saveur, Eating Well, The New Yorker, The Atlantic, Scientific American, and Outside Magazine can vouch for the chef's ambitions to change how the world thinks about food. Both magazines have celebrated Miya's Sushi's blend of Chinese, Japanese, and American avant-garde culinary techniques.

Having been featured on TV networks such as Food Network, ABC, NBC, Fox, and National Geographic for his unprecedented commitment to creating truly sustainable sushi, Chef Bun has forgone traditional ingredients such as tuna, shrimp, yellowtail, farmed eel, and even white sushi rice. Instead, as detailed on his upcoming 2015 major network series, he wraps invasive species such as lionfish and feral hog meat in unprocessed multigrain rice. The results delight New Haven County palates seeking new sushi flavors while also checking the spread of their source within delicate ecosystems?a huge relief for fish throughout the world.

68 Howe St
New Haven,
CT
US

Food blog The Picky Vegan has featured Elaine's Healthy Choice and Yelpers give it an average rating of 4.5 stars. 100% of Urbanspooners recommend it.

117 Whalley Ave
New Haven,
CT
US

Whalley Seafood gives you everything that's good about the Atlantic without the need for swimming trunks or a fishing net. This New Haven restaurant is renowned for its fresh fish sandwiches and its platters, the latter of which stack tilapia, shrimp, scallops, or clam strips alongside fries and tangy cole slaw. If you're trying to stay on Neptune's good side before a scuba trip, Whalley also serves up land-based dishes such as grilled chicken and cheeseburgers.

117 Whalley Ave
New Haven,
CT
US

Rimagé's licensed body coddlers treat dermises to a mix of flowing touches and gentle exfoliation coupled with quality skincare products. A selection of massages features the Swedish techniques of pairing long, fluid strokes with an assortment of pressures to improve flexibility and muscle tone and release the tension of being caught making out with your reflection on the side of a lobster tank. Customers who choose a European facial transport pores across the pond to bathe in expertly applied natural ingredients. While a gentle mask or compress cleanses and refreshes visages, mild massages of the neck, face, and décolleté complete a full upper-body pampering, and all customers leave with a recommended care regimen to fool gullible skin into thinking it never left the spa.

1210 Chapel St
New Haven,
CT
US

At Brick Oven Pizza, the wood that heats the giant traditional oven imparts an unmistakable smoky flavor to every one of the pies. Customers keep coming back for specialty and custom-built pizzas topped with premium ingredients such as shrimp, fresh garlic, and sun-dried tomatoes. Crispy golden calzones are also available, as well as grinders and meatball-parmigiana subs.

122 Howe St
New Haven,
CT
US