New Harvest Restaurant treats its diners to a lavish menu of eclectic New American cuisine, served in a cozy, laid-back environment with friendly servers and barkeeps and homey brick walls. Guests belly up to the bar for a glass of cabernet sauvignon and conversations with friends?or cozy up next to a rustic fireplace in the dining area for bites of chicken proven?al, mussels in white wine, or chocolate cream cake.
The pizza at The Original Antonio's is so good, it converted a deep-dish-loving Chicagoan, who proclaimed their pies as "the best thin-crust pizza" with sauce that's "to die for" on the eatery's website. Their specialty creations range from a vegetarian Torino with roasted eggplant and lemon-cream sauce, to the Chrissy with New York strip steak and sweet peppers. But pizza isn't all they're known for?the Setaro family really shines when they use flashlights to prepare traditional Italian entrees such as housemade gnocchi with plum tomatoes. The menus' meatier dishes include an 8-ounce filet with wild mushrooms, and braised short ribs with tomato ragout.
The Outer Space is a fitting setting for an old-school sailor. Its interior features a dark wood bar, a vintage-looking couch, and a ship's steering wheel hanging on one wall. On top of that, the bar hosts live music seven nights a week. Of course, The Outer Space is an extra fitting spot for a sailor thanks to its extensive beer menu, which runs the gamut from pilsners and stouts to ciders. See a calendar of The Outer Space's live events here.
The deep swell of rolling balls and cacophony of falling pins punctuate conversations at family-friendly Amity Bowl. After retrieving shoes and selecting spherical pin-bashing implements, pairs of guests will assume command of a lacquered lane for ten frames of relaxed collaboration or energetic competition. Partake in traditionally lit pin-thrashing, or revel in the dim splendor of cosmic bowling, which, like most leisure and every incident of smearing toothpaste in a friend's hair, occurs during the weekend. Two frosty cups of bubbly beverages may help reinvigorate wearied bowlers during the seventh-frame stretch. As an automated mouth at the lane’s end continues restocking its hourglass-shaped teeth, bowlers may also visit the snack bar to sink their own teeth into classic bowling-alley munchies.
Cuisine Type: Farm-to-table tapas
Handicap Accessible: Yes
Number of Tables: 11?25
Parking: Free street parking
Most popular offering: Diver scallops with market vegetables
Alcohol: Full bar
Delivery/Takeout Available: Takeout Only
Outdoor Seating: Yes
Tell us a little about your restaurant. Oak Haven Table & Bar is a tapas-style gastropub that specializes in beer, wine, and bourbon. It is nestled in historic grotto neighborhood of New Haven. The caf? opens as a trendy gastropub and transforms into a vibrant bar at night. As our name suggests, we are a fusion caf? that sells delicious wines, craft beers, and spirits that complement a farm-to-table food menu. We support local farms, vineyards, microbreweries, and distributors whenever possible and want to be a sanctuary for the cultured consumer. Walk in and see the warming wood accents, rustic edison fixtures, the abstract furniture, that all seamlessly flows together to create a feng shui ambiance that makes everyone inside feel comfy.
In your own words, how would you describe your menu? Our mission is to sell fresh and unique food and drinks. Our product must meet the highest standards of quality, freshness, and seasonality while combining both modern-creative and classical styles of cooking. Oak Haven Table & Bar always keeps its concept fresh, exciting, and on the cutting edge of the hospitality industry. Lastly, we give back to the New Haven community to improve the quality of life for everyone in our neighborhood.
Zafra refers to the term harvesting sugarcane, which is one of the main ingredients in rum. And Zafra Cuban Restaurant knows rum, stocking its shelves with more than 300 different types of the liquor. Guests can drink rum mixed into mojitos and martinis, or sip the libation straight. While the rum selection is impressive, Zafra is also known for its cuisine, nabbing top honors from the OpenTable Diners? Choice award for Cuban food. Chefs tuck mango chicken into housemade empanadas and serve ceviche inside a coconut shell. Cuban entrees include guava-glazed salmon and grilled flank steak slathered in a chimichurri sauce. Another Cuban tradition occurs every Sunday night, when high-energy beats fill the restaurant and guests can spin and dip their way through salsa routines and games of tag.