Yale University - 505 College Street,
Yale University - 505 College Street, New Haven
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The food and service was good. The entrees do not include a salad or vegetable but the food presentation is very nice. I went on a Sunday evening on a holiday weekend and was seated in at a noisy bar table which wasn't acceptable. Apparently they would normally seat people upstairs which wasn't open on the night I went. My guest and I chose to sit on the outside terrace by the street which was more to our liking so that we could hear each other speak. The restaurant provided a free dessert for our trouble.
The food is awesome. The duck with Gouda cheese empaneda is a must!!!
Drinks and food are all amazing. The restaurant is very inviting and all the staff are helpful and personable. One of our favorite places to visit in New Haven!
Great food and staff. The duck quesadillas are AWESOME!!!!
Awesome dinner!! Love it there! Excellent service as well!!
everything was delicious and the waitstaff very attentive
Parking is an issue; lots of construction at that corner. For all the issues with parking, though, dinner was excellent. The marrying of flavors in their sauces; chimmichura was delicious. We were not in the mood for fish, of which their menu is packed, we had the skirt steak and it was delicious. If you don't like fish, though, ,this is not the place for you.
A little loud but great food and martinis
Delicious!! Great service!
From Our Editors
Chef Rafael Palomino is a busy man. When he's not writing cookbooks?so far, he's authored five?he's working the stove at one of his many restaurants, dotted across three states.
Wherever he goes, Palomino weaves together flavors learned from growing up in Bogot?, Colombia, and cooking in France and New York City. At Pacifico, he and his staff whip up Nuevo Latino cuisine with a focus on seafood, including a signature seafood paella, steaks drizzled in a saffron-mojito sauce, and tapas.
As impressive as Pacifico's food is, the drink menu isn't the least bit overshadowed. CBS Connecticut named its mojitos?of which there are eight, including varieties made with coconut and passion fruit?some of the Top Rum Cocktails in Connecticut. The remainder of the cocktail menu blends spiced-up takes on classic cocktails and Latin America?invented staples such as caipirinhas, demonstrating a breadth and coherence that snagged the restaurant an honorable mention on Connecticut Magazine's list of the best cocktails of 2013. Pacifico's liquor cabinets also host an extensive wine list, a roster of rum and brandy, and a massive collection of tequila.
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