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Partner's Cafe is a fun hangout spot, popular amongst the locals and tourists at New Haven. This LGBT bar is known for offering a wide range of beverages to choose from at moderate prices. If you don't want to go for the regular spirits, you can enjoy some colorful concoctions that are sure to entice your palate. Besides, the bar has different events like dance and DJ parties, karaoke nights and others to keep its guests entertained.
Located in New Haven's historic and vibrant downtown area, and bordered by Yale University, Chapel Street and the eponymous historic district that surrounds it have been on the National Register of Historic Places since 1984. Take a stroll down the street to check out the plethora of architectural styles represented here in one of New Haven's most well known areas. Nowadays most of the buildings date from the 18th Century through the 20th Century.
This artsy cinema at Temple Square allows you an excellent cinema going experience. With state-of-the-art amenities and Dolby Digital Sound you are sure to get your money's worth. A glass marquee, an appealing lobby, and a café that serves beer, wine and malt beverages, just add to the experience. Enjoy the Lavazza coffee and Mighty Leaf teas; popcorn, pretzels and chocolates too are on offer. Sunday mornings at 11a, enjoy classic cinema at bargain prices at their Movies 7 Mimosas program. For film times, ticket prices and further information, please call or see their website.
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.