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Warm and welcoming in a provincial setting, this restaurant offers innovative Italian cuisine and claims to serve the best grilled portobello mushrooms around. Situated on Little Italy's Wooster Street, the restaurant offers luxurious eating at moderate prices. Reservations are recommended for weekends, but feel free to saunter in during the weekday--you will be sure to enjoy a memorable meal. New Haveners voted Tre Scalini Numero Uno for best Italian.
Oak Haven Table & Bar offers has a bright, clean and fresh ambiance. With plenty of natural light streaming through the white-washed window panes, it is a nice place for a casual weekend brunch or post work drink with friends. The menu features seasonal ingredients and aims to throw the spotlight on local produce. From small plates and snacks perfect for sharing over a drink to more substantial options, choose from dishes like the Pretzel Nugs, Blue Crab crab cakes, Harvest Salad, Meatballs with fresh mozzarella and Steak. Each dish is named after the main ingredient in a very minimalist fashion and the produce is clearly the star here. Craft cocktails and wines provide a refreshing accompaniment to each meal. Sample concoctions like the Orchards Bounty, Death in the Afternoon and Bon Vivant. For additional details, visit the restaurant.
Cave a Vin is one of New Haven's favorite and most popular wine bars. This friendly neighborhood spot offers up a delicious selection of multiple wines, both domestic and international. They also offer a good selection of delicious snacks like cheese plates, salads, panini and delectable desserts. Take a seat in the comfortable interiors, or on the delightful patio and relax with a glass of wine and good company.
August is nestled in a cozy nook on Edwards Street, and is a modest space lined with limited seating. The decor is also punctuated with curious taxidermy mounted against an exposed brick-wall. Owned by a married couple who are self-taught cooks, August delivers simple yet delicious food from behind the mahogany bar counter. Oysters and paninis are something that this eatery specializes in, along with wine that you can't go wrong with. Other drinks served here include coffee, teas and home-made sodas.
This is heaven for any sports waging fan! Enjoy a state-of-the-art simulcast theater where you can watch and wager on the best thoroughbred, harness and greyhound racing and jai-alai on four high resolution movie-sized screens. Races from all around the country are viewable from screens to personal television sets in the balcony restaurant and clubhouse. If you need a break, relax at the bar located in the center of the complex, where a 2,800-gallon aquarium filled with exotic sharks entertains. Admission is restricted to age 18 and over.
In the shadow of East Rock, this 100-year-old eatery has a cozy bar with a lively atmosphere, which can be a little raucous at times. But it is where you meet up with friendly locals and chow down on the "best Buffalo wings" outside of Buffalo. Unpretentious but hearty victuals like sandwiches and burgers are served until late. The pub also has locations in Fairfield and Milford.