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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.
This thriving community arts center in New Haven, serves as a huge canvas for the many upcoming and local artists. The center is a venue for the exhibits of artworks by the talented artists as well as concerts by musicians from across the country. Apart from hosting performing arts events, the center also serves as a melting pot for artists who can meet up like-minded people and indulge in exchange of ideas.
Initiated by a team of young students, this initiative has attracted the attention of art lovers in the city.
Ring in the weekend with some great drinks and good music to accompany at Stella Blues. This chic bar is a popular hangout spot amongst the locals as well as the tourists and is known for the regular live music gigs that it hosts. Besides, Stella Blues offers an impressive list of beers and ales. The menu is priced moderately and the Happy Hours assure that you can drink without digging a hole in your pocket. In addition to the live music performances, the bar has a pool-table and TV to keep you entertained. All in all, you are sure to have a good time when here.
This schooner is a recreation of the tall ship La Amistad that was the site of the mutiny by illegally captured Africans on their voyage to America. The ship was built using all traditional methods and techniques to make the replica as authentic as possible. Tours of the ship are available which inform visitors of the story of the ship, and the ship serves as both classroom and monument as well.
Named after the fraternal brotherhood, the Knights of Columbus museum is one of the finest religiously themed museums in America. Situated beside the Supreme Council office, the museum strives to put the various activities of the Knights of Columbus fraternity into the forefront of the world. The numerous material sources and artifacts pertaining to the fraternity are on show in this Columbus Plaza museum.