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Stirring Committee

Stir the Pot - New Haven Food Policy Council

People go hungry in New Haven every day. …

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Near and Far

The Little Colombia Restaurant

You can fly 2,500 miles for an authentic Colombian meal. Or you can take exit 51 off I-95 North…

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In the Pocket

“Pierogi: a small dough dumpling stuffed with a filling such as potato or cheese, typically served as a dish with onions or sour cream.” …

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Hereditary Plates

The Poppy's Special

In Poppy’s Restaurant, the word “Poppy” pops up a lot. …

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Food Scenery

Lobster Mac at John Davenport's

While it cuts an imposing 19-floor figure on Temple Street, the Omni New Haven Hotel is often overlooked by those who hang their hats in the city. It’s a place for travelers, not locals, we think. But John Davenport’s, the …

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Bounty Hunting

New Haven Farms

Meaty red tomatoes that juice when you slice them, bulging green pods full of firm, sweet peas. They’re the stuff of dreams when the calendar says spring but the forecast says winter. …

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Flex-Mex

You can hardly miss the colorful flags outside Las Brasas promising TACOS, BURRITOS. What you’ll find inside is something more: a traditional American diner with a full Mexican menu. …

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Short and Sweet

Did you know that humans have been tapping sugar maples to make syrup for at least 8,000 years? Or that sap is 98% water? …

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Dinner is Served

Olea - New Haven, CT

When Ibiza, the popular high-end Spanish restaurant on High Street, closed up shop a few years back, its head chef Manuel Romero saw an opportunity to start fresh in the same space. …

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Temple on Temple

Evangelos Topalidis outside Kalimera - New Haven, CT

Evangelos Topalidis wants to cook for you. You should want him to cook for you, too. …

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