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Up the Road

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Walking into Crossroads, an eco-conscious coffeehouse and bakery in North Haven, the smell of coffee welcomed me as sunlight poured across a wall of framed mirrors. A painted map in back had Crossroads at its center, and real and faux …

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Lunch Specialist

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At first glance, the lunch menu at Zoi’s looks like your standard fare: sandwiches, salads, a side of fries. …

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Branching Out

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Some of the cheesiest New Haven foodies are still mourning the loss of Caseus, the popular eatery and fromagerie that…

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Passion: Fruit

Fruit Salad from Cositas Deliciosas

Add condensed milk to pretty much any food and you’ve won me over. But let’s set that aside for a moment. Because people really go to Cositas Deliciosas for the fruit. …

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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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Flex-Mex

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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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Worth the Wait

Bella's Benedict at Bella's Café

On weekends, when the brunch crowd emerges in search of poached eggs and mimosas, “people wait outside for nearly an hour” to eat at Bella’s Cafe, founder-owner Rose Foote says. We’ve personally waited longer. …

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The Bready Bunch

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Bread and chocolate—what more could you need? Bread & Chocolate, a modest storefront on Whitney Avenue in Hamden, celebrates the combination of these two essential food groups, as well as the union of another duo…

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Think ’Fast

Cinnamon Roll Pancakes at The Pantry

Lenny Fritz opened The Pantry in 1987 with every intention of starting a full-blown food op: breakfast, lunch, dinner, catering. But as the work days got longer, he cut out the dinner. As family obligations became more consuming, he …

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