Restaurant Week will return in late March

A scene from the Union League Café on Chapel Street in downtown New Haven.

A scene from the Union League Café on Chapel Street in downtown New Haven.

Restaurant Week will return to New Haven, a city known for its diverse culinary offerings. It will take place from March 22 to 27, with more than 30 restaurants participating with special prices and menus.

The twice-a-year celebration is an opportunity for diners to experience limited-time, discounted menus at some of the city’s most celebrated eateries, according to Visit New Haven, the local tourism organization.

Restaurants taking part serve such varied cuisine as American (modern to traditional), Chinese, Coastal New England, Cuban, fresh farm, French, Indian, Italian, Latin, Malaysian, Mediterranean, Mexican, soul, Spanish and sushi.

 

Lunch for $18, and dinner for $32

Participating restaurants will offer special three-course, prix fixe menus for both lunch and dinner.

The menus include an appetizer, entrée and dessert for lunch ($18 per person) and dinner ($32 per person). Prices do not include beverages, tax or gratuity (some restrictions may apply).

Regular menus will also be offered in addition to the limited time prix fixe options. Guests are strongly recommended to make reservations in advance.

 

Participating restaurants

The participating restaurants are:

116 Crown  (Mediterranean)

Adrianas Restaurant and Wine Bar  (Italian)

Barcelona Wine Bar & Restaurant  (Spanish)

Basta Trattoria  (Organic Italian)

Bentara Restaurant  (Malaysian Fusion)

Briq Restaurant  (Modern American)

Caffe Bravo  (Italian)

Caseus Fromagerie Bistro  (Gastro Pub)

Cask Republic  (Modern American)

Christopher Martins Restaurant  (American Bistro)

Fornarelli’s Ristorante  (Italian)

Goodfellas Restaurant  (Italian)

Harvest Wine Bar & Restaurant  (Modern American)

Heirloom Restaurant  (Coastal Farm Cooking)

John Davenport’s Restaurant  (Contemporary Coastal New England)

L’Orcio  (Contemporary Italian)

Miya’s Sushi  (Sustainable Sushi)

Oaxaca Kitchen  (Mexican)

Olea  (Spanish and Mediterranean)

Pacifico Restaurant  (Nuevo Latino)

ROIA Restaurant and Café  (French and Italian)

Soul De Cuba Café  (Cuban Soul Food)

Stone Hearth  (Farm Fresh)

Tarry Lodge  (Italian)

Taste of China  (Authentic Chinese)

Temple Grill  (American Grill)

Thali  (Indian)

Tre Scalini Ristorante  (Italian)

Union League Café  (Contemporary French)

Zafra Cuban Restaurant & Rum Bar  (Cuban and Spanish)

Zaroka  (Indian)

 

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