Oaxaca Kitchen in New Haven, CT | Southern Comfort

By Jocelyn Ruggiero, Published: January 2014, Yankee Magazine The aromas of cooking infiltrate every corner of the small apartment. Aracely Rojas carries plate after plate to the kitchen table: pozole with hominy, tamales, garlic prawns, lamb barbacoa, ceviche Veracruz, Yucatan pork with plantains. Her guest, Prasad Chirnomula, is dazzled: “I love your food,” he declares. […]

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Nearby New Haven Spend a Day (Or More) Taking In The Sights

By Mark G. Auerbach, Published: February 2014, Special for PRIME You may think of New Haven, Conn., as the home of Yale University, or the last stop on MetroNorth’s Grand Central line, or the city with the closest Ikea. It’s all of the above, yet much more. Just about 65 miles down I-91 from Springfield (a […]

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Fun Things To Do With The Whole Family In New Haven

Fun Things To Do With The Whole Family In New Haven

By Candice Williams, Published: February 6, 2014, BabyGizmo Have you ever been to New Haven, CT? For all our East Coast readers, New Haven offers a variety of family friendly activities! It’s affordable and has lots of learning activities and adventures for kids who appreciate art, music, and culture.  So we’re bringing you just a […]

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Developer Takes a New Look at Downtown New Haven

By Lisa Prevost, Published: February 11, 2014, The New York Times NEW HAVEN — A firm that once turned up its nose at this collegiate city now wants to build a $360 million mixed-use development on a downtown parking lot. In a vote of confidence for the downtown area, the Canadian firm LiveWorkLearnPlay has signed on to […]

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Washington Post: New Haven, Conn., makes the transition

BY Amanda Erickson, Published: January 16 It’s rare for a supermarket to make it onto a traveler’s itinerary. But two people have recommended Elm City Market, so here I am. The sprawling organic food co-op is bright and cheerful, with luscious produce and cheese offerings that would make a monger proud. But really, my guides […]

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L’Occitane Thrilled to be Part of the New Haven and Yale Community

A new chain outlet on Chapel Street fills an empty storefront, creates four new jobs, brings color to the block, and offers immortality in a bottle. A top seller at L’Occitane En Provence, which officially opened on Thursday, is the global beauty product company’s “Creme Divine: A L’Immortelle Bioloque.” It’s $106 for a 1.7-ounce bottle. […]

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Spice Is Right (Daily Nutmeg New Haven)

Entering Indian restaurant Thali Too, the fragrance is fresh and pleasant, as if there are live cumin and turmeric plants just under your nose. And when you’re at a vegetarian restaurant, plants are what you’re there for. With two big Thali locations downtown, it’s easy to assume that New Haven is the birthplace of the enterprise. […]

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