A New Chapter To Come

NewHavenEats is going on hiatus. After 31 years as a staff photographer at the New Haven Register, I have left the newspaper. I fully intend to continue to take photographs, and with great hope and enterprise, this blog will find a new home. Thank you all for looking and reading, and especially, to all the restaurants who participated. They made all manner of delicious dishes for me to photograph, and took the time out of their busy days for not-so-quick interviews.

I will post when a new home is found.

Three Sheets: Fresh Food with Bar Atmosphere

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It may come as a surprise to find the freshest local shellfish in town is being served at an Elm Street bar called Three Sheets, at the original site of the neighborhood fixture, Rudy’s. Rick Seiden and Ed Turschmann of Milford have been … Continue reading

Oaxaca Kitchen – Spicy Deliciousness

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New Haven has been home to Prasad Chirnomula’s two stand-out Indian restaurants, the elegant Thali and the more casual, as well as vegetarian, Thali Too. When Chirnomula was encouraged to open yet another eatery, he surprised everyone by switching continents and culinary interests. He … Continue reading

Cedarhurst Cafe: Natural Light and Natural Food

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If it weren’t for an online dating service, there would be no Cedarhurst Cafe in New Haven’s Ninth Square. In 2009, Match.com brought Teri Bernet and Tom Panzella of Milford together, creating not just a romantic partnership, but a business one as well. … Continue reading

Christopher Martin’s: Far More than a Local Pub

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If you’re like me, you think of Christopher Martin’s as a great pub. You also might think about it as a community partner when it comes to charitable events – over the last 30 years their Road Race for Charity has given more … Continue reading

Barcelona: Spanish Tapas with Local Flavor

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One of the first things you discover about Barcelona is that it’s hard to discover. The entrance has no sign, no menu in a window, no clue that there’s a restaurant behind that slatted screen. It helps to know the restaurant faces Temple Street, at … Continue reading

Cask Republic: The Food is as Good as the Beer

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It seems like everyone in town knows Cask Republic on Crown Street has an amazing  beer selection. But, try as he might, man can’t live by beer alone, and Cask Republic makes sure to provide tasty bites to complement their tasty drink. … Continue reading