Friday, April 13, 2012

New Haven Restaurant Week starts Sunday

NEW HAVEN — New Haven will host the 8th installment of the ever popular bi-annual New Haven Restaurant Week from Sunday through Friday, April 15 – 20, 2012, offering diners savings at local restaurants.
Patrons of New Haven Restaurant Week can whet their palates with a variety of menu options from 34 city restaurants, according to a release from Market New Haven.
Participating restaurants will offer prix fixe, three-course lunch and dinner menus comprised of an appetizer, entrée and dessert. The prix fixe lunch menu will cost $18, while the dinner menu will cost $32. All prix fixe menus will be available in addition to regular menus and do not include beverage, tax or gratuity (some restrictions apply). Patrons are recommended to make reservations in advance.
“We are very excited to host another restaurant week this spring, allowing diners to experience New Haven’s award-winning dining scene at affordable prices,” said Mayor John DeStefano, Jr. “New Haven Restaurant Week is no longer thought of as simply an event, but rather a seasonal tradition for residents and visitors alike, and this spring will continue New Haven Restaurant Week’s impressive success story.”
Restaurants participating include: 116 Crown (Bar, Kitchen & Cellar), Adriana’s Restaurant & Wine Bar (Northern Italian), Barcelona Restaurant & Wine Bar (Spanish Wine Bar), Basta Trattoria (Southern Italian), Bentara (Spicy Malaysian), Café Goodfellas (Regional Italian), Carmen Anthony Steakhouse (American Steakhouse), Caseus (Fromagerie & Bistro), Central Steakhouse (Steak, Seafood & Wine), Christopher Martins (Modern American & Italian), Consiglio’s Restaurant (Authentic Italian), Geronimo (Southwestern), Gilt (Moroccan Steakhouse), Heirloom (Coastal Farm), Ibiza (Creative Spanish), John Davenport’s (Contemporary American), Kudeta (Asian Fusion), L’Orcio (Contemporary Italian), Leon’s Restaurant (Italian Cuisine), Miya’s Sushi (Creative Sushi), Oaxaca Kitchen (Contemporary Mexican), Old School Saloon and Bistro (Continental Cuisine), Pacifico (Nuevo Latino), Press (Artisan Pizza), Sage American Grill & Oyster Bar (Contemporary American), Soul de Cuba Café (Cuban), Thali (Regional Indian), The Cask Republic (American Tavern), The Kitchen Table (Sustainable American), Tre Scalini Ristorante (Regional Italian), Union League Café (Parisian Brasserie), Zafra Cuban Restaurant & Rum Bar (Cuban), Zaroka Bar & Restaurant (Fine Indian) and Zinc (Modern American).
For more details on New Haven Restaurant Week, visit, and follow the conversation using the Twitter hashtag: #NHRW.
Editor's note: All information in this post was contributed.

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