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Also a decent pizza place (known for mashed potato pie), BAR is a brewery with good beer that has a dance floor in back where younger crown goes on weekends.
Best Pizza, brewery on site, different rooms for dining with family earlier, drinks, pool table, dancing later, and giant floor to ceiling glass door that open to the street when the weather is nice. Super fun and easy place!
Music, dancing, brewery, pool. Top 3 pizza's in New Haven, must try the bacon, potato pizza
All things considered, this might be your favorite place to dance, eat, and drink in New Haven. The vibe is lit, the pizza is scrumptious, the beer selection is fantastic, and the prices are great. Looking to recreated that college night out magic for the reunion or just looking to dance the night…
“Long considered the one of the top 5 if not number 1 pizzeria's in the country, Frank Pepe's Pizzeria is a must visit. Unsurprisingly, Hyatus recommends the White Clam Pizza. Invented at Franke Pepe's (they also invented their coal-fired pizza ovens which are still in use today), the white clam pizza is made with fresh clams, garlic, cheese, olive oil, and is just absolutely delicious.”
“The ambience is perfect for a couples night out as I would recommend trying the patatas bravas, spinach-chickpea cazuela with one of their many tasty wine collections.”
“This is a great little coffee shop, with free wifi, just around the corner from the main Yale libraries.”
“The incredible collections at the Yale University Gallery are a must see for anyone visiting New Haven. The range of styles and eras represented will satisfy the most diverse groups. Works include paintings and scultptures from Joan Miró, Piet Mondrian, Pablo Picasso and Mark Rothko. As a small bonus, admission is free!”
“The Peabody Museum of Natural History at Yale University is among the oldest, largest, and most prolific university natural history museums in the world. Exhibits & dioramas on evolution, natural environments & human origins, with a regional focus. The Peabody museum is a great way to spend some time, ss you can explore the whole museum in about 2 hours. ”