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If you are visiting New Haven you might already know that New Haven elevates pizza to the next level. Sally's is a cornerstone in New Haven's pizza lore. Every pie is hand made and baked in their famous coal fired ovens. The pizza is thin crusted, large, and slightly charred. If you are in the…
Try Sallys. Try Pepe's. Cast your vote - which one makes the best pizza in the world? New Haven boasts the two best pizzerias. Fans still disagree about which pizza should win the prize.
“Cozy small venue with incredible service. A parking garage sits just across the street but it is also just a short 10-minute walk from your suite! Check out the current lineup and you might see your favorite band. Every type of music is represented from the Red Hot Chili Peppers to Run DMC to Backstreet Boys. Acoustics are incredible and at only 2000 max-capacity, every seat is a good seat. Hyatus recommends the floor over the balcony, the sound is superb and you can get up close to your favorite stars. ”
“A bit further up from downtown but well worth the drive! Along with Sally's and Pepe, Modern is one of the top 3 Apizza spots that have made New Haven renowned for its pizza. Enjoy delicious brick-oven, thin-crust pizzas in a simple but clean spot. The Hyatus favorite is their specialty Italian Bomb Pizza. But if you are feeling for something a bit less complex, go with the good old Plain Mozzarella. Clam and fresh tomato is also delicious. ”
“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.”
“Great park surrounding East Rock Mountain. Guided trails and cliff steps for hiking. Can also drive up back side to observation platform and monument. Great view of the city!”
“No list of New Haven food spots is complete without the venerable Louis’ Lunch, the self-proclaimed home of America’s first hamburger. The burger is served on toast and it is what it is - that is to say - it's the ultimate classic burger. To some it is a piece of history. To others, a patty made out of heaven sandwiched between two pieces of pure delight. Still to many it is a classic old burger on toast. Whatever it may be to you, you will never know unless you check it out for your self! ”