We’re back at New Haven Connecticut, visiting our favorite eats and enjoying the cool art scene. Calling all java junkies and foodies, Donut Planet is a starting point, with their small-batch roasting of coffee giants: Mexican, Tanzanian, and Colombian coffee beans. Enjoy a hot or chilled cup of creamy, smooth, robust goodness, while feasting your eyes on the endless vegan/gluten-free donut options. A fan favorite, the PB&J donut.
Burger bros and babes will appreciate the savory bites at Louis’ Lunch, classic burger patties made fresh daily with clean ingredients. You’re going to need a full stomach to navigate your way through the art gallery at Yale University, filled with a worldview of artifacts that’ll stimulate your senses and captivate your imagination. With twelve unique departments to encounter, we’ve highlighted our top five exhibits. Open daily (except Sunday) with a free membership, so you’ll stay up-to-date on future exhibits, programs and get discounted parking.
The journey continues at Christ Church New Haven, the city’s first Episcopal parish turned Anglo-Catholic with a progressive stance on LGBTQ+ acceptance. Here you’ll find 14th century styled architectural design, elaborate stone carvings, and magnificent stain glass windows.
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