Yes, you read that right. AND IT'S GREAT!! Ask for "Tom's Roll", it's amazing. They'll make specially make any rolls you can dream up if you ask, and the hibachi is good but I prefer the traditional dining.
Quiet, but not too quiet. Subtle ambiance, plently of parking and seating. Reasonable prices for high quality food.
Roseland is a great place for your New Haven pizza fix. I put it up there with Pepe's & Modern! It's often packed, and the seafood pies are to die for. Limited seating, but friendlly and prompt service. Parking is a little dicey at busy times, you may have to park 'round the corner.
I've been going there occasionally for fifteen years, and the quality is always VERY high!
I haven't been here in a little while, but the food is good and inexpensive. The lunch buffet is well worth stopping for, and the menu items are excellent with a mango juice. Spicy or not, duck or shrimp, it's ALL good!
Being within walking distance of a Dunkin's and a Starbucks and survive, but Brueggers does it!
The coffee is good and the bagels are GREAT. They have something like 20 flavors of creme cheese and at least a dozen kinds of bagels on hand at all times. Cold drinks are a little pricey, and be sure you say salmon (or lox) spread if you mean spread!
Great place for breakfast or to grab bagels for the office.
Frankies is a throwback to the pre-McDonalds days of fast food.
Hot dogs, burgers and all manner of Americana, made with care. They serve breakfast too. Good parking, nice prices, decent location, tasty food and it's been around for over 30 years. What more do you want? Ambiance is low, but then it's not that kind of place.
The place has gone downhill a LOT with the new owners.
Almost everything is deep fried. The service is poor. The place is certainly not as clean as I remember it.
I was hoping with the reworking of the theme of the restaurant that it would improve its service. No such luck. The waitstaff are still untimely, rude and/or uncaring about everything.
The food is still mostly the same, though the menu is trying to be a bit more upscale to differentiate it from Fridays & 99. There's usually a crowd, but as more places open on Bridgeport Avenue, they're thinning out.
This is my favorite sushi house in CT, and I've been coming here for years. The lunch specials are great, the quality of the sushi is unsurpassed. Even such oddities as Sea Urchin are better done here than most other places I've been to.
There is a reasonable amount of parking out back, and the atmosphere is tranquil. I LOVE this place!!
This is more of a bar with food than a restaurant which serves drinks. It's a typical bar food menu, though the food itself is generally fresh and decently prepared. Service is sometimes spotty, usually when it's VERY busy or VERY dead.
The place has good wings, salads and burgers, but it is *not* an upscale place like Citrus or Joe's American.
There are five of them in Connecticut: New Haven, Fairfield, Milford, Wallingford & Derby, and they're all the same. Both Fairfield and Milford are walkable from the train stations.
This place started out great like six years ago or whatever, but it went downhill fast. I go there once a year just to see if it has gotten any better, but so far the answer is no.
The staff has no morale. The food is at best called school cafeteria worthy. I have no idea how they stay in business.