Changes for the Greater New Haven Area

Change is in the air! As leaves fall, and autumn turns to winter, Thanksgiving ends and the winter holidays begin, so too does the town of New Haven.

New Haven’s Educated Burgher on 51 Broadway has been replaced by Salsa Fresca Mexican Grill. If you’re looking for a quick serve, fast casual Mexican food place, you should check it out. They have additional choices for vegetarians, and for those who need gluten and dairy free options.

New Haven’s Palace Theater was revamped, and had a grand re-opening this year as the College Street Music Hall. Located in the heart of downtown New Haven’s arts and entertainment district, CSMH joins the scene as the hub for live music performance in New Haven and all of Southern New England. CSMH’s mission is to attract major live touring artists.

This month, a new place has opened in New Haven to fulfill your sweet tooth’s desires, Tony’s Square Donuts. Located on 24 Whitney Avenue, Tony’s Square Donuts only sells…you guessed it…square donuts!

As for upcoming changes, if you’re interested in getting some new furniture for the New Year, Jordan’s Furniture grand opening will be December 11th at 5 PM. located on Long Wharf, New Haven at the junctions of I95 and I91. When you’re finished shopping, visit IT Adventure, the world’s largest indoor adventure ropes course located inside Jordan’s Furniture! IT Adventure Indoor Ropes Course will include: two 60’ high ropes courses with over 100 activities, a water show with over 1000 water nozzles choreographed to state of the art lights, sounds and music, four 200’ long zip lines, a double cat walk – over 200’ long, and much more! Bet you never knew shopping for furniture could end up being so much fun!