Walk Into Another Decade At This ’30s Themed Restaurant In Connecticut

New Haven has been called the cultural capital of Connecticut for its wealth of theatres, museums, and galleries. This downtown area also has a diverse and delicious plethora of eateries. There is one New Haven restaurant that has a long history in the community and even briefly closed its doors in 2015. But public outcry led to its reopening less than a year later and Nutmeggers couldn’t be happier.

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Have you ever dined at this historic spot? Do you have another New Haven restaurant that you love and want to share? If you are looking for a light-hearted spot with wonderful sandwiches, head straight to this pickle-themed eatery.