At Farnam Realty Group, we know the uncertainty of COVID-19 affects businesses of all shapes and sizes; however, there’s no denying local restaurants are at the top of that list. New Haven’s restaurant scene makes the city special, and we want to lend a hand. For every one-year lease signed in May, we are pleased to extend a $100 gift certificate to a participating local New Haven restaurant or business of your choice. It’s just one way we’re looking to #SupportLocal! Read on to learn more about the participating businesses.
Modern Apizza has been a New Haven staple since 1932. Despite evolving with the times, the tradition of serving their community has remained constant; today the Pustari family give back by organizing food donations for the homeless and sending pizza to soldiers overseas. Right now, they’ve cut back to only serving their famous pizza– call for take-out today!
Pepe’s is practically synonymous with New Haven; they’ve been around since 1925 and continue to serve their original thin-crust pizza to this day. While closed to the public, they’re happy to take your order for take-out or delivery!
In the great New Haven tradition of transforming foreign cuisines into local staples, Tikkaway Grill has been making its light, Indian-inspired fare an irreplaceable part of the gastronomic landscape since 2013.
September in Bangkok*
September in Bangkok is well-known in New Haven for their delicious take on Thai staples. In the wake of COVID-19, SIB has been working hard to support medical workers by partnering with Frontline Foods and donating meals to Yale New Haven Health.
Yes, they’re open! Since opening their doors, the Wine Thief has looked to demystify the wine buying experience, promoting their cozy atmosphere and valuing people over prestige. Stop in or place a curbside pick-up order by 3 pm!
Mammoun’s Falafel is widely known for its authentic Middle Eastern bites and dedication to the New Haven community; since 1977 they’ve been open 365 days a year. While their hours have adjusted in the interest of public health, you can still call in to order their famous falafel today!
You know them for their quaint atmosphere, commitment to local and sustainably sourced ingredients, and most recently, their effort to provide delicious meals to essential healthcare workers at Yale New Haven Health. While their kitchen may be closed, the adjoining bagelry is open for business; try their curbside brunch, or maybe a take-out family meal.
House of Naan are among the local businesses working with Frontline Foods to supply Yale New Haven Health workers with their delicious Indian delicacies. Call or order online today for your own taste of their savory Indian classics.
An independent New Haven institution since 1975, Atticus Bookstore promises to nourish both body and mind; choose from their famed soups and breads, or maybe pick up a scone or two. Like many others on this list, Atticus has joined Frontline Foods in donating breakfast meals for Yale New Haven Health Workers.
East Rock Coffee (limited hours and delivery to East Rock)
For all your breakfast and lunch needs! This local business is committed to not only serving the immediate community it’s named after, but anyone with a hankering for fresh-made pastry and perfectly crafted coffee. Starting 5/1/2020, they’re open for coffee and pastries and will expand their hours and menu shortly.