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New Haven, or “The Elm City”, is the second-biggest city in Connecticut. Yale University is located in New Haven, and George W. Bush was born here. The steam boat, cotton gin, corkscrew, lollipops, hamburgers and Frisbees were all invented in the self-proclaimed “Cultural Capital of Connecticut”.

Daven:

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Eat:

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  • Yale Kosher Kitchen at Slifka Center: 80 Wall St, New Haven, CT 06511.
    Phone: 203-432-1134. Under Vaad HaKashrus of Fairfield County. Only the main kitchen and dining room, located in the lower level are certified. Nothing served elsewhere in building is certified by VKFC.
  • Westville Kosher Market: Market, deli and catering. 95 Amity Road, New Haven. Phone:203-389-1723. Under VKFC. http://www.westvillekosher.com/.
  • Claire’s Corner Copia: vegetarian restaurant. 1000 Chapel Street,
    New Haven, CT 06510. Phone: 203-562-3888. Under VKFC. http://www.clairescornercopia.com/
  • Edge of the Woods: Only food inside arches, including bakery, salad bar and sandwiches are certified by VKFC. 379 Whalley Avenue. Phone:
    203-787-1055. http://www.eotwm.com/

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