HowExpert Guide to New Haven...
HowExpert, Rick Pecka
If you want to learn about, and discover the best places to eat, play, and stay in New Haven, Connecticut, then check out HowExpert Guide to New Haven, Connecticut.
Welcome to New Haven, Connecticut, the unofficial “Cultural Capital” of the nutmeg state. Located in Southern Connecticut along Long Island Sound, New Haven is one of the nation’s oldest and most historic cities and one with a rich, diverse background for those keen on visiting. It is the home of Yale University, the birthplace of the hamburger (no, really), the site of several of the country’s top-ranked pizzerias, and a city with much to offer in the way of food, art, history, entertainment, culture, and truly unique sights and landmarks.
This book of more than 101 tips and facts about New Haven is your unofficial guide to the Elm City, one of the Northeast’s most fascinating cities. Within these pages, you will find valuable information on the city’s roots, where to eat, what to see, and “insider tips” to help make your trip even more enjoyable. Get ready to learn the difference between a burned pizza crust and “char.” Be prepared to learn the “local lingo” when ordering a hamburger from the place where it was born. Get familiar with the Ninth Square District, the Yale Campus, and the numerous theaters, restaurants, music venues, museums, and attractions nestled in New England’s hidden gem.
Check out HowExpert Guide to New Haven, Connecticut if you want to learn about, and discover the best places to eat, play, and stay in New Haven, Connecticut!
About the Author
Rick Pecka is an educator, writer, and former marketer who has called Connecticut his home for nearly 40 years. Born and raised in Waterbury, CT, he has spent the last 15 years living along the Connecticut shoreline, not far from the city of New Haven.
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