New Haven, CT

One of Connecticut’s hippest cities, New Haven offers an unrivaled collection of restaurants, bars, retailers, and museums, as well as some of the state’s most prominent fixtures. Yale-New Haven Hospital, Connecticut’s foremost Magnet hospital, draws innovative physicians, technicians, and scientists from around the world to its cutting-edge research campus. Yale University, the prestigious Ivy League college that’s alma mater to renowned alumni like Meryl Streep, Anderson Cooper, and Paul Newman, is also an epicenter of intellect and forward thinking in New Haven. The city is alive with culture and commerce, providing a home to students, executives, and national corporations. With such enticing highlights, the city has drawn many new residents over the past decade, creating a vibrant community of academics, entrepreneurs, artists, and more. New Haven, a city with a history of innovation and progress.

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New Haven, CT

New Haven isn’t only known for it’s top notch hospital and Ivy League university. It’s also a nationally renowned culinary destination. New Haven stakes a claim to the first hamburger served at Louis’ Lunch in 1900, now a beloved American staple that’s remains unchanged in the most part since opening day. The city also gained popularity in the early 1900’s for its wealth of authentic pizzerias like Frank Pepe, Sally’s, and Modern, many of which still operate with the same recipes and ovens seasoned over the years with literally millions of pies. Just remember, it’s “apizza” for those in the know.

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