There’s no doubt Greater New Haven is an international dining destination – the names of its restaurants say it all. Names such as House of Naan Indian Kitchen and Bar, Barcelona, Yooki Yama, Ibiza Tapas and Wine Bar, Bar Bouchée and Istanbul Café promise a multicultural feast and they deliver deliciously. Not too long ago the core ethnic dining experience in Greater New Haven was based upon our strong Italian-American heritage, from the famed coal-fired apizza from Pepe’s and Sally’s to the elegant dining of Tre Scalini. While we haven’t forsaken our culinary roots we’ve certainly expanded our horizons. Our region – a mere 369 square miles – offers cuisine from Ethiopia, Asia, France, Greece, Mexico, Japan and Cuba, and the list goes on and on. While we enthusiastically embrace global fare, we still cherish our local pro- duce. Restaurants throughout the region incorporate fruits, vegetables, honey and cheese from neighboring farms into their seasonal menus. While the recipes are perpetually evolving, the results are consistently delectable at G-ZEN, Claire’s Our region – a mere 369 square miles – offers cuisine from Ethiopia, Asia, France, Greece, Mexico, Japan and Cuba, and the list goes on and on. CALL 1-800-332-STAY 19 dining Claire's Corner Copia Stephen Ciuccoli Corner Copia, Zinc, Miya’s Sushi and Heirloom at The Study. And since no mouthwatering meal would be complete without a glass of vino, indulge in the fruits of the local vineyards’ labor with wine from Gouveia, Paradise Hills, Savino or Bishop’s Orchards. Sugar Bakery, East Haven