Willoughby’s on York Street just got a facelift. Over the past few days, the coffee shop made a number of changes to its interior décor. One wall is now painted lime green, while another is now made of brick. There’s new wooden (and cushioned!) chairs, and swanky bar along the far wall with raised bar »
Inc. Magazine is getting its salad on. The Little Salad Shop, founded by Etkin Tekin ’12 and Jerry Choinski ’12, is one of 18 businesses to earn recognition as one of Inc.’s Coolest College Start-ups of 2012. Inc.’s profile of the Little Salad Shop — or “LSS,” as it is called in a video accompanying »
Has a food cart won Battle Arepa? ¡Ay! Salsa, a beloved Latin restaurant at 25 High St., appears to have closed its doors. The restaurant’s space was emptied of all equipment, furniture and decoration as of Sunday afternoon, and a phone call to ¡Ay! Salsa’s number went unanswered. A construction worker inside ¡Ay! Salsa’s former »
Now that Froyo World has brought about the downfall of Liberry, a new restaurant called “High Street Burger” seems to be gearing up to take over the space.
A rare instance of good news on the newspapers-are-dying front: The parent company of the New Haven Register, the Journal Register Co., has emerged from Chapter 11 bankruptcy protection. The Journal Register Co. — a conglomerate of small daily newspapers, of which the Register is the largest, and scores of weekly newspapers — filed for »