Business/Labor/ Economic Development

Caseus Morphs Into Olmo

by Thomas Breen | Sep 14, 2018 7:49 am | Comments (5)

Thomas Breen photoTamales made with fermented pork sausage and farina. Coal-roasted vegetables served with housemade ricotta. A 32-ounce dry-aged ribeye steak.

Oh yeah, and one-dollar bagels, baked in house every morning and available seven days a week.

Those are a few selections from the eclectic menu of Olmo, the new restaurant, catering service, and take-out spot that will replace the recently closed Caseus Fromagerie & Bistro at the corner of Trumbull Street and Whitney avenue downtown.

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College/Crown Choice: Music Or Theater

by Thomas Breen | Sep 6, 2018 8:03 am | Comments (17)

Thomas Breen photoSometime next year, downtown New Haven will have a new small concert venue that will bring over 2,500 music fans weekly to the entertainment and restaurant district. The space will be run by the same people who manage one of the top-ranked performance venues in the country, located right across the street.

Or, sometime next year, downtown New Haven will have a new 200-seat theater, a new 90-seat cabaret, and a rehearsal studio for professionals and students alike to practice their artistic trade. And that tripartite venue will be managed by two successful, historic local theaters in collaboration with a small Catholic college that is building out its theater program.

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