Wooster Street, known as New Haven's Little Italy, doesn't really have much to see outside of a few weeks in Spring, when the flowering trees look lovely. It has 3 good pizzerias, a few other restaurants which I haven't tried, and a mediocre pastry shop which I've only gone to once (a big disappointment). The neighborhood is no more charming... 更多
If you want to experience Italy in new haven...this is a must-visit place. The arch that opens up to the neighborhood is lit up in the italian flag colors during some time of the year. There are several italian restaurants, pizza places and at least one pastry shop (that I know of). Worth a visit.
Love the food, love the neighborhood, walking around the park and back roads. Very nice, very safe but parking is a drag.
Went to this section of New Haven to eat at Frank Pepe's Pizza - a local landmark. We were told to be prepared to wait an hour for a table. Got there at 4:30 on a weekday. No wait. Sat right down with a friendly waitress who seemed to have been at Pepe's since it opened in 1925! Delicious pizza.... 更多
Home to some of the best Italian food in New Haven! Make sure to try the apizza from different places, it is so delicious. A good visit while in New Haven
We went to New Haven for an overnight excursion with family to try out the pizza in the famous well known restaurants in the Italian. Very nice!
Went to The Spot - Pepe's - area around includes 2 Pepe's - one is original - still not sure which is which. A few restaurants and some dessert spots. This is not the size of NYC or San Francisco but if you want Italian food here is the place along with the Orange Street Deli's that have hot case... 更多
For lovers of Italian food in the New Haven area-this is the place to visit-Wonderful pizza and typical Italian food and desserts-It is a must visit and a great walking area-Not far from museums and New Haven center