Heirloom Study Hotel
I’m a huge fan of Heirloom, especially after our wildly fun e-list Girls Night Out last year. And now it’s even better: a new chef and an entirely locavore menu. Carey Savona (ex of Nobu, NY) has raised the bar with his locally sourced, revamped versions of traditional American foods. Start with a pile of charred Gypsy peppers, roasted and salted and as addictive as potato chips but oh, so much healthier. Next, a chunky sugar pea puree to spread on husks of grilled fresh bread. Lunch was Carey’s genius rendition of a tuna melt: smoked New England trout piled on artisanal bread, smothered with cheddar and radish slivers, served with a side of homemade pickles (newly legal in CT) and devilishly good fries. Omnivore and vegetarian friendly, the new menu is a must try. Makes you wonder why every restaurant on the Shoreline has yet to embrace this trend. Girls night out anyone??
Tags: Locally sourced, Bar, Traditional American, Vegetarian Friendly, Carey Savona
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1157 Chapel St.
New Haven, Connecticut 06511
From Heirloom at the Study
Heirloom is located inside the Study at Yale on Chapel Street at the heart of Yale University Campus. Heirloom utilizes heritage growers and neighboring artisan suppliers of Connecticut and New England for Chef Carey Savona’s Coastal Farm cooking.